Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.6 Previews New Technology

ServerWatch: Red Hat released the latest incremental update of its OpenShift container platform on August 9, providing users with new capabilities taken from the upstream open-source Kubernetes 1.6 release.


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Show HN: Run Code Snippets in Any Language Inside Your Blog

Luke, how many stars are there in these galaxies?
There is nothing like an interactive exercice to make a learning experience memorable. Today, technical blogs and websites could benefit from runnable code snippets so readers could see the output live in their browser. This kind of snippet is usually limited to a handful of languages. Tech.io’s widget is not.
The Problem
Meet Jane.
Jane is doing her usual daily skim through HackerNews. While reading articles, she often comes across code snippets used to help readers understand the programming concepts of the article. What if Jane could just hit a “run” button and see how the code works all within the same article? Consuming technical knowledge would be more interactive and enjoyable.
In the article What’s New in C# 7.0, Jane learns first how to use out variables.
Out Variables as explained in the article “What’s New in C# 7.0”
Out variables are really useful, but Jane’s fresh eyes


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Announcing the Coco Framework for enterprise blockchain networks

Blockchain is a transformational technology with the potential to extend digital transformation beyond a company’s four walls and into the processes it shares with suppliers, customers and partners. A growing number of enterprises are investing in blockchain as a secure and transparent way to digitally track the ownership of assets across trust boundaries and to collaborate on shared business processes, opening up new opportunities for cross-organizational collaboration and imaginative new business models. Microsoft is committed to bringing blockchain to the enterprise—and is working with customers, partners, and the blockchain community to continue advancing its enterprise readiness. Our mission is to help companies thrive in this new era of secure multi-party computation by delivering open, scalable platforms and services that any company—from ledger startups to retailers to health providers to global banks—can use to improved shared business processes. As enterprises look to apply blockchain technology to meet their business needs, they’ve


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Serverless: A lesson learned the hard way

After writing an article about my first experience with serverless architecture, I felt pretty good about what I’ve learned and achieved. However, what happened to me the next morning left me with sour taste in my mouth. After 2 weeks’ holiday I got up this morning and got ready for work. I checked my mails and messages, took a shower and ate breakfast – you know, the daily routine. Then, at 7:43 I received a budget notification from Amazon. At this point, you can already guess what happened. At first glance, it doesn’t seem like much. With $83.28 forecasted, I expected an actual total of about 5$ or less. I quickly logged into the Amazon console, went straight to billing and was greeted with a whopping $800 forecasted cost and a $180 actual cost. I was left with a light headed feeling, it’s a lot of money for me –


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Microsoft announces open source Coco Framework to speed up enterprise blockchain adoption

Microsoft has today announced Coco Framework, a means of simplifying the adoption of blockchain protocol technology. The aim is to speed up the adoption of blockchain-based systems in the enterprise, whilst simultaneously increasing privacy. Coco — short for Confidential Consortium — will be available in 2018, and Microsoft will be making the technology open source to help increase uptake. Intel is working with Microsoft as a hardware and software partner, and Coco Framework features Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) to improve transaction speed at scale. The framework is compatible with Ethereum, but Microsoft envisions it being used across financial… [Continue Reading]


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Slack moves to integrate with EMM for enterprise security

Slack has enabled integration with more than a dozen enterprise mobility management (EMM) platforms in order to offer security and policy management features to its four-year old, cloud-based messaging application.The messaging platform provider worked with AppConfig, an open standards group, which allowed Slack to integrate through a set of APIs with 21 EMM vendors.Slack said it also worked more closely with three EMM providers – VMware Airwatch, MobileIron, and Blackberry Good – “to ensure a smooth experience for our joint customers.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here


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Microsoft unveils technology to speed up blockchain and its adoption

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp is working on technology that it believes can make blockchain-based systems faster and more private, as it looks to speed up use of the distributed database software by enterprises.


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Torvalds: I’ve pulled this, but if problems, ext4 is going on my shit-list

FromLinus Torvalds DateSun, 6 Aug 2017 12:39:23 -0700SubjectRe: [GIT PULL] ext4 bug fixes for 4.13On Sun, Aug 6, 2017 at 12:27 PM, Theodore Ts’o wrote:>> A large number of ext4 bug fixes and cleanups for v4.13A couple of these appear to be neither cleanups nor fixes. And a lotof them appear to be very recent.I’ve pulled this, but if I hear about problems, ext4 is going to be onmy shit-list, and you’d better be a *lot* more careful about pullrequests. Because this is not ok.Linus


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