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    Take a look at Azure Monitor

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · 5 days ago - 11:00 edit

Cloud-native apps need a lot of monitoring. It’s not that they’re inherently unstable, but there are issues of concurrency and consistency in distributed application development that can give rise to bugs that are hard to trace and reproduce, especially when they’re built on a multitenant platform you can’t control. Things get harder to manage when you’re dealing with autoscaling or having services start on demand using serverless approaches like Azure Functions.

What’s needed is a native monitoring technology that’s baked into the platform along with the tools needed to work with that data, either analyzing logs and metrics or responding to that data automatically. It’s an approach that gives us the elements necessary to build both an observability platform and the levers to turn that into a modern control framework.

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    Windows Forms advances in .NET 6 but still needs work

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · 6 days ago - 18:57 edit

The runtime for Windows Forms, Microsoft’s UI framework for building Windows desktop applications, was spruced up with the recent release of .NET 6.0, although high-DPI and scaling issues remain to be resolved for the application.

In a bulletin on Windows Forms improvements published November 16, Microsoft said it had been working through the “high DPI space” trying to get Windows Forms applications to properly support PerMonitorV2 mode, a DPI awareness mode that allows applications to immediately render correctly whenever the DPI changes.

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    Build a cloud culture to attract and keep skilled people

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · 6 days ago - 11:00 edit

According to this recent report from Skillsoft , the expanding skills gap will continue to create the most issues during this time of rapid technological change, combined with the intense pressure on IT teams to deliver innovative solutions. The Skillsoft report reveals that 38% of IT decision-makers said that the rate of technological change outpaces their existing skills inventory. In other words, they want to be innovative to capture more market share, but they lack the right in-house skills to pull it off. About one-third of survey respondents (35%) also reported that this problem is compounded by their inability to attract qualified candidates.

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    How CI/CD is different for data science

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · 6 days ago - 11:00 edit

Agile programming is the most-used methodology that enables development teams to release their software into production, frequently to gather feedback and refine the underlying requirements. For agile to work in practice, however, processes are needed that allow the revised application to be built and released into production automatically—generally known as continuous integration/continuous deployment , or CI/CD. CI/CD enables software teams to build complex applications without running the risk of missing the initial requirements by regularly involving the actual users and iteratively incorporating their feedback.

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    Send Outlook email and Teams messages with R

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · 6 days ago - 10:59 edit

If you analyze data in R and share information via Microsoft 365, I have good news: There is an easy way to connect R with Outlook, Teams, OneDrive, and SharePoint. The Microsoft365R R package, developed by the Microsoft Azure team, includes functions to work with Microsoft 365 APIs from R.

Here we’ll walk through how to send Outlook email and Teams messages with R.

Microsoft365R is available on CRAN, so you can install it with install.packages("Microsoft365R") .

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    Stop saying open source nonsense

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · 7 days ago - 11:00 edit

We really need to stop it with posts intended to proffer the secret to open source success (TL;DR be like Confluent). It turns out that market dynamics determine the right model for a given company. The industry wasted a decade trying to ape the Red Hat model . It didn’t work. As Peter Levine, general partner at the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, wrote back in 2014 , there will never be another Red Hat. If he were to write that post today, he might also argue that there will never be another Confluent.

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    Learn to love the multitenant cloud

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · 7 days ago - 11:00 edit

Can you trust the public cloud? The answer, of course, is yes. The public cloud is, in many ways, safer than your own data center .

But doesn’t the fact that multiple customers share the same physical hardware create a safety concern? Isn’t any multitenant system inherently less secure?

What is multitenancy?

First, we should discuss what we mean by multitenant environments and what we mean by single-tenant environments. As you might suspect, the answer is not as clear-cut as it might seem.

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    GitHub will require 2FA for some NPM registry users

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · 7 days ago - 11:00 edit

In light of two recent security incidents impacting the popular NPM registry for JavaScript packages, GitHub will require 2FA (two-factor authentication) for maintainers and admins of popular packages on NPM.

The 2FA policy, intended to protect against account takeovers, will be put in place starting with a cohort of top packages in the first quarter of 2022, GitHub said in a bulletin published on November 15. GitHub became stewards of the registry after acquiring NPM in 2020 .

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