WASM use cases, low level performance debugging, supply chain security concepts and several posts and tools for container development this week.
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Moving a CPU heavy service to a larger instance should result in better performance. How would you debug things if it didn’t? A good technical low-level blog post.
A good use case post on WASM, highlighting two particular real world uses of web assembly, for client/server consistency and multi-language plugin architectures.
A good introduction to the concept of VEX, an accompaniment to a software bill of materials that describes vulnerability exploitability.
A good talk and full transcript of a talk on deterministic software releases, with a focus on serverless environments and Java applications and tooling.
A four part series on getting started with open telemetry with Python. Covers manual usage, auto-instrumentation and metrics collection.
A nice architecture post on implementing a content ranking service and then developing that into a platform for wider usage.
Wazuh is an open source tool used for threat prevention, detection, and response. It is capable of protecting workloads across on-premises, virtualized, containerized, and cloud-based environments.
Finch is a new container development tool, specifically it’s an integrated distribution of lower-level tools including containerd, nerdctl, BuildKit and Lima.
cdebug looks like a handy tool for debugging running containers. Support for several container runtimes, and tools for running a shell, exporting filesystems and forwarding ports to localhost.