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Kubernetes Cluster vs Master Node

What is a Cluster? In Software engineering, a cluster resembles a group of nodes that work together to distribute the work load. Additionally clustering helps in fault tolerance, by having a cluster acting as a secondary (backup) to a primary cluster. What is Master Node in...

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Now Available: Chef Automate Source Code!

I’m extremely excited to announce that, for the first time ever, all of the source code for Chef Automate is now open-sourced under the Apache 2.0 license. This further fulfills the changes we announced earlier in April. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Chef Automate...

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Getting an Edge on Point of Service

Save money and lock down your POS environment with SUSE Manager for Retail A Point of Service (POS) network is a highly specialized environment that requires specialized tools. Traditional solutions depend on proprietary hardware running proprietary software that limits flexibility and enforces vendor lock-in. An alternative approach is...

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[$] Avoiding page reference-count overflows

The 5.1-rc5 announcement mentioned “changes all over” and highlighted a number of the areas that had been touched. One thing that was not mentioned there was the addition of four patches fixing a security-related issue in the core memory-manage… Continue Reading — [$] Avoiding page...

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[$] Avoiding page reference-count overflows

The 5.1-rc5 announcement mentioned “changes all over” and highlighted a number of the areas that had been touched. One thing that was not mentioned there was the addition of four patches fixing a security-related issue in the core memory-manage… Continue Reading — [$] Avoiding page...

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[$] Avoiding page reference-count overflows

The 5.1-rc5 announcement mentioned “changes all over” and highlighted a number of the areas that had been touched. One thing that was not mentioned there was the addition of four patches fixing a security-related issue in the core memory-manage… Continue Reading — [$] Avoiding page...

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Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 574

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 574 for the week of April 7 – 13, 2019. The full version of this issue is available here. In this issue we cover: Disco Dingo (19.04) Final Freeze Welcome New Members and Developers Ubuntu Stats Hot in Support...

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An eBPF overview series from Collabora

Adrian Ratiu is posting a series of articles on the Collabora blog digging into the kernel’s eBPF subsystem. The first two parts are available now: an introduction and a look at the virtual machine. “eBPF is a RISC register machine with a tota… Continue Reading...

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