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  1. Explore the best LLM inference engines and servers available to deploy and serve LLMs in production, including vLLM, TensorRT-LLM, Triton Inference Server, RayLLM with RayServe, and HuggingFace Text Generation Inference.
    2024-06-21 Tags: , , by klotz
  2. Lnav is a log file viewer for large plain text files. It can handle files of any size and offers features like search, filter, and regex highlighting. It's built with C and supports Linux, macOS, and Unix systems.
    2024-06-21 Tags: , , , by klotz
  3. Docker offers various logging drivers that dictate the storage location and format of log messages. These include json-file, syslog, journald, fluentd, awslogs, gelf, logentries, and splunk.
  4. This article outlines the differences between Software Engineering (SE) and Production Engineering (PE), and also discusses their similarities to DevOps and Site Reliability Engineering (SRE).
  5. Flagger is a progressive delivery Kubernetes operator that automates the release process for applications running on Kubernetes. It reduces the risk of introducing a new software version in production by gradually shifting traffic to the new version while measuring metrics and running conformance tests.
  6. Flux is a set of continuous and progressive delivery solutions for Kubernetes that are open and extensible. The latest version brings many new features, making it more flexible and versatile.
  7. An optional component to enable AI features in iTerm2, providing network request functionality, ensuring secure data transmission.
  8. Article discussing the distribution and ownership of IPv4 address space. Discusses the centralization of internet and the potential implications of Amazon buying the last unassigned /8.
  9. Hydrolix is a streaming data lake platform designed to handle large amounts of immutable log data at a lower cost than traditional solutions. The platform is particularly well-suited for observability data and offers real-time query performance on terabyte-scale data. Hydrolix uses an ANSI-compliant SQL interface, is schema-based and fully indexed, and is designed for high-cardinality data. It is purpose-built for log data and focuses on data that comes in once and never changes. Hydrolix is currently used by companies in industries like media, gaming, ad tech, and telecom security that require long-term retention of data. The company recently announced a $35 million Series B round, and its technology serves as the basis for Akamai's observability product TrafficPeak. The platform is designed to save costs for companies dealing with billions of transactions a day and terabytes of data, as it can store data for longer periods than traditional solutions like Splunk or Datadog, thereby reducing costs or increasing retention.
  10. A digital twin is a virtual replica of a real-world physical product, system, or process, serving as its digital counterpart for purposes such as simulation, integration, testing, monitoring, and maintenance. The concept originated from NASA in 2010 as an attempt to improve the physical-model simulation of spacecraft. Digital twins exist throughout the entire lifecycle of the physical entity they represent and are the underlying premise for Product Lifecycle Management. In the manufacturing industry, digital twin technology is being extended to the entire manufacturing process, allowing benefits such as virtualization to be extended to domains such as inventory management, machinery crash avoidance, tooling design, troubleshooting, and preventive maintenance. Digital twinning also enables extended reality and spatial computing to be applied not just to the product itself but also to all of the business processes that contribute towards its production.

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