SQLite is a relational database that’s compatible with SQL. Unlike other SQL-based systems such as MySQL and PostgreSQL, SQLite doesn’t use a client-server architecture. The whole program is contained in a C library, which gets embedded into applications. The database becomes an integral part of the program, eliminating resource-intensive standalone processes.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the globally recognized leader in enterprise-class Linux. CentOS was the free equivalent, built from Red Hat source code and just as stable. But Red Hat has changed CentOS forever.
Cloud Native applications utilize the benefits of modern cloud infrastructure components to facilitate quick scalable deployments. A “cloud native” system is created from the combination of several independent attributes. It will have high levels of automation and dependency decoupling, resulting in superior resilience to change due to code releases and environment upgrades.
Swarm Mode is Docker’s built-in orchestration system for scaling containers across a cluster of physical machines. Multiple independent clients running Docker Engine pool their resources, forming a swarm.
MicroK8s is a lightweight single-package Kubernetes distribution developed by Canonical, best known for the Ubuntu operating system. MicroK8s follows upstream Kubernetes releases and focuses on providing an effortless installation and management experience. Here’s how to get started running your own cluster.
WordPress is the most popular content management system. It’s written in PHP, stores data in a MySQL database, and usually runs behind an Apache web server. These dependencies add several packages to your system and can be tricky to maintain over time. Here’s how to quickly launch a containerized WordPress install using the official Docker image.
Making deepfakes is getting easier, and they’re more convincing than ever. Cybercriminals are using video and audio deepfakes to extort money from victims by adding a credible “fake authenticity” to their scams.