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Microsoft Edge Made Available on Linux

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MMS Bruno Couriol

Article originally posted on InfoQ. Visit InfoQ

Microsoft recently announced the availability of the Microsoft Edge Dev Channel for Linux (initial preview release). The Edge browser is now available on all major operating systems, desktop and mobile. Enterprise developers, many of which use Linux, may now build and test web applications in their preferred platform. The move seeks to further position Edge as the browser for business.

By Bruno Couriol

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Presentation: Automating Chaos Attacks

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MMS Daniel Albuquerque Nikos Katirtzis

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Daniel Albuquerque, Nikos Katirtzis show how to run attacks in both manual and automated ways.

By Daniel Albuquerque, Nikos Katirtzis

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Presentation: Chaos Engineering: The Path to Reliability

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MMS Kolton Andrus

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Kolton Andrus shares examples of what works, what doesn’t, and what the future holds in using Chaos Engineering to build reliability in a system.

By Kolton Andrus

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Article: Building a Self-Service Cloud Services Brokerage at Scale

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MMS Will Kelly

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While not suitable for everyone, cloud brokerages are useful for large enterprises that want to improve their cloud management and operations. The article looks at planning and delivering a brokerage.

By Will Kelly

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Using Agile with a Data Science Team

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MMS Ben Linders

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Agile helped a data science team to better collaborate with their stakeholders and increase their productivity. As priorities became clear, the team was able to focus and deliver. Buy-in of the data science team by taking them through a journey of agile was crucial to making it work.

By Ben Linders

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DSC Thursday News, 26 Nov 2020

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DSC Thursday News, 26 Nov 2020

From the Editor’s Desk

Not all of DSC’s readership celebrates Thanksgiving this week, but nearly every culture on Earth does celebrate some form of harvest festival. The grains have been harvested, fruits and vegetables gathered and preserved, meats (for many cultures) cured and preserved against the coming winter snows or blustery rains. It is a time when families come together – virtually if not always physically, as 2020 has so amply proven – to share memories, catch up on how the kids (or grandkids) are growing up, and gather around the table to take in the fruits of one’s labor.

Such festivals are a time to take stock, to recognize the good things that happened in the year while learning from the bad. The role of data analytics can sometimes devolve into what’s the best algorithm or what techniques create the most lucid visualization, but it is always worth remembering that the end goal of such analytics is about understanding – about learning from the past and preparing for the future. If you cannot, at the end of a project, articulate what it is that you have learned from the analysis, then you didn’t really complete it. It is that understanding which differentiates good data analysis from bad.

Anyway, I have some dressing with my name on it to attend to. Enjoy, and as always, we are always looking for articles from you, our community, about the nature of data science, artificial intelligence, and the future of work.

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Microsoft Edge WebView2 Now Generally Available

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MMS Bruno Couriol

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After publishing last year a preview release of WebView2, a Chromium-based control to host web content within native Windows applications, Microsoft recently announced the general availability of WebView2 for production Win32 C/C++, .NET Framework, .NET Core, and .NET 5 applications. WebView2 provides two distribution models (evergreen/fixed) with a different update policy (automatic/manual).

By Bruno Couriol

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AWS Announces New Service: Amazon S3 Storage Lens

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MMS Steef-Jan Wiggers

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AWS announces a new service called Amazon S3 Storage Lens, which can provide customers with organization-wide visibility into their object storage usage and activity trends. With the service, they can understand what happens across their S3 Object Storage installations.

By Steef-Jan Wiggers

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BBC Online Going Serverless

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MMS Renato Losio

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In a recent article the BBC engineering team describes the work done moving BBC Online to the cloud and to a serverless deployment. Half of the BBC’s website is now rendered serverlessly with AWS Lambda.

By Renato Losio

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Article: Q&A on the Book Reinventing the Organization

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MMS Ben Linders Arthur Yeung Dave Ulrich

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The book Reinventing the Organization provides a framework of principles of practices that can help companies to deliver greater value in fast-moving markets. The authors explored some of today’s nimblest and fastest-growing large companies, looking at what goes on inside these companies and what’s outside: networks, partners, and the marketplace they want to dominate.

By Ben Linders, Arthur Yeung, Dave Ulrich

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