Just how popular is Kubernetes?

At KubeCon North America in San Diego, more than 12,000 attendees are learning all they can about Kubernetes, the popular container orchestration program. But how popular is it really? Datadog, a cloud and infrastructure monitoring company, has numbers that show Kubernetes is on its way to dominating the container space. In its study of usage data from thousands of companies and more than 1.5 billion containers, the company found “roughly…

November 20, 2019
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New Legislation Would Block US Firms From Storing Personal Data in China, Russia

New legislation introduced this week aims to put a stop to the flow of Americans’ sensitive personal data to countries that threaten national security.  Introduced by U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), the National Security and Personal Data Protection Act of 2019 (PDF) would require tech companies to only collect user data necessary for their operations and never transfer the data to countries of concern. By countries of concern, the bill…

November 20, 2019
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Humans Placed in Suspended Animation For the First Time

Doctors have placed humans in suspended animation for the first time, as part of a trial in the US that aims to make it possible to fix traumatic injuries that would otherwise cause death. From a report: Samuel Tisherman, at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, told New Scientist that his team of medics had placed at least one patient in suspended animation, calling it “a little surreal” when…

November 20, 2019
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PayMyTab Exposes Restaurant Customer Data: Report

Application Security , Governance , IT Risk Management Researchers Say Company Left Customer Data Unsecured in AWS S3 Bucket Akshaya Asokan (asokan_akshaya) • November 20, 2019     An unsecure database belonging to PayMyTab, a company that provides U.S. restaurants with mobile payment apps and devices, left payment card and other customer data exposed, according to a new report from two independent security researchers. The unsecured Amazon Web Services database…

November 20, 2019
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US-Mexico Trade: Adapting to the New Normal

Moderator/Presenter:  Hugh Morley, Senior Editor, US Northeast Ports, Trans-Atlantic Trade, and Mexico, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit   Speaker (s):   Additional Details to follow Interested in sponsoring this webcast? For more information, please contact Tony Stein at Tony.Stein@ihsmarkit.com Source: http://www.joc.com

November 20, 2019
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Canada Trade: Managing New Dynamics

Moderator/Presenter:  Mark Szakonyi, Executive Editor, JOC.com and The Journal of Commerce, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit   Speaker (s):   Additional Details to follow Interested in sponsoring this webcast? For more information, please contact Tony Stein at Tony.Stein@ihsmarkit.com Source: http://www.joc.com

November 20, 2019
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November 20, 2019
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Anonymous hacker gets a whopping six years in prison for some lame DDoS attacks

An Ohio man was sentenced last month to six years in prison for a series of DDoS attacks against websites for the city of Akron, Ohio, and the Akron police department. The man, 33-year-old James Robinson, was arrested in May 2019 and pleaded guilty to all accusations, most of which were easy to prove, as Robinson had publicly documented all the attacks on the @AkronPhoenix420 Twitter profile while they happened….

November 20, 2019
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CP to install tracking devices on domestic chassis

CP’s use of chassis tracking technology will help railroad combat shortages. Photo credit: Canadian Pacific. Canadian Pacific is installing an intermodal chassis tracking product from Blackberry — Blackberry Radar — that will provide shippers with greater visibility and help the railroad better utilize its pool of 53-foot chassis. The technology will help CP shine some light into one of the black holes of supply chain visibility — the location and availability of…

November 20, 2019
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