Stable kernels 5.6.6, 5.5.19, 5.4.34, and 4.19.117 have been released. This is the last 5.5.y kernel and users should move to 5.6.y at this time. Users of the other series should upgrade to get the latest fixes. Continue Reading — Four stable kernels
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When using AWS IoT Events, you now have the option to define actions to write to AWS IoT SiteWise properties and Amazon DynamoDB tables. Previously, you could define actions to publish messages to six AWS services – AWS Lambda, Amazon Simple Queue… Continue Reading — AWS...
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A simple definition of “automation” is the use of mechanisms or technology to perform a task or procedure with minimal human assistance. I imagine that, like me, most people think of the Industrial Revolution of the 1800s or automotive manufacturing in the 1930s as the beginnings...
If you have had occasion to try out the new IAM (Identity and Access Management) rollout for Chef Automate, you are probably eager to connect projects, policies, users and teams to give your organization the fine-grained separation of control vital to your business. If you happen...
Oracle Achieves FedRAMP High Authorization for its Oracle Cloud Infrastructure-Government Cloud Offering
Press Release Oracle Achieves FedRAMP High Authorization for its Oracle Cloud Infrastructure-Government Cloud Offering Delivers a comprehensive and authorized cloud for protecting the U.S. government’s data Redwood Shores, … Continue Reading — Oracle Achieves FedRAMP High Authorization for its Oracle Cloud Infrastructure-Government Cloud Offering
The package webkit2gtk before version 2.28.1-1 is vulnerable to arbitrary code execution. Continue Reading — ArchLinux: 202004-17: webkit2gtk: arbitrary code execution>
An update that fixes one vulnerability is now available. Continue Reading — SUSE: 2020:1049-1 important: the Linux Kernel (Live Patch 10 for SLE 15 SP1)>