Infrastructure

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Now Available on AWS

Yes, you may have heard that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is now generally available.  😉
But here is more good news:  RHEL 7 is now available in all Amazon Web Services (AWS) regions including GovCloud (US)!  Here’s what Amazon’s Terry Wise (head of Worldwide Partner Ecosystem, Amazon Web Services) had to say in a Red Hat press release this week:

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Red Hat Software Collections (RHSCL) 1.1 now GA

Second installment of Red Hat Software Collections delivers comprehensive suite of dynamic languages, open source databases and web development tools

Red Hat today announced the general availability of Red Hat Software Collections 1.1, the second iteration of Red Hat’s comprehensive suite of powerful web development tools, dynamic languages and open source databases. Delivered on a separate life cycle from Red Hat Enterprise Linux with a more frequent release cadence, Red Hat Software Collections puts the latest stable open source runtime components, as tested and verified by Red Hat on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, in the hands of developers faster, accelerating the creation and deployment of modern web applications.

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Red Hat at the ISO C++ Standards Meeting (February 2014)

Red Hat has actively participated in the ISO group defining the C++ standard for many years, and continues to make a significant contribution. The Red Hat toolchain team was well-represented at the February 2014 meeting of the standardization committee (JTC1/SC22/WG21) in Issaquah, WA, USA. In this article, Jason Merrill summarizes the main highlights and developments of interest to Red Hat’s customers and partners:

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Communicating Large Objects with Web Workers in javascript

As html5 and client side solutions become more prevalent, the need for handling more and more data through javascript will increase.  One such challenge, and the focus of this article, is a strategy for handling hundreds of megabytes of data through Web Workers.

What created this need for me personally was the development of Log Reaper [1] which is a client side approach to parsing log files with no server side upload or processing. Log Reaper identifies and parses log files (of currently accepted types) in a Web Worker, then communicates the structured objects back to the browser where they are further map reduced and visualized.

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