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"We must create an atmosphere in which the dishonest officer fears the honest one, and not the other way around" Frank Serpico Image
Thank you Doctor King for this sermon that changed my life,
And thank you all for standing with @Johnheretohelp
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Here’s why aperiodic quasicrystals are important- They enable one of the few forms of unbreakable encryption.

The existence of aperiodic quasicrystals in the real world proves their style of tiling can be used as a reliably reproducible quantified framework model.
You can allow two nodes to become “acquainted” with an irrational series of events which require knowledge of the entire series in order to map out its order (because there was no rational logic underpinning the order’s origin).
This is different from a pre-shared key. With a PSK, there is a finite character space from which the key is set. That means the key *can* be guessed by simply exhausting all possibilities.
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A good comparison between @ThanosMetrics and #cortex and the trade off which each one makes. #DevOpsDaysIndia Image
One of the good things to hear was that @ThanosMetrics and #cortex would sort of merge going forward. #DevOpsDaysIndia
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Tinder moved to #Kubernetes and @EnvoyProxy, is averaging appx 50 containers, 15 pods per node. Interesting for a few reasons from my perspective
#1/ Bigger nodes running many containers is not so rare. At @signalfx we are seeing this more and more in the field. Is it too early to say that #Mainframe is making a comeback? #MillenialMainframe #GenerationM
#2/ "One reason we were able to move so quickly was due to the rich metrics we were able to easily integrate"
Seeing this everywhere. You can't fly a #jetplane without instruments and you can't run advanced #infrastructure without great #observability and #metrics
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