CoreOS and Redspread Join to Extend Kubernetes

Earlier today, we announced that Redspread has joined the CoreOS team. With their popular open source projects and upstream work in the Kubernetes community, we are thrilled to add their expertise to our growing team of Kubernetes practitioners and developers at CoreOS.
Over the past year, the movement towards a modern application infrastructure based on distributed containers has gained momentum and at this point is undeniable. We at CoreOS are genuinely excited that our mission to deliver GIFEE is coming to fruition.
But as the movement marches on, challenges arise as more and more enterprises adopt this new way of building and deploying business critical applications. One of the largest challenges is the management of a cluster of containers across teams and across environments. We believe Kubernetes is paramount to simplifying these challenges and ultimately ushering in the age of GIFEE. So, with the combined goal of enabling reproducible Kubernetes deployments and


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Now Open – AWS US East (Ohio) Region

As part of our ongoing plan to expand the AWS footprint, I am happy to announce that our new US East (Ohio) Region is now available. In conjunction with the existing US East (Northern Virginia) Region, AWS customers in the Eastern part of the United States have fast, low-latency access to the suite of AWS infrastructure services.
The DetailsThe new Ohio Region supports Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and related services including Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS), Amazon Virtual Private Cloud, Auto Scaling, Elastic Load Balancing, NAT Gateway, Spot Instances, and Dedicated Hosts.
It also supports (deep breath) Amazon API Gateway, Amazon Aurora, AWS Certificate Manager (ACM), AWS CloudFormation, Amazon CloudFront, AWS CloudHSM, Amazon CloudWatch (including CloudWatch Events and CloudWatch Logs), AWS CloudTrail, AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodeDeploy, AWS CodePipeline, AWS Config, AWS Database Migration Service, AWS Direct Connect, Amazon DynamoDB, EC2 Container Registy, Amazon ECS, Amazon Elastic File System, Amazon


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Disney Open Source

jss-api-gem
The ruby-jss project provides the JSS module, a Ruby framework for interacting with the REST API of the JAMF Software Server (JSS), the core of the Casper Suite, from JAMF Software, LLC. The module abstracts API objects as Ruby classes, which interact to allow simpler automation of Casper-related tasks.


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AWS launches region in Ohio

 Amazon’s AWS cloud computing service today announced launched a region in Ohio. The aptly-named “US East (Ohio) Region” brings Amazon’s total region count to 14. The region will feature three separate availability zones for increased fault tolerance. AWS now offers 38 availability zones across its data centers.
Amazon’s CTO Werner Vogels noted in today’s… Read More


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RPi Compute Module 3 revealed, tapped for NEC signage

After NEC said it will use the 64-bit RPi Compute Module 3 in its signage displays, the COM’s data sheet was posted, revealing eMMC and SD models. On Oct. 10, NEC Display Solutions Europe announced it would produce a series of digital signage display computers equipped with the upcoming Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, which […]


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rclone syncs cloud storage files from the command line

Rclone is an open-source command line tool which enables copying and syncing data to and from a host of popular cloud storage providers. Supported technologies include Google Drive, Amazon S3, Openstack Swift / Rackspace cloud files / Memset Memstore, Dropbox, Google Cloud Storage, Amazon Drive, Microsoft One Drive, Hubic, Backblaze B2, Yandex, and — if all else fails – your local file system. Rclone is convenient to use, just a single executable, configuration file and “readme”. Copy it to a USB stick and you’ll be able to work with your cloud files anywhere. Setup is simpler than you might expect.… [Continue Reading]


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This map shows Wi-Fi information and passwords from airports around the world

Many years ago, I whiled away a long wait at a tiny airport by playing Snake on my Nokia phone. I literally did nothing for hours, except guide an ever-growing line around a small screen. These days, thankfully, there are much more entertaining diversions to be had on your phone. Free airport Wi-Fi has been a godsend for many a traveler over the years, but it’s not without its problems — you might need a password, and there could be restrictions in place to be aware of. Travel blogger and computer security engineer Anil Polat has put together a regularly… [Continue Reading]


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