Tips and tricks for using new RegEx support in Cloud Logging
1 day ago, googlecloud

One of the most frequent questions customers ask is “how do I find this in my logs?”—often followed by a request to use regular expressions in addition to our logging query language. We’re delighted to announce that we recently added support for regular expressions to our query language — now you can search through your logs using the same powerful language selectors as you use in your tooling and software! Even with regex support, common queries and helpful examples in our docs, searching petab...

Data warehouse migration tips: preparation and discovery
1 day ago, googlecloud

Data warehouses are at the heart of an organization’s decision making process, which is why many businesses are moving away from the siloed approach of traditional data warehouses to a modern data warehouse that provides advanced capabilities to meet changing requirements. At Google Cloud, we often work with customers on data warehouse migration projects, including helping HSBC migrate to BigQuery, reducing more than 600 reports and several related applications and data pipelines. We’ve even ass...

Now, setting up continuous deployment for Cloud Run is a snap
1 day ago, googlecloud

Deploying code to production directly from your dev machine can lead to unforeseen issues: the code might have local changes, the process is manual and error prone, and tests can be bypassed. And later on, it makes it impossible to understand what actual code is running in production. A best practice for avoiding these hardships is to continuously deploy your code when changes are pushed to a branch of your source repository.As we announced at Google Cloud Next ‘20: OnAir, Cloud Run now allows y...

Setting the stage for better conversations about allyship
1 day ago, googlecloud

Jenae Butler has been a Googler for just under a year, but she became well-known both inside and outside of the company in June during a national spotlight on racial injustices here in the U.S. She created a presentation to help her colleagues understand what was going on; people found it so helpful that her “Standing United” resource spread quickly within Google as well as on social media. It starts with the context of George Floyd’s death and the impact police brutality has on the Black commun...

Join us at Data + AI Summit Europe – Finally Big Data, Analytics and AI converge
1 day ago, databricks

Data + AI Summit Europe will take place 17-19 November and is now open for registration!  Formerly known as the... The post Join us at Data + AI Summit Europe – Finally Big Data, Analytics and AI converge appeared first on Databricks....

Registration Open for Inaugural Data + AI Summit Europe
1 day ago, databricks

Data + AI Summit Europe will take place 17-19 November and is now open for registration!  Formerly known as the... The post Registration Open for Inaugural Data + AI Summit Europe appeared first on Databricks....

Navigating Complex Software Projects and Leading in Uncertain Times: InfoQ Live, Sept 23rd
1 day ago, infoq

InfoQ Live brings together world-class practitioners, such as John Willis, Senior Director in Red Hat's Global Transformation Office, and Sarah Wells, Technical Director for Operations and Reliability @FT, to share their valuable insights and practical advice on software engineering leadership. By Adelina Turcu...

GNOME's new versioning scheme
1 day ago, lwn

The GNOME Project has announced a change to its version-numbering scheme; the next release will be "GNOME 40". "After nearly 10 years of 3.x releases, the minor version number is getting unwieldy. It is also exceedingly clear that we're not going to bump the major version because of technological changes in the core platform, like we did for GNOME 2 and 3, and then piling on a major UX change on top of that. Radical technological and design changes are too disruptive for maintainers, users, and ...

Article: The Case for Explainable AI (XAI)
1 day ago, infoq

Artificial Neural Networks offer significant performance benefits compared to other methodologies, but often at the expense of interpretability. Black box algorithms have precipitated a number of high-profile controversies arising from the inability to understand their inner workings. The efforts seeking to provide more transparency in this regard is referred to as Explainable AI (XAI). By Lloyd Danzig...

A Chat With Docker’s New Community Manager
1 day ago, docker

Community is a backbone of all sustainable open source projects and so at Docker, we’re particularly thrilled to announce that William Quiviger has joined the team as our new Head of Community.  William is a seasoned community manager based in Paris, having worked with open source communities for the past 15 years for a wide […] The post A Chat With Docker’s New Community Manager appeared first on Docker Blog....

Auth0’s express-OpenID-connect SDK: the Easiest Way to Do Authentication on Node.js
1 day ago, auth0

Learn how to add OpenID Connect authentication to your Express apps, using our just released express-OpenID-connect SDK

[$] The seqcount latch lock type
1 day ago, lwn

The kernel contains a wide variety of locking primitives; it can be hard to stay on top of all of them. So even veteran kernel developers might be forgiven for being unaware of the "seqcount latch" lock type or its use. While this lock type has existed in the kernel for several years, it is only being formalized with a proper type declaration in 5.10. So this seems like a good time to look at what these locks are and how they work....

Article: Adaptive Architecture: A Bridge between Fashion and Technology
1 day ago, infoq

Adaptive architecture is a feature of agile software development and is also a source of competitive advantage in the fashion industry. Nike's collaboration with Virgil Abloh on "The Ten" is an example of how these principles play out. By Gabriel Sampaio...

Cloudflare’s Always Online and the Internet Archive Team Up to Fight Origin Errors
1 day ago, cloudflare

Today is exciting for all those who want the Internet to be stronger, more resilient, and have important redundancies: Cloudflare is pleased to announce a partnership with the Internet Archive to bring new functionality to our Always Online service....

Deliver Faster by Killing the Test Column
1 day ago, infoq

Columns like "In test" often lead to teams having more work in progress and less work actually being finished. Removing such columns can increase collaboration between testers and developers and enable teams to deliver faster. By Ben Linders...

Introducing CDP Data Engineering: Purpose Built Tooling For Accelerating Data Pipelines
1 day ago, cloudera

For enterprise organizations, managing and operationalizing increasingly complex data across the business has presented a significant challenge for staying competitive in analytic and data science driven markets. With growing disparate data across everything from edge devices to individual lines of business needing to be consolidated, curated, and delivered for downstream consumption, it’s no wonder that […] The post Introducing CDP Data Engineering: Purpose Built Tooling For Accelerating Data P...

How to get powerful and actionable insights from any and all of your data, without delay
1 day ago, cloudera

Today’s data tool challenges A North American telecom company struggled for years trying to react quickly enough to new categories and new levels of spam texts and calls. They also did not have a good way to know when and why they would need additional capacity on their own, or any other telecom company’s networks. […] The post How to get powerful and actionable insights from any and all of your data, without delay appeared first on Cloudera Blog....

Announcing the 2020 Data Impact Awards Finalists
1 day ago, cloudera

Announcing the finalists of the Data Impact Awards is always a highlight in our annual Cloudera calendar, and this year is no different. The 2020 entrants have shown incredible data-driven innovation, problem-solving ability and have proven real-world impact.  Our independent judges certainly had their jobs cut out for them, as they were faced with an […] The post Announcing the 2020 Data Impact Awards Finalists appeared first on Cloudera Blog....

Google Expands Its Confidential Computing Portfolio
1 day ago, infoq

In a recent blog post, Google announced the expansion of its Confidential Computing Portfolio with the addition of Confidential Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Nodes. Furthermore, the public cloud vendor will make Confidential Virtual Machines (VMs) publically available. By Steef-Jan Wiggers...

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