A Thanksgiving 2020 Reading List
2 days ago, cloudflare

If you want to relax in an active and learning way this Thanksgiving weekend, here are some of the topics we’ve covered on the Cloudflare blog this past week that you may find interesting....

re:Invent 2020 Liveblog: Andy Jassy Keynote
2 days ago, aws

I’m always ready to try something new! This year, I am going to liveblog Andy Jassy‘s AWS re:Invent keynote address, which takes place from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Tuesday, December 1 (PST). I’ll be updating this post every couple of minutes as I watch Andy’s address from the comfort of my home office. […]

Lætitia AVROT: Postgres dress with pockets
2 days ago, postgresql

I was looking for something to add to my Christmas wish list (yes, my parents are retired and they asked for this wish list for the last 3 months) and I remembered I had seen a blog post a few years ago where you could print your own code on clothes. I had a good memory of a particularly nice dress (and I found out later it even had pockets! Yay!...

Reactive Variables In GraphQL Apollo Client
2 days ago, smashingmagazine

reactive variables work with GraphQL Apollo and offer you the same functionality with Redux or Context API without the complexity or extra layers that come with these other tools. A reactive variable in GraphQL Apollo is easy to use and doesn’t have as much setup process compared to Redux....

Podcast: Emily Jaksch on the Myths, Misconceptions and Realities of the Millennial Generation
3 days ago, infoq

In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Emily Jaksch about the Myths, Misconceptions and Realities of the Millennial Generation. By Emily Jaksch...

Article: Kick-off Your Transformation by Imagining It Had Failed
3 days ago, infoq

Large scale change initiatives have a worryingly high failure rate. A chief reason for which is that serious risks are not identified early. One way to create the safety needed for everyone to speak openly about the risks they see is by running a pre-mortem. In a pre-mortem, we assume that the transformation had already failed and walk backward from there to investigate what led to the failure. By Ayman Idris...

ASICs at the Edge
3 days ago, cloudflare

At Cloudflare, we pride ourselves in our global network that spans more than 200 cities in over 100 countries. To accelerate all that traffic through our network, there are multiple technologies at play. So let’s have a look at one of the cornerstones that makes all of this work....

Presentation: InfoQ Live Roundtable: Observability Patterns for Distributed Systems
3 days ago, infoq

The panelists explore how a sound observability strategy can help mitigate operational costs, and avoiding common pitfalls in monitoring distributed systems. By Thomas Betts...

Dimitri Fontaine: 2020: Online Conferences
3 days ago, postgresql

Among a lot of other changes, the year 2020 brings Online Conferences to us. In the Postgres community too we now record our talks at home and send a video file to be playedto a virtual audience, and sometimes shared later in a platform online. So this yeah I did participate in Postgres Vision 2020 where I did deliver a talk about The Art of PostgreSQL. This a talk all about the book that I have written and self-publish at The Art of PostgreSQL: learn how to turn thousands of lines of code into ...

2020: Online Conferences
3 days ago, postgresexpert

Among a lot of other changes, the year 2020 brings Online Conferences to us. In the Postgres community too we now record our talks at home and send a video file to be playedto a virtual audience, and sometimes shared later in a platform online. So this yeah I did participate in Postgres Vision 2020 where I did deliver a talk about The Art of PostgreSQL. This a talk all about the book that I have written and self-publish at The Art of PostgreSQL: learn how to turn thousands of lines of code into ...

A Byzantine failure in the real world
3 days ago, cloudflare

When we review design documents at Cloudflare, we are always on the lookout for Single Points of Failure (SPOFs). In this post, we present a timeline of a real-world incident, and how an interesting failure mode known as a Byzantine fault played a role in a cascading series of events....

Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.9 brings Apache Kafka integration and more
3 days ago, redhat

Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.9 brings bug fixes, performance improvements, and new features for process and case management, business and decision automation, and business optimization. This article introduces you to Process Automation Manager’s out-of-the-box integration with Apache Kafka, revamped business automation management capabilities, and support for multiple decision requirements diagrams (DRDs). I will also […] The post Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.9 brings Apache Kafk...

Microsoft Edge Made Available on Linux
3 days ago, infoq

Microsoft recently announced the availability of the Microsoft Edge Dev Channel for Linux (initial preview release). The Edge browser is now available on all major operating systems, desktop and mobile. Enterprise developers, many of which use Linux, may now build and test web applications in their preferred platform. The move seeks to further position Edge as the browser for business. By Bruno Couriol...

Presentation: Automating Chaos Attacks
3 days ago, infoq

Daniel Albuquerque, Nikos Katirtzis show how to run attacks in both manual and automated ways. By Daniel Albuquerque, Nikos Katirtzis...

Presentation: Chaos Engineering: The Path to Reliability
3 days ago, infoq

Kolton Andrus shares examples of what works, what doesn’t, and what the future holds in using Chaos Engineering to build reliability in a system. By Kolton Andrus...

Presentation: Chaos Engineering: the Path to Reliability
3 days ago, infoq

Kolton Andrus shares examples of what works, what doesn’t, and what the future holds in using Chaos Engineering to build reliability in a system. By Kolton Andrus...

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