News Category: Enterprise

AT&T Puts Smart City IoT 'Edge' Computing On Direct Dial

Technology platforms in the post-millennial era are heavily characterized by their use of automation and optimization techniques. As we increasingly analyze our software in order to quantify and qualify what applications and data workloads work well in situation A, we can start to automate an...
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A Look Into the Kubernetes Master Components

This blog post looks at the most important control plane components of a single Kubernetes master node — etcd, the API server, the scheduler and the controller manager — and explains how they work together. Although other components, such as DNS and the dashboard, come into play in a production...
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10 Breakthrough Technologies for 2018

Dueling neural networks. Artificial embryos. AI in the cloud. Welcome to our annual list of the ten technology advances we think will shape the way we work and live now and for years to come. Every year since 2001 we’ve picked what we call the 10 Breakthrough Technologies. People often ask, what...
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Choosing a Tool to Track and Mitigate Open Source Security Vulnerabilities

To successfully deal with open source security, you need your developers (and DevOps teams) to operate the solution. Given the fast pace of modern development, boosted in part by the use of open source itself, an outnumbered security team will never be able to keep you secure. Therefore, the SCA...
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AT&T Sharpens Edge With New Open Source Effort, Test Lab Launch

AT&T is continuing its aggressive edge computing push, today announcing that its first test zone for edge applications is up and running at its AT&T Foundry in Palo Alto, Calif., and that it is creating a new open source project focused on automated, distributed cloud infrastructure for...
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Understanding SELinux Labels for Container Runtimes

"I've just started to deal with some software that is containerized via Docker, and which is ordinarily only ever run on Ubuntu. Naturally this means nobody ever put any thought into how it will interact with SELinux. "I know that containers get a pair of randomly chosen MCS [Multi-Category...
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What is LLVM? The Power Behind Swift, Rust, Clang, and More

LLVM makes it easier to not only create new languages, but to enhance the development of existing ones. It provides tools for automating many of the most thankless parts of the task of language creation: creating a compiler, porting the outputted code to multiple platforms and architectures, and...
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Linux: To Recurse or Not

Linux and recursion are on very good speaking terms. In fact, a number of Linux commands recurse without ever being asked, while others have to be coaxed with just the right option. When is recursion most helpful and how can you use it to make your tasks easier? Let’s run through some useful...
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The 4 Major Tenets of Kubernetes Security

In a previous article, we learned about the threats to a Kubernetes deployment that may result in a multitude of compromises and undesirable scenarios. With these threat models in mind, we can now explore Kubernetes security along four major tenets: authentication and authorization resource...
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Enterprises Identify 10 Essential Tools for DevOps

In rough order of their appearance in the DevOps pipeline, based on real-world user feedback, here are the most essential DevOps tools:In some of these 10 major categories, just one tool rules the roost, such as Docker for application containers and Jenkins for CI/CD. In others, DevOps...
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