A Gentle Introduction to Application Security – Henceforth, I propose a new model for thinking of security weaknesses, which is more approachable for application security neophytes and lends more towards developing a mentality that nurtures the development of layered defenses.
The Basics of Web Application Security #security #webapp – Modern web development has many challenges, and of those security is both very important and often under-emphasized. While such techniques as threat analysis are increasingly recognized as essential to any serious development, there are also some basic practices which every developer can and should be doing as a matter of course.
Using Amazon SQS with Spring Boot and Spring JMS – In this post, we will show you how to implement the messaging of an application that creates thumbnails. In this use case, a client system will send a request message through Amazon SQS that includes an Amazon S3 location for the image. The application wil
10 Lessons from 10 Years of Amazon Web Services – With over a million active customers per month, who in turn may serve hundreds of millions of their own customers, there is no lack of opportunities to gain more experience and perhaps no better environment for continuous improvement in the way we serve ou
How We Build Code at Netflix #devops #ci – In this post, we describe the tools and techniques used to go from source code to a deployed service serving movies and TV shows to more than 75 million global Netflix members.
rr: lightweight recording & deterministic debugging – rr aspires to be your primary debugging tool, replacing — well, enhancing — gdb. You record a failure once, then debug the recording, deterministically, as many times as you want. The same execution is replayed every time.
Serverless Framework – Part 1: Up and running – I was in the middle of a blog post about the JAWS framework and before I had finished it changed its name to the Serverless framework. It is a very clever way to build apps without worrying about provisioning server or whether it will scale. This is becaus
linkerd: Twitter-style Operability for Microservices – linkerd is our open-source RPC proxy for microservices. It's built directly on Finagle, and is designed to give you all the operational benefits of Twitter's microservice architecture—those many lessons learned over many years—in a way that's self-containe