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Farewell !

Hi there, The bad news : this blog as you knew it wll be inactive from now. The good news : if you read French, you can follow me on CerenIT's blog. There is of course an RSS feed but mailchimp subscription has been removed. It was and still is a good exercise as it allows to see trends over months,  […]

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Web, Ops & Data - April 2016

Infrastructure Traefik : a reverse-proxy and load-balancer (like Nginx, HAProxy or Apache+mod_proxy) build with a micro-service architecture in mind. It connects with Docker, etcd, consul or even a REST API. An official docker image for Traefik is available for testing. Container Elastikube : an  […]

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Around the Web - March 2016 - Javascript, Citus DB and Dependencies

Javascript An opinionated State of the Art Javascript in 2016 : you may agree or not, at least, author justifies it. Don't know React ecosystem to have an opinion on this. Postgres Citus DB, a scalable and distributed version of Postgres, is going opensource with the release of the 5th version.  […]

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Around the Data - March 2016 - Kafka Connect and Streams, Hortonworks HDP 2.4, Elasticsearch cluster sizing, Spark Graph Frames, Flink 1.0

Kafka Kafka 0.9.0.1 and Confluent 2.0.1 were released (bugfix release) A more detailled presentation about Kafka Connect. Confluent released a custom version of what will be in Kafka 0.10 and it's called Kafka Streams ; it aims to manipulate data within Kafka without requiring any external system  […]

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Around the Web - February 2016 - MySQL, Docker, Security & Webapps/API

MySQLMySQL password expiration features to help you comply with PCI-DSS : available from MySQL 5.6+, you can define an expiration date and then improve your PCI-DSS compliance.DockerOfficial images are to move from Ubuntu to Alpine : main arguements are about disk space saving (and so bandwith and  […]

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Around the Data - February 2016 - ELK, Kafka, Flink, Spark

ElasticsearchWhat's new in Elasticsearch 3.0 ; "Elasticsearch 2 [released in Oct 2015] was about stability and availability. Elasticsearch 3 is clearly about features" ; it's maybe too early to say if all the features will land in 3.0 or in 3.x and especially as it seems there no public  […]

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Around the Web - January 2016 - Website obesity crisis, AngularJS & Postgres

Website ObesityWebsite obesity crisis : transcript of a talk (video can be seen too from the link) about webperformance, bloated websites and how fat sites become for almost no real value for end users. Long but funny and instructive. It makes you think on how complex, fat and bloated the web is  […]

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Around the Web - December 2015 - AngularJS & AMP

AngularJSPresentation of AngularJS 2 (in French) which highlights current status, improvements and the migration issue (and how to prepare it)AngularJS: the Good, the Bad and the transition to Angular 2 : tips and tricks for a project with AngularJS 1.x and the perspective of the transition to  […]

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Around the Data - November 2015 - Diving in Kafka and ELK 2.0 releases

KafkaA 2 part blog post serie (part 1, part 2) to learn the genese of Kafka within LinkedIn before being opensourced and hosted by the Apache foundation ; always interesting to know the first use cases the software was built for and how it became the distributing messaging system we now know. It  […]

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Around the Web - October 2015 - WebAssembly and Google deprecates _escaped_framgent_ urls

WebAssemblyMaybe with this topic I should rename the blog post as "beyond the web" due to what is or more precisely will be WebAssembly.On 17th June 2015, Brendan Eich (creator of the Javascript language) announced the WebAssembly project, a common effort with Google Chromium, Mozilla  […]

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Around the Data - October 2015 - SQL, OLAP and Entreprise Data Hub

Quite a buzzy month ; so a single but long article on Big Data Ecosystem :The Evolution of Zoosk’s Analytic Platform: The Continued Marriage of Hadoop and OLAP : Interesting feedback on how a company improves its usage of Hadoop and OLAP solutions over the last 3 years. Beyond the mixed world, we  […]

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Around the Data - September 2015 - SQL, NoSQL, BigData and streaming

Having new activities around big-data topics from this month, I'll publish here also my findings on this topic.So the "Around the Web" edition should be still be published on every last wednesday of the month and the "Around the Data" series should be published every wednesday in  […]

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Around the Web - August 2015 - ES6/ECMAScript 2015 & Premium Media

JavascriptWelcome to ES6 In Depth! In this new weekly series, we’ll be exploring ECMAScript 6, the upcoming new edition of the JavaScript language [Note : ES6 was approved as ECMA-262, 6th Edition, ECMAScript 2015 Language Specification mid June 2015]. ES6 contains many new language features that  […]

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Around the Web - July 2015 - Responsive Image & HTTP

Responsive ImageCloudfour published a series of articles on why you need responsive image and how to implement it the right way since this feature has landed in all modern browsers ; It cleared my mind at least about srcset used to manage swith resolution and picture which are more for art  […]

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