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61.44 TB SSDs are now offered for orders by Solidigm
Jan 22, 2024
61.44 TB SSDs are now offered for orders by Solidigm

According to Techradar, Solidigm now accepts orders of D5-P5336 – QLC NVMe-based SSDs with the largest capacity to exist – 61.44 TB, purposed for data storage in high-density data centers.

Mastering the 5 ITIL Service Strategy Processes
Jan 22, 2024
Mastering the 5 ITIL Service Strategy Processes

To succeed in Service management you need a carefully developed long-term plan or a strategy. Although you might dedicate time and resources intor developing this plan on you own, in fact, you don’t need to, since you can benefit from an already developed and established strategy that you only have to apply. This is the case with ITIL which is short for Information Technology Infrastructure Library, which is a collection of practices IT businesses may follow in order to manage their services according to the actual needs of the business. In the following article, we want to provide you with a better idea of what ITIL is to see, and in which ways it can be beneficial to your business. 

Selecting the Ideal DevOps Framework: Essential Considerations
Jan 22, 2024
Selecting the Ideal DevOps Framework: Essential Considerations

In the constantly changing modern world, access to the newest tools is crucial especially those that provide perfect integration of operation and software development. DevOps frameworks are a great choice to solve some issues by streamlining processes and creating a culture of shared objectives. These frameworks are a great foundation for increasing productivity and improving teamwork by specifying common goals and dealing with information barriers.

The opening of the first TSMC factory in Arizona is postponed for at least a year
Jan 19, 2024
The opening of the first TSMC factory in Arizona is postponed for at least a year

TSMC was planning to start mass-production of 3nm chips this year, by opening two factories in Arizona. However, the launching of the factories has been postponed for at least a year relative to the initial plan, while the second factory will be launched no sooner than 2026 or 2027.

GitLab’s critical security update: fixing vulnerabilities
Jan 19, 2024
GitLab’s critical security update: fixing vulnerabilities

On January 11, 2024, GitLab, a leading provider of a software development management platform, released an important security update to address identified vulnerabilities.

The vulnerabilities were discovered by the GitLab community, who helped the company fix bugs with authentication mechanisms, authorization checks in Slack/Mattermost, creating workspaces outside of the native environment, changing metadata in commits, and bypassing CODEOWNERS approval.

AMD cuts Ryzen 8000G "Phoenix 2" features, limited to only 4 PCIe lanes for GPU and 2 lanes for SSD
Jan 16, 2024
AMD cuts Ryzen 8000G "Phoenix 2" features, limited to only 4 PCIe lanes for GPU and 2 lanes for SSD

AMD has announced its Ryzen 8000G AM5 desktop APU processors. The processors have been presented in two configurations: the 8700G/8600G based on Phoenix 1 dies and the 8500G/8300G based on Phoenix 2 dies.

Unveiling Kubernetes Architecture: Concepts and Best Practices
Jan 15, 2024
Unveiling Kubernetes Architecture: Concepts and Best Practices

Kubernetes is a platform that functions by automating containerized apps’ management, deployment, and scaling. This open-source soft was designed by Google, but right now it is maintained by CNCF. Lots of organizations choose this software because Kubernetes is the most efficient and powerful method of container maintenance.  

7 Exciting Docker Project Ideas for 2023
Jan 15, 2024
7 Exciting Docker Project Ideas for 2023

Nowadays, the general approach to application development has noticeably changed compared to how it looked a few years ago. One of the major shifts in this sphere was caused by DevOps, affecting first and foremost the operational infrastructure. The cooperation of developers and operators has become the most common and arguably the most fast and efficient way of developing projects.

Linux 4.14 LTS is officially no longer supported. Linux recommends switching to newer kernel versions
Jan 12, 2024
Linux 4.14 LTS is officially no longer supported. Linux recommends switching to newer kernel versions

On January 10, Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the discontinuation of the Linux 4.14 LTS kernel, suggesting all users switch to newer versions. The version was first released in late 2017, with the final patch 4.14.336 being released on January 10, 2024.

Joomla's efficiency on PHP 8.3 has reached 342 RPS, and that's almost a 30 percent improvement
Jan 12, 2024
Joomla's efficiency on PHP 8.3 has reached 342 RPS, and that's almost a 30 percent improvement

At the beginning of 2024, tests of popular frameworks like PHP and CMS were updated. The engines were selected for the test based on market share, popularity, current trends, number of sites, and a couple of other factors.