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Security alerts with Firefox, Thunderbird, Adobe Flash Player and vulnerability in BIND.

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Connectikpeople.co recalls that, Mozilla has released security updates to address vulnerabilities in Firefox, Firefox ESR, and Thunderbird. Exploitation of one of these vulnerabilities may allow an attacker to take control of an affected system. Available updates include: Firefox 39Firefox ESR 38.1Thunderbird 38.1Connectikpeople.co encourages users and administrators to review the Security Advisory for Firefox, Firefox ESR, and Thunderbird and apply the necessary updates. Adobe has also released security updates to address multiple vulnerabilities in Flash Player for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux. These include a critical vulnerability (CVE-2015-5119) in Adobe Flash Player 18.0.0.194 and earlier versions. Adobe is aware of a report that an exploit targeting CVE-2015-5119 has been made publicly available. Therefore, users and administrators are encouraged to review Adobe Security Bulletin APSB15-16 and apply the necessary updates.
The Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) has released security …

Google Container Engine and Google Container Registry in our cloud age.

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It is more and more exciting to see how Containers are streamlining the way that people deploy and manage applications. Henceforth developers and enterprises experience and implement:
More control of container cluster,
Easily store and access their container images from a private repository,
Make packaging apps easier,
better tools to unlock the promise of containerization,Easily set up a container cluster and manage their applications,
Can run a single command and their container cluster and more.

In this momentum, Google Container Engine can give you more control of your container cluster, while Google Container Registrycan allow you to easily store and access your container images from a private repository.

Here is how you can deploy and scale distributed load testing using Docker containers and Kubernetes.

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The overall visibility on your apps is now critical when it comes to cope with challenges related to load testing and more.
This also means that, you need henceforth to be able to model user behavior at scale to really get a feel for how your systems will perform under load.
It is clear that, when load testing your application, it is indispensable to establish some baseline understanding of your application’s performance and to setup and provision compute instances.
Google has released the solution paper and reference implementationthat describe how you can deploy and scale distributed load testing using Docker containers and Kubernetes. It is possible to create a container cluster using Google Container Engine, deploy a Docker-ized load testing framework, and scale the clients as you continue testing. You can also simulate user behavior and conduct distributed load testing using Google Cloud Platform and Kubernetes.

The Google Cloud Console mobile app in our mobile age.

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The real-time ability to monitor and get an overview, to check on and troubleshoot your critical resources anywhere and anytime without any downtime or experience any crash, is now indispensable in our disruptive and high-competitive digital world.
The mobility combined with the cloud computing streamline our digital experiences, so that no need to sit on a computer 24/7.
Connectikpeople.co salutes the dynamic behind the Google Cloud Console mobile app for Android. This app can provide an easy way to manage your Google Cloud Platform resource from your mobile device.


Connectikpeople.co notes that the app can let you see the overall health of your system, view your projects, set alerts, keep an eye on billing, and monitor and take action on Google Cloud Platform resources.

Configurable graph is available to help you monitoring key stats, such as requests per second, errors per second, and total instances for Google App Engine apps.