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Transitioning to DevOps: Advice from an NGINX Expert

2019-08-21 KENNETH 0

Transitioning to DevOps: Advice from an NGINX Expert Enterprises across the world today are becoming increasingly interested in leveraging DevOps to deliver applications and services at a fast pace. However, at most organizations, awareness of DevOps has remained confined to abstract principles rather than practical knowledge. There is a strong misunderstanding about the purpose of DevOps, and as a result many companies are far less confident in implementing agile operations on the ground. In this post we share advice from Kevin Jones, a Global Solutions Architect at NGINX and an expert on managing DevOps environments, on successfully transitioning to DevOps. Setting the Goals “What are we trying to achieve? Is it to modernize our applications? To transform our infrastructure to achieve agile development?” Those are the questions for organizations to ask about any transition towards DevOps, according to Kevin, who stresses [ more… ]

Windows Admin Center Preview 1908

2019-08-21 KENNETH 0

Windows Admin Center Preview 1908 Hello Windows Insiders, Thanks for staying up to date on the Windows Admin Center journey! You’ll start to see visual changes in this version as minor style updates to the Windows Admin Center UI, including a new, rich, entry page to the add connection experience: Other changes include: NEW TOOL! Packetmon: Packetmon is a new feature that will allow you to diagnose your server by capturing and displaying network traffic through the networking stack in a log that is filtered, organized, and easy to follow and manipulate. This release of Packetmon supports 19H1 and 19H2 builds. In later releases, Windows Server 2019 will be supported, the actual names of networking stack components will be displayed in the log, users will be able to filter the log by components & dropped packets, and users will be [ more… ]

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Announcing the Microsoft Edge Insider Bounty

2019-08-21 KENNETH 0

Announcing the Microsoft Edge Insider Bounty This week, we released the first Beta preview of the next version of Microsoft Edge. Alongside this, Microsoft is excited to announce the launch of the Microsoft Edge Insider Bounty Program. We welcome researchers to seek out and disclose any high impact vulnerabilities they may find in the next version of Microsoft Edge, based on … Announcing the Microsoft Edge Insider Bounty Read More » Source: Announcing the Microsoft Edge Insider Bounty

Collections is now available to test in the Canary channel

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Collections is now available to test in the Canary channel Today, we’re releasing an experimental preview of Collections for Microsoft Edge. We initially demoed this feature during the Microsoft Build 2019 conference keynote. Microsoft Edge Insiders can now try out an early version of Collections by enabling the experimental flag on Microsoft Edge preview builds starting in today’s Canary channel build. We designed Collections based on what you do on the web. It’s a general-purpose tool that adapts to the many roles that you all fill. If you’re a shopper, it will help you collect and compare items. If you’re an event or trip organizer, Collections will help pull together all your trip or event information as well as ideas to make your event or trip a success. If you’re a teacher or student, it will help you organize your [ more… ]

Introducing Microsoft Edge Beta: Be one of the first to try it now

2019-08-21 KENNETH 0

Introducing Microsoft Edge Beta: Be one of the first to try it now Today I’m thrilled to announce that a Beta release for the next version of Microsoft Edge is now available for all supported versions of Windows and macOS. Our goal with Microsoft Edge is to create better web compatibility with better performance for our customers while ensuring less fragmentation of the web for all web developers. Our community has been with us on this journey from the beginning and your feedback is making it possible to rapidly improve. To date, there have been more than one million downloads of our preview builds, across all supported versions of Windows and Mac, from which we have received more than 140,000 individual pieces of feedback. Thank you!   Now that the Beta channel for the next version of Microsoft Edge is available, I’d like to call on all [ more… ]