Tag: Open source
SSH tunneling explained
Posted on October 18, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length medium
In this post author will cover different tunneling features as supported by OpenSSH, which helps achieve security use cases such as remote web service access without exposing port on the internet, accessing server behind NAT, exposing local port to the internet. OpenSSH is the most widely used open-source SSH server. It comes pre-installed by default with the vast majority of Linux distributions. By Sakshyam Shah.
Observing gRPC-based microservices on Amazon EKS running Istio
Posted on September 8, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Observing a gRPC-based Kubernetes application using Jaeger, Zipkin, Prometheus, Grafana, and Kiali on Amazon EKS running Istio service mesh. By Gary A. Stafford.
How to make your first contribution to Open-Source? A Beginner's guide
Posted on August 8, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length short
I know that you might be thinking: is this blog really help you to start your open-source journey? By Roli Gautam.
Blender Bot 2.0: Open source chatbot that builds long-term memory and searches the internet
Posted on July 23, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Facebook AI Research has built and open-sourced BlenderBot 2.0, the first chatbot that can simultaneously build long-term memory it can continually access, search the internet for timely information. By Facebook.
Greykite: A flexible, intuitive, and fast forecasting library
Posted on May 29, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
In this blog post, we introduce the Greykite library, an open source Python library developed to support LinkedIn's forecasting needs. Its main forecasting algorithm, called Silverkite, is fast, accurate, and intuitive, making it suitable for interactive and automated forecasting at scale. Co-authors: Reza Hosseini, Albert Chen, Kaixu Yang, Sayan Patra, Rachit Arora, and Parvez Ahammad.
Introducing Kubewarden, an open source policy engine
Posted on May 28, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Security has always been a wide and complex topic. A recent survey from StackRox about the state of containers and Kubernetes security provides some interesting data on these topics. By Flavio Castelli.
Application request tracing with Traefik and Jaeger on Kubernetes
Posted on March 10, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length short
This is the third in a series of articles on site reliability engineering (SRE) and how Traefik can help supply the monitoring and visibility that are necessary to maintain application health. By Neil McAllister.
How to Create REST API with Azure Functions and Serverless Framework
Posted on March 9, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length short
With the recent updates to the serverless-azure-functions plugin, it is now easier than ever to create, deploy and maintain a real-world REST API running on Azure Functions. This post will walk you through the first few steps of doing that. By Tanner Barlow.
Online payments using the new Web Payment APIs
Posted on March 8, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
The Payment Request API and the Payment Handler API are a set of new W3C web standard being introduced to make payments easier on a website. It is aimed at standardizing and providing a consistent user experience for payments for both end-users and for merchants. By Deepu K Sasidharan, Developer Advocate, Adyen.
Integrating Apache Kafka into your CI/CD with Jenkins & Lenses
Posted on March 2, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
This tutorial will illustrate how you can integrate Lenses into your Jenkins CI/CD using the lenses-cli. The Lenses CLI allows you to manage your Apache Kafka environment using a single unified and secure API across all Kafka components (Kafka Brokers, Zookeepers, Kafka Connect, Schema Registry etc.). By Mihalis Tsoukalos.
Prooph, top enterprise aware PHP CQRS and Event Sourcing components
Posted on February 27, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Prooph is an enterprise-ready PHP CQRS and Event Sourcing packages for PHP with support for the most famous PHP web frameworks. If you are not familiar with CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation), it's first described by Greg Young in 2010 and it's basically a design pattern used in enterprise and microservices architecture to separate read and writes in your data layer. By Hatem Ben Yacoub.
Open sourcing the Netflix Domain Graph Service Framework: GraphQL for Spring Boot
Posted on February 12, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length medium