Glen Knight

NYC Based IT Professional

AWS Week in Review – August 15, 2022

I love the AWS Twitch channel for watching interesting online live shows such as AWS On Air, Containers from the Couch, and Serverless Office Hours. Last week, AWS Storage Day 2022 was hosted virtually on the AWS Twitch channel and covered recent announcements and insights that address customers’ needs to reduce and optimize storage costs and build data resiliency […]

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Dynatrace Extends Reach of Application Security Module

Dynatrace has extended the Application Security Module it provides for its observability platform to protect against vulnerabilities in runtime environments, including the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), Node.js runtime and .NET CLR. In addition, Dynatrace has extended its support to applications built using the Go programming language. The Dynatrace Application Security Module leverages existing Dynatrace tracing […]

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The Rogers Outage of 2022: Takeaways for SREs

When, eight years from now, folks are creating lists of the top IT incidents of the 2020s, there’s a good chance that they’ll include the Rogers outage of 2022. The failure, which made internet and cellular network service unavailable for more than 12 million users across Canada, was one of the most significant outages in […]

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5 Ways to Prevent an Outage

In today’s always-on, ever-connected world, we all expect 100% availability. What gets in the way of this? The devil is in the details. Over time, everything breaks:  Disks, nodes, containers, networks, DNS servers and configuration issues can all lead to major outages. Amazon’s 13 minutes of downtime in August 2021 translated to almost $5 million […]

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The Value of Commercial Value

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Techstrong TV: Scratching the Surface of Testing Through AI

Mark, Torsten and Alan discuss the findings of the “Disrupting the Economics of Software Testing Through AI” report. The report identifies critical factors that hinder software engineering and DevOps teams including the escalating costs of quality control, and growing complexity associated with the increasing release velocity, number of smart devices, operating systems, and programming languages. […]

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Next-Level Tech: DevOps Meets CSOps

Operations are some of the most important aspects of an organization. In tech, DevOps has dominated the conversation due to its necessity in keeping up with the rate of building products, applications and infrastructure with code. DevOps encompasses much more than a team of developers; it is a culture, a set of practices and tools […]

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The Benefits of a Distributed Cloud

The way applications are created has changed dramatically in just a few short years. It’s now all about rapid assembly and integration; applications built using microservices and containerized. Containers and the cloud have certainly been the catalyst for this progress and will continue to be the infrastructure on which developers create new and innovative applications.  […]

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New – AWS Private 5G – Build Your Own Private Mobile Network

Back in the mid-1990’s, I had a young family and 5 or 6 PCs in the basement. One day my son Stephen and I bought a single box that contained a bunch of 3COM network cards, a hub, some drivers, and some cables, and spent a pleasant weekend setting up our first home LAN. Introducing […]

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Cycode Expands Scope of AppDev Security Platform

At the Black Hat USA 2022 conference, Cycode this week announced it has added static application security testing (SAST) and container scanning capabilities to its software composition analysis (SCA) platform that is based on a graph database. Amnon Even-Zohar, director of product management for Cycode, said the addition of these tools brings to eight the total […]

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