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TNS ARCHIVE — PAGE 25
Infrastructure-as-Code: Increase Security, Scale Development
Removing the Complexity to Securely Access the Infrastructure
Why Supply Chain Disruptions Are a Data Problem
What Architects Should Know about Zombie Code
Databricks Brings Data Pipeline Service to GA
Kubernetes Ransomware Challenge: How to Mitigate and Recover
It’s Not Only Banking APIs That Must Be Secured
How to Build Past Basic Automated Incident Response
How to Build a Zero Trust Culture
Policy-as-Code or Policy-as-Data? Why Choose?
Why We’re Porting Our Database Drivers to Async Rust
Astro Revs Up Static Sites with Partial Hydration
Securing the Software Supply Chain with SLSA
Are Go Generics Ready for Prime Time?
Python for Beginners: How to Build a GUI Application
The Challenge of Scaling WebSockets
Seamlessly Secure Your Cloud Workloads
Secure Your Code with Census II Open Source Libraries
Lock-In in the Age of Cloud and Open Source
Chainguard: It’s All About That Base Image
As a Protocol, Ankr Aims to Decentralize Ethereum Nodes
The Rush to Fix the Kubernetes Failover Problem
What Do We Harvest by Adopting CI/CD?
The Evolution to Service-Based Networking
Developer-Owned Security at High Velocity
How Cloud Security Alert Fatigue Affects Your Team
IBM’s Open Source GT4SD Generates Ideas for Scientists
How Observability Helps Troubleshoot Incidents Faster
Python for Beginners: When and How to Use Tuples
With Identity Management, Start Early for Less Tech Debt
What Is Zero Trust Security?
Rethinking Trust in Cloud Security
When to Move to the Edge: A Simple Equation to Help Decide
Top 5 Pitfalls of On-Call Scheduling
The Okta Mess Is Even Worse Than It Appears
The Data Center of the Future
Itopia Launches Ready-to-Code Spaces for Remote Developers
Hypernet Labs Scales Identify Verification and NFT Minting
RasgoQL Brings the Modern Data Stack to Python Users
AI-Powered Automation Is Critical to IT Resilience and Adaptability
How Platform Ops Teams Should Think About API Strategy
How to Deploy Kubernetes with Kubeadm and containerd
GitLab’s Free Tier Belt-Tightening Continues