Mon.Dec 04, 2023

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From Docker Swarm to Kubernetes: Transitioning and Scaling

DZone

In the ever-evolving landscape of container orchestration, the shift from Docker Swarm to Kubernetes has become a significant trend. As organizations seek more robust, scalable, and reliable solutions for deploying and managing containerized applications , Kubernetes emerges as the clear frontrunner. This article delves into the nuances of transitioning from Docker Swarm to Kubernetes, focusing on best practices, strategic considerations, and the scaling advantages Kubernetes offers.

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Enhanced AI model observability with Dynatrace and Traceloop OpenLLMetry

Dynatrace

“Engineers today lack an easy way to track the tokens and prompt usage of their LLM applications in production. By using OpenLLMetry and Dynatrace, anyone can get complete visibility into their system, including gen-AI parts with 5 minutes of work.” Nir Gazit, CEO and Co-Founder Traceloop Why AI model observability matters The adoption of LLMs has surged across various industries, particularly since the introduction of OpenAI’s GPT model.

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Kubernetes DaemonSet: Practical Guide to Monitoring in Kubernetes

DZone

As teams moved their deployment infrastructure to containers, monitoring and logging methods changed a lot. Storing logs in containers or VMs just doesn’t make sense – they’re both way too ephemeral for that. This is where solutions like Kubernetes DaemonSet come in. Since pods are ephemeral as well, managing Kubernetes logs is challenging. That’s why it makes sense to collect logs from every node and send them to some sort of central location outside the Kubernetes cluster for persistence and l

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LinkedIn Migrates Espresso to HTTP2 and Reduces Connections by 88% and Latency by 75%

InfoQ

LinkedIn was able to dramatically improve the scalability and performance of its Espresso database by migrating it from HTTP1.1 to HTTP2, resulting in a reduction in the number of connections, latency, and garbage collection times. To achieve these gains, the team had to optimize the Netty’s default HTTP2 stack to make it fit their needs.

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Accelerate Innovation by Shifting Left FinOps, Part 3

DZone

Now that we have understood the importance of cost models and how to create and refine cost models, it's time to start to optimize our workload components. Any workload deployment and architecture contains the key components that are depicted in the architecture diagram given below. All the layers of the architecture provide opportunities for cost optimization.

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Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL 16.1, Percona Distribution for MySQL 8.1.0: Release Roundup December 4, 2023

Percona

Percona is a leading provider of unbiased, performance-first, open source database solutions that allow organizations to easily, securely, and affordably maintain business agility, minimize risks, and stay competitive, free from vendor lock-in. Percona software is designed for peak performance, uncompromised security, limitless scalability, and disaster-proofed availability.

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Harnessing the Power of APIs: Shaping Product Roadmaps and Elevating User Experiences through Authentication

DZone

In the dynamic landscape of digital product development, APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) have emerged as indispensable tools that not only connect systems but also play a pivotal role in shaping product roadmaps. In this exploration, we will unravel the multifaceted impact of APIs on product strategies and delve into how astute product managers can leverage authentication to elevate user experiences.

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Automate JBoss Web Server Deployment With the Red Hat Certified Content Collection for JWS

DZone

According to several sources we queried, more than 33 percent of the world's web servers are running Apache Tomcat, while other sources show that it's 48 percent of application servers. Some of these instances have been containerized over the years, but many still run in the traditional setup of a virtual machine with Linux. Red Hat JBoss Web Server (JWS) combines a web server (Apache HTTPD), a servlet engine (Apache Tomcat), and modules for load balancing (mod_jk and mod_cluster).

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Mobile INP performance: The elephant in the room

Speed Curve

Earlier this year, when Google announced that Interaction to Next Paint (INP) will replace First Input Delay (FID) as the responsiveness metric in Core Web Vitals in *gulp* March of 2024, we had a lot to say about it. (TLDR: FID doesn't correlate with real user behavior, so we don't endorse it as a meaningful metric.) Our stance hasn't changed much since then.

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