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Accelerate Cloud-Native Apps with Automation

2021-01-14 KENNETH 0

Accelerate Cloud-Native Apps with Automation Since you’re reading this blog, no doubt you’re aware that automation is essential to delivering modern digital experiences. It enables agility at a pace that isn’t possible with human hands, reduces downtime and errors, and lets developers focus on the things that give them joy. 73% of organizations are automating network operations to boost efficiency, and perhaps nowhere is automation more prevalent than in public clouds. At NGINX, not only do we love automation, but we also know that it’s considered a must‑have by our customers and community. Our solutions can be incorporated seamlessly into DevOps workflows using APIs and we’ve made extensive development investments in official Ansible roles and collections. In this blog we explore four ways you can automate NGINX technologies in the public cloud. We use AWS as the sample cloud, but [ more… ]

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New Windows devices at CES elevate modern work and gaming, showcase tech for good

2021-01-14 KENNETH 0

New Windows devices at CES elevate modern work and gaming, showcase tech for good Coming off a year that brought everyone’s priorities into focus, the all-digital CES 2021 was a powerful reflection of the importance of devices in peoples’ daily lives. The digital conference gathered global brands online to share ideas and introduce products that will define the future of the tech industry. This week, we’ve seen innovative PCs, gaming consoles, tablets, Microsoft Teams Room systems and other devices that will make it even easier to work, learn, shop, stream, play and connect in any scenario. Devices designed to empower people This year’s event was the perfect illustration of Microsoft’s belief that modern tech empowers everyone to do more. The intelligent cloud and the intelligent edge are not only transforming how we work, but also serving as a force for [ more… ]

CES 2021: Latest lineup from ASUS includes ROG Flow X13 and ZenBook Pro Duo with ScreenPad Plus

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CES 2021: Latest lineup from ASUS includes ROG Flow X13 and ZenBook Pro Duo with ScreenPad Plus At CES 2021, ASUS announced its latest lineup of laptops, displays and entertainment solutions at its “Be Ahead” virtual launch event. Among the Windows 10 devices unveiled: The ROG Flow X13, the first 2-in-1 convertible ROG gaming laptop, and the ROG XG Mobile, an ultraportable external GPU that augments the Flow X13’s gaming performance and connectivity. The Flow X13 arrives in an ultraslim 13-inch body with up to an 8-core AMD Ryzen 9 5980HS CPU and dedicated GeForce GTX 1650 GPU, which provides the performance needed for demanding workloads and enables strong performance in the latest games. Up to 32GB of memory provides smooth multitasking. A PCIe SSD provides high performance and up to 1TB of capacity, giving users ample storage space for games and professional portfolios. A 360-degree hinge maximizes touchscreen viewing and interaction, quickly flipping from laptop mode into positions for gaming, drawing and presenting. You can also take advantage [ more… ]

Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21292

2021-01-14 KENNETH 0

Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21292 Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21292 (RS_PRERELEASE) to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. This build is being offered to ALL Insiders in the Dev Channel. All Insiders in the Dev Channel will now receive the same build going forward. What’s new in Build 21292 Improvements to news and interests on the taskbar Thanks for all the feedback on news and interests, which we announced in last week’s blog post. The team has been reading it all! We’re continuing to improve the experience and this week are happy to announce a handful of fixes: We fixed multiple issues impacting performance and reliability. We fixed an issue where an empty flyout would be shown after opening news and interests. We fixed an issue where the text on [ more… ]

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How to investigate Microsoft Edge’s memory usage on Windows

2021-01-14 KENNETH 0

How to investigate Microsoft Edge’s memory usage on Windows Performance is essential to your success, which makes it core to ours. To help ensure the browser doesn’t slow you down, we always keep performance in mind as we continue to improve Microsoft Edge. However, for the times that your browser isn’t running as expected, we want to help you understand how Microsoft Edge is using the resources on your device and when Microsoft Edge’s resource usage is unusually high so you can get back to what you want to get done. How Microsoft Edge thinks about memory usage The memory usage of a browser can be looked at in many ways and is dependent on several factors. Here, for Microsoft Edge, the memory metrics that we are most interested in are commit and private working set. Commit is the total amount of private memory allocations made by a process. Each process’s commit is separate, [ more… ]