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[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 01:26:53 EST from rss

Subject: Running storage services on Kubernetes

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With the advent of containers, it's a good time to rethink storage completely. As applications now consist of volatile sets of loosely coupled microservices running in containers, ever-changing in scale, constantly being updated and re-deployed, and always evolving, the traditional mindset of serving storage and data services must change.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 02:44:08 EST from rss

Subject: CoreOS Tectonic 1.8 unites container management across clouds

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Kubernetes can free users from being locked into a single cloud, and CoreOS wants to help them do this with its release of Tectonic 1.8. Kubernetes is now -- no question about it -- the dominant cloud orchestration program. With Amazon Web Services (AWS) giving Kubernetes native support, all major clouds now support Kubernetes.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 04:00:49 EST from rss

Subject: Open source, Rockchip-based SBC offers up to 4GB DDR4

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Libre Computer’s open source, $35-and-up “Renegade” SBC is a Raspberry Pi clone that runs Linux or Android 7.1 on a Rockchip RK3328 with up to 4GB DDR4. Earlier this year, Libre Computer went to Kickstarter to fund its quad -A53 Amlogic S905X based Le Potato SBC, and it’s a third the way toward its $100K KS goal for its Allwinner-based Tritium board with 37 days left.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 05:32:19 EST from rss

Subject: 10 must-read DevOps resources

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Continuous learning is a key component of DevOps and digital transformation. If you are not learning from your day-to-day operations, your operational mindset will never change. If you don't put effort into pushing the limits of each team member's mind, your team will never reach its fullest potential. To quote Andrew Clay Shafer: "You are either building a learning organization, or you will be losing to someone who is."

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 06:50:37 EST from rss

Subject: Rugged Kaby Lake PC travels by road, rail, or the briny deep

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Axiomtek’s “tBOX500-510-FL” transportation PC has a Kaby Lake U-series CPU, 2x swappable SATA III bays, 3x mini-PCIe, modular I/O, and -40 to 70°C support. The tBOX500-510-FL is a scaled back version of Axiomtek’s similarly Intel Kaby Lake U-series based tBOX324-894-FL. Designed for vehicle, railway, and marine transportation applications, the tBOX500-510-FL runs Linux or Windows 10 […]

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 08:08:53 EST from rss

Subject: Top 15 resources for learning JavaScript

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HTML, cascading stylesheets (CSS), and JavaScript have experienced massive growth and evolution over the past two decades, which should come as no surprise given the ever-expanding role of the internet in our lives. JavaScript development has come a long way since the early 1990s and IBM's famous commercial depicting business' early recognition of the internet's significance. That commercial forever changed the role of the web more

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 14:03:42 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

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In this tutorial, we will show you how to step-by-step install Askbot Django App using uWSGI and Nginx Web server, and we will be using Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus as our main operating system. Askbot is an open source software for creating Q&A forum based on Python Django Framework. It's similar to other Q&A systems like StackOverflow and Yahoo Answers.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 14:49:27 EST from rss

Subject: 8 Holiday Projects with Raspberry Pi and Arduino

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The best way to celebrate the coldest, darkest time of year is to build fun Raspberry Pi and Arduino projects. These projects will light up the gloomiest gloom, fill your days with fun and your heart with joy, and all without draining your pocketbook. You can control lights and music, build a retro gaming console, build a cool weather station, build a photo frame, or just learn the basics and fiddle around randomly.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 16:05:43 EST from rss

Subject: Cheat

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2DayGeek:Cheat allows you to create and view interactive cheatsheets on the command-line.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 17:22:59 EST from rss

Subject: Kali Linux Review: Not Everyone

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In this review of Kali Linux, we try to answer regular questions like what is Kali Linux, what is the use of Kali Linux and whether beginners should use Kali Linux or not?

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 18:46:28 EST from rss

Subject: Preparing your organization for a future built on blockchain

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In the first part of this review of Blockchain Revolution by Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott, I presented some of the ways the authors suggest blockchain technology will impact organizations. In particular, I examined the open organization principles (transparency, inclusivity, adaptability, collaboration, community) and the reasons we practice them (building a network of people dedicated to a purpose and sharing the same ethical standards, for example).read more

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 20:03:46 EST from rss

Subject: How to disable USB storage on Linux

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To secure our infrastructure of data breaches, we use software & hardware firewalls to restrict unauthorized access from outside but data breaches can occur from inside as well. To remove such a possibility, organizations...

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 21:23:02 EST from rss

Subject: Kata Containers Project launches to secure container infrastructure

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OpenStack, the open-source IaaS cloud, is branching out into containers with secure Kata containers.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 22:41:18 EST from rss

Subject: Kubernetes Ecosystem Grows as Cloud Native Computing Foundation Expands

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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) was first launched by the Linux Foundation in July 15, with a single project - Kubernetes. At the CloudNativeCon/Kubecon North America Event in Austin, Texas, there are now 14 projects and an expanding membership base.

[#] Fri Dec 08 2017 00:12:48 EST from rss

Subject: Quantum Computing Is the Next Big Security Risk

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The 20th century gave birth to the Nuclear Age as the power of the atom was harnessed and unleashed. Today, we are on the cusp of an equally momentous and irrevocable breakthrough: the advent of computers that draw their computational capability from quantum mechanics.

[#] Fri Dec 08 2017 01:31:05 EST from rss

Subject: Mozilla is Funding Art About Online Privacy and Security

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The Mozilla Manifesto states that “Individuals’ security and privacy on the Internet are fundamental and must not be treated as optional.” Today, Mozilla is seeking artists, media producers, and storytellers who share that belief — and who use their art to make a difference.

[#] Fri Dec 08 2017 02:47:21 EST from ndroid apps

Subject: How to use Fossdroid to get open source Android apps

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Fossdroid is an alternate web interface for the F-Droid repository of open source apps for the Android operating system. Unlike the official F-Droid website, Fossdroid's design is based on the Google Play Store, which gives users who have never used an external app repository a familiar interface to search, browse, and install Android apps.

[#] Fri Dec 08 2017 04:13:23 EST from rss

Subject: Playing with Date & Time in RHEL/CentOS

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In this tutorial, we are going to discuss how we can view or modify date & time values in our RHEL/CentOS 7 servers. We are going to discuss 3 commands which we can use to view/modify date & time for our systems.

[#] Fri Dec 08 2017 05:29:38 EST from rss

Subject: Industrial NUC mini-PC run Kaby Lake U-series

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Logic Supply’s fanless, Ubuntu-friendly “ML100G-31” NUC mini-PC has a dual-core Kaby Lake SoC, M.2 wireless and SSD expansion, and 2x HDMI 2.0 ports. Logic Supply’s ML100G-31 is the fourth in its ML-1000 series of industrial-focused mini-PCs based on the Intel (Next Unit of Computing) reference design. The system follows the Intel Bay Trail based ML100G-10 […]

[#] Fri Dec 08 2017 06:48:58 EST from rss

Subject: Difference Between IMAP and POP

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We’ll explain the difference between IMAP and POP. If you are using email services then you have certainly come across the terms POP and IMAP.

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