Going Multi-Cloud with Google Cloud Endpoints and AWS Lambda

Cloud Endpoints enables you to develop, deploy, protect and monitor APIs based on the OpenAPI specification. Further, the API for your application can run on backends such as App Engine, Google Container Engine or Compute Engine.AWS Lambda can automatically run code in response to events in other AWS services. For example, you can configure an AWS Lambda function to fire when an object is added to an Amazon S3 bucket, when a notification comes into an Amazon SNS topic or to process records in a DynamoDB Stream.In this blog, we’ll create a Cloud Endpoints API and invoke it from an AWS Lambda function. You can download the complete source code for this sample from GitHub. Read on to learn how to implement this solution.
Setting up Cloud Endpoints
The first step toward implementing the solution is to deploy Cloud Endpoints APIs on App Engine flexible environment. GCP documentation contains excellent Quick

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Linux 4.11 Delayed For a Week

Linux kernel creator Linus Torvalds said over the weekend that v4.11 version of Linux has hit a speed bump in the form of “NVMe power management that apparently causes problems on some machines.” The Register adds: “It’s not entirely clear what caused the [NVMe] issue (it wasn’t just limited to some NVMe hardware, but also particular platforms), but let’s test it.” Which sounds like a good idea, given that flash memory on the PCIe bus is increasingly mainstream. That problem and “a couple of really annoying” bugs mean that Torvalds has decided to do an eighth release candidate for Linux 4.11. “I did get fixes for the issues that popped up, so I could have released 4.11 as-is,” Torvalds wrote, “but it just doesn’t feel right.”

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How to get the classic Windows Defender back on Windows 10 Creators Update

Change can be good, but not always. While Windows 10 is a great operating system, many people would prefer to stay with Windows 7. Stick with what they know and like. Microsoft now views Windows as a service, which means Windows 10 gets updated and changed a couple of times a year. In the latest iteration of the new operating system, Microsoft replaced the old Windows Defender with a new Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app version. But if you don’t like this change, the good news is it’s easy to restore the classic version of Windows Defender. SEE ALSO: Microsoft… [Continue Reading]

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The Internet Archive will soon stop honoring robots.txt files

One of the fixtures of the modern web is the robots.txt file—a file intended to notify web-crawling robots what parts of web sites are off-limits to them, so as to avoid reindexing duplicate content or bandwidth-intensive large files. A number of search engines, such as Google, honor robots.txt restrictions, though there’s no technical reason they have to.
Until recently, the Internet Archive has also been honoring the instructions from robots.txt files—but this is just about to change. On the Internet Archive’s announcement blog, Mark Graham explains that robots.txt’s search-indexing functionality is increasingly at odds with the site’s mission to archive the web as it was.
Over time we have observed that the robots.txt files that are geared toward search engine crawlers do not necessarily serve our archival purposes.  Internet Archive’s goal is to create complete “snapshots” of web pages, including the duplicate content and the large versions of files.  We have also seen an upsurge

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