30 Burst results for "Fastly"

Dutch GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Dutch GP Qualifying Report

"Stop taking pole position at the dutch grand prix it to the absolute delight of the sea of oranges the grandstands the red bull driver was until form throughout the day showing absolutely blistering pace and he did not let up. When it came to qualifying he will start alongside title rival hamilton. He came close just under four hundreds of max but he couldn't quite take that pole position. Teammate voucher brought us will be starting p. Three tomorrow ahead of goslett who was on fantastic form once again and secured a p four start. Charlotte cloud will lead an ferrari. Thaad right after pipping teammate. By just one hundredth of a second a strong performance from ferrari especially from the team humanity repack hall assigns call after a big shunt in f. p. Three antonucci of nazi was a standout performer of qualifying securing a piece. Seven any six hundred behind la. Mp five after solid showing from the affirmation driver throughout today's session. Meanwhile there was no can be rocketing on track today. Often news break this morning that he tested positive for cave in nineteen as a result wrote cubit place winding up p eighteen equally. The app came in p. a. m. p. nine with daniel ricardo rounding out the top ten on while the was several standup performances. Today that will also some shocks notably the elimination of sergio perez and sebastian vessel in q. One traffic caused issues for both drivers with such a missing the kochav seven hundreds behind sonoda on winding up sixteen. Sebastian vessel found himself stuck behind the house. 'cause of nikki to massive pain and makes you mce forcing best to abort his flying lap. The hospital was summoned to the stuarts. But knife i've action was taken off the stewards deemed. It was not unnecessary. Impeding with vessel reportedly also explaining to the students that were just too many calls in one place. We had to red flags in the session. Both as a result of incidents involving the williams drivers fastly in q. To george russell suffered from snack of either. Stay on the entry into the final corner ending up in the barrios. The red flag was bored out but he was able to get the car back to the pits but with sadly unable to rejoin the session. So ended up eleven.

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"fastly" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"fastly" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Oh, yeah. What would you don't let him Don't let him touch it. What will he do fixed my phone. One time It was a flip phone and he broke it in half. You don't have a phone anymore. Well, life is a flip phone. I needed to get a new phone. While computers have been letting everybody down lately yesterday when He came in here. We didn't know if it was our computers that weren't working or the Internet itself. Turns out it was a cloud situation. Yeah, we've learned that thousands of government news and social media websites across the globe. Went offline on Tuesday after being hit by a widespread our long outage linked to a U. S based cloud company called Fastly Inc. Vastly. Yeah, Fast, bad language. That's the name of the company. Fastly Reddit, Amazon, CNN, PayPal. The New York Times Al Jazeera all went offline for a brief period of time. You know what did not go offline. W j uncensored dot com. That's the power baby powered by our homies at Rhino Web studios, because that's how good that they are right. But we were wondering about this thing going offline. So we actually got a reporter out there We send a guy out there. Let's go live now to the press conference for some updates on why the Internet stopped working yesterday. Hello, I'm Al Began d from the Department of Internet security. Now we understand from our I T guy. Gary that the Internet was down for a couple of hours yesterday because of a C D and malfunction service is now restored. If at any point yesterday, you had to talk to people face to face. Take care of your Children without giving them an iPad or God forbid, use a landline. There are steps being taken to put you in touch with mental health professionals. Until next time we have the Internet thing handled. Or at least that's what Gary told us. That's a lot Carrie got. Gary carry pisses me off. Gary was, uh, you know, he had a little bid. No. Yeah, Absolutely. Yeah, Well, that'll happen Sometimes. Sometimes you just put the wrong person in charge of a job. You know what I mean? Our next question will come from Maria.

