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AWS Graviton Weekly # 26 was out yesterday…

Let's see what happened in the last week related to AWS Graviton and @awscloud Silicon in general

#AWS #Serverless #cloud #awsgraviton #awsgravitonweekly
​🗞️ @AWS EC2 C7g instances are now available in additional regions…

#AWS #cloud #awsgraviton #awsgravitonweekly
🗞️ ​Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) adds support for MongoDB 5.0 wire protocol and client-side field-level encryption…

#AWS #cloud #awsgraviton #awsgravitonweekly
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At the beginning of February 2022, #Biden warned that "if #Russia invades #Ukraine with tanks and troops, then there will be no more #NordStream2"
#ItsDone #NordStream: Fourth leak found as Russia and West trade blame over alleged sabotage of gas pipeline | Sep 29
- #EU and #US have stopped to directly accusing Russia, a #Kremlin official was rebuked after hinting that #Washington was #responsible.
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#programming with a fellow #dev can be more productive than you can envision!
#Containers provide an unparallel lift for #AI and #MachineLearning
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A #DevOps Engineer follows the entire software development cycle, from beginning to deployment and beyond. They use tools like version control systems, Infrastructure as a Code Service, and cloud computing services to improve efficiency and reliability. #software #engineering
DevOps Engineers use tools like Jenkins and Docker to automate the software development and deployment process, ensuring that updates and new features are delivered quickly and consistently. #DevOps #automation #continuousintegration
In the modern era, microservices architecture and container tools like Docker and Kubernetes are crucial for deploying and managing applications. DevOps Engineers must be skilled in these tools to effectively maintain systems. #DevOps #microservices #containers
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I was learning about the #docker network bridge; it is the default created when you create containers. 🙂💃🏾
This summarizes how two containers connect through the "bridge" network.
Nginx and Busybox container, doing a "wget" from the Busybox container.

#docker #containers
Thanks, @iximiuz, for giving me your feedback on this diagram :)
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🧵🧵 THREAD: 9 tips for successful #bioinformatics #projects 🧵🧵
1. Start by defining the aim, scope, and objectives of your project, and by identifying the #biological and #computational questions you want to answer.
2. Identify the #data sources, types, and formats, that are relevant and available for your project, and evaluate their quality, quantity, and suitability.
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We found a Remote Code Execution vulnerability in every #PostgreSQL database in #IBMCloud 😱

Here is how we did it: 🧵

We set up a PostgreSQL instance in IBM Cloud and tried to execute code using the 'COPY FROM PROGRAM' statement. Unfortunately, this failed due to insufficient privileges. We were blocked! 🚫
We reviewed all IBM Cloud's proprietary functions that had the 'security definer' flag (meaning they will run as superuser). One of these functions had a SQL Injection vulnerability that we were able to exploit:
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The key points to prepare for your KCNA (Kubernetes and Cloud Native Associate) exam.

1. Understanding Kubernetes fundamentals such as Kubernetes resources, architecture, API, containers, and scheduling

(1/3) #Kubernetes #KCNA #CloudNative #DevOps #Containers #CNCF
2. Container orchestration concepts such as runtime, security, networking, service mesh, storage, and container orchestration fundamentals.

3. Cloud-native architecture such as autoscaling, serverless, community and governance, roles and personas, and open standards.

4. Cloud-native observabilities such as telemetry & observability, Prometheus, and cost management.

5. Cloud-native application deliveries such as application delivery fundamentals, GitOps, continuous integration, and continuous delivery/continuous deployment (CI/CD).

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📣 World containership fleet: what is the scrapping potential?
Container shipping markets are facing a severe risk of overcapacity in the coming years, with a total of 7.3 Mteu of newbuilding capacity, representing 28.3% of the existing cellular fleet, expected to hit...
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..the market by the end of 2025.

