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Only DevSecOps can save the metaverse

The vast metaverse will also be vast in terms of code, accelerating the demand for supply chain security, automated scanning and testing, and continuous updates.

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Review: YugabyteDB does PostgreSQL proud

YugabyteDB 2.13 is a highly scalable, distributed version of PostgreSQL that combines compelling ideas from Google Cloud Spanner and Amazon Aurora—and serves as a Cassandra-compatible database too.

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How to build changeable cloud solutions

The agility and speed to market that cloud computing offers don't just happen. Systems need to be architected to easily accommodate change.

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9 questions you should ask about your cloud security

Businesses often lack critical insights into the security of their cloud environment. Here are nine questions business leaders need to ask—and cloud security teams need to answer.

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Google Firebase expands Extensions to become more customizable

Google is extending its Firebase software development platform to allow developers to customize pre-built code extensions themselves.

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Why Google Cloud is battling AWS, Azure, in the red-hot PostgreSQL market

Google Cloud's AlloyDB for PostgreSQL has moved into public preview, and as a Postgres-compatible, fully managed DBaaS (database-as-a-service), will take on offerings from AWS and Microsoft in the hot PostgreSQL market.

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RHEL 9 features edge management, container rollback

First production release built from CentOS Stream also introduces Microsoft SQL Server role and protection against hardware-level security vulnerabilities.

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Understanding Flatcar Container Linux

Kinvolk’s Flatcar is Microsoft’s latest Linux. What is it and what should you use it for?

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Do your AWS deployments match your Terraform definitions? Use SQL to find out.

For belt-and-suspenders security and compliance, use SQL to query your Terraform files in the same way you query your AWS, Azure, or GCP services.

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Docker Desktop comes to Linux, adds extensions SDK

Docker Extensions allow Docker Desktop to integrate with a wide range of partner tools for software supply chain security, CI/CD, Kubernetes deployment, and more.

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Cloudflare Workers for Platforms aims for more programmable web

Cloudflare Workers for Platforms provides a set of tools and an API standard that would allow developers to customize any web application.

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How to figure out the value of cloud computing

Even with finops and other monitoring and governance tools, finding cloud's true ROI isn't easy. Start with the metrics of success for your specific situation.

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How the UK Department for Work and Pensions cut deployment times to 15 minutes

The UK government body is starting to build a central developer platform on top of Red Hat technology to enable engineers to deploy more quickly and regularly, regardless of the underlying infrastructure.

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Leaving cloud scalability to automation

Autoscaling in the cloud can ensure organizations always have resources, but sometimes it's a lazy and expensive decision.

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Will JavaScript containers overtake Linux containers?

Node.js and Deno creator Ryan Dahl believes the majority of web services might be simplified by using JavaScript containers, rather than Linux containers.

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MongoDB CTO: What today’s developers need to succeed

MongoDB CTO Mark Porter discusses relational snobbery, the triumph of JSON, the importance of trust, how companies mismanage developers, and how the third tier needs to evolve.

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GitHub will require two-factor authentication for all coders

All users who contribute code to GitHub-hosted repositories must enable one or more forms of 2FA by the end of 2023.

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Pulumi extends infrastructure as code support for Java and YAML

The infrastructure as code vendor is adding support for Java and YAML as it aims to provide developers with universal coverage across programming languages and infrastructure types.

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