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Shasta: Interactive Reporting at Scale

Shasta: Interactive Reporting At Scale Manoharan et al., SIGMOD 2016 You have vast database schemas with hundreds of tables, applications that need to combine OLTP and OLAP functionality, queries that may join 50 or more tables across disparate data sources, oh, and the user is waiting, so you’d...
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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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SUSE Formalizes Container Strategy with a New Linux Distro, MicroOS

The company has been working on a platform called SUSE Container as a Service Platform. SUSE CaaSP puts together SUSE Linux Enterprise MicroOS, a variant of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server optimized for running Linux containers (also in development), and container orchestration software based on ...
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Open Source Server Simplifies HTTPS, Security Certificates

Forget expired TLS certificates; the lightweight Caddy web server handles Let's Encrypt certificates and redirects HTTP traffic by default. For administrators seeking an easier method to turn on HTTPS for their websites, there is Caddy, an open source web server that automatically sets up security...
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Docker, Containerd & Standalone Runtimes — Here’s What You Should Know

Docker is a powerful tool, however learning how to use it in the right way could take a long time especially with the rapidly growing ecosystem of containers which could be confusing, that is why I had the idea to publish Painless Docker. Through this book, the reader will learn and master Docker...
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Multi-Arch Docker Images

Although the promise of Docker is the elimination of differences when moving software between environments, you’ll still face the problem that you can’t cross platform boundaries, i.e. you can’t run a Docker image built for x86_64 on a arm board such as the Raspberry Pi. This means that if you want...
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What's the Future of Data Storage?

Storage planning today means investing in an ecosystem that supports multiple technologies. The winning vendors will create integrated delivery models that obviate the differences between particular technologies.  What’s the future of storage? Is it internal server-based/software-defined?...
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Understanding Open vSwitch, An OpenStack SDN Component

Open vSwitch is an open-source project that allows hypervisors to virtualize the networking layer. This caters for the large number of virtual machines running on one or more physical nodes. The virtual machines connect to virtual ports on virtual bridges (inside the virtualized network layer.)...
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DevOps Trends, Predictions and 2017 Resolutions

We’re counting the days till the end of 2016. As 2017 comes into focus, we find ourselves reflecting on the advancements made in the world of DevOps during this past year, the challenges still to overcome, and some of the trends that will shape the software delivery industry in the year(s) to come...
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Does the Container Ecosystem Need a Map?

At last month’s KubeCon in Seattle, members of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation put forth a chart depicting the various projects, both commercial and open source, that either individually or collectively contributed to its perception of the “cloud native” ecosystem. You might call it, for lack...
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