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by Andrew Pomponio • No Comments on Spectre vs. Rakhni: How the new variants can affect you

Spectre vs. Rakhni: How the new variants can affect you

The Rakhni and Spectre vulnerabilities are in the news again. Find out how the latest versions can affect you...

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by Chris Fenn • No Comments on Five reasons why enforcing coding standards accelerates development

Five reasons why enforcing coding standards accelerates development

Software projects in full compliance with coding standards are eight times more likely to be ahead of schedule than those where no standards were applied. Find out why compliance accelerates your development schedule. ...

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by Roy Sarkar • No Comments on A better way to do cloud orchestration

A better way to do cloud orchestration

How to orchestrate your cloud infrastructure, platforms, and application software using a single, vendor-neutral platform...

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by Roy Sarkar • No Comments on Spectre variant 1 detection and remediation using static code analysis

Spectre variant 1 detection and remediation using static code analysis

How Klocwork static code analysis detects the Spectre variant 1 vulnerability, including a code walkthrough of how the exploit and checker work...

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by Ido Benmoshe • No Comments on Left-shift defect detection: Catch problems early

Left-shift defect detection: Catch problems early

Production defects are costly and every small shift to the left can have a substantial impact. Here are some tools and techniques to help your team get there faster. ...

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by Rich Alloway • 1 Comment on So, you think RHEL and CentOS aren’t cutting edge distros?

So, you think RHEL and CentOS aren’t cutting edge distros?

Reasons why living on the cutting edge of Linux distributions is not the best choice for enterprise deployments...

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