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Kubernetes Recipes: Maintenance and Troubleshooting

This is a full chapter from "Kubernetes Cookbook"—read the full book on O'Reilly's learning platform. In this chapter, you will find recipes that deal with both app-level and cluster-level maintenance. We cover various aspects of troubleshooting, from debugging pods and containers, to testing...
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Flatcar Linux: The CoreOS Operating System Lives on Beyond Red Hat

During the last KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Copenhagen, attendees were re-introduced to Kinvolk, a Berlin-based group of open source contributors, including Chris Kühl, who were early contributors to the rkt container runtime devised at CoreOS and since donated to the CNCF. Now, Kühl and his...
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Hyperledger
A recent webinar from The Linux Foundation now available online focuses particularly on making Hyperledger projects more approachable.

How to Get Involved with Hyperledger Projects

Few technology trends have as much momentum as blockchain — which is now impacting industries from banking to healthcare. The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Project is helping drive this momentum as well as providing leadership around this complex technology, and many people are interested in...
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LC3
Check out the new keynotes and co-located events added to the LC3 2018 event schedule.

New Keynotes & Executive Leadership Track Announced for LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China

We’re pleased to announce numerous hosted workshops at LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China (LC3). taking place in Beijing, June 25 – 27, which provide attendees with the opportunity to learn and experience even more. Hosted Events at LC3: OpenChain Workshop – June 25, 8:00 – 12:00 ARM...
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Reports Of The Impending Demise Of Operations Are Greatly Exaggerated

Our industry has spent the past 7-8 years proclaiming the need for better integration of Dev and Ops to improve flow and quality. Despite this work — or perhaps because of it — there is a new rift forming between Dev and Ops. Once upon a time, Developers had to be convinced that they should even...
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Software-Defined Storage or Hyperconverged Infrastructure?

It’s easy to get software-defined storage (SDS) confused with hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI). Both solutions “software-define” the infrastructure and abstract storage from the underlying hardware. They both run on commodity servers and pair well with virtualization. Reporters, analysts,...
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How to Use the Linux watch Command for Easier Output Tracking

Jack Wallen introduces you to a Linux command that can automatically execute a program repeatedly, so you can easily monitor the output for troubleshooting. The watch command comes installed, by default, on nearly all Linux distributions and is a very useful tool to have at the ready. I want to...
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How to Get Your KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Talk Accepted

Earlier this month, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon held its largest-ever event in Copenhagen, with 4,300 attendees. This week, we opened the call for proposals (CFP) for both Shanghai (Nov. 14-15) and Seattle (Dec. 11-13).  So, how do we choose the talks and what can you do to increase your chances of...
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Re-Creating the First Flip-Flop

The flip-flop is a crucial building block of digital circuits: It acts as an electronic toggle switch that can be set to stay on or off even after an initial electrical control signal has ceased. This allows circuits to remember and synchronize their states, and thus allows them to perform ...
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11 Best Programming Fonts

There are many posts and sites comparing fonts for programming and they are all amazing articles. So why I repeated the same subject here? Since I always found myself lost in dozens of fonts and could not finger out which one was best for me. So today I tried many fonts and picked up the following...
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