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What’s the point: GitLab shifts CDN, LaunchDarkly pulls in cash, Puppet release, GitHub student giveaway

Source:-devclass.com GitLab has warned customers it is changing its CDN provider to Cloudflare, which might have some knockon effects for GitLab.com customers – self-managed customers will be unaffected. Users with a whitelists of sites will need to update them accordingly. Custom runner images or private runners could also be affected if they have any kind of caching of DNS or SSL certificates The company said the move would allow it to have CDN, WAF and DDOS protection through a single

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How to back up Kubernetes and Docker

Source:-networkworld.com You don’t have to back up everything about every container, but it’s important to back up configurations for running and managing them in case of disaster. Yes, your container infrastructure needs some type of backup. Kubernetes and Docker will not magically build themselves after a disaster. As discussed in a separate article, you don’t need to back up the running state of each container, but you will need to back up the configuration used to run and manage your

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Securing Kubernetes: Bug bounty program announced

Source:-zdnet.com Want to help lock down Kubernetes and make some money while you’re at it? The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has a new bug bounty program for you. Kubernetes, the container orchestration program, has become hotter than hot. Everyone — and I mean everyone — is adopting it. But with quarterly major updates and everyone rushing to deploy it, security is a real worry. Thus, the Kubernetes Product Security Committee, funded by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is launching

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CI/CD pipelines are expanding

Source:-sdtimes.com CI/CD pipelines are evolving as organizations identify opportunities to improve release velocity and as the industry considers what CI/CD pipelines should look like in the first place. Amalgam Insights recently released “The 2020 Guide to Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery: Process, Projects and Products.” In it, report author and research fellow Tom Petrocelli explains what basic and extended CI/CD pipelines involve. The “basic” CI/CD pipeline includes five processes, which are: merge, build, test, package and deploy. All of these

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Why Google Is an Underdog in the Cloud Race

Source:-fool.com Google owns the world’s largest search engine, web browser, and mobile operating system. Yet it controlled just 4% of the public cloud services market last year, according to Gartner. That put it in fourth place behind Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), and Alibaba — which controlled 48%, 16%, and 8% of that market, respectively. Google still believes that it can challenge Amazon and Microsoft to become one of the top two cloud players by 2023, according to The Information, but

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AWS month in review: An AWS re:Invent recap of overlooked roll outs

Source:-searchaws.techtarget.com At the 2019 re:Invent, AWS added a host of tools and features, raising the cloud provider’s portfolio to more than 175 services — many of which flew under the radar due to the sheer number of rollouts at the annual conference. Flashier announcements took up much of the spotlight at re:Invent, including the launch of AWS Outposts, AWS’ latest hybrid cloud play, and the preview of AWS Braket, a managed quantum computing service. AWS also looked to improve its

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Amazon, Google, Microsoft: Who had the best year in cloud in 2019?

Source:-theregister.co.uk Analysis Three technology giants continued to dominate cloud computing in 2019, with each bringing in some interesting tools to play with as they sprawled over smaller players. The big picture did not change radically in 2019. All the big three cloud providers (or big four if you consider Alibaba’s growth in East Asia) continued to grow at a dramatic pace. In the quarter ending September 30 2019, AWS reported 34 per cent revenue growth and Microsoft Azure 59 per

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SD Times news digest: Magellan 2.0, GitHub Enterprise on AWS Marketplace, and security patches for Git vulnerabilities

Source:-sdtimes.com Magellan 2.0 is a group of vulnerabilities that exist in SQLite and were verified to be able to exploit remote code execution in the Chromium render process. Users of SQLite as a component who haven’t updated the latest patch, or users of Chrome that are using versions prior to 79.0.3945.79 with WebSQL enabled may be affected. However, the team noted that it didn’t find the vulnerability to have a public full exploit code. More information is available here. GitHub

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DevOps in 2019: A Deeper Commitment to Github, Java and .Net

Source:-tprotoday.com Everything old was new again as developer mainstays Java and .Net got milestone upgrades and continued to engage with wholly Microsoft-owned Github. While change is constant, in the world of DevOps and software development, there are a lot of important things that remain the same. A decade ago, in 2009, Java and .NET dominated the development landscape. As we look back at software development and DevOps in 2019, it’s striking to note that both Java and .NET remain widely

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Version Control Hosting Software Market to Exhibit Impressive Growth during 2019 – 2026 | GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, Jfrog, Assembla, Helix Core, Beanstalk

Source:-ittechnologynews24.com Version control hosting solutions are products that host multiple code repositories in the cloud and integrate with, and often provide, online tools that enhance the use of version control systems. Version Control Hosting Software Market has been projected in a report added by IT Intelligence Markets. Titled “Global Version Control Hosting Software Market Size, Status and Forecast 2026,” the report has also foreseen another classification based on application, which includes suburban and rural areas, high-density urban areas, targeted outdoor

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