Mozilla released Firefox Quantum while both Visual Studio Code and Atom introduce live code collaboration.
AWS switches hypervisor for their new C5 instances and introduces PrivateLinks while GCP adds DNSSEC to their DNS.
AWS released the Direct Connect Gateway, Amazon wants access to your house with Key, and Azure gives us a powerful new tool for Kubernetes.
The KRACK attack was disclosed and Kubernetes will be built into Docker.
GitHub shows dependencies, AWS finally allows multiple SSL certificates, AWS and Microsoft work together on Gluon, and a new Kindle Oasis.
An application development stack from Oracle and new Pixels and other hardware from Google.
In this overview of the Hardening your AWS Environment talk we gave at the AWS User Group in Melbourne we’re focusing on the monitoring and infrastructure access aspects discussed there.
In case you found the writeup of my last presentation a bit long, I posted a shorter version on the Bulletproof blog. It doesn’t have everything from the original writeup, but still contains some useful advice.
When I write something on this site I often refer to a previous article. So today I'll be detailing how I've made my life easier to do so on both iOS and macOS.
My feature request for Bitbucket Pipelines was implemented, Cloudflare had several good announcements, and Amazon launches new Echos.
This talk focuses on hardening your AWS environment using only the tools AWS provides.