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  1. Sep 2021
    1. Connect Container Destuffing

      Container Destuffing with Connect

      Container destuffing is an essential part of the services delivered by Connect. It’s why it’s something we pride ourselves on providing for our customers.

      ​But what exactly is container destuffing?

      What is Container Destuffing?

      Container destuffing is essentially the unloading of cargo from a container. This sounds simple but if you don’t know what you’re doing, there are an infinite number of potential pitfalls you will encounter.

      That’s why you need an expert like Connect, who has the personnel and experience to carry out effective container de-stuffing for your business.

  2. Aug 2021
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  4. Feb 2021
    1. Or you can use Maybe container! It consists of Some and Nothing types, representing existing state and empty (instead of None) state respectively.
  5. Jan 2021
    1. Snaps each pick a ‘base’, for example, Ubuntu18 (corresponding to the set of minimal debs in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS). Nevertheless, the choice of base does not impact on your ability to use a snap on any of the supported Linux distributions or versions — it’s a choice of the publisher and should be invisible to you as a user or developer.

      Snaps sound a lot like container images in this respect.

  6. Sep 2020
    1. The Moov atom can only exist after recording is complete when the relevant metadata can now be created for the stored data.
    2. MP4 containers are structured in such a way that the a/v data is stored without frame headers and the Moov atom is a table, listing the byte positions and byte lengths for each a/v frame. The Moov atom can only exist after recording is complete when the relevant metadata can now be created for the stored data.
  7. Jul 2020
  8. May 2020
    1. Image consumers can enable DCT to ensure that images they use were signed. If a consumer enables DCT, they can only pull, run, or build with trusted images. Enabling DCT is a bit like applying a “filter” to your registry. Consumers “see” only signed image tags and the less desirable, unsigned image tags are “invisible” to them.
    1. In the examples below, we are using Docker images tags to specify a specific version, such as docker:19.03.8. If tags like docker:stable are used, you have no control over what version is going to be used and this can lead to unpredictable behavior, especially when new versions are released.
    1. It is a multi-stage image which reproduces the following operations:Construction of the artefacts in a build imageAvailability of the compilation process in a minimal image
  9. Apr 2020
    1. Bottlerocket OS Welcome to Bottlerocket! Bottlerocket is a free and open-source Linux-based operating system meant for hosting containers. Bottlerocket is currently in a developer preview phase and we’re looking for your feedback. If you’re ready to jump right in, read our QUICKSTART to try Bottlerocket in an Amazon EKS cluster. Bottlerocket focuses on security and maintainability, providing a reliable, consistent, and safe platform for container-based workloads. This is a reflection of what we've learned building operating systems and services at Amazon. You can read more about what drives us in our charter. The base operating system has just what you need to run containers reliably, and is built with standard open-source components. Bottlerocket-specific additions focus on reliable updates and on the API. Instead of making configuration changes manually, you can change settings with an API call, and these changes are automatically migrated through updates. Some notable features include: API access for configuring your system, with secure out-of-band access methods when you need them. Updates based on partition flips, for fast and reliable system updates. Modeled configuration that's automatically migrated through updates. Security as a top priority.
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    1. Instead of allowing any and all components to fetch and manipulate data, which can make debugging pretty much suck, we want to implement a pattern that's in line with the Single Responsibility Principle, and that keeps our code DRY.
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