The years 2023 and 2024 alone will see a total of 5.1 M teu of newbuilding tonnage joining the fleet, with 2.3 Mteu expected next year and 2.8 Mteu due in 2024. By comparison, the containership fleet is expected to see only about 1.1 M...
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...of new capacity hitting the water in 2022, about the same as in the year before.
As the world edges toward what could be a lasting recession with an anticipated drop in seaborne trade, the market will likely not be able to absorb such a flood of newbuilding capacity.
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📣Record boxship deliveries forecast for 2023 and 2024 Image
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The global container ship #orderbook has continued to creep up since midyear, despite a weakening market sentiment. While container lines are still highly profitable, #freight rates and charter rates are now on a downward trajectory, indicating the market has peaked. Image
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Both freight and #vessel time charter rates are still high historically, but the general feeling is that the market is about to correct itself and normalize some time in 2023. Across many trade lanes, #cargo volumes are weakening, and spot rates are coming down swiftly.
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So, how does a container ship capsize at the dock?

1. Sea Eagle is not a container ship but a general cargo vessel designed to carry oversized and non-standard cargo. Plus, she is small, only 88 meters (260 ft) in length and can carry 256 TEUs...
2. She appears to be loaded with 40, if not 45 foot containers on her main deck. These containers can carry up to 30 tons. This is significant for a ship that can only carry 4k tons of cargo.

3. At the start of the video, a pierside containers handler is removing a box...
3...It appears all the containers on the stbd side have been removed along with the top boxes of the next inboard row.

4. This would shift the center of gravity to the port side (where the containers remain) & center of buoyancy to the stbd side (light side)
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What the Ship!
July 20, 2022

Updates on Previous Stories
1⃣Supply Chain & Rise in US Container Imports
2⃣Brazil, Bulkers & China's Mineral Resource Group
3⃣US Energy Exports Increase
4⃣Labor Strikes Around the World
5⃣ US Inland & Coastal Waters

1⃣ U.S. Container Imports Rise in June as Congestion Shifts East

H/T @gCaptain @theloadstar


#supplychain #ports #rail #containers…
2⃣ Fertilizer Inflation Forces Overhaul of Brazil Ports, Railways

H/T @gCaptain @business @BloombergNRG


#bulk #fertilizer #sugar #ore #china #australia…
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💡Are you ready for to start building microservices and containerized apps?

🎉Azure Container Apps is ready for production, and here's all the info you need to get started... 🧵

#MSBuild #containers #azure cc:@AzContainerApp
Starting from scratch, you can use:

🖥️A sample image
💻 Your own image
‍💻 Code on your machine

Plus use private or public registries & use the Azure portal, CLI, or an editor!

#MSBuild #containers #azure
🗣️Learn to enable communication between microservices


#MSBuild #containers #azure
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Como entender volumes no Docker e fazer o melhor uso para experimentar em ambiente de desenvolvimento, *painless*

👉 Mastering Docker Volumes { by @leandronsp } from @hashnode

#docker #containers #linux…
E pra quem ainda não viu, tenho mais 2 artigos sobre Docker

1. "Thinking like containers"…

2. "Docker in development, the right way"…
"ah blz fera, mas como faz deploy no GCP com Kubernetes e Pulumi usando essas paradas aí de IaC?"

👉 Rodando NGINX no Google Kubernetes Engine utilizando IaC com Pulumi e Typescript *em 7 passos*, a thread
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#buildinpublic #automation #startups

At the request of @alistairswilson, here is my present #OpenSource Tech Stack!

Many of these are #Nocode/#Lowcode tools that make your life a lot easier.

So grab a cup of coffee & settle into:

Top 20 Solutions in My Tech Stack
🧵 👇
1. n8n (#Automation)
What it is: Connects different systems together and automates the tasks.

How I use it: How don't I use it?! Automated emails. Hardware Endpoint. API creation. System monitor.

Twitter: @n8n_io
2. Bitwarden (#Password Safe, #Security)
What it is: Safely stores & remembers your passwords so you don't have to.

How I use it: I have over 2000 username & password pairs. This remembers the very long passwords I create!

