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Introduction to KVM, SR-IOV, and Exploring the Advantages of SR-IOV in KVM Environments

DZone

Additionally, its standing development history since 2006 ensures a stable virtualization platform. Its scalability is another feature; it can dynamically adapt to support an increasing number of VMs, facilitating the implementation of cloud infrastructures.

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Diving Deep on S3 Consistency

All Things Distributed

I recently posted about Amazon S3 and how it’s evolved over the last 15 years since we launched the service in 2006 as “storage for the internet.” ” We built S3 because we knew customers wanted to store backups, videos, and images for applications like e-commerce web sites.

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Digital first, and always: Five critical metrics for measuring customer experience at federal agencies

Dynatrace

This memo arrives at a time when citizen satisfaction with U.S. government services has reached a general decline in recent years. According to research from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) , the ACSI “score” for government services is 66.3, down from a high of 72.3 The website satisfaction score is 69, which is also on the decline.

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Happy 15th Birthday Amazon S3 -- the service that started it all

All Things Distributed

Back when S3 launched on March 14, 2006 (also known as “Pi Day” to some), iPhones didn’t exist, neither did tweets or likes, Facebook was still only used by a few colleges and universities, and you couldn’t hail a ride or order lunch with an app. 15 years is a long time in the world of technology.

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Detecting RegreSSHion with Dynatrace (CVE-2024-6387)

Dynatrace

. ” To our knowledge as of writing this article, no properly working exploits have been created.

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The Performance Golden Rule Revisited

Tim Kadlec

Revisiting the golden rule Way back in 2006, Tenni Theurer first wrote about the 80 / 20 rule as it applied web performance. In the thread, Steve Souders suggested that someone should revisit the Golden Rule to see if it still holds for today. I was curious, so I figured I would oblige.

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Percona Live ONLINE: MySQL on Google Cloud: War and Peace! by Akshay Suryawanshi & Jeremy Cole

Percona Community

Shopify is an online and on-premise commerce platform, founded in 2006. This session at Percona Live ONLINE was presented by Akshay Suryawanshi, Senior Production Engineer at Shopify, and Jeremy Cole, Senior Staff Production Engineer - Datastores at Shopify.

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