Another *aaS announcement starts our day as the Google Cloud Platform announces beta availability of Node.js on Google App Engine. Heroku talks about what they had to do in order to patch all of their servers due to the recent glibc security advisory. It is an interesting view into what a company like Heroku needs […]

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Leading the day we have GoDaddy and their announcement of the availability of their Cloud Servers and Applications. GoDaddy has been trying to clean up their image and get into more technical hosting, so this follows what I have seen in the recent past. I am not sure if it is a great idea to […]

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It was a fairly light weekend, but there is still plenty of good reading. At Twitter, they talk about observability, where they give us a technical overview of what they are doing. On Keeping It Classless, we get an interesting post about test-driven network automation. It is odd to see test automation in the world of […]

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Another security issue leads our day. Arstechnica reports on a bunch of stolen certificates that allow hackers to bypass code-signing. It is an interesting story and makes you wonder about the real benefits of code-signing. On Amazon Big Data we get a great post about analyzing time series data in real-time with AWS Lambda, Amazon […]

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I haven’t highlighted security issues in the past few days, so clearly we were due. First, Troy Hunt has an interesting post on how your personal data is passed around when using “free” services. Mattias Geniar reports on a few remote code execution issues for Git. Definitely read the post to get into the details. […]

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