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  1. In this workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of infrastructure-as-code through guided exercises. You will be introduced to Pulumi, an infrastructure-as-code platform, where you can use familiar programming languages to provision modern cloud infrastructure. This workshop is designed to help new users become familiar with the core concepts needed to effectively deploy resources on AWS. […] View the full article
  2. What's better than a giant room full of computers learning how to solve your problems? A giant room of computers all supplemented with GPUs to speed up those calculations. They're not just for games, anymore; GPUs are quickly becoming essential hardware for high performance computing and for cluster-based applications that crunch lots of numbers. On November 10, 11 AM PT, NVIDIA is hosting a Webinar explaining just what it looks like to run GPUs inside your Kubernetes cluster. Below is a further description of the event. You can register here. Building AI powered cloud native applications allows organizations to integrate and deploy innovative features faster, scale on-demand, and optimize operational cost. AI powered enterprise applications are one of the fastest growing workloads in the hybrid cloud as organizations develop and deploy in the cloud and scale it on-prem overtime in a consistent manner. The NVIDIA NGC catalog offers GPU-optimized AI software including framework containers and models that allow data scientists and developers to build their AI solutions faster. Red Hat OpenShift is a leading enterprise Kubernetes platform for Hybrid Cloud with integrated DevOps capabilities, enabling organizations globally to fast track AI projects from pilot to production. In this session you will learn to: Leverage the NVIDIA NGC catalog of GPU-optimized containers and models to build AI applications Take advantage of Red Hat OpenShift to automate and streamline the development, deployment, and management of intelligent apps that include AI models, also known as DevOps for MLOps Build a conversational AI solution, using BERT model with NGC and OpenShift on a public cloud Join us after the presentation for a live Q&A session. View the full article
  3. On June 10th, 2020, Lund University, Axis Communications and Debricked participated in a webinar arranged by Swedsoft’s Industrial Open Source Network on the theme of Open Source Software Security and Vulnerabilities. The webinar was taped and can be watched on YouTube – or read as presented in these abstracts. View the full article
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    Join Us for a Complimentary Live Webinar Sponsored by Datadog Live Webinar and Q&A: Better Reliability with Service Level Objectives (SLOs) 
Date/Time: Tuesday, November 10 • 10:00 - 10:50 am PST Cost: Free to attend
 Abstract Service Level Objectives (SLOs) are a measurement of the reliability and general experience your end users and customers can expect. In this talk, you’ll learn how to define SLOs by choosing the correct service level indicators (SLIs) and defining appropriate agreements with stakeholders. We’ll explain the key concept of error budgets, which give you a solid, actionable metric for balancing innovation and velocity with reliability and safety. You’ll also learn how to have meaningful conversations around realistic availability, which will enable you to define high quality SLOs for your own organization. This webinar is sponsored by Datadog and hosted by The Linux Foundation. Full Details & Registration
  5. Join Us for a Complimentary Live Webinar Sponsored by Snyk Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2020 Time: 9:00 – 9:50 am PST Cost: Free Abstract In the last few years, we’ve seen more and more responsibilities shift left – to development teams. With the widespread adoption of Kubernetes, we’re now seeing configurations become a developer issue first and foremost. This responsibility means that developers need to be aware of the security risks involved in their configurations. Just by themselves, those configuration security risks might not be so harmful. But with other vulnerable components in the production environment, like the libraries used in the application, or a malicious container, potential attackers can build a multi-steps attack vector, using all of these risks together. As developers, we should give the necessary attention to those risks, and make sure that our applications and clusters are as secure as possible. In this live hacking presentation, we demonstrate some of the key security issues that affect your Kubernetes configuration, including: SecurityContext pitfalls like Privileged pods Running pods without resource limitations We explain what they actually mean, what an attacker can do to your cluster, and how you can fix them. This webinar is sponsored by Snyk and hosted by The Linux Foundation. Full Details & Registration
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