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…
We’ve updated the Linode lineup! All plans have received a resource increase. The standard instances now come with more disk space. High Memory instances and the larger standard plans got a RAM boost. We’ve also introduced a new large standard instance: the Linode 192GB, along with an update to our largest High Memory Linode: the Highmem 300GB. Check out the full lineup on our pricing page.
We are happy to announce Block Storage is now available in us-east/Newark and us-central/Dallas! We will have availability in eu-central/Frankfurt within a few weeks. eu-west/London, ap-south/Singapore, and ap-northeast/Tokyo2 remain on schedule for Q2 2018. As noted in our prior post, Block Storage Volumes appear to Linodes as block devices and can be formatted and mounted […]
We are pleased to announce the new Linode Community Questions site! It’s a great place to ask questions, to share ideas and knowledge, to discuss Linode, Linux, the cloud, and everything else in the Linode ecosystem with peers and Linode team members. You’ll be able to start conversations, get help, give advice, and offer solutions. […]