In this post, we present Yaegi, Yet Another Go Interpreter, with the E standing for Elegant, Embedded, Easy, or whatever you prefer.
Les 23 et 24 mai, j’étais présent à MixIT 2019, pour une présentation intitulée « Migration de 6play vers Le Cloud, retour d’expérience ». Puisque ma conférence n’a pas été enregistrée, voici une tentative de transcript, en espérant qu’il vous sera utile.
Stop Running in Circles and Ship Work that Matters by Ryan Singer
Happy birthday Weaveworks! Today we turn FIVE! It feels like we are older: startup years are a bit like dog years. Let’s celebrate with something fun :-) For the last few months we have been playing with a little side project called “Ignite” that I want to tell you about.
DevOps takes a holistic approach to value delivery based on reducing feedback loops in order to reduce lead time to increase velocity and the rate of successful software deliveries.
An interactive git tutorial meant to teach you how git works, not just which commands to execute. So, you want to use git right?
In this blog post, I’ll show you how to write your own Dockerfile syntax that works out of the box with any existing Docker installation. If you want to see it in action right away, here’s a YAML file that is used in place of a Dockerfile.
Jerry Hargrove | Cloud Diagrams & Notes Follow @awsgeek Amazon ElastiCache 4/16/2019 Amazon EFS 4/12/2019 AWS Regions 4/12/2019 AWS re:Invent 2018: WIN202L - 10 Years of Windows and .
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform provides you with a hybrid cloud application platform for deploying both new and existing applications. Built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Kubernetes, OpenShift Container Platform 4.
Unpatched vulnerabilities affect the rkt container runtime that could be exploited by an attacker to escape the container and gain root access to the host.
Red Hat Ansible Engine 2.8 is now available. This release features many improvements and enhancements (please refer to the CHANGELOG for more details).
Oracle sponsored this post. This article will explore concepts related to observability and monitoring along with a number of popular open source monitoring tools for container-native environments.
A well-oiled DevOps machine is a powerful thing – teams are deploying faster, processes are automated, everything is well-structured, and the cost is consistent with expectations. The reality for some teams is they’re not always able to hit all four in that Venn diagram.
I was recently asked by a major corporation to give a talk on “fake agile.” They wanted me to explain what it is, how to identify it and how to deal with it.
Today we are excited to launch Service Mesh Interface (SMI) which defines a set of common, portable APIs that provide developers with interoperability across different service mesh technologies including Istio, Linkerd, and Consul Connect.
If you’re selling PHP packages, the easiest way to offer Composer package installation to your customers is now Private Packagist for Vendors. You get a unique URL and authentication token for each customer and they can use these in their composer.json file to install your packages.
We are thrilled to announce that the core security features of the Elastic Stack are now free. This means that users can now encrypt network traffic, create and manage users, define roles that protect index and cluster level access, and fully secure Kibana with Spaces.
When it comes to information modeling, how to denote the relation or relationship between two entities is a key question.
Progressive image rendering and HTTP/2 multiplexing technologies have existed for a while, but now we’ve combined them in a new way that makes them much more powerful. With Cloudflare progressive streaming images appear to load in half of the time, and browsers can start rendering pages sooner.
Part of the Go 2 series of language changes is a new error inspection proposal. The error inspection proposal adds several features to errors that have been tried elsewhere (in packages such as github.com/pkg/errors), with some new implementation tricks.
We are proud and excited to announce that VMware is acquiring Bitnami! This is fantastic news for our users and partners. We will continue to deliver the Bitnami catalog of apps that you know and love, across all the platforms we currently support, including all the major cloud vendors.
Today, Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, and GitLab are issuing a joint blog post, in a coordinated effort to help educate and inform users of the three platforms on secure best practices relating to the recent Git ransomware incident.
The LXD team is very excited to announce the release of LXD 3.13! This is another very exciting LXD release, packed with useful features and a lot of bugfixes and performance improvements!
A security vulnerability in the Official Docker images based on the Alpine Linux distribution allowed for more than three years logging into the root account using a blank password. Tracked as CVE-2019-5021, the vulnerability has a critical severity score of 9.8.
In a surprising turn of events, TechCrunch has learned that Docker CEO Steve Singh will be stepping down after two years at the helm, and former Hortonworks CEO Rob Bearden will be taking over. An email announcement, went out this morning to Docker employees.
Today’s answers are curated by Daniele Polencic. Daniele is an instructor and software engineer at Learnk8s. TL;DR: There isn’t any static tool that analyses YAML files. But you can visualise your dependencies in the cluster with Weave Scope, KubeView or tracing the traffic with Istio.
Following the first announcement of odo earlier in the year, we are pleased to announce the beta release of odo, an official project hosted on the OpenShift GitHub repository.