News Category: Enterprise

Why You Should Care About Diversity and Inclusion

Aubrey Blanche, Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Atlassian, joins us in this latest edition of The New Stack Makers podcast to talk about the difference between diversity and inclusion and why anyone should care. “Diversity is being invited to the party,” she said. “Inclusion is being glad...
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CNCF to Host the Rook Project to Further Cloud-Native Storage Capabilities

Today, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept Rook as the 15th hosted project alongside Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd, Linkerd, gRPC, CoreDNS, containerd, rkt, CNI, Envoy, Jaeger, Notary and TUF. Rook has been accepted as an...
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7 Ways to Automate Kubernetes at Scale in Production

The Kubernetes open source container orchestration engine is not a management platform, nor should it be mistaken for one. The whole point of orchestration is to reliably enable an automated system to facilitate the deployment and management of applications at scale, without the need for human...
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A Step-by-Step Guide to Git

If you've never used Git, you may be nervous about it. There's nothing to worry about—just follow along with this step-by-step getting-started guide, and you will soon have a new Git repository hosted on GitHub. Before we dive in, let's clear up a common misconception: Git isn't the same thing as...
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The Effects of the Spectre and Meltdown Vulnerabilities

Spectre and Meltdown aren't anomalies. They represent a new area to look for vulnerabilities and a new avenue of attack. They're the future of security­ -- and it doesn't look good for the defenders. Modern computers do lots of things at the same time. Your computer and your phone simultaneously...
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Employers Want JavaScript, but Developers Want Python

When it comes to which programming languages are in demand by employers, JavaScript, Java, Python, C++, and C—in that order—came out on top in a recent developer survey. Developers, however, want to learn languages like Python, Go, and Kotlin. A survey of developers by technical recruiter...
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Introducing RLlib: A Composable and Scalable Reinforcement Learning Library

In a previous post, I outlined emerging applications of reinforcement learning (RL) in industry. I began by listing a few challenges facing anyone wanting to apply RL, including the need for large amounts of data, and the difficulty of reproducing research results and deriving the error estimates...
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How We Built an Intrusion Detection System on AWS using Open Source Tools

It’s roughly a year now that we built an intrusion detection system on AWS cloud infrastructure that provides security intelligence across some selected instances using open source technologies. As more instances were spun, real-time security monitoring became necessary. We wanted the capability to...
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DevOps and Security: How to Overcome Cultural Challenges and Transform to True DevSecOps

Similar to the proliferation of mobile devices in the enterprise several years ago where organizations were feeling the pressure to have a mobile strategy but didn’t know where to start, we’re seeing the same situation with development methodologies. To accelerate development velocity, teams are...
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8 Unusual IT Interview Questions and Approaches: CIOs Share

We asked IT and business leaders to share their tips for bringing out these and other key  qualities during interviews. Read on for their unique and interesting interview questions and strategies – and what the responses help them discern about candidates. And if you’re a job seeker: Learn and get...
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