Articles and News
Thinking Through What Can Go Badly With Databases on ZFS
In this blog post, Chris Siebenmann explains the consequences of not tuning ZFS to match your database’s requirements.
How SUSE Builds Its Enterprise Linux Distribution
This series of posts provides insight into the SUSE product development and the upcoming merge of the SLE and openSUSE Leap.
Error Budgets and the Legacy of Herbert Heinrich
The author points out shortcomings of error-budget-based approaches in SRE.
PostgreSQL on ARM-based AWS EC2 Instances: Is It Any Good?
Percona compared the price-performance of PostgreSQL on x86 and ARM AWS EC2 instances.
#percona #database-performance #postgresql #aws
New Year, New Red Hat Enterprise Linux Programs: Easier Ways To Access RHEL
»The Individual Developer subscription for RHEL can be used in production for up to 16 systems.«
OpenSSH Keys and The Drunken Bishop
»Have you ever wondered what the random art or visual fingerprint is all about when creating OpenSSH keys or connecting to OpenSSH servers?« This post gives you the answer.
#openssh #algorithm #drunken-bishop
How We Ported Linux to the M1
This article describes how Corellium, already familiar with Apple’s mobile SoCs, boots Linux on Apple silicon.
#m1 #apple-silicon #linux
»Seven new vulnerabilities are being disclosed in common DNS software dnsmasq, reminiscent of 2008 weaknesses in Internet DNS Architecture.«
#dns #network #security
Fulfilling the Promise of CI/CD
Everybody is talking about CI/CD, although nearly nobody is practicing the CD part of CI/CD.
#continuous-integration #ci-cd #continuous-delivery
Projects and Releases
W3C Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 3.0 Working Draft
The first public working draft of the W3C Accessibility Guidelines 3.0 was released.
Version 21.0 of pip drops support for Python 2.
#python #pip #type:release
Stepping Up for a Truly Open Source Elasticsearch
AWS is going to create and maintain an ALv2-licensed fork of open source Elasticsearch and Kibana.
#aws #elastic #elasticsearch #kibana
Raspberry Pi Pico
»Raspberry Pi Pico is a tiny, fast, and versatile board built using RP2040, a brand new microcontroller chip designed by Raspberry Pi in the UK.«
Snort 3 was rewritten from scratch and is available now after seven years of development.
#snort #ids #ips
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