Technology

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Machine Learning Functions - Nuweba vs AWS Lambda

In this blog post, I will examine the performance of machine learning functions in AWS Lambda compared to Nuweba. In addition, I will demonstrate how to overcome the difficulties of deploying a simple Inception model to AWS Lambda to classify images using TensorFlow. Imagine you want to create a simple API endpoint that receives an image (uploaded or by URL) and outputs the detected class to the client using a trained AI model. Sounds pretty useful, right?

Observability: What Got You Here Won't Get You There

In the first wave of DevOps, practitioners embraced change to incorporate development into design and build processes. To successfully build the next generation of software, practitioners will need to catch the second wave of DevOps to focus on controlling and fine-tuning evolving architectures. Honeycomb CEO, Charity Majors, discusses how to ensure buildability, empower developers, and make a truly observable architecture that’s primed for success.
kong

Kong and codecentric AG Partner to Bring Kong Enterprise to Germany

Today, we’re announcing an exciting, new partnership with codecentric AG, a leading IT consultancy based in Germany. Through Kong’s growing Go-To-Market (GTM) Partner Program, Codecentric will help German companies accelerate their transition to microservices by adopting Kong Enterprise.

katalon

Katalon Smart Wait: A New Way to Handle Web Loading Issues

For those who are familiar with Selenium WebDriver, one of the most common features is the Wait command. These commands are handy in test scripts execution, or observing and troubleshooting issues that arise due to time lag. Wait commands are powerful — but they also come along with a big problem with timing due to front-end processing. Starting from version 7.0.0, we have introduced the Smart Wait feature that helps you handle Selenium wait issues without any additional test scripts.

smartbear

Study Finds That Code Quality Doesn't Influence Pull-Request Approvals

Pull requests are a staple of open source software. Someone finds a bug or inefficiency within a section of code, and they can submit a “pull request” through Git to the repository owner. The owner can compare the new code versus the original, and if they agree it’s better off with the new code, it’s in. Sounds like an open and shut case for high quality, right?

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Avoid DNS Outages: Decrease Downtime with DNS Monitoring

Cloudflare, Amazon, Microsoft, and Google are some of the largest managed Domain Name Server (DNS) service providers in the world. They are also just a few of the many DNS providers that have struggled with DNS outages. In fact, Cloudflare had an outage earlier this year due to a bad software deployment.

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6 Key Benefits of Microservices Architecture

One challenge for developers beginning a new project is choosing between monolithic and microservice architecture. According to Camunda research, 63% of enterprise level companies have taken steps to apply microservice architecture. Let’s take a closer look at the benefits and implementation of microservice architecture and why enterprise level companies, like Amazon, Netflix, and Uber, are choosing this architecture over traditional monolithic architecture?

smartbear

Third-Party Script Audit Checklist

The average website makes 20 JavaScript requests that transfer 410kb of data with each page load. This is according to HTTPArchive. Scripts are behind everything from analytics to advertising, so they affect everything. And now it’s easier than ever for non-technical users to insert these scripts – thanks to to Google Tag Manager and similar tools – without regard for the performance impact. It kills website speed.

kong

Securing Kubernetes Applications in 5 Minutes with Service Mesh

We announced the release of Kuma – a modern, universal control plane for service mesh back in September 2019. Since then, a roaring wave of community feedback and contribution has flooded the project. And that’s a good thing, so thank you to everyone who has given their time to helping Kuma grow. One recurring feedback we got was that the community was excited to see a platform-agnostic service mesh.