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@barray on Tue Oct 12 23:57:15 EDT 2021 said: &e
@barray on Wed Sep 22 16:52:51 EDT 2021 said: &e
Ouch, looks like the #remarkable #eink #tablets are looking to switch to a new #subscription model: https://hackaday.com/2021/09/22/firmware.. This would mean your hardware becomes basically #bricked unless you continue to pay, a lot like #tesla ... Suddenly #pine 's #pinenote looks *even more* attractive as an #opensource #linux #device !
And there you have it, the #remarkable #note taking #eink #display #tablet now has a #subscription #plan for the #cloud based #features https://remarkable.com/store/connect The #opensource #linux #pinenote by #pine is looking better by the day!
@barray on Wed Sep 01 21:52:14 EDT 2021 said: &e
When I get back to the #uk I'll be looking to build my own #cluster https://www.pine64.org/2021/09/01/cluste.. This would ultimately save on having to #buy #cloud #computation and could be used to host a series of other tasks, including #storage - #backup - #vpn and even third parties. It could even be setup to replace the need for a #powerful #desktop #machine , simply spinning up computation as required.
@barray on Tue Jul 27 17:45:20 EDT 2021 said: &e
Ouch. 'Catastrophic data loss' is hardly what you want to hear from your #cloud #server provider: https://lowendbox.com/blog/smallweb-suff.. Apparently #uk 's #london based #smallweb accidentally purged the data themselves.
@barray on Mon Jul 26 13:33:43 EDT 2021 said: &e
Hmm, looks like the #scaleway #cloud centre has been caught selling #server #ssd 's on the side and got caught with their trousers down: https://blog.scaleway.com/incident-secur.. That would affect this server for example, if a similar incident would occur. I think in the future I will be looking for a cheaper provider anyway if I can't find a #baremetal solution at the same cost.
@barray on Tue Jul 20 03:06:43 EDT 2021 said: &e
Very very interesting, #microsoft now roll their own #linux for their #cloud #infrastructure https://github.com/microsoft/CBL-Mariner I really do love how it's easier for them to use #linux rather than adapt the #windows #ntkernel haha!
@barray on Mon Jul 19 00:37:40 EDT 2021 said: &e
Interesting, #canonical (the parent company of #ubuntu ) is now turning a #profit since the #pandemic started, even employing more people! https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=n.. I suppose this has a lot to do with their push for more #cloud services, it's a highly profitable industry currently.
@barray on Wed Jul 14 04:28:11 EDT 2021 said: &e
Very good move my the #uk 's #bank #bankofengland https://www.itnews.com.au/news/bank-of-e.. Relying too much on a specific #cloud provider could be absolutely catastrophic to the #banking infrastructure.
@barray on Wed Jun 16 10:20:07 EDT 2021 said: &e
#amazon soon to switch off support for #bittorrent in their S3 #cloud #servers https://github.com/awsdocs/amazon-s3-use.. Some people are saying its been dead since 2016. Very annoying for those who use it.
@barray on Thu Jun 10 17:18:20 EDT 2021 said: &e
@barray on Thu Jun 10 15:11:57 EDT 2021 said: &e
Ouch, apparently the #server #cloud #host #fastly killed a tonne of major websites with a #outage https://www.lotuseaters.com/mass-outages.. Strange also to see exactly which websites are hosted by the same company... Seems very left-wing by nature. Perhaps its a coincidence. A reporter should scratch that itch though.
Apparently the recent #fastly #cloud #outage was caused by customer misconfiguration: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-57.. Apparently it knocked out 85% of their #network - knocking services like the #bbc offline. Timeline here: https://www.fastly.com/blog/summary-of-j..
@barray on Thu Jun 10 15:11:57 EDT 2021 said: &e
Ouch, apparently the #server #cloud #host #fastly killed a tonne of major websites with a #outage https://www.lotuseaters.com/mass-outages.. Strange also to see exactly which websites are hosted by the same company... Seems very left-wing by nature. Perhaps its a coincidence. A reporter should scratch that itch though.