How to Build Resilience in Critical Infrastructure

Back to Chemistry Class No matter what area of engineering you study, chemistry will be involved. The whole world is made out of chemicals, after all. One of the more interesting sections of my chemistry classes was part of a semester on metallurgy. Some was what you would think of as classical chemistry: the proportions […]
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New Year’s Resolution: How to Back Up Your Data

Last week I encouraged you to use Amazon’s cheap and extremely resilient Glacier service to archive your personal data. Let’s see how to do this. Glacier uses the same storage technology as S3, for just one-tenth the cost. The primary trade-off is that Glacier is intended for archiving data, not using it, and to get […]
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New Year’s Resolution: Back Up Your Data

Two years ago I wrote about backing up your personal data using cloud services, and specifically using Amazon’s Glacier service. I’m writing this post a couple of weeks after New Year’s Day, a time of year to think about getting into better habits. Let’s take another look at this. Some simple commands that you learn […]
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Software-Defined Networking Runs Large Data Centers

Learning Tree’s new Software Defined Networking course just had its test run, and when the course starts running in January, I think it will be a popular one. Software Defined Networking (or SDN) has been a crucial part of telecommunication carrier networking for years, and now a form of it is moving into the data […]
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Android User Interface Testing with AWS Device Farm – Part 1

I often get asked about automated testing of user interfaces of Android applications. Amazon released a service on AWS called Device Farm to support user interface (UI) testing, this seems to be a good time to take a look. UI testing can be immensely frustrating due to it’s inherent fragility. It often seems that as […]
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