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NOAA is working to make all of its data available to an even wider group of people. (Image: NOAA).

NOAA’s Mission Toward Open Data Sharing

The goal of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is to put all of its data — data about weather, climate, ocean coasts, fisheries, and ecosystems – into the hands of the people who need it most. The trick is translating the hard data and making it useful to people who aren’t...
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Why Is the Kernel Community Replacing iptables with BPF?

Author Note: this is a post by long-time Linux kernel networking developer and creator of the Cilium project, Thomas Graf The Linux kernel community recently announced bpfilter, which will replace the long-standing in-kernel implementation of iptables with high-performance network filtering powered...
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6 DevOps Trends to Watch in 2018

Communicating with key subject matter experts in the DevOps space plays an important role in helping us understand where the industry is headed. To gain insight into trends for 2018, we caught up with six DevOps experts and asked them: What’s the number-one trend you see for log analysis and...
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Managing OPA

OPA is a general-purpose policy engine that let’s you offload decisions from your service. To do so, OPA needs to have access to policies and data that it can use to make decisions. Prior to v0.8, OPA only exposed low-level HTTP APIs that let you push policy and data into the engine. With v0.8, we’...
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Meet Gloo, the ‘Function Gateway’ That Unifies Legacy APIs, Microservices, and Serverless

Most enterprises still have monolithic applications, but many are exploring the use of microservices. The monoliths are accessible via APIs and monitored by the traditional application performance management (APM) tools, with deep dives provided by Splunk and other log investigation tools. With...
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Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0 Launches With Secured Kubernetes

After months of development effort, Kubernetes is now fully supported in the stable release of the Docker Enterprise Edition. Docker Inc. officially announced Docker EE 2.0 on April 17, adding features that have been in development in the Docker Community Edition (CE) as well as enhanced enterprise...
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A Quick Look at the Git Object Store

Let's talk about some of the internals of git and how it stores and tracks objects within the .git directory. If you're unaware of what the .git directory is, it's simply a space that git uses to store your repositories data, the directory is created when you run git init. Information such as...
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How to Do Math on the Linux Command Line

Can you do math on the Linux command line? You sure can! In fact, there are quite a few commands that can make the process easy and some you might even find interesting. Let's look at some very useful commands and syntax for command line math. expr First and probably the most obvious and commonly...
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Anatomy of a JavaScript Error

It’s not a pretty sight when an application dies. Error messages can be difficult to understand, and we sometimes have to put our investigator hats on to solve the mystery and find the culprit. Most software developers spend all their time avoiding errors, but here at Bugsnag, our entire product is...
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Google Kaniko Tool Wrenches on Container Privilege Concern

Google unveiled an open source tool that targets container security issues tied to the granting of privileged access to a Docker-based container. Docker containers are by default not granted privileged access to root content, though that does limit their agility. Analysts have noted that the...
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