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Much like Canada’s “Own the Podium” team, this week Cybera is looking back at its performance during the Winter Olympics to determine what worked, and where we might have fallen short of networking expectations.
In part two of this series, Matthew Delaney walks through the steps to take to set up a Logstash instance.
Internet connections are expected to slow down as millions of Canadians go online to watch the Olympics next month. In preparation, Cybera has increased bandwidth for the Internet Buying Group for February.
Here is Cybera's final response to the CRTC's review of the regulatory status and policies covering telecommunications wholesale services.
There is a vast treasure trove of information hiding inside the log files on your servers, but visualizing and exploring such a large amount of textual data can be difficult. Logstash directly addresses these common pain points
Here is Cybera's draft response to the CRTC's review of the regulatory status and policies covering telecommunications wholesale services.
Alvaro Pereira and Joe Topjian explain how Cybera made its virtual machines able to connect to the internet with IPv6 addresses.
Curtis Collicutt describes how the tech team behind Alberta's Virtual Computing Lab project adapted Apache's VCL technology.
Canadians have an opportunity to shape the future of internet access and pricing. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has initiated an open review of the regulatory status and policies covering telecommunications wholesale services.
This final installment in a series of blog posts on containers by Joe Topjian will goes over the important details of Docker.