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Not every expert says DevOps will enable the hybrid cloud. One says it never will. Find out why in this Q&A with Bob Brodie, partner and CTO of SUMO Heavy, a digital commerce design and development firm. David Geer: How will DevOps enable the hybrid cloud? Brodie: I do not feel that DevOps enables the hybrid cloud. Hybrid clouds are very complex, and DevOps would need to be supported by a team of network and system engineers. The beauty of being on the cloud is that it’s API-driven.
On October 21, 2016, the Dyn Managed DNS service experienced three DDoS attacks; two of these were successful at overwhelming the service and preventing access to major websites. While news reports focused on the attacks’ impact on Eastern U.S. websites, the second attack gave West Coast sites nearly as much trouble as it did Eastern web properties (scroll for Level3 outage map). The cause and effect of the Dyn attacks touched consumers and their devices.
As our nonstop exchange of information fills the electromagnetic spectrum available for Wi-Fi, light fidelity (Li-Fi) is emerging as one solution to pick up the slack. Li-Fi turns LED lamps into internet and broadcast data transmitters, creating a new form of high-speed, optical wireless communication that leverages the visible and infrared (IR) light spectrums.