News Category: Enterprise

It's HTTPS or Bust: How to Secure Your Website

Come July 2018, with the release of Chrome 68, any site not protected with Secure-Socket Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) will be marked with the red-triangle of an insecure site. Unless you secure your site, you can kiss your web traffic goodbye. To secure your website, you must install an...
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Let's Encrypt Hits 50 Million Active Certificates and Counting

In yet another milestone on the path to encrypting the web, Let’s Encrypt has now issued over 50 million active certificates. Depending on your definition of “website,” this suggests that Let’s Encrypt is protecting between about 23 million and 66 million websites with HTTPS (more on that below)....
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ONS 2018, taking place March 26-29, 2018 in Los Angeles, is the premier open source networking event; learn more.

ONS 2018: Networking Reimagined

For the past seven years, Open Networking Summit (ONS) has brought together the networking industry’s ecosystem of network operators, vendors, open source projects, leading researchers, and investors to discuss the latest SDN and NFV developments that will shape the future of the networking...
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Why UX Practitioners Should Learn About SRE

Understanding reliability is an equally complex problem to understanding user needs and we still need to consider the user — even more important than poor reliability is the perception of poor reliability. That why it’s essential that balanced teams start involving UX researchers in the reliability...
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How Kubernetes Became the Solution for Migrating Legacy Applications

You don't have to tear down your monolith to modernize it. You can evolve it into a beautiful microservice using cloud-native technologies. Kubernetes and containers didn't only change the ability to manage at scale, but also to take massive, monolithic applications and more easily slice them into...
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The Next Generation of TinyFPGAs

Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) have come of age. Once viewed as exotic and scary there are a number of FPGA boards targeting the maker market and among them is a new range of open source TinyFPGA boards. The latest TinyFPGA board is the TinyFPGA BX board, an updated version of their B2 ...
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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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