The internet, which hums with information that connects, informs, and entertains us, is the vitality of the twenty-first century. However, a complicated web of protocols, akin to gears operating behind the curtain, lurks under the surface of the relatively simple click-and-stream experience. Although one of these protocols, the ancient TCP, has been a good fit for us for many years, its shortcomings are becoming more noticeable as our online needs grow. Presenting QUIC, a groundbreaking new protocol that aims to usher in a new age of speed and security for the internet.
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Kubernetes is the undisputed monarch of container orchestration in the dynamic world of cloud computing. And in this domain, Canonical Kubernetes rides to the rescue with a powerful trifecta of cost-effectiveness, adaptability, and security.
Whether you’re a novice or an experienced cloud fighter, this blog post will help you grasp the power of Canonical Kubernetes. We’ll examine its fundamental ideas, examine its special advantages, and provide you with the know-how to harness its potential for your cloud-native projects.
The open-source software defined storage (SDS) colossus, Ceph, has long been praised for its versatility, scalability, and strong feature set. But creating and maintaining a Ceph cluster, especially for small-scale deployments, may be a difficult undertaking best left to storage experts and experienced system administrators. Introducing MicroCeph, an opinionated and streamlined implementation of Ceph that seeks to enable everyone to use this potent storage solution.
Imagine being able to effortlessly manage a fully functional Ceph cluster with only a few finger snaps. That is MicroCeph’s magic. It uses Snaps, a safe and independent Linux packaging standard, to provide a pre-setup, pre-optimized Ceph experience. Forget about laborious orchestration, complicated daemons, and manual configuration; MicroCeph handles everything, from deployment to continuing management.
In the modern digital world, speed is everything. Instant gratification is what users want, and applications have to deal with heavy workloads and constant traffic. Oracle databases frequently take the brunt of this performance worry because they are the foundation of many important systems. Thankfully, Oracle Database has a powerful tool in its toolbox: True Cache, a cutting-edge in-memory caching solution that can optimize database performance and boost application performance.
The Kubeflow project is dedicated to making deployments of machine learning (ML) workflows on Kubernetes simple, portable and scalable.
Inside the dynamic realm of cloud computing, virtualization is king. And the essential component of network management is at the center of this virtualized world. Then along comes OVN (Open Virtual Network), a potent open-source program that streamlines and makes virtual network development and management easier.
Direct NFS is a networking protocol that allows Oracle Database to directly access Network File System (NFS) storage without the need for an operating system. This can significantly increase Oracle workload performance and scalability, especially for workloads that demand high throughput and low latency.
Event driven automation is a type of automation that is triggered by events. Events can be anything from a user clicking a button to a system generating an alert. When an event occurs, the automation platform takes a predefined action.
VMFS corruption is one of disasters which happening you might lost both service and data. vSphere On-Disk Metadata Analyzer (VOMA) would help you to fix some issues on VMFS and repair metadata.
Virtual Machine Identification (VMID or VM-ID) is a technology for tracking virtual machine I/O between virtual machine and SAN target. VM-ID can be used by hypervisor and FC switch to trace generated I/O by specific VM. As result, we can optimize whole SAN area for VI workload and non-VI workloads would be achieved.
Kata Containers offers method of container deployment with more security. Security is one biggest challenge about containers and containers has lower level of security compared to virtual machines. Because virtual machines are isolated from each other, but containers can’t provide isolation same as virtual machines.
SmartOS is a live OS. What does it mean? SmartOS always boot from removable media and network. There is no need to use disk capacity for itself.
Lockdown mode could be useful to achieved maximum restriction to ESXi hosts. Let’s decide to activate lockdown mode in VMware vSphere together at this post.
DELL EMC PowerProtect Appliance has two types currently. We’ll review difference between two types at this post.