News Category: Enterprise

Finding Equilibrium in Post-Kubernetes Open-Source Computing

As Kubernetes is leveraged as the foundation for an increasing number of critical enterprise technologies and enables the new industry standard of hybrid cloud, open-source participants are reckoning with both the challenge and opportunity of working within a new collaborative digital economy. “The...
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Bash's Built-in printf Function

Even if you're already familiar with the printf command, if you got your information via "man printf" you may be missing a couple of useful features that are provided by bash's built-in version of the standard printf(1) command. If you didn't know bash had its own version of printf, then you didn't...
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7 Reliability Questions Engineering Managers Need to Ask Their Teams

Modern software teams face no shortage of edge cases and variations across the service categories and tiers of their ever-evolving architectures. In the midst of leading a team through the day-to-day firefighting, it can be difficult to see the forest for the trees. But as managers, we know our...
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Deep Learning 101 — Role of Deep Learning in Artificial Intelligence

It is important to understand some basic concepts of AI, ML and Deep Learning to get a better sense of What they do and How they can be useful. Artificial intelligence (AI) is an area of computer science that emphasizes the creation of intelligent machines that work and react like human. Machine...
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CoreDNS Joins the Ranks of CNCF Graduates

Created just three years ago and admitted to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as an incubating project a year later, DNS server CoreDNS has come a long way. Last month, CoreDNS was named the default DNS for Kubernetes and now the CNCF has announced that the project will join the ranks...
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DHS Issues Security Alert About Recent DNS Hijacking Attacks

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has published today an "emergency directive" that contains guidance in regards to a recent report detailing a wave of DNS hijacking incidents perpetrated out of Iran. The emergency directive [1, 2] orders government agencies to audit DNS records for...
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4 Open-Source Network Management Tools Improve Usability, Performance

Network management tools have come a long way from the early command-line products with arcane, text-based configuration files that kept everyone except the resident (typically Linux) guru in the dark. Today’s management tools, replete with desktop or web-based GUIs, easy installs and configuration...
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DevOps Demands NetOps

Building applications that run on your own servers and networks used to mean some very firm demarcations between what was considered a developer task and what was left up to the network team. The move to cloud platforms and cloud abstractions (even on your own hardware) has changed where those...
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Why I Love containerd…and Docker!

I talk a lot about containerd. I write blog posts about it, speak at conferences about it, give introductory presentations internally at IBM about it and tweet (maybe too much) about it. Due to my role at IBM, I’ve helped IBM’s public cloud Kubernetes service, IKS, start a migration to use...
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Kubernetes: Tools for Operability

In this presentation, Bridget Kromhout discusses what containers and Kubernetes clusters are at a high level, looks into the practical application of open source tools to simplify cluster management, and shows how to deploy Kubernetes clusters in a repeatable and portable fashion. "You're probably...
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