In this month’s dev diary, we have SIMP 6.3 beta news, updates on the SIMP Console, the SIMP free trials, and two new testing programs!
Judy has been a software engineer for over thirty-five years, and has been at Onyx Point since 2015. Jessica interviews her to talk about current technology, innovation, and being a woman in tech.
Onyx Point, Inc. today announced that it has become a CIS SecureSuite member. Through this membership, Onyx Point, Inc. is further bolstering its cybersecurity defenses by leveraging CIS SecureSuite resources that include CIS Benchmarks, consensus-based, internationally recognized security configuration resources, including CIS-CAT Pro, and CIS Controls, a set of cyber practices, developed by experts around the world, to stop today’s most pervasive and dangerous cyber attacks.
Nick Miller has been a Linux enthusiast since high school. His day job focuses on Puppet, so he is new to Kubernetes and Ansible.
In the last blog, I went over the hardware basics of my Raspberry Pi cluster. I ended up using Ansible to do the configuration of my nodes over Puppet, because I didn’t want to install the Puppet agent. There are other tools, like rak8s, that use Ansible to prepare hardware nodes for Kubernetes. That wasn’t the point of my time on this project, so I did it by myself.