Amazon Web Services (AWS), the biggest public cloud available today, loves to announce one new service after another during keynotes at its annual re:Invent conference in Las Vegas. This week is no different.
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LAS VEGAS—Those nifty Dash grocery refill buttons are just the beginning of Amazon’s plan to dominate a burgeoning cloud-based, data-driven connected world.
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Have you ever taken the time to watch the access and error logs from your web server scroll past? In addition to legitimate well-formed requests from users and spiders, you will probably see all sorts of unseemly and downright scary requests far too often.
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Security researchers have discovered a new malware program that infects automated teller machines (ATMs) and allows attackers to extract cash on command. The program is dubbed GreenDispenser and was detected in Mexico.
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At LinuxCon in August, I presented a keynote demo with Diogo Mónica and Marianna Tessel. The goal of the demo was to show that checkpoint and restore of containers can not only be used for the migration of stateful services i.e.
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As one of the earliest OpenStack supporters, PayPal also happens to be one of its biggest users, with more than 300,000 cores using OpenStack and drop storage, as well as thousands of developers at the company working with the platform.
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Like all AWS services, the Amazon S3 team is always listening to customers in order to better understand their needs.
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If you´re owning a lab or development environment at home or at work, running the VMware ESXi hosts within a virtual machine itself (Nested ESXi), makes a lot of sense. Not only it gives you a lot of flexibility, you also save a fair amount of money compared to a physical box.
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