Use GitLab runners on Kubernetes

In a new generation of software development, also known as Cloud Native, it simply requires pipelines to be successful. You need to have a comfort blanket for your development, which is the main why CD/CI are so prevalent in our industry now. There are multiple ways to create a standarized pipelne and luckily there is already some good starting points to get yourself bootstrapped.
Scope
This tutorial’s purpose is to teach you how to connect your IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service cluster to a hosted GitLab instance so that you can leverage your own infrastructure for continuous integration and continuous deployment.
Much of this tutorial is influenced by the official documentation from GitLab.
Prerequisites
Before you begin going through the steps in this tutorial, you will need the following:
A Kubernetes cluster on the IBM Cloud.
And an IP that your GitLab instance can reach.

An IBM Cloud CLI installed and configured on your work station.

Steps
Authenticate with the IBM


Original URL: https://developer.ibm.com/tutorials/use-gitlab-runners-on-kubernetes/

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New – Amazon S3 Batch Operations

AWS customers routinely store millions or billions of objects in individual Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) buckets, taking advantage of S3’s scale, durability, low cost, security, and storage options. These customers store images, videos, log files, backups, and other mission-critical data, and use S3 as a crucial part of their data storage strategy.
Batch Operations Today, I would like to tell you about Amazon S3 Batch Operations. You can use this new feature to easily process hundreds, millions, or billions of S3 objects in a simple and straightforward fashion. You can copy objects to another bucket, set tags or access control lists (ACLs), initiate a restore from Glacier, or invoke an AWS Lambda function on each one.
This feature builds on S3’s existing support for inventory reports (read my S3 Storage Management Update post to learn more), and can use the reports or CSV files to drive your batch operations.


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Drupal 8.7.0 is available

What’s new in Drupal 8.7.0?
This release introduces powerful features that will help us all take Drupal to a whole new level. The new stable JSON:API core module as well as the intuitive and accessible stable Layout Builder are game-changing.
Download Drupal 8.7.0
Layout Builder is stable
The Layout Builder module was originally introduced as an experimental module in Drupal 8.5.0. As of Drupal 8.7.0, Layout Builder is now stable and ready for production use! It provides a powerful, accessible, mobile-friendly page building tool that is fully compatible with revisions, workflows, and in-context previews.
The Layout Builder enables site builders to rapidly create layout templates for content that speed up the development process. It also permits content authors to easily customize individual pages with unique layouts.
The interface allows drag-and-drop management of your content blocks. It additionally supports keyboard controls and toggling the content preview on and off to give the content editor complete control of their experience


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Facebook updates PyTorch with a focus on production use

During last year’s F8 developer conference, Facebook announced the 1.0 launch of PyTorch, the company’s open-source deep learning platform. At this year’s F8, the company launched version 1.1. The small increase in version numbers belies the importance of this release, which focuses on making the tool more appropriate for production usage, including improvements to how the tool handles distributed training.
“What we’re seeing with PyTorch is an incredible moment internally at Facebook to ship it and then an echo of that externally with large companies,” Joe Spisak, Facebook AI’s product manager for PyTorch, told me. “Make no mistake, we’re not trying to monetize PyTorch […] but we want to see PyTorch have a community. And that community is starting to shift from a very research-centric community — and that continues to grow fast — into the production world.”
So with this release, the team and the more than 1,000 open-source committers that


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Fedora 30 Linux rolls out

ZDnet: You may know Fedora best as the cutting-edge Linux for the desktop, but these days, Fedora leads the way for Red Hat on containers, the server, the Internet of Things, and the cloud


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