News Category: Enterprise

Connect Everything: A Look at How NATS.io can Lead to a Securely Connected World

Developing and deploying applications that communicate in distributed systems, especially in cloud computing, is complex. Messaging has evolved to address the general needs of distributed applications but hasn’t gone far enough. We need a messaging system that takes the next steps to address cloud...
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New Intel CPU Flaw Exploits Hyper-Threading to Steal Encrypted Data

A team of security researchers has discovered another serious side-channel vulnerability in Intel CPUs that could allow an attacker to sniff out sensitive protected data, like passwords and cryptographic keys, from other processes running in the same CPU core with simultaneous multi-threading...
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Special Report: Kubernetes Orchestrates a Mass Movement to the Cloud

Kubernetes (pronounced koo-ber-NET-eez, from the Greek word for “helmsman” or “pilot”) is the most rapidly adopted open-source project in history since its release in mid-2014. According to 451 Research, it has already moved into more than 70 percent of organizations using the wildly popular...
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Hyperledger
Collaborate, connect, and advance your blockchain skills at Hyperledger Global Forum next month.

New Keynote Speakers Announced for Hyperledger Global Forum

With over 75 sessions, keynotes, hands-on technical workshops, social activities, evening events, and more, Hyperledger Global Forum gives you a unique opportunity to collaborate with the Hyperledger community, make new connections, learn about the latest production deployments, and further advance...
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An Introduction to Ansible Operators in Kubernetes

For years, Ansible has been a go-to choice for infrastructure automation. As Kubernetes adoption has skyrocketed, Ansible has continued to shine in the emerging container orchestration ecosystem. Ansible fits naturally into a Kubernetes workflow, using YAML to describe the desired state of the...
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Serverless Roadmap: Hosted and Installable Platforms

The survey conducted for our “Guide to Serverless Technologies” asked a series of questions about the vendors and technologies that we will be using in the next 18 months to drive our coverage at The New Stack. The first half of the roadmap dealt with the platforms and frameworks on which...
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Ubuntu Fan Aims to Simplify Container Networking

Most people will think of Ubuntu as primarily a Linux server and cloud technology effort. Ubuntu also has some networking capabilities that it develops on its own including the Fan container networking project. There are multiple open source SDN efforts in the market today that more well known than...
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39 No Frills Keyboard Shortcuts Every Developer Should Follow

What used to be 27 is now 39 - Due to all the great comments, I've amended the list to add a few more suggestions, thanks to all that contributed. Shortcuts are the most productive thing that a developer can add to their repertoire that will aid them through their entire career. Learning how to use...
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DigitalOcean has released the results of its “Currents” survey of cloud developers.

55 Percent of Cloud Developers Contribute to Open Source, Says Survey

In presenting the results of its survey of 4,300 cloud developers, DigitalOcean seemed surprised that only 55 percent of respondents contribute to open source projects. Yet to tech outsiders -- or old-timers -- it may be more surprising that more than half of developers do contribute. There are...
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 Launches with Improved Security

A day after announcing a $34 billion deal with IBM, it's business as usual at Linux vendor Red Hat. Red Hat announced the general availability of its flagship Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7.6 release on Oct. 30, providing organizations with improved security, management and container features. ...
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