Container Solutions, a pan-European company delivering software engineering services and building tools for microservices developers, has taken the wraps off the latest version of its minimesos project.
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Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the general availability of Ansible 2.1, the latest version of the leading simple, powerful, and agentless open source IT automation framework. Ansible 2.
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Pokémon Go, the real-world equivalent to kicking off your own journey to becoming a Pokémon master, is finally available for beta testers in the US as of today.
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Google just won a major court battle with software giant Oracle over Google’s use of elements of Oracle’s Java programming language. If Google had lost, it could have held major ramifications for the ways in which almost all software is developed.
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Progress in AI research and applications is exploding, and that explosion extends to our own team working on academic services. Continuing our work supercharging Bing and Cortana, we are also applying new technologies to Microsoft Academic, which serves the research community.
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Linux has become a dominant OS for application back ends and micro-services in the cloud. Usage limits (aka ulimits) are a critical Linux application performance tuning tool.
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8 released with Libreswan, which is an implementation of one of the widely supported VPN protocols. The new version also has tools like Relax-and-Recover and an enhanced Yum to deliver an advanced experience. Red Hat has released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
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Here are four simple steps to prioritizing your automation. The first step is to understand what you want to achieve, so that you can focus on your goals. You might already have some of these in place, although they might need a little more investment:
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Original story published on Fred Thoughts. 5AM, the cellphone next to my bed rings continuously. On the phone, the desperate CTO of a SAAS company. Their infrastructure is a ruin, the admin team has left the building with all the credentials in an encrypted file.
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Ignoring maintainability introduces technical debt, which will either need to be addressed later or will lead to increasing costs when implementing new features. We have opted to base our continuous integration setup on Jenkins, running on a Mac Mini that lives in our studio.
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