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LXD Weekly Status #35

Introduction This past week we’ve been focusing on a number of open pull requests, getting closer to merging improvements to our storage volume handling, unix char/block devices handling and the massive clustering branch that’s been cooking for a while. We’re hoping to see most of those...


InSpec 2.0 Cloud Resources Mini-Tutorial

InSpec 2 introduces the ability to test cloud resources for compliance in addition to the system and application-level resources that previously appeared in InSpec 1. In this tutorial, we’ll use InSpec to write a very simple control to check attributes on a virtual machine in Amazon...


Announcing InSpec 2.0

We are delighted to announce the availability of InSpec 2.0, the newest version of Chef’s open-source project for compliance automation. InSpec helps you express security and compliance requirements as code and incorporate it directly into the delivery process, eliminating ambiguity and manual processes to help you...


[$] BPF comes to firewalls

The Linux kernel currently supports two separate network packet-filtering mechanisms: iptables and nftables. For the last few years, it has been generally assumed that nftables would eventually replace the older iptables implementation; few peo… Continue Reading — [$] BPF comes to firewalls


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