Issue 92 — November 16, 2016
Layer X: A Framework for Cross-Cluster Scheduling
A single centralized service that manages containers across multiple clusters, multiple clouds, and multiple cluster managers.
EMC Advanced Development
10 Things You Might Not Know About Using S3
A variety of ideas learnt through years of operation to help you optimize your own use of Amazon’s S3 service.
Joshua Levy and Stefan Zier
37 Videos from Serverlessconf London 2016
Includes talks about building serverless apps
with Azure Functions
real time data processing with Lambda
serverless with Ansible
Free eBook: Deploying Docker Apps to AWS
In this eBook you will learn how to set up Continuous Deployment to Amazon Web Services (AWS) for your Docker Apps.
Microsoft Announces the Next SQL Server for Windows and Linux
You can now trial the next SQL Server in a public preview just released by Microsoft.
Benchmarking and Scaling WebSockets: Handling 60K Concurrent Connections
Tsung is an open-source multi-protocol distributed load testing tool written in Erlang.
In 13 Minutes From Kubernetes to A Complete App Dev Tool
GitLab showing off how simple they want developers to get from idea to production in future.
Monitoring in The Kubernetes Era
A series of posts presenting how Kubernetes works and how it changes your monitoring strategies.
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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92 Percent of Datacenter Traffic will be Cloud by 2020
Apprenda-Led Team Preps Kubernetes to Manage Windows Containers
The New Stack
Microsoft Joins The Linux Foundation
Simulate Slow Connections with The Network Throttling Tool
Firefox DevTools has now a network throttling tool to simulate slow connections.
Firefox Nightly News
AWS EC2 Price Reductions on C4, M4, and T2 Instances
Amazon Web Services
Roll Your Own Low-Cost Realtime Server Monitoring with Bash and NoSQL
Pushes data using curl to RestDB, a NoSQL cloud database service.
Jon Erik Solheim
Load Testing with Locust, a Python-based Load Testing Tool
Creating Node.js Microservices Using Stdlib
Writing Docker Microservices in COBOL
Dos and Don'ts of AWS Lambda
5 Ways to Hone Your Production Incident Postmortems
Adding and Leveraging a CDN On Your Website
A simple guide aimed at front-end devs.
Find and Fix Node.js Errors Faster (and have fun doing it)
Quickly pinpoint what’s broken and why. Get the context and insights to defeat all Node errors.
Understanding the ELK Stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana)
Brian AndersonRafał Kuć
Disqus' Mixed Content Problem and Fixing It with A CSP
Why Chrome 53 is Rejecting Chase Bank's Symantec Certificate
It surrounds privacy and Certificate Transparency.
Signing into One Billion Mobile App Accounts Effortlessly with OAuth2.0 [PDF]
A writeup of an exploit.
Yang, Lau, and Liu
PHP 7 at Tumblr
Serverless Microservices with Google Cloud Functions
Integrating Alexa/Amazon Echo with Docker Hub
Linode Cloud Hosting brings unmatched virtual performance at great prices.
Get full root access on any Linux distribution you want for only $10 per month, all with SSD storage included.
Building Complex AI Services That Scale
Introducing DMake, Deepomatic’s open-source tool to manage micro-services.