Issue 67 — May 26, 2016
Ansible 2.1 Released with Network Automation and More
The popular IT automation framework now supports Windows and Azure, has much improved Docker support, and now lets you automate network infrastructure configuration too.
Gor: Test Your System with Real Data over HTTP
An open-source tool for capturing and replaying live HTTP traffic into a test environment in order to continuously test your system with real data.
Building Fast and Resilient Web Applications
A 40 minute talk from Google I/O by performance expert Ilya Grigorik looking at performance inequality, mobile network performance, and other things that affect webapps.
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Will Containers Replace Hypervisors? Almost Certainly
“The death knell of the hypervisor was sounded when Intel provided much of the unique capabilities of the hypervisor directly in the chip via the Intel-VTx instruction set.”
New DevTools Web Performance Tooling Tips and Features
Paul Irish and Sam Saccone show off new tips, tricks and features in DevTools to help you debug the performance of your site.
Google I/O 2016
TrailDB: An Efficient Library for Storing and Processing Event Data
AdRoll has open sourced a fast, C-based library for compressing and handling time-series event data.
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GitLab Now Comes with a Docker Container Registry
The New Stack
Major DNS Provider (NS1) Hit by Mysterious, Focused DDoS Attack
Cray Unveils Open Source 'Big Data' Box
Serious metal with 35TB of PCIe SSD storage, 22TB of RAM, and preloaded with OpenStack and Mesos.
Citrix XenServer 7 Released
NGINX 1.11.0 Released
DreamFactory 2.1.2 released, includes app packages
Easily bundle and deploy your apps, services, scripts, schema, and user roles between different DreamFactory instances.
Content Security Policy for Single Page Web Apps
Understanding how to implement the content security policy in your single page web apps.
Testing Web Services with Traffic Control on Kubernetes
Five Simple Steps To Test Your Varnish Cache Deployment Using Varnishtest
Fault Tolerance on the Cheap: Part II
How to Move From Amazon RDS to A Dedicated PostgreSQL Server
The Importance of Planned Security for Your Website
How do you come up with a security plan? It requires you to know your system, test for vulnerabilities, and patch up any leaks.
The State of DevOps in 2016
Six Ways Ansible Makes Docker Compose Better
AWS vs Packet.net, Why One Company Left AWS
Including performance benchmarks.
Reducing The Response Time to First Byte using Cache First–Process Later Method
Calculate How Much You Can Save by Avoiding Expensive DDoS Outages
Find out how much you can save by protecting your site against a cyber attack with the Incapsula DDoS Cost Calculator.
DWatch: Manage Docker Containers, Images and Networks in A Clean Way
Cipherli.st: Strong Ciphers for Apache, nginx and Lighttpd
http-prompt: An Interactive CLI HTTP Client with Autocomplete and Syntax Highlighting
A Work-in-Progress of an FPGA Web Server
An attempt to create a software-less Web server for static content using FPGAs.
Dockershare: Expose a Container's Filesystem as an SMB/CIFS Share