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How to use the Kubernetes Ingress API

InfoWorld on 13/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

Kubernetes is seeing adoption across the tech industry and is on the path to become the de-facto orchestration platform for modern cloud service delivery. Kubernetes not only provides primitives for deploying microservices in the cloud but goes one step further, helping developers define interactions and manage the lifecycle for their APIs. The Ingress API in Kubernetes allows you to expose your microservice to the outside world and define routing policies for your north-south traffic, i.e. the traffic coming into your virtual data center. To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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6 Python libraries for parallel processing

InfoWorld on 13/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

Python is long on convenience and programmer-friendliness, but it isn’t the fastest programming language around. Some of its speed limitations are due to its default implementation, cPython, being single-threaded. That is, cPython doesn’t use more than one hardware thread at a time.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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GCC 10 series compilers arrive in major upgrade

InfoWorld on 12/05/2020 pm31 18:58:00

GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) 10.1, a major release of the platform, was published on May 7, 2020, with highlights including C++ 20 capabilities and C2X language support. C2X is the next major revision of the C language, due in 2022. Release notes for GCC 10 show that a multitude of C++ 20 features have been implemented including permitting inline-assembly in constexpr Functions and extending structured bindings. Also for C++ 20, GCC 10 permits conversions to arrays of unknown bound, allows trivial default initialization in constexpr contexts, adds the constinit keyword, and deprecates the volatile keyword.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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GitHub takes Visual Studio Code online

InfoWorld on 12/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

In his keynote at GitHub’s recent Satellite event, CEO Nat Friedman said, “In the age of social distancing, people are turning to social coding.” We’re working from home, using the tools built into GitHub to replace the gaps in our workflow that used to be filled with interactions with colleagues. Tools such as GitHub have become more than the place we store and share code. They’re now our virtual workplaces, encompassing more of our development workflows.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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Where to direct healthcare spending on cloud computing

InfoWorld on 12/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

Recently, a metropolitan hospital system was assessing the impact of COVID-19 on its effectiveness in delivering care as well as on its business aspect. The patterns were pretty clear in terms of how healthcare had been delivered during the outbreak, and how it needs to change going forward to improve patient outcomes, for pandemic and nonpandemic health events.They found that information sharing around changing patterns of effective treatment of the virus was difficult, considering the reactive thinking around patient care for most hospitals at times when the emergency centers were stressed. The sharing of information around evolution of treatments was more passive than it should have been.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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The Internet of things in 2020: More vital than ever

InfoWorld on 11/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

Just when we needed it most, the internet of things is delivering gobs of data and remote device control across almost every industry, from healthcare to agriculture. Read the article
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How to use the options pattern in ASP.NET Core

InfoWorld on 11/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

When working in ASP.NET Core you will often specify your application’s settings, store them in some file, and then retrieve these settings when the application needs them. Typically, you would register your dependencies in the ConfigureServices method of the Startup class. You can specify your application’s settings in the appsettings.json or some other .json file and then take advantage of dependency injection through IOptions<T> to read these settings in your application.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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Open source projects take all kinds — well, some do

InfoWorld on 11/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

Not every open source project lead agrees with Rich Felker, founder of the Musl project. As I covered recently, Felker puts a premium on users of Musl, even more than those that contribute code: “The users, the testers, the adopters, the bug reporters [are] so much more valuable than writing any code.”But don’t misunderstand him. Felker adds that even users who contribute back no code or bug fixes, or anything at all, are still valuable. That’s because they create demand that pushes other software to interoperate, and may fix interoperability with other software even if we never see it.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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How to choose a cloud IoT platform

InfoWorld on 11/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

IoT, the Internet of Things, is currently one of the most hyped concepts in the computing world. Cloud IoT platforms may even exceed IoT on the hype scale. Nevertheless, both have real applications and could become important to your business. In this article we’ll define IoT and cloud IoT platforms without too much technical detail, then discuss what you need from a cloud IoT platform and how to choose one. Tech Spotlight: The internet of things How IoT is becoming the pulse of healthcare (Computerworld) How IoT changes your threat model: 4 key considerations (CSO) IoT analytics: Reaping value from IoT data (CIO) IoT down on the farm: Drones and sensors for better yields (Network World) The simple explanation of IoT is that it is physical... Read the article
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Open source projects take all kinds

InfoWorld on 11/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

Not every open source project lead agrees with Rich Felker, founder of the Musl project. As I covered recently, Felker puts a premium on users of Musl, even more than those that contribute code: “The users, the testers, the adopters, the bug reporters [are] so much more valuable than writing any code.”But don’t misunderstand him. Felker adds that even users who contribute back no code or bug fixes, or anything at all, are still valuable. That’s because they create demand that pushes other software to interoperate, and may fix interoperability with other software even if we never see it.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article

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