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Blog: Runc and CVE-2019-5736

This morning a container escape vulnerability in runc was announced. We wanted to provide some guidance to Kubernetes users to ensure everyone is safe and secure. What Is Runc? Very briefly, runc is the low-level tool which does the heavy lifting of spawning a Linux container. Other tools like Docker, Containerd, and CRI-O sit on Read more about Blog: Runc and CVE-2019-5736[…]

Podcast #297: Reinforcement Learning with AWS DeepRacer

How are ML Models Trained? How can developers learn different approaches to solving business problems? How can we race model cars on a global scale? Todd Escalona (Solutions Architect Evangelist, AWS) joins Simon to dive into reinforcement learning and AWS DeepRacer! Additional Resources AWS DeepRacer Open Source DIY Donkey Car re:Invent 2017 Robocar Hackathon AWS Read more about Podcast #297: Reinforcement Learning with AWS DeepRacer[…]

New Terraform Providers: Linode, SkyTap, UCloud, and Hedvig

Terraform Providers Linode Linode is a cloud hosting provider based in Philadelphia. Linode enables organizations to create high performance SSD Linux servers on demand and offers hosting services in nine datacenters across the globe. Terraform users are now able to use Linode Terraform provider to create and manage Linode services as a part of their Read more about New Terraform Providers: Linode, SkyTap, UCloud, and Hedvig[…]

Understanding Database Sharding

Introduction Any application or website that sees significant growth will eventually need to scale in order to accommodate increases in traffic. For data-driven applications and websites, it’s critical that scaling is done in a way that ensures the security and integrity of their data. It can be difficult to predict how popular a website or Read more about Understanding Database Sharding[…]

Ansible Operator: What is it? Why it Matters? What can you do with it?

The Red Hat Ansible Automation and Red Hat OpenShift teams have been collaborating to build a new way to package, deploy, and maintain Kubernetes native applications: Ansible Operator. Given the interest in moving workloads to Kubernetes, we are happy to introduce a new tool that can help ease the move toward cloud native infrastructure. What Read more about Ansible Operator: What is it? Why it Matters? What can you do with it?[…]

Enabling Cloud-based Auto Unseal in Vault Open Source

In December we announced Vault 1.0 and the availability of cloud auto unseal in Vault open source. This feature was previously available only to Vault Enterprise customers. In this blog post we give a brief overview of how to enable cloud-based auto unseal in Vault open source. If you’re already using Vault, you’ll need to Read more about Enabling Cloud-based Auto Unseal in Vault Open Source[…]

SSH Steps for Jenkins Pipeline

This guest post was originally published on Cerner’s Engineering blog here. Pipeline-as-code or defining the deployment pipeline through code rather than manual job creation through UI, provides tremendous benefits for teams automating builds and deployment infrastructure across their environments. Source of image: https://jenkins.io/doc/book/pipeline/ Jenkins Pipelines Jenkins is a well-known open source continuous integration and continuous Read more about SSH Steps for Jenkins Pipeline[…]

Blog: Poseidon-Firmament Scheduler – Flow Network Graph Based Scheduler

Authors: Deepak Vij (Huawei), Shivram Shrivastava (Huawei) Introduction Cluster Management systems such as Mesos, Google Borg, Kubernetes etc. in a cloud scale datacenter environment (also termed as Datacenter-as-a-Computer or Warehouse-Scale Computing – WSC) typically manage application workloads by performing tasks such as tracking machine live-ness, starting, monitoring, terminating workloads and more importantly using a Cluster Read more about Blog: Poseidon-Firmament Scheduler – Flow Network Graph Based Scheduler[…]

How To Implement Continuous Testing of Ansible Roles Using Molecule and Travis CI on Ubuntu 18.04

The author selected the Mozilla Foundation to receive a donation as part of the Write for DOnations program. Introduction Ansible is an agentless configuration management tool that uses YAML templates to define a list of tasks to be performed on hosts. In Ansible, roles are a collection of variables, tasks, files, templates and modules that Read more about How To Implement Continuous Testing of Ansible Roles Using Molecule and Travis CI on Ubuntu 18.04[…]

Podcast 296: [Public Sector Special Series #5] – Creating Better Educational Outcomes Using AWS | February 6, 2019

Cesar Wedemann (QEDU) talks to Simon about how they gather Education data and provide this data to teachers and public schools to improve education in Brazil. They developed a free-access portal that offers easy visualization of brazilian Education open data. Additional Resources QEDU About the AWS Podcast The AWS Podcast is a cloud platform podcast Read more about Podcast 296: [Public Sector Special Series #5] – Creating Better Educational Outcomes Using AWS | February 6, 2019[…]