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Linode Security Digest January 21 – 28, 2023

We discuss how Sudoedit can edit arbitrary files, Drupal and Git security advisories, and a denial of service vulnerability in HAProxy.
Mike Quatrani

High Availability – What You Need to Know

Nov 6, 2019 by Mike Quatrani
In this blog post, I’ll define high availability (HA), explain the various components that go into a basic HA architecture, and examine how to build simple HA infrastructure for a web application.
Cloud Consulting Services
Jim Ackley

A New Policy to Help Fight Spam

Nov 5, 2019 by Jim Ackley
At Linode, we’re extremely proud of our Customer Support and Trust & Safety teams and the work they do together – they’re teams staffed by real humans who share an important goal: keeping our platform safe and free of abuse and fraud, and crafting policies that keep our customers safe. This means that when you […]
Hillary Wilmoth

Linode Object Storage is Here

Oct 30, 2019 by Hillary Wilmoth
We built Linode Object Storage to make it easier and more affordable for developers to manage unstructured data such as content assets, as well as sophisticated and data-intensive storage challenges around artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Hillary Wilmoth

New One-Click Apps in the Linode Library

Oct 28, 2019 by Hillary Wilmoth
Linode introduced One-Click apps to make it as easy as possible for our customers to deploy fully-configured apps in the cloud. We’ve built a growing library and today we’re adding two popular and highly requested apps to it: Plesk and cPanel & WHM® . These new additions to our One-Click library further our mission of […]
Developer Tools

Linode at LISA19

Oct 25, 2019 by Linode Events
Hello! I’m Ryan Syracuse from Linode’s Technical Writing Team. Here at Linode, we believe our successful 16-year tenure as a cloud hosting company is a direct reflection of our core values and competencies. This involves understanding future trends in large-scale modern Linux administration—ahead of the curve—and sharing these insights with the larger Linux community. Knowledge […]
Cloud Overviews

October Docs Roundup: Rancher, Data Visualization, and More

Oct 22, 2019 by Linode
Here at Linode, we’re always working on new and improved services, feature enhancements, and integrations, so you can build and deploy what you need faster. We want to make sure you have the confidence to use our products with ease. That’s why our technical documentation team produces helpful content for you every month.  New Rancher […]
Open Source
Jon Frederickson

Whitelisting IP Addresses on Kubernetes: What We Learned

Oct 16, 2019 by Jon Frederickson
Linode Systems Engineer Jon “jfred” Frederickson shares his experience building out the IP whitelisting feature for running Kubernetes on Linode. As Linode’s engineering team built out our Kubernetes features, we hit plenty of obstacles, as expected. However, one challenge arose that we weren’t anticipating: how to whitelist applications running in Kubernetes on the infrastructure we […]
Containers (Kubernetes, Docker)

Rancher 2.3 makes it easier to use Linode for Kubernetes

Oct 8, 2019 by Linode
Rancher 2.3 makes it easier to use Linode for Kubernetes As the Linode community continues to adopt Docker and Kubernetes for their workloads, we started working with Rancher to make it easier to deploy and manage your Kuberenetes clusters with Rancher on Linode. Back in April, we launched the Linode Node Driver for Rancher and […]
Containers (Kubernetes, Docker)

PyGotham 2019

Oct 3, 2019 by Linode
At Linode, we’re passionate for Python! Whenever we get an opportunity to share in and celebrate all the cool things going on in the Python community, we simply can’t pass up the chance. This Friday and Saturday we’re back at it once again, cruising up to the Big Apple for PyGotham, an eclectic Python-centric conference […]
Cloud Overviews
Andrew Sauber

5 Kubernetes Shell Tricks

Oct 2, 2019 by Andrew Sauber
Hi! Andrew here—developer at Linode. In the process of building a managed Kubernetes solution, I’ve discovered and created several tricks that I use to make daily tasks with Kubernetes easier. I wanted to share these five here with you and I hope you find them as helpful as I have. 1. The Meta-Shell Trick I first […]
Containers (Kubernetes, Docker)
Blair Lyon

Coming Soon: Linode Kubernetes Engine

Sep 25, 2019 by Blair Lyon
The Linode engineering team has been working overtime to respond to the needs of our customers and the market. We are excited to announce the upcoming launch of the Linode Kubernetes Engine beta program. What to expect? Kubernetes made simpler. Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE) is a fully-managed container orchestration engine for deploying and managing containerized […]
Containers (Kubernetes, Docker)