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QCon London 2017 in Full Gear: Talks from Jonas Bonér, Sachine Kulkarni & Martin Thompson

by Wesley Reisz on  Jan 17, 2017

With just under 50 days to go before QCon London 2017, tickets for the 11th annual technology conference hosted at the iconic Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center March 6-8 are moving quickly.

Google Introduces Cloud-Based Encryption Key Management Service

by Sergio De Simone on  Jan 16, 2017 1

Google has announced a new service for its Google Cloud Platform (GCP) that allows to create, use, rotate, and destroy symmetric encryption keys. Although the new Cloud Key Management Service (KMS) is integrated with Google's Cloud Identity Access Management and Cloud Audit Logging, keys managed using KMS can be also used independently.

Google Release Zipkin Integration with Stackdriver Trace for Tracing Distributed Applications

by Daniel Bryant on  Jan 15, 2017 1

Google Cloud Platform has released an open source Zipkin server that allows Zipkin-compatible clients to send traces to Google’s own Stackdriver Trace distributed tracing service for analysis. This Zipkin/Stackdriver Trace integration is aimed at developers whose applications and services are written in a language or framework that Stackdriver Trace doesn’t officially support.

Yahoo! Screwdriver–A CD Tool That Scales

by Abel Avram on  Jan 13, 2017

Yahoo! has open sourced Screwdriver, their CD tool used internally in production.

2017 State of Testing Survey

by Ben Linders on  Jan 09, 2017

The 2017 State of Testing survey aims to provide insights into how the testing profession develops. The survey is open throughout January 2017.

Multiple DNS Providers to Mitigate DDoS Attacks

by Hrishikesh Barua on  Jan 07, 2017

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks against Domain Name System (DNS) providers are increasing in number and scale with the proliferation of insecure IoT devices. While DNS providers have various methods of protecting themselves against such attacks, one of the ways for a website to protect itself is to use multiple DNS providers.

HashiCorp Release Terraform 0.8, Including an Interactive Console, and Vault and Nomad Providers

by Daniel Bryant on  Jan 04, 2017 1

HashiCorp has released v0.8 of Terraform, an open source tool that enables the building, combining and launching of programmable infrastructure providers such as Amazon Web Services, VMware vSphere, and UltraDNS. Major new functionality includes an interactive console, conditional values, and HashiCorp Vault and Nomad providers.

New Vaadin Spring Release Introduces Enhanced View Management

by Michael Redlich on  Dec 30, 2016

Vaadin, a polyglot framework for building web apps with UI components, released version 1.1 of their Vaadin Spring project featuring bug fixes and a new SpringNavigator class to enhance management of Vaadin Views. Matti Tahvonen, product marketing manager at Vaadin, spoke to InfoQ about this latest release including a discussion on how UIs fit into microservices.

GitLab 8.15 Introduces Auto Deploy and Web Terminal

by Sergio De Simone on  Dec 27, 2016

The latest GitLab version, 8.15, provides new CD/CI features aimed to automate deployments on a variety of platforms and to make it easier to reach your staging or production deployments through a command line interface.

Introducing Gradle Build Scans

by Michael Redlich on  Dec 23, 2016

At the Gradle Summit Conference this year, Gradle formally introduced the Build Scan tool, part of their new Cloud Services, for collaborating with project build information with developers. InfoQ spoke to Chris Beams, director of marketing at Gradle, about Gradle Cloud Services and build scans.

Netflix Conductor, an Orchestration Engine for Microservices

by Abel Avram on  Dec 20, 2016 2

Netflix has developed an orchestration engine called “Conductor”, and has used it internally in production for the last year . During this time they executed some 2.6 million process workflows, starting with linear ones and ending with dynamic ones running over multiple days. Now they have open sourced Conductor, making it available to all those interested in workflow orchestration.

AWS Expands Cloud to Canada, United Kingdom

by Richard Seroter on  Dec 19, 2016

Just days after the end of re:Invent, AWS shared news of further geographic expansion.  Amazon added locations in Montréal and London, representing the 15th and 16th regions of the AWS cloud.

Amazon Preview FPGA Enabled EC2 Instances

by Chris Swan on  Dec 19, 2016

Amongst the flurry of announcements at re:invent 2016 was the launch of a developer preview for a new F1 instance type. The F1 comes with one to eight high end Xilinx Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) to provide programmable hardware. The FPGAs are likely to be used for risk management, simulation, search and machine learning applications.

Kubernetes 1.5 Released with Improved StatefulSets and Alpha Support for Windows Server 2016

by Daniel Bryant on  Dec 18, 2016

The CNCF have released version 1.5 of the Kubernetes container orchestration system. Core improvements focus on beta functionality associated with deployment and scaling of stateful applications, and making it possible to perform cluster operations without disrupting applications. Alpha support has also been added for Windows Server 2016 nodes and the scheduling of Windows Server Containers.

Running Docker Containers Securely in Production

by Hrishikesh Barua on  Dec 17, 2016

Hardening Docker containers in production involves a combination of techniques including making them immutable, minimizing the attack surface and applying both standard Linux hardening procedures as well as ones that are specific to a container environment.

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