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The Aftermath of That Global Internet Outage

Talking Tech

01:59 min | 3 months ago

The Aftermath of That Global Internet Outage

"Listeners. Mike schneider here i'm brett. Molina and welcome back to talking tech. If you were up early tuesday morning than likely noticed. Several big websites like amazon read it twitch even usa. Today were down as part of a massive global internet outage the roughly hour-long disruption has been linked back to the cloud content company. Fastly saying it was caused by service configuration. That they've since disabled. That's right bread so most of us have not heard of fastly. But it's a san francisco based content delivery network or cdn now. Other big cd ends are amazon. Miami cloud fair and what they do companies such just the new york times. Usa today get hub. Pinterest and others is a thousands of computer servers around the us and around the globe where they cash or store content so when you click and want to read a story or page or watch a video. It's faster than if you had to go to new york or wherever the online site is in the physical world now. It's likely interruptions like this. What happened again and again. Because so much of what we do now involves cloud computing with everything from the software with which we communicate with our coworkers to our entertainment systems to on online delivery. And all these things we do on our phones now redundancy of networks having backup systems probably prevent outages from happening more often in the experts. I talked to about the situation suggest. That's a lesson we should all take personally for instance. If you only have important files on your computer or they're stored in the cloud you might want to add. Another layer of redundancy. So maybe a second computer holds copies of the files and they're encrypted or perhaps you store them on an external hard drive or usb memory stick and keep them somewhere not at your

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"fastly" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"fastly" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"That for you. Oh, yeah. What would you don't let him Don't let him touch it. What will he do fixed my phone. One time. It was a flip phone and he broke it in half. You don't have a phone anymore. Well, life is a flip phone. I needed to get a new phone computers have been letting everybody down lately. Yesterday when we Came in here. We didn't know if it was our computers that weren't working or the Internet itself. Turns out it was a cloud situation. Yeah, we've learned that thousands of government news and social media websites across the globe. Went offline on Tuesday after being hit by a widespread our long outage linked to a U. S based cloud company called Fastly Inc. Vastly. Yeah, Fast, bad language. That's the name of the company. Fastly Reddit, Amazon, CNN, PayPal. The New York Times Al Jazeera all went offline for a brief period of time. You know what did not go offline. W j uncensored dot com. That's the power baby powered by our homies at Rhino Web studios, because that's how good that they are right. But we were wondering about this thing going offline, so we actually got a reporter out there. We send a guy out there. Let's go live now to the press conference for some updates on why the Internet stopped working yesterday. Hello, I'm Alba Gandhi from the Department of Internet security. Now we understand from our I T guy Gary. That the Internet was down for a couple of hours yesterday because of a C D and malfunction service is now restored. If at any point yesterday, you had to talk to people face to face. Take care of your Children without giving them an iPad or, God forbid, use a landline. There are staff's being taken to put you in touch with mental health professionals. Until next time we have the Internet thing handled. Or at least that's what Gary told us. That's a lot. Gary Gary Gary pisses me off. Gary was, uh, you know, he had the little bid. Oh, yeah, Absolutely. Yeah, Well, that'll happen Sometimes. Sometimes you just put the wrong person in charge of a job. You know what I mean? Our next question will come from Maria Fernanda..

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"fastly" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