Twitter: @Bitwarden
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Why Kubernetes ♾

Why Companies are shifting towards Kubernetes ☸️🧑🏻‍🍳

Case Study🧵👇
Problem (part-1)🚀
The Docker adoption has grown exponentially so it's important to use a container orchestration platform to scale and manage your containers.
Part-2 🚀
Imagine a situation where there are no orchestration tools. You have used docker and deployed it on few servers. Your application starts getting massive traffic. You need to scale up.
How will you know which container should go where , what if a container fails?
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Cloud-Native Learn-by-Doing Platforms (part 2) ✏️

I closely reviewed 10+ platforms providing a hands-on learning experience to study:

- Linux
- Containers
- Orchestration
- other Cloud-Native stuff

My findings (thread) 🔽

#kubernetes #docker #containers #linux #sre #devops
1. A Cloud Guru (acloudguru .com)

A really massive platform for individuals and businesses.

- 360+ courses and 1,600+ hands-on labs
- Clouds: AWS, GCP, etc.
- Tech: Kubernetes, Docker, Serverless

- Servers
- Temporary cloud accounts

2. Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift (developers.redhat .com/developer-sandbox)

A free platform with a private OpenShift playground:
7 GB RAM, 15GB storage 🔥

Almost no educational content, but combines well with kubebyexample .com.
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🧵 M E G A T H R E A D

Check out all of my amazing threads that cover various topics like #JavaScript, #React, my favourite podcasts and many more...

👇#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbie
Thread #1: This is the place where you can find most of the amazing resources, tutorials, code snippets, tips and tricks about #JavaScript. Happy Coding Days 😎

👇#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbie #React
Thread #2: This is the place where you can learn most of the thing about #React. Find out some of the best resources, tutorials, code snippets, tips and tricks to enhance your React skills.

👇#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbie #JavaScript #ReactHooks
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Excited for my first re:Invent and getting ready for the @ajassy keynote coming up!

#awsreinvent #AWS #cloud
Loving the opening music act 🎸
Zach Person is the musician playing, so awesome...

Here is his Instagram -
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We are just starting our session @hasgeek. @abh1sek talking about data breaches and how they happen.…

Join the live stream on the webpage.

Thank you @hasgeek for giving us this amazing platform to talk about what we love most #datasecurity #appsec
Agenda for the session
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Love the simplicity of #Serverless #FaaS (Function-as-a-Service) but hate the setup process? Look to these 7 open source projects to ease #AWS Lambda deployments:
#BigData #StreamingAnalytics #Cloud #DataScience #MachineLearning #IFTTT #EventDriven #AI
13 free tools for #API design, development, & testing — for example, Amazon API Gateway allows you to build front-end APIs for applications built on Amazon EC2, #AWS Lambda, or any web application:
#microservices #cloud #serverless #FaaS #coding #IoT
#IFTTT alternatives for developers of #EventDriven workflows:
#IoT #EdgeAnalytics #EdgeComputing #Microservices #DataScience #BigData #FaaS #ML
+See the book “AWS Lambda in Action: Event-driven #Serverless Applications” at
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Migrations in #infrastructure and in engineering product teams as a whole are inevitable. If you have built something which is no longer serving its purpose, the people building it mostly would have built it to satisfy the earlier required use cases and not overengineering (1/n)
It's often helpful to work with 1 or 2 of the most challenging teams, work with them to build, evolve and migrate to the newer system, creating a sense of confidence, reliability around what you are building, in the process having covered most of the edge cases if not all. (2/n)
It's suggested not to start with an easy team while starting the migration, as this creates a false sense of security. The idea is to build automation, using the earlier experience, to migrate these easy services to the newer system, as this helps in future migrations. (3/n)
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If you can, don't try managing your own @kubernetesio clusters. It can become a huge engineering effort in itself very quickly. If the core business product is not around providing infrastructure to others, using #kubernetes solutions provided by cloud providers is not a bad idea
There are exceptions of course, but most of the times you wouldn't require switching out components in the control plane, or installing custom #CNI plugins out of the plethora, these would be taken off your plate and then you can focus on solving other things in your plate.
If someone on a small team brings #Kubernetes expertise to the table, it is worth considering. Otherwise, if you're at the stage where your team is focusing on building the product, then #k8s is probably going to end up being a distraction.
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