Azure Friday | Open Service Broker for Azure

Hey friends, I’m Scott and it’s Azure Friday. I’m talking to Sean McKenna about the open service broker for Azure.>>That’s right. >>I’ve been doing some stuff with Kubernetes recently, I’ve been building Kubernetes clusters at my house.>>Yep.>>Sounds like this is something for me, but also for other systems.>>Yeah, exactly so a little bit of history, […]

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MemberCentral replaced hardware load balancers with NGINX Plus

Member Central serves associations. Professional associations, the type of associations you normally pay dues to belong to. We do website hosting, event management, as well as member management, so essentially like a CRM for the association. We were having problems with our hardware load balancer so we decided we wanted a front end proxy in […]

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Democratizing innovation with open hardware: Gabriella Levine at TEDxNavesink

Translator: Brian Smiga Reviewer: Denise RQ Hi, I’m Gabriella Levine. I work as an artist and a technologist, and I build robots. Two things in my early childhood greatly affect what I do now. When I was eight, I had Lyme disease, and my summer started off as a bad one. I couldn’t go outside […]

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LPC2019 – Improving Route Scalability with Nexthop Objects

– All right, hello, everyone. My name’s David Ahern, and I’m gonna talk about the Linux routing API, and specifically some work that was done over the past couple of years, to improve scalability with managing routes. This idea of separating nexthops out of routes was something I first proposed like two years ago at […]

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