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Elasticsearch 5.5 now available on Amazon Elasticsearch Service

Your analytics and search applications can now benefit from support for Elasticsearch 5.5 and Kibana 5.5 in Amazon Elasticsearch Service. Elasticsearch is a popular search and analytics engine for log analytics, full text search, application monitoring, and more. Amazon Elasticsearch Service delivers Elasticsearch’s easy-to-use APIs and real-time capabilities along with...

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The Amazon Glacier console is now available in Japanese and Korean languages

Amazon Glacier is a secure, durable, and extremely low-cost storage service for data archiving and online backup. Today, AWS made the Amazon Glacier console available in Japanese and Korean languages. The availability of Glacier console in five languages—it was already available in English, French, and Chinese—reduces the need to have multilingual...

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[$] The challenges of supporting geolocation in WordPress

As much as we get addicted to mobile phones and online services, nobody (outside of cyberpunk fiction) actually lives online. That’s why maps, geolocation services, and geographic information systems (GISes) have come to play a bigger role onli… Continue Reading — [$] The challenges of...

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GnuCOBOL 2.2 released

Version 2.2 of the GNU COBOL compiler is out. Changes include a relicensing to GPLv3, a set of new intrinsic functions, a direct call interface for C functions, and more. Continue Reading — GnuCOBOL 2.2 released

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We have some questions to ask you about videos…

Above is the release video we created for the launch of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. And below is the video we made showcasing the best feature in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. You’re probably wondering why I’m sharing these with you. Well, you may have noticed that we stopped making Ubuntu...

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A Habitat Operator for Kubernetes

For the last several months, our friends over at Kinvolk have been working on a Habitat operator for Kubernetes. This operator lets you easily stand up Habitat built containers on Kubernetes, and take advantage of the features of the Habitat supervisor directly through the Kubernetes API....

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SUSE CaaS Platform – mi ez a felhajtás?

Akik már használtak konténertechnológiát, azok többsége szerint önmagában egy konténermotor nem elég ahhoz, hogy egy azonnal használatra kész, konténeralapú terméket kapjunk. Szükség van többek között felügyeletre, automatizálásra, skálázhatóságra és lemezképekre. Arról már nem is beszélve, hogy bárhol lehessen futtatni a megoldást. A SUSE azért hozta létre...

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OpenShot 2.4 Released, Focuses on Stability

A new version of OpenShot, the crash-happy open-source non-linear video editor, is available to download. While the previous couple of releases were big on features the latest release is a “stability-focused release”, says project lead Jonathan Thomas. A few minor fixes elsewhere also slip in, including improved undo/redo history,...

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Cook: Security things in Linux v4.13

Kees Cook highlights the security-related changes in the 4.13 kernel. “Daniel Micay created a version of glibc’s FORTIFY_SOURCE compile-time and run-time protection for finding overflows in the common string (e.g. strcpy, strcmp) and memory (e.g. memcpy, memcmp) functions. The idea is that since the compiler already...

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