Issue 91 — November 9, 2016
IAB Statement on IPv6 as Unassigned IPv4 Address Space is Exhausted
The pool of unassigned IPv4 addresses has been exhausted. Therefore the IAB are stressing that networking standards need to fully support IPv6.
Internet Architecture Board
Building A Modern, Scalable Backend: Modernizing Monolithic Applications
The story of how a consultancy built a modern backend for a travel site serving millions of visitors per month.
Running Containers Without Docker
Got a bunch of existing infrastructure that you want to move to containers? Here, Julia Evans explains a potential migration plan.
Reduce Your Redis Memory Usage and Save Money
RedisMonitor exposes large keys and memory leaks with an interactive map of your Redis memory. Starting at just $7 per month.
The Reality of Microservices in the Enterprise
Microservices are nearing the ‘peak of inflated expectations’ according to Gartner. Enterprises aren’t all ready to adopt them, but an approach dubbed
provides a stepping stone.
The New Stack
Microsoft Brings Kubernetes Support to Azure
Microsoft has announced that Kubernetes is now a supported orchestrator in Azure Container Service (ACS).
A Definitive Guide to DNS TTL Settings
DNS is a foundational piece of technology and a key part of setting up DNS records is managing TTL (time to live) values.
Here's to More HTTPS On The Web, Says Google
Google is adding a new section to the HTTPS Report Card in its
that includes data on how HTTPS usage has increased over time.
Portainer: A Simple Management UI for Docker
An open-source management UI for Windows and Linux which allows you to manage your Docker host or Swarm clusters via a web interface.
Gus Robertson's nginx.conf 2016 Keynote
A post built from the CEO of NGINX’s keynote where he covered the popularity of NGINX, how the world of commerce is changing, and how NGINX is preparing for the future.
Site Reliability Engineer, NYT Beta at The New York Times
Our goal is to build and maintain tools used by developers and engineers in product development and delivery. Join the team responsible for creating the various systems we use to operate the NYT in a reliable manner.
The New York Times
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Google Cloud Platform Tokyo Region Open for Business
New Relic Adds Infrastructure and Mobile App Tracking to Its Monitoring Service
The New Stack
How and Why to Disable .htaccess on Apache httpd for Performance and Security
Configuring A Static Website on AWS with Terraform
Google Infrastructure for Everyone Else (GIFEE)
Five questions for a product engineer at SoundCloud on Kubernetes & Prometheus.
New Mirai Scanner: Make Sure Your Devices are Not Part of a Botnet
Mirai infects IoT devices and uses them to perform DDoS attacks. Our scanner checks if devices on your network are infected by or vulnerable to Mirai.
HeadlessBrowsers: A List of (Almost) All Headless Web Browsers in Existence
Fractalide: A Platform for Simple Rust Microservices
Hyper.sh: Effortless Docker Hosting
The New Stack
looks at how Hyper is ‘Docker done the right way’.
Find and Fix App Errors Faster (and have fun doing it)
Quickly pinpoint what’s broken and why. Get the context and insights to defeat all software application errors.
Do Enterprise IPv6 End-Hosts Rely on DHCPv6 or SLAAC?
Serverless Architecture in Short
“Why PaaS and Docker might not be useful anymore.”
Thou Shalt Not Run A Database Inside A Container
Sysadmin 4 lyfe
Docker Container Anti Patterns
A dozen container anti-patterns explained.
The Business Case for Running a Container-Based Infrastructure
Continuous Integration Systems: CircleCI vs TravisCI vs CodeShip vs Jenkins
Automating Deployment in A Microservice Architecture