Project Flowgate

Introducing Project Flowgate, a Data Integration Hub of Facility Systems and IT Stacks for Enterprise Data Centers

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By Gavin Lu Today, we’re pleased to announce a new open source project, Project Flowgate, which will help enterprises integrate facility systems data and IT data to form a holistic view of their operations. By combining these two disparate data sets into one view, data center managers will be better equipped to optimize operations and Read more...
Travis CI

Continuous Test-Driven Development Is Easier Than You Think

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By Eric Brown People sometimes have the impression that continuous, upstream test-driven development is hard—and that can make them feel better about not doing it. But I want to make the case that it’s a lot easier than you think. First, it’s worth pointing out that testing really is important. Say I write some code Read more...
recordmcount

Incorporating Recordmcount in Linux’s Objtool

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By Matt Helsley You can make debugging a lot less onerous by using tracing software. To implement tracing, though, you first need to determine what ran when and the relevant context, and then do it with as little overhead as possible. The Linux kernel uses a tool called recordmcount at build time as part of Read more...
gRPC-Web

What You Gain by Implementing gRPC-Web for Istio and Envoy

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By Venil Noronha This is my second of two posts about the Linux Foundation’s recent gRPC Conference. Check out my first post for some reflections on the conference as a whole and a few observations about where gRPC is going four years after it was open sourced by Google. This time around, I’ll share some key points Read more...