Article: Applying Chaos Engineering in Healthcare: Getting Started with Sensitive Workloads
MMS • Bruno Couriol
By Bruno Couriol
MMS • Hrishikesh Barua
The CNCF Technical Steering Committee (TOC) announced the acceptance of KubeEdge as an incubating project. KubeEdge is a platform that aims to provide “infrastructure support for network, application deployment and metadata synchronization between the cloud and edge devices” and uses Kubernetes as the underlying foundation.
By Hrishikesh Barua
MMS • Sergio De Simone
The vision for Swift to become a cross-platform programming language has moved one step further with the introduction of a Swift toolchain for Windows 10. Early adopters can now use Swift to create Windows 10 programs that interoperate through the C ABI with existing libraries available on the platform.
By Sergio De Simone
MMS • Folger Fonseca
Folger Fonseca shares his experience during the time of hypergrowth at N26, a mobile-first bank which was recently listed as the number one startup in Germany. He talks about the problems they (as engineers and tech leads) faced, the solutions that worked well and those which did not and how their technology adapted to demands of increasing scale and complexity.
By Folger Fonseca
MMS • Steef-Jan Wiggers
Recently Google announced several new features such as boot-screen diagnostics, auto-upgrade for Windows Server, new diagnostics tooling, and improved license reporting. Most of these updates are available in beta and intend to simplify troubleshooting problems, upgrading, and managing the license requirements of Windows workloads running on Google Cloud (GCP).
By Steef-Jan Wiggers