We see a lot of people trying to deploy JHipster applications on Clever Cloud. It does not seem to be fully understood all the time. Especially with the differences between deploying on IaaS and PaaS. And since JHipsterConf is around the corner, it's the perfect time to write about it, to explain a bit what it is and how it can be deployed on PaaS platform like Clever Cloud.
Yesterday two issues affecting CPUs have been released to the public.
TL;DR: the attacks are named Meltdown and Spectre. They allow reading the memory of the OS or of other processes, to steal secrets or get information for other exploits. A part of the solution can greatly affect performance of running code. In particular, this attack allows to easily cross container boundaries, and in some cases (not our case) even VM boundaries.
In addition to servers, consumer machines are affected, especially through browsers, so you should definitely update your operating system as well as your browsers.
PHP is quite popular in website creation. A lot of famous/popular CMS and frameworks are written in this
As these CMS and frameworks became extremely complex, it's important to know that some tricks can be applied to improve overall performances. Communities created a lot of tools or plug-ins. I will try to present you different optimizations you can easily apply to your projects.
At Clever Cloud, we like giving a try to new technologies when they're released,
especially if it means safer software. When facebook recently announced
the release of infer, we surely wanted to try it out!
Hi, I’m Leonard. I have been an intern developer at Clever Cloud for one month
now. When I came in, the CEO put me on a Scala project the first day. As a
software engineer, there’s often a pressure to know everything, and I had never
and a little bit of java. So I had to dive into this new language quite