"... network-level blocking for the most egregious ad networks." Such as?
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The entire premise of TPMs article can't be summarized as Buzzword soup.
It can, however, be very neatly summarized with this statement:
"And containers show us that running a big fat operating system on every compute element is far from efficient. "
I'd argue that this is correct and that expanding from that point - which is really all that containers do - takes us to a much more efficient place in computing.
That is not to say that there aren't deficiencies in containerization, its management or the current implmentations across this spectrum. But, for me - 18yrs experience successfully building, managing and architecting large scale data center infrastructure - these are mere bumps on the road, fractures that will be fixed in due course.
We are riding the first (maybe second) wave of containerization and, I'd argue, the time for containers has indeed come. (apply your own caveats, do your own research etc)
(Also, the timeline is correct)
"The pictures were obviously shot at the very trendy Compleat Angler in Marlow by the wier."
Presumably by someone whose never used a camera before..they are awful - manage to make an extremely expensive, luxurious car look like a second hand car-boot-fair runner.
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You get used to that after a while.
I like the shift into componentized systems generally though. Seems to make the whole world an easier place and I really need that right now. Just wish I could find someone to agree with me....
And yes, I know eggs in one basket etc. But again, you get used to that after a while.
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