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If you adore databases like we do, the launch of a new major version is an event you celebrate. With each new major version comes cutting-edge database features, performance boosts, and other goodies for database lovers like you. You can hardly wait to spin up a Cloud SQL instance to test out the freshest release …

Most CEOs think they have cybersecurity covered, but many of the people directly in charge of it are less certain. One of many striking findings in the World Economic Forum’s Global Cybersecurity Outlook. This podcast episode hears from Accenture’s cybersecurity expert. And the head of the Forum’s Centre for Cybersecurity explains why ransomware can often be …

Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s co-founder, has spoken out about the problems with a centralized internet — and he admits that he’s partially to blame for it. In a series of tweets, Dorsey summarized that the internet has become too centralized, with a few big companies dominating the space.   He was highlighting that this concentration of …

I’ve never really been sure how DevSecOps differs from plain-old DevOps, but over the past year I think there’s finally something enough there to have a notion. To be concise, DevOps-think makes software delivery better by moving operations concerns closer to development with the help of a lot of automation and process change. There are three things that I think …

We’re happy to announce that you can now create Eventarc triggers to directly target Workflows destinations. Available as a preview feature, it simplifies event-driven orchestrations by enabling you to route Eventarc events to Workflows without having an intermediary service. Integrating Eventarc and Workflows In a previous post, we talked about how to integrate Eventarc and Workflows. Since there was no direct integration …

Build a culture of DevOps throughout the entire organization by involving other departments and breaking down silos. DevOps transformation extends beyond development and operations teams. It’s also relevant to other parts of the organization. These new collaborators can offer new insights to the development team seeking to maintain alignment with customer needs. This article describes …

Changing our language If you follow Canonical’s code and documentation, you may have noticed that we’re slowly changing some common computing terms. You might wonder what has caused these changes. You might ask why Canonical is putting in the effort to make this more inclusive language stick. The changes at Canonical are part of a …

reCAPTCHA Enterprise is Google’s online fraud detection service that leverages over a decade of experience defending the internet. reCAPTCHA Enterprise can be used to prevent fraud and attacks perpetrated by scripts, bot software, or humans. When installed on a web page at the point of action, such as login, purchase, or account creation, reCAPTCHA Enterprise …

Samsung Electronics has announced the new models in its monitor lineup that exemplify its leadership within the sector. The versatile new lineup delivers beautiful picture quality and intuitive features that give consumers more choice when selecting a monitor that fits their exact needs. The 2022 monitor portfolio brings out the best experiences while working, gaming …

Log archiving is the process of storing all kinds of logs (application, system, or monitoring) from across a multitude of systems in a long-term storage solution like S3. Securely collecting and keeping logs is crucial for many businesses, and they have to do it effectively and with minimal supervision. This tutorial will show you how …