A group calling itself Shadow Brokers has leaked many exploits, implants and other tools allegedly stolen from the NSA-linked Equation Group, and it claims to possess much more information that it’s prepared to sell for 1 million Bitcoins. Security firms, firewall vendors and documents released by Edward Snowden have shown that the leaked files are […]
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Application-Defined Data Center: The Next Stop in Datacenter Evolution Jay Lyman, Principal Analyst, Cloud Management & Containers, 451 Research and Sushil Kumar,CMO, Robin Systems Containerizing workloads is the major innovation in today’s data centers driving DevOps cultures, savings, and improved time to market. By abstracting applications from underlying infrastructure, containers can simply application deployment, and […]
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While BSD jails has focused on IT Operations, Docker has focused on development and test organizations. As a result, Docker has established a significant lead in the race to bring containerization to market, with huge install bases and ecosystem partners, as well as advanced tools and facilities custom built for this solution. Why is this? […]
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Katrine Bosley, CEO of Editas Medicine and Steve Fredette, President of Toast, join Jody Rose, Executive Director of the New England Venture Capital Association. These award winning company start-up leaders talk about their own companies, how the organization has helped them, and why they’re working here in the Boston area. Read the source article at […]
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Today, I’m excited to introduce a different kind of security event, one that will shake up the conventional (and let’s face it: sometimes boring) approach of industry conferences. Versus isn’t about pitching products or preaching to the choir. And, it’s not a litany of staid, hour-long presentations and panels. Read the source article at Vera […]
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Probably not. But knowing each approach’s strengths and risks — and available options — could help ease adoption. Such a decision requires two primary considerations: 1. Containers do not provide the same level of isolation between apps running on the same host as virtual machines provide. 2. They don’t provide the same level of isolation […]
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Thanks to her gravity-defying routines at this year’s Olympics in Rio, Simone Biles has become a household name, walking away with four gold and one bronze medals. Could her success have been predicted? Absolutely. Even though this is Simone Biles first Olympics, she has been dominating gymnastics since 2013. She took the World Championships in […]
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Part 1 of this blog was published earlier including the first two challenges – in case you missed it or want to read again – here is the link to Part 1 of this blog – Can Containers make Cassandra Easier to Manage? Unlike traditional databases such as Oracle, Cassandra does not come with utilities that automatically […]
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A settlement is brewing between The Home Depot and the 50 million customers whose personally identifiable information (PII) was compromised in a massive hack in 2014, according to a Fox 5 video. Provided a judge signs off on it, Home Depot customers who used a credit or debit card between April 1 and Sept. 18, 2014 […]
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Container-based virtualization and microservice architecture have taken the world by storm. Applications with a microservice architecture consist of a set of narrowly focused, independently deployable services, which are expected to fail. The advantage – increased agility and resilience. Agility since individual services can be updated and redeployed in isolation. Read the source article at Container […]
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