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Hubert

International Expansion Unit

9 February 2022

Automated and asynchronous localization management with Quartz in clustering mode

Project management can be a fulfilling occupation unless it boils down to doing similar, mechanical tasks over and over again. Computers were invented to alleviate the burden of repetition, and they can do the same for project managers. Learn how we automated the boring part of localization management in a large translation agency.

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Hubert

International Expansion Unit

3 February 2022

Better productivity, deployment, and maintenance through post-merger integration of banking IT systems under Mirantis, an enterprise-ready Kubernetes solution

Our client, a large nordic bank, had successfully acquired another bank along with its loan management system. System integration was necessary - ideally under a uniform, efficient, and automated platform. Among a myriad of options, Clurgo managed to identify and implement the best available solution for the client.

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Hubert

International Expansion Unit

27 January 2022

Reducing business costs and network latency with Kubernetes at the edge

Edge computing is a new type of infrastructure that's been gaining traction in the tech world because it allows to cut back network latency and transfer costs. In our new article, we investigate how and why the edge can be used with Kubernetes, the world's most popular container orchestration platform.

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Hubert

International Expansion Unit

11 January 2022

Log4Shell – what it is, why you should care, and what you can do about it

Log4Shell - the name on everyone's lips since December 2021. It's a formidable flaw in the ubiquitous Log4J logging library that allowed attackers to compromise applications by manipulating user-controlled data. Out in the wild for an indefinite time before discovery, the bug's full ramifications may still see the light of day. Read on to find out more.

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Hubert

International Expansion Unit

16 December 2021

The ultimate Java doctor – using async-profiler to diagnose and eliminate errors and performance issues in Java applications

Does your Java application slow down or outright crash and you have no idea why? The prospect of searching through numerous logs gives you the heebie-jeebies? Fear no more! Async-profiler is like a private eye that follows your applications and takes note of everything they do.

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Hubert

International Expansion Unit

9 November 2021

How to aggregate logs with ELK and Beats?

How to use Filebeat and Metricbeat to collect log and metrics data for ELK to process? This is the subject of another post in our series on the ELK stack.

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Hubert

International Expansion Unit

14 October 2021

Taming traffic with KPD – a novel technological solution by Clurgo

“I study traffic patterns,” special agent Ethan Hunt described his fake job at the beginning of “Mission Impossible 3.” He went on to explain what fascinated him about traffic: “You hit the brakes for a second, just tap them on the freeway, you can literally track the ripple effect of that action across a two-hundred-mile stretch of road, because traffic has a memory. It's amazing. It's like a living organism.

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Krzysztof

Front-end

25 June 2021

Service-worker and static content authorization

Many web applications display various content in the browser. Many of these are only available to logged users or those with a specific role. Often API is secured by JSESSIONID or JWT cookie. While in the first case there is no problem with using the browser, in the case of JWT there is one problem. What is it?

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14 May 2021

ELK Stack configuration using Ansible

We often receive information from a client that there was an error with the http 500 code on an application. The tester quickly creates a scenario to reproduce the error and another problem arises. Behind a nice frontend there are a dozen or so applications installed on different servers. The error information is undoubtedly in the log - just in which one? You can spend days trying to find the right file on the right server, or you can use a toolkit that allows you to aggregate logs.

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15 March 2021

Environment Virtualization using KVM

Virtualizing your environment allows you to work with IT systems quickly and securely.  However, not every application can be containerized and packaged in a Docker container - this is where KVM comes to the rescue. KVM, or Kernel-based Virtual Machine, is an environment on which it is possible to run a virtual machine. The association with VirtualBox is most accurate - the idea is exactly the same. There are, of course, more technologies allowing to create virtual environments - such as VMware or Hyper-V.

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