The 2019 Mac Pros have arrived, and our benchmarking has started! We’ve been working hard to create standardized benchmarks to provide developers with the data they need to pick the right hardware to support their work. In our first round of benchmarks, we put the new Mac Pro up against the 2013 Pro and 2018 minis… check it out.
Everybody touts the human-readability of YAML (YAML Ain't Markup Language), and to be fair, there are fewer marks on the file. But, it still has a syntax that needs to be observed if you want the file to actually run anywhere, cause (psst… it really is markup). In this blog, we get into some key features of that syntax, the difference between YAML and JSON, and how to write YAML.
Getting the most out of your VM configuration while executing builds requires a fairly solid knowledge of your overall build process. While this seems obvious, there are often elements developers simply assume work one way that, in fact, do not, until a deep dive is conducted. In this blog, we discuss VM configurations for different use cases.
Put Your Things Away with MacStadium’s Five Storage Options
Time to get excited about storage! While this may not be the most exciting part of a developer’s workflow, the fact remains, computation without data doesn’t yield much of anything. Your data has to live somewhere. Don’t worry about your data dilemmas, MacStadium is here to help. Check out one or more of our five storage solutions on the blog.
ICYMI: MacStadium Achieves ISO Certification for Cloud Privacy
MacStadium recently announced that it has achieved certifications for ISO 27017 and 27018. The ISO 27017 standard provides guidance on the information security aspects of cloud computing, while ISO 27018 provides a set of controls and associated guidance applicable to public cloud personally identifiable information (PII). In addition to ISO 27001, SOC, and Privacy Shield, these certifications exemplify our commitment to data protection and privacy.
MacStadium partners with industry leaders in cloud computing, including Cisco for core infrastructure such as switches and routers. Recently, Khoa Tran from MacStadium’s network architecture team sat down with Cisco to discuss why MacStadium chose to use a VXLAN EVPN network with Nexus 9000, NX-OS and DCNM as we expanded and grew our data center footprint. Curious to take a peek behind the curtain to see how MacStadium and Cisco work together? Watch the case study to learn more.
MacStadium is heading to Europe in March, and we’d love to see you at one of these events:
March 11-12 we’ll be at DevOps Live (part of Cloud Expo Europe). Visit the MacStadium team at booth C1010, or join us for an Orka session on Thursday, March 12 at 12:45pm. March 24-25 you won’t want to miss MacAD.UK. This event is a must for anyone deploying and administering or developing applications for Apple devices. We’ll be discussing Orka at the MacStadium keynote on Wednesday. Get 25% off your MacAD.UK ticket with discount code MACSTADIUM-25-GUEST.
March 30-April 2 the MacStadium team will be at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe to discuss our Mac private clouds and showcase Orka. Visit booth S13 in the expo to learn more.