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Static analysis in GCC 10

Static analysis in GCC 10

March 26, 2020

I work at Red Hat on GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection. For the next major release of GCC, GCC 10, I’ve been implementing a new -fanalyzer option: A static analysis pass to identify various problems at compile-time, rather than at runtime. My thinking here is that it’s best to catch problems as early as possible […]

Low-code microservices orchestration with Syndesis

Low-code microservices orchestration with Syndesis

March 25, 2020

Recently I wrote about decoupling infrastructure code from microservices. I found that Apache Camel and Debezium provided the middleware I needed for that project, with minimal coding on my end. After my successful experiment, I wondered if it would be possible to orchestrate two or more similarly decoupled microservices into a new service–and could I […]

Red Hat Universal Base Images for Docker users

Red Hat Universal Base Images for Docker users

March 24, 2020

Red Hat Universal Base Images (UBIs) allow developers using Docker on Windows and Mac platforms to tap into the benefits of the large Red Hat ecosystem. This article demonstrates how to use Red Hat Universal Base Images with Docker from a non-Red Hat system, such as a Windows or Mac workstation. Red Hat Enterprise Linux […]

Ceph storage monitoring with Zabbix

Ceph storage monitoring with Zabbix

March 23, 2020

Storage prices are decreasing, while business demands are growing, and companies are storing more data than ever before. Following this growth pattern, demand grows for monitoring and data protection involving software-defined storage. Downtimes have a high cost that can directly impact business continuity and cause irreversible damage to organizations. Aftereffects include loss of assets and […]

Kogito 0.8.0 features online editors and cloud-native business automation

Kogito 0.8.0 features online editors and cloud-native business automation

March 20, 2020

Kogito is a cloud-native business automation solution that offers a powerful, developer-friendly experience. Based on production-tested open source projects Drools and jBPM, Kogito has business rules and processes down to a science. Kogito also aligns with popular lightweight runtimes such as Quarkus and Spring Boot to support developers building business-driven applications. This article is an […]

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