Maurice Kaag

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Build your own 3D printer for $50 and change

One major obstacle to the widespread adoption of 3D printing is cost. Not too many people are willing to shell out $300+ for a printer they know …

Arduino

Structured Logging

<i>This is another post triggered by writing The Art of Monitoring. You can join the mailing list on that site for further information and updates.</i><p>Most …

Structured logging with ELK - Part 2

Following on from Part 1, I'm going to talk about the importance of context, and some useful ways we've found of getting it into your logs. Then talk …

Top 10 Kickass Arduino Projects

The Arduino is a cheap electronics board that allows you to make your own electronics without a ton of coding experience. We love the Arduino, but …

Arduino

It’s actually open source software that’s eating the world

At Lightspeed we’ve been investing aggressively in open source software (OSS) businesses for the past 10 years. Recently, we’ve seen a significant increase in entrepreneurs pitching open source startups, and we’ve also seen greater competition for these deals. We pulled together some numbers in an …

Flapjack, monitoring notification routing + event processing

Composable<p><i>Flapjack</i> sits atop existing monitoring engines like Nagios and Sensu, processing events & detecting failures.<p>Routing + Rollup<p><i>Flapjack</i> …

wagl: Service Discovery for Docker Swarm

wagl is a DNS server which allows microservices running as containers on a distributed Docker Swarm cluster to find and talk to each other. It is …

3 Ways To Ramp Up Your Family's Online Security This Thanksgiving

Going home for the holidays? Or maybe your family’s coming to see you. Either way, between gorging yourself on turkey and talking about what you’re thankful for, you’re likely to have a bit of down time. Here are three things you can help your favorite aunts and uncles, parents and grandparents, …

Docker: Service Management Trumps Configuration Management

Docker – It’s Lighter, Is That Really Why It’s So Awesome?When docker started to hit so big, I have to admit I initially wondered why. The first …

Automating Our Infrastructure to Empower Engineers

Growing a business is hard and growing the engineering team to support that is arguably harder, but doing both of those without a stable …

What is a ‘unikernel’?

The post What is a ‘unikernel’? appeared first on ma.ttias.be.If you've been following the Devops Weekly newsletter, DevOps-like conferences or if …

Seamless Docker Multihost Overlay Networking on DigitalOcean With Machine, Swarm, and Compose ft. RethinkDB | I care, I share, I'm Nathan LeClaire.

There have been a lot of good articles popping up lately on the new Docker networking features and how to use them with existing Docker tools. So …

DevOps

New Netflix Tool Could Ease Cloud Deployment for Big Companies

Netflix, the streaming video giant, is quite the cloud jockey after developing a number software tools that it uses to run applications efficiently …

Docker Puts Focus On Container Security

Docker today announced three new security tools and features for containers at its DockerCon Europe conference in Barcelona.<p>These tools are meant to make using containers safer without interrupting the usual developer workflow. They include support for hardware signing with a Yubico hardware key, …

Why Docker?

Containers are not a new thing, but implementing them was always a little more complicated than it needed to be. Docker made great leaps in …

The Container Ecosystem Project

The ecosystem of awesome new technologies emerging around containers and microservices can be a little overwhelming, to say the least. We thought we …

Using React.js v0.12 - Part 1/8 - Components

Rebuilding Our Infrastructure with Docker, ECS, and Terraform

In Segment’s early days, our infrastructure was pretty hacked together. We provisioned instances through the AWS UI, had a graveyard of unused AMIs, …

Build an Aquaponic Garden with Arduino

Grow fish, fruits, and veggies together in this compact, automated system. You can even control it via the internet.<p>Lots of creative aquaponics systems are being developed for raising fish and vegetables together in small spaces. Unfortunately — for you and the fish — most of these systems fail to …

After the connected object, Open Hybrid invents the hybrid object

The Open Hybrid platform, developed by a design researcher at MIT, combines augmented reality with the Arduino micro controller. And allows you to …

Anatomy of a Modern Production Stack · 80%

<b>Production Host OS</b>. This is a simplified and manageable Linux distribution. Usually it is just enough to get a container engine up and …

Ten Rules for Good API Design

Every software developer uses APIs and most of us make them. The design of a "good" API is a black art. You know one when you see one. And yet how …

Docker and Logging

Linux Containers (LXC) have been around for a long time, and nowadays we have different options available to manage them. Docker is one of the …

What Version is Your Infrastructure?

I've often assumed that everyone knows the importance of application versioning and surprised when someone thinks differently. On the rare occasion …

DevOps

Hands-on with tvOS for the new Apple TV

For the first time since Apple introduced the Apple TV in 2007, independent developers can now build applications for the hardware, thanks to Apple’s release yesterday of the tvOS software development kit (SDK).<p>The demo of the revamped Apple TV with tvOS flew by during Apple’s big Hey Siri event. …

3 key DevOps principles to apply to your IT team

This is a guest post from John Custy– President of JPC Group and a 35-year veteran of the IT industry.When asked what problem DevOps aims to solve, …

APIs Are The New FTEs

Facebook, Google and Twitter have to deal with outrageous amounts of spam and abuse. They hire teams of engineers to stop trolls, outwit bad actors and otherwise keep their walled gardens free of misanthropes. It’s a costly business.<p>Pete Hunt, Josh Yudaken and Julian Tempelsman worked on anti-fraud …

Startups