With the advent of Google Cloud, healthcare companies like Ascension are now leveraging public cloud infrastructure and services to build patient data repositories. Can we trust Google to act with integrity regarding our deeply sensitive health information?
As Joep Piscaer noted, something big happened over at Docker last week. This was undoubtedly one deal in two transactions, but it’s still a very interesting move. And dare I say an important one? Docker needs to survive. The core IP is just too valuable and widespread. Yet the company hasn’t been able to get “over the hump” in the enterprise market.
Alastair Cooke makes the case for changing the metaphor “Pets vs. Cattle’ to “Pets vs. Poultry” to be more in line with what we experience today.
TCP is the protocol that runs the Internet. So why are we acting against it in such a way as to make software cost a fortune to do something TCP does for free? Check out this post courtesy of Ivan Pepelnjak and Dan Hughes that talks about TCP being the most expensive part of your data center.
If you’re doing networking configuration the old fashioned way, you need to know how best to merge your configurations for your device. If you’re running Junos, make sure you check out Jeff Fry’s series here!
If you’re having issues with gathering enough information about your iOS 13 device connecting to the wireless network, make sure you check out George Stefanick’s overview of a new diagnostic utility.
Privacy and security were overlooked while designing the online tools we use today. We need security, now more than ever, as mountains of sensitive information is stored online. Thanks to Solutions Architects, our private data can be protected.
The darling of developers and DevOps professionals alike, GitHub has become THE platform for application lifecycle management, so what happens if it is unavailable for an extended period of time? Michael Cade, who knows a thing or two about data protection and disaster preparedness, has given this quite a bit of thought and has chronicled his efforts to ensure that all of his hard work will not be lost should GitHub be unavailable for a prolonged period of time.
Ever wondered why the MTU for Ethernet is 1500 bytes? Ivan Pepelnjak teaches us a bit about why we have this relic of the early days of networking still hanging around in our lives today.
Sadly, the Datanauts podcast has come to an end. As it sometimes happens, opportunities crop up when we least expect them and force us to make tough choices. Find out what’s next for Ethan and Chris as they look forward to a bright future.