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How Nexedi moved to HTTP2 with Caddy

After trying and failing to move to HTTP2 using Apache in 2017, Nexedi has adopted Go language based Caddy server. Initial results of HTTP2 show significant speed improvement and good stability. Next step will be the adoption of QUIC. Migration was smooth and entirely automated thank to a test driver devops approach recently introduced in SlapOS.
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Edge Computing for Industrial Automation and Control

The business of industrial automation and control will move away over time from existing, highly profitable, proprietary product lines towards much more flexible yet less profitable open hardware and Free Software. Future profits will eventually emerge from online services based on industrial big data, personalisation, legal regulation and trade secret powered by increasingly smart sensors and gateways at the edge.
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Webrunner Interface - Simlink to Git Software Repository

webrunner interface - simlink to git software repository
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Webrunner Interface - Instance and Software Difference

webrunner interface - instance and software difference
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KVM Instantiation - Landing Page

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ERP5 Instantiation - Landing Page

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SlapOS Interface - ERP5 Software Deployment - Connection Parameters

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SlapOS Interface - ERP5 Software Deployment - Service List

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SlapOS Interface - ERP5 Instantiation - Configuration Parameters

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How To Instantiate ERP5

FINAL - Document showing how to instantiate a ERP5 on SlapOS
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SlapOS Interface - KVM Software Deployment - Connection Parameters

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SlapOS Interface - KVM Software Deployment - Service List

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SlapOS Interface - KVM Instantiation - Configuration Parameters

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How To Instantiate KVM

FINAL - Document showing how to instantiate a KVM on SlapOS
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SlapOS Interface - Webrunner Software Deployment - Service List

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How To Instantiate Webrunner

FINAL - Document showing how to instantiate a Webrunner Development IDE on SlapOS
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SlapOS Tutorial - Manage SlapOS Network

FINAL - Document showing how to manage tickets on a SlapOS system.
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SlapOS Tutorial - Upgrade Software Release

FINAL - Document explaining how to create a new software release or upgrade an existing one.
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A multi-core Python HTTP server (much) faster than Go (spoiler: Cython)

A multi-core Python HTTP server that is about 40% to 110% faster than Go can be built by relying on the Cython language and LWAN C library. A proof of concept validates the possibility of high performance system programming in the Cython language.
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Python mulit-core benchmark in uvloop context

The existence of cython combined with a clean concurrency model based on technologies such as gevent and pygolang could change the situation if both can be tightly integrated into cython's static cdef code rather than scattered as it is today.
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