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Super simple command-line deployments for nodejs, static sites, and Docker containers. Even less setup than Heroku.
hosting  cloud  serverless 
7 hours ago by tobym
Using Kubernetes to deploy a chat gateway (or when technology works like it’s supposed to)
People who still think K8s is "just a scheduler" simple do not understand the system. Not that deeply understanding it is critical, but the primitives K8s gives you are extremely broad and encompass many aspects of dealing with distributed systems.
kubernetes  cloud  deployment 
12 hours ago by vonc
sovereign/sovereign: A set of Ansible playbooks to build and maintain your own private cloud: email, calendar, contacts, file sync, IRC bouncer, VPN, and more.
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
cloud  email  ansible  hosting  sysadmin  linux  server  devops  opensource  vpn  proc 
22 hours ago by Spark
Confluent: Apache Kafka & Streaming Platform for the Enterprise
Confluent, founded by the creators of Apache Kafka, delivers a complete execution of Kafka for the Enterprise, to help you run your business in real time.
cloud  kafka  apache 
yesterday by ither
Cryptomator: Free Cloud Encryption for Dropbox & Others
Free client-side encryption for your cloud files. Open source software: No backdoors, no registration.
encryption  privacy  security  cloud 
yesterday by aldolat
As Kubernetes grows, a startup ecosystem develops in its wake | TechCrunch
For starters you need the big corporates to get behind it. In the case of Kuberentes, in a 6 week period last year in quick succession between July and the beginning of September, we saw some of the best known enterprise technology companies including AWS, Oracle, Microsoft, VMware and Pivotal all join the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), the professional organization behind the open source project. This was a signal that Kubernetes was becoming a standard of sorts for container orchestration.
trend  kubernetes  cloud  containers  container 
2 days ago by euler
Google Cloud Platform Blog: Introducing Asylo: an open-source framework for confidential computing
Asylo is an open-source framework and SDK for developing applications that run in trusted execution environments (TEEs). TEEs help defend against attacks targeting underlying layers of the stack, including the operating system, hypervisor, drivers, and firmware, by providing specialized execution environments known as “enclaves”. TEEs can also help mitigate the risk of being compromised by a malicious insider or an unauthorized third-party. Asylo includes features and services for encrypting sensitive communications and verifying the integrity of code running in enclaves, which help protect data and applications.
FOSS  cloud  container  Security  enclave  sandbox 
2 days ago by euler
VisualOps offers an intuitive and integrated approach to cloud application development and maintenance. Unlike traditional DevOps tools VisualOps incorporates a visual approach to streamline the process from design to automation, whilst ensuring that your app will always run exactly as you design it.
visualops  devops  aws  container  docker  mesos  sysadmin  configuration  automation  cloud  visual  service 
2 days ago by vicchow

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