Issue 151 — January 31, 2018
Terraforming 1Password: From AWS to Terraform
A technical overview of how popular password management service 1Password switched from AWS CloudFormation over to Terraform for the handling of their growing infrastructure.
Measuring QUIC vs TCP on Mobile and Desktop
Most of Google’s Web traffic now uses
as a faster transport layer protocol than TCP, and now a study of its performance has been conducted.
Arash Molavi Kakhki
The State of Web App Vulnerabilities in 2017
What do web threats in 2017 mean for 2018?
Red Hat to Acquire CoreOS
represents a serious further push by Red Hat into the worlds of Kubernetes and containers.
Delivering News Feeds to Over 300 Million End Users
A dig into the tech stack behind
and the various data infrastructure, utilities, devops, and business tools they use.
A History of Low-Level Linux Container Runtimes
Red Hat likes to say, “Containers are Linux — Linux is Containers.” But what does that mean?
Daniel J Walsh
7 Ways to Automate Kubernetes at Scale in Production
“If the tools you use with and for Kubernetes don’t enable automation, then you’re not truly taking advantage of the benefits of orchestration.”
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Increased Network Bandwidth for AWS EC2 Instances
Up to 25Gbps to S3 and certain types of EC2 instances.
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Running Up Your 'Instant' Kubernetes Cluster
Want a cluster up and running fast? Only the essential steps here.
Writing a Microservice in Rust
A beautifully thorough walkthrough of what’s involved.
How to Build a Simple Web Server with Node
Top 12 DDoS Attack Types You Need to Know
Dan Breslaw and Dima Bekerman
7 Ways to Do Containers on Amazon Web Services
How (and Why) I Run My Own DNS Servers
Optimize Utilization and Reduce Cost with GoCD’s Elastic Agents
Scale up, with on-demand agents. GoCD’s elastic agents gives you the flexibility and savings you need.
Testing Varnish Performance After Patching for Meltdown and Spectre
A low single digit percentage effect..
How Changing Our CDN Affected GoogleBot’s Behaviour
A new IP can mean GoogleBot throttles its crawls.
SEO Performance in 2018 Using Cloudflare
Scripting Your Network Benchmark Tests with Lua
.. using the
IPv6 and Containers: Why We Can't Have Nice Things (And How We Can)
An engaging talk about IPv6 and why you should (or shouldn’t) use it with your containers.
Please Stop Using 'Local Storage'
Why you should stop using it to store session data.
How Red Hat's Shaking Up the Container Ecosystem with CoreOS Deal
Timothy Prickett Morgan
5 Critical DevOps Practices To Make Your Team More Effective
Linux Cloud Hosting Starting at 1GB of RAM for $5/mo
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Ivy: A Minimalist Static Website Generator in Python
Portier: An Email-Based, Passwordless Authentication Service
Operos: A Linux-Based OS for Hyperscaler-Grade Infrastructure Automation
Including scheduled containers, software defined networking, and converged storage, all on commodity x86 servers.