Introducing the open-core Apollo GraphQL Platform for product teams of all sizes to do GraphQL right. It builds on Apollo's core open source and Apollo Engine technology to give organizations at all stages of development the tools they need to adopt GraphQL incrementally.
With this release, MemSQL is now free for everyone to use for databases with up to 128GB of RAM usage, and no limit on database size on disk, including solid state drive (SSD). The free tier of MemSQL is full featured and includes all enterprise capabilities, including high availability and security.
As a monitoring company, Outlyer relies on time-series databases as a foundation for building a scalable and reliable monitoring solution. Over the past few years, they’ve gone through 3 iterations of their architecture as they scaled up with more metrics and more customers, and they haven’t always gotten it right.
Currently, Ethereum is considering the adoption of a new way to validate transactions within their networks reducing the energy consumption and achieving an ever greater number of transactions per second. As discussed in Cryptocoin and the Blockchain this new option is called proof-of-stake.
Given the pedigree of Heptio’s founders, this is a signal of the big bet that VMware is taking on Kubernetes, and the belief that it will become an increasing cornerstone in how enterprises run their businesses. It’s also another endorsement of the ongoing rise of open source and its role in cloud architectures.
Engineer.ai’s “Builder” product breaks projects into small “building blocks” of re-usable features that are customized by human engineers all over the world, making the process cheaper than the average process. It has raised one of Europe’s largest Series A investments at $29.5 million, led by Lakestar and Jungle Ventures, with participation from SoftBank’s DeepCore.
This is a significant slice of the IPv4 address space, and one of the few remaining uninterrupted /8s owned by the private sector. Amazon can now tell larger clients "we will have enough IPv4 space to be your partner for all your static-IP-dependent applications, no matter how much you need to scale."
The driving force behind the decision to build two equal offices for “HQ2”—in addition to the company’s headquarters in Seattle—is to allow it to recruit more of the best tech talent, according to the person familiar with the company’s plans.
In the first episode of High Leverage, Heavybit General Partner and host Joe Ruscio is joined by Monitoring Weekly's Mike Julian for a discussion on observability tools, trends, and changing landscapes.