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Hassle-free management of your Kubernetes cluster in style using K9s

K9s is a tool that streamlines Kubernetes commands for microservices and container orchestration. It simplifies operations by providing a user-friendly interface with shortcuts. Installation is straightforward on Linux, macOS, and Windows platforms...

Hassle-free management of your Kubernetes cluster in style using K9s
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Composable Software Architectures are Trending: Here’s Why

Discover how composable architectures transform software development for enhanced flexibility, scalability, and innovation...

Composable Software Architectures are Trending: Here’s Why
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How to destroy your OS with tar

A dangerous case of tar archive unpacking..

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Amazon S3 will no longer charge for several HTTP error codes

Amazon S3 will now make unauthorized requests free of charge for customers. Bucket owners will not be charged for requests that return an HTTP 403 error response initiated from outside their AWS account. This change applies to all S3 buckets and all AWS Regions, including AWS GovCloud (US) and AWS C..

Amazon S3 will no longer charge for several HTTP error codes
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Podman–Pull images from Docker Hub

Docker Hub is a container registry used to find and share container images. Pulling images from Docker Hub can be done through Docker Desktop by using the command 'docker pull'. The same can be accomplished through Podman Desktop using the command 'podman pull'...

Podman–Pull images from Docker Hub
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How to Save Millions of Dollars in DynamoDB Cost

Storing large amount of data in DynamoDB has a high cost. Reducing this cost involves efficiently removing old entries and setting appropriate TTL values. Scanning large tables in DynamoDB presents challenges such as minimizing monetary and load costs while ensuring live traffic is not disrupted...

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Why Kubernetes Was a Mistake for My SaaS Business

Navigating the Pitfalls: Lessons Learned from Implementing Kubernetes in a Small SaaS Business..

Why Kubernetes Was a Mistake for My SaaS Business
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Kubernetes 1.30 Gets Better at Naming Things

After a few critical vulnerabilities were uncovered, Kubernetes got serious about securing pods with user namespaces. Also in the box: More granular container scaling...

Kubernetes 1.30 Gets Better at Naming Things
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Writing a Unix clone in about a month

The creator of Bunnix, a Unix-like operating system for x86_64 targets, spent 27 days working on the project. The kernel is primarily written in Hare and includes drivers for PCI, AHCI block devices, PS/2 keyboards, and more. Bunnix also features third-party software like Vim, gzip, and tcc, with a ..

Writing a Unix clone in about a month
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It looks a lot like VMware just lost a 24,000-VM customer

Global stock-market share registry operator Computershare is abandoning VMware due to concerns over Broadcom's latest licensing regime and price hikes. Computershare's CTO Kevin O’Connor revealed that the decision to migrate 24,000 VMs to Nutanix was driven by the significant increase in price quote..

It looks a lot like VMware just lost a 24,000-VM customer