From Cloudflare new WAF to Grafana going AGPLv3, from Netflix
open-sourced ConsoleMe to OpenBuilt: a recap of the topics I covered for InfoQ in April 2021.
Amazon Elasticsearch Introduces Auto-Tune
Amazon has recently announced the Auto-Tune feature in Amazon Elasticsearch Service, a closed-loop control system that adapts the Elasticsearch cluster to the running workload. The new automated memory management provides better ingestion throughput for log analytics workloads and reduced tail latencies for search queries.
Cloudflare Announces New Web Application Firewall
Cloudflare has recently introduced a new Web Application Firewall. The latest engine is written in Rust, provides better performances and integrates with other Cloudflare products.
AWS Introduces EC2 Serial Console: Troubleshoot Boot and Networking Issues
AWS has recently introduced the EC2 Serial Console, a tool to establish a serial connection to EC2 instances and troubleshoot boot and network connectivity issues. The new feature is designed to help system and network administrators to address production issues.
Netflix Open Sources ConsoleMe to Manage Permissions and Access on AWS
Netflix has recently open-sourced ConsoleMe, a AWS multi-account management service, and its CLI utility, Weep. The tools provide a central control plane for permissions management across all of AWS accounts of an organization and help to implement the principle of least privilege.
IBM, Red Hat and Cobuilder Develop OpenBuilt, a Platform for the Construction Industry
IBM, Red Hat and Cobuilder recently announced a collaboration to develop OpenBuilt, a platform for the construction industry supply chains built on the hybrid cloud platform Red Hat OpenShift and running on IBM Cloud.
Grafana Labs Changes Licenses to AGPLv3 for Grafana, Loki, and Tempo
Grafana Labs has recently announced the plan to change the licenses for their core products. They will relicense Grafana, Grafana Loki, and Grafana Tempo from the Apache License 2.0 to the Affero General Public License (AGPL) v3. Plugins, agents, and certain libraries will remain Apache-licensed.