News Category: Enterprise

What is DevSecOps? Developing More Secure Applications

The simple premise of DevSecOps is that everyone in the software development life cycle is responsible for security, in essence bringing operations and development together with security functions. DevSecOps aims to embed security in every part of the development process. It is about trying to...
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City of Barcelona Kicks Out Microsoft in Favor of Linux and Open Source

Barcelona city administration has prepared the roadmap to migrate its existing system from Microsoft and proprietary software to Linux and Open Source software. A Spanish newspaper, El País, has reported that the City of Barcelona is in the process of migrating its computer system to Open Source...
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Container Structure Tests: Unit Tests for Docker Images

Usage of containers in software applications is on the rise, and with their increasing usage in production comes a need for robust testing and validation. Containers provide great testing environments, but actually validating the structure of the containers themselves can be tricky. The Docker...
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Exploring Node.js with Mark Hinkle, the Executive Director of the Node.js Foundation

Even though JavaScript has been around for more than 20 years, it’s becoming the first class citizen for developing enterprise applications. There is a huge developer community behind this technology. What makes things even more interesting is that, with Node.js, JavaScript can run on server, so...
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As Go 2.0 Nears, AWS Launches Developer Preview of Go SDK 2.0

There's now a developer preview of an updated SDK for the Go programming language available on the Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS) cloud. Sometimes called Golang, Go is a Google-backed, open source programming language optimized for large-scale apps, such as performant Web apps that can run at...
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What is the Future of Wi-Fi?

While speed and stability have improved significantly in Wi-Fi networks over the last decade, there are new innovations that will become available in 2018 and into 2019 that will make Wi-Fi faster and more available than ever before. The Wi-Fi Alliance, which is a multi-stakeholder industry...
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4 Days Left to Submit Your Proposal for Open Networking Summit NA 2018

Share your expertise and help shape the future of SDN, NFV, orchestration and the automation of cloud, network, & IoT services at Open Networking Summit North America, March 26 -29, 2018 in Los Angeles. With more than 2000 attendees expected at this year’s event, submit before Sunday, January...
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Spectre and Meltdown Attacks Against Microprocessors

The security of pretty much every computer on the planet has just gotten a lot worse, and the only real solution -- which of course is not a solution -- is to throw them all away and buy new ones. On Wednesday, researchers just announced a series of major security vulnerabilities in the...
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Four Tips for a More Secure Website

Security is a hot topic in web development with great reason. Every few months a major website is cracked and millions of user records are leaked. Many times the cause of a breach is from a simple vulnerability that has been overlooked. Here are a few tips to give you a quick overview of standard...
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Prometheus vs. Heapster vs. Kubernetes Metrics APIs

In this blog post, I will try to explain the relation between Prometheus, Heapster, as well as the Kubernetes metrics APIs and conclude with the recommended way how to autoscale workloads on Kubernetes. This post assumes you have a basic understanding of Kubernetes and monitoring. Heapster Heapster...
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