This week Intel publicly disclosed a group of processor vulnerabilities known as Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS), also referred to as “ZombieLoad”. MDS affects systems that host virtual machines from varying security domains and/or that the system owner does not fully trust, which includes Linode’s infrastructure and Linodes themselves.
We are happy to announce the new Linode integration for Rancher! Rancher is a free and open source tool that simplifies the deployment and management of Kubernetes clusters. Instead of using command-line tools to access your clusters, Rancher’s web interface provides a logical presentation of all of your deployments, services, and other cluster objects, and […]
Introducing our newest compute instance type: Dedicated CPU Instances Dedicated instances are optimized for workloads where consistent performance is required or where full-duty work (100% CPU all day, every day) needs doing. This includes build boxes, CI/CD, video encoding, machine learning, game servers, databases, data mining, and busy application servers. The underlying CPU resources for […]
We are excited to announce the official release of the Linode Terraform Provider. As official maintainers of the provider, we will continue to support and develop it in collaboration with our partner HashiCorp. Terraform is a popular open source infrastructure as code tool that’s quickly becoming the industry standard for infrastructure automation. With it, you […]
Every day companies are developing, deploying and delivering new solutions using the Linode cloud platform. For these organizations to provide responsive apps and keep experiences closer to their users, many require a decentralized, low-latency solution that puts their applications and systems nearer the network edge. With one of the world’s largest private global networks, Limelight […]
Earlier this week Intel publicly disclosed a new class of processor vulnerabilities known as L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF). Variants of L1TF affect many single and multi-tenant environments, including some of Linode’s infrastructure and Linodes themselves. Read on for what you can do…