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New Framework Uses Kubernetes to Deliver Serverless App Architecture

A new framework built atop Kubernetes is the latest project to offer serverless or AWS Lambda-style application architecture on your own hardware or in a Kubernetes-as-a-service offering. The Fission framework keeps the details about Docker and Kubernetes away from developers, allowing them to...
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Dockerfile Security Tuneup

I recently watched 2 great talks on container security by Justin Cormack from Docker at Devoxx Belgium and Adrian Mouat from Container Solutions at GOTO Stockholm. We were following many of the suggestions but there was still room for improvement. So we decided it was good time to do a security...
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Quantum Computing Is Real, and D-Wave Just Open-Sourced It

QUANTUM COMPUTING IS real. But it’s also hard. So hard that only a few developers, usually trained in quantum physics, advanced mathematics, or most likely both, can actually work with the few quantum computers that exist. Now D-Wave, the Canadian company behind the quantum computer that Google and...
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Marcel Holtmann
“We decided to create a wireless daemon that actually works on IoT devices,” said Intel's Marcel Holtmann in a presentation at Embedded Linux Conference Europe.

New Linux WiFi Daemon Streamlines Networking Stack

If you’ve ever used an embedded Linux development device with wireless networking, you’ve likely benefited from the work of Marcel Holtmann, the maintainer of the BlueZ Bluetooth daemon since 2004, who spoke at an Embedded Linux Conference Europe panel in October. In 2007 Holtmann joined Intel’s...
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Continuous Delivery of a Microservice Architecture using Concourse.ci, Cloud Foundry and Artifactory

This comprehensive tutorial takes a simple microservice architecture and explains how to setup a concourse pipeline in order to test and deploy single microservices independently without affecting the overall microservice system. Cloud Foundry will be used as a platform to which the microservices...
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The Basics of Web Application Security

We discussed how authentication establishes the identity of a user or system (sometimes referred to as a principal or actor). Until that identity is used to assess whether an operation should be permitted or denied, it doesn't provide much value. This process of enforcing what is and is not...
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Report: Agile and DevOps Provide More Benefits Together Than Alone

DevOps and agile are two of the most popular ways businesses try to stay ahead of the market, but put them together and they provide even more benefits. A new report, Accelerating Velocity and Customer Value with Agile and DevOps, from CA Technologies revealed businesses experienced greater...
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Understanding Docker Networking Drivers And Their Use Cases

Applications requirements and networking environments are diverse and sometimes opposing forces. In between applications and the network sits Docker networking, affectionately called the Container Network Model or CNM. It’s CNM that brokers connectivity for your Docker containers and also what...
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Keep hackers out
In this series, we’ll cover the five easiest ways to keep hackers out. Watch the free webinar on-demand for more information.

How to Keep Hackers out of Your Linux Machine Part 1: Top Two Security Tips

There is nothing a hacker likes more than a tasty Linux machine available on the Internet. In my recent Linux Foundation webinar I shared tactics, tools, and methods hackers use to invade your space. In this blog series, we’ll cover the five easiest ways to keep hackers out and know if they have...
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Erik St. Martin
The Kubernetes platform for dealing with applications clusters is very well suited to help Comcast update to an IP-based streaming system, said Erik St. Martin at CloudNativeCon.

Kubernetes Helps Comcast Re-Engineer Cable TV

Comcast cable is undergoing a major technical shift. The company is moving away from an always-on transmission of every single channel to every single customer, with the signal converted on either end by a piece of proprietary hardware, which is how cable has worked for decades. The new system is...
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