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Consul 0.7 Adds Atomic K/V Updates, ACL Replication and Improved Protocol Robustness

by Grischa Ekart on  Sep 22, 2016

Last week, Hashicorp released version 0.7 of Consul its open-source distributed service discovery and configuration tool. Tagged a "very large release", it introduces transactions for key/value updates, replication of ACLs across datacenters, improvements to its Raft and Gossip protocol implementations and optimisation of corresponding timings.

Jare.io, an Instant and Free CDN

by Hrishikesh Barua on  Apr 25, 2016

Jare.io, touted as a free Content Delivery Network (CDN), is essentially a wrapper over Amazon’s CloudFront.

Remotely Exploitable GlibC DNS Bug Discovered

by Alex Blewitt on  Feb 17, 2016 1

A recently discovered buffer overflow in the DNS resolution of GLibC, which has been present since 2008, has the potential to be remotely exploitable and crash a significant number of Linux applications. InfoQ investigates.

Rust 1.0 Alpha Released

by Jeff Martin on  Jan 14, 2015

The Rust programming language moves closer to its milestone 1.0 with the release of Rust 1.0 Alpha. It represents a marked improvement in code quality since the fall and provides interested developers a chance to use the language in a manner near its final 1.0 form.

Service Discovery with Consul

by Carlos Sanchez on  Jan 13, 2015

HashiCorp Consul is a solution for service discovery and configuration, designed to run distributed, highly available and scalable to thousands of nodes.

Amazon Route 53, a DNS Server in the Cloud

by Abel Avram on  Dec 06, 2010

Amazon is offering a new cloud service called Route 53 providing all the functionality needed to run a DNS server in their cloud without any maintenance overhead and using the pay-as-you-go model common to all AWS services.

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