Without technical documentation readily available, developers lose time coding, integrating, and delivering software.
Today, we are pleased to introduce Linode Green Light, a beta testing program to formalize the valuable role our community plays in new releases.
In an industry where being locked into large proprietary clouds has a real impact on budget and control, it’s not enough to say you’re open. You have to be actually open.
Apart from efforts of the WordPress development team, users should take steps to minimize their security risks—often referred to as “hardening WordPress.”
I recently delivered a short series of live labs exploring Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE). If I had to use one word to describe LKE, it would be “simple.”
On July 23 and July 30, the experts at Learnk8s will take a closer look into Kubeflow and Jenkins X with a set of free labs.
Monitor your databases to identify problems and make it easier to switch to inexpensive cloud storage with the latest additions to the Linode Marketplace.
S3-Compatible Object Storage is now available in Singapore data center. The new cluster better serves our customers in Asia, while growing the global footprint of the service alongside our Newark (U.S.) and Frankfurt (Germany) data centers.
We’re making it even easier for developers to connect to Linode. Users can now sign-in or sign-up using their GitHub accounts.
Linode turns 17 today! My sincere thanks to the entire Linode team, who work hard to support each other, and you – our customers. As we’ve done in past years, we want to celebrate with a few updates.
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