06:44 min | 3 months ago

"fastly" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Same flight and just trying laughing up. Yeah you're gonna see morton so funny by the dozen two. I'll record breaking right. Oh my god. Hilary duff is killing it right now and and fastly is training because that is a server company that was down this morning and brought down the new york times bretton. Google brought down all sorts of for real big websites when east coast woke up this morning. bunch of the internet was down. Read it was done fast. Lee way to guy now because some ransomware shit. i don't know if it was ransomware. Actually yeah went down this morning so we don't we still don't have the autopsy of what knocked off the internet down but yeah delicate is our whole infrastructure. Is you know they throw a little throw bag of marbles on the ground in front of one part of the supply chain and shit goes wild illegal flurry. We didn't plan for this I'm finally chris. harrison. is he. He's gone from the bachelor on my god and it's all he has to show. Yeah what happens so he. He got fired or he quit fired. He's leaving. i mean his once. It became clear that they didn't wanna keep him after he Went on a run. Just defending racist on on a tv. Show the why. Yeah we're gonna bring actually super producer. On aho's hosea to explain takeaway on Squash is i am reporting on this e. I'm outside chris ariza's house. It does look like chris. Harrison was threatening to reveal all the deep dark secrets the bachelor franchise here. Yeah helicopters helicopters. It turns out that He was threatening warner bros. at so he was like give me a ton of money and i'll keep my mouth shut so he was able to get an eight figure. Deal to walk away and stay silent. All right guys reporting from the field. This is that owes here all right. That's you love. Chris harrison doing the white man golden parachute on out threatening blackmail to get your way isla buck in crockett shit. Everything also like well look. I mean i'm sure there are pretty like explicitly like fucked up things that happen but you can just tell by the way the show moves that there's a lot going on there. I'm sure that they don't want people to know. But you're mad at what. What do you think was they. Were concerned about getting out. I think they just don't want people to know. Just how explicitly Out of touch racist the production staff behind it Right oh you should see how they choose these people in the things. I've heard them say it will cause me being like well. The antebellum period. Who's wasn't that long ago so like you know it. It's okay if some people misunderstand would man or what that means yeah and just to remind people. His the the thing he said was that someone was like you know it's problematic that was the bachelorette or a on the bachelor. It was on the who is going to win. People were like. It's terrible that she went to a plantation parties and he was like really but it was two thousand eighteen. We didn't know we didn't know back. Then we know what it was again. I will say this this was after charlottesville and we still didn't know what any of this meant though. Yeah goodbye a punk ass if you see him yeah. Ask him for spellcheck. We need to start milkshake rich people. Yeah look we're rich. People should not be able to show their faces in public but arena therapy hobnob places most broke people or normal people can never access anyway. So that's like a new prank show. It's like you infiltrate these like high-society things like hi. jeff bezos. i'm this magnate and then like punk pants your ass in front of everybody. Aniston like yo look at his own underwear weird. That's assuming that he You know gets through july. We'll see Yeah we'll see if karma exists. Y'all live on the books All right those are just some of the things that are trending Here on tuesday. June eighth we are back tomorrow with a whole s episode of the show until then be kind to each other. Be to yourselves wear a mask. Don't do nothing about white supremacy. We will talk to you by by now. It's time for a plant fact. Everyone loves lilacs but there's more to them than meets the eye. Their scientific name is ringa which derives from the greek word ceilings for pan pipes. This is because their stems are filled with a spongy. Pith that can be removed and the hallo would played like a flute. You can get your own lilac or any of the award-winning proven winners. Flowering shrubs at your local garden centre or visit proven winners color choice dot com gang. I want to introduce you to the most unique show on tv. It is the new stars. Original series blind spotting based on the critically acclaimed film binding takes a groundbreaking approach to tackling real life issues. Fueled by issues of comedy. Spoken word the occasional choreographed existential crisis. It's unlike anything you've ever seen. It is of course. Executive produced by tv digs and rafael castle. A blind spot and premiere sunday june thirteenth only on stars and the stars app..

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"fastly" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"fastly" Discussed on AP News

"A P news. I'm Rita Foley, an expert says. This is serious. This was a global outage, she says. Some popular websites went offline after what appears to have been a problem at the Cloud Service company called Fastly. Here's Our Julie Walker. Dozens of high traffic websites, including The New York Times, CNN Twitch read it, and even the UK government's homepage could not be reached. San Francisco based Fastly acknowledged the problem this morning and said and repeated updates on its website. It was continuing to investigate the issue, and then an hour later, the company said the issue had been identified. And a fix had been applied. But customers may experience increased origin load as global services return. Fastly provides vital behind the scenes cloud computing services to many of the webs high profile sites. A lot of mistakes were made before the attack on the U. S. Capitol building in January. That's the conclusion of a bipartisan Senate investigation, which points fingers, a government, military and law enforcement. The report cites widespread failures from multiple agencies that did not predict the attack, even though insurrectionists were openly planning it on the Internet. Among the recommendations Consolidated Intelligence unit within the Capitol police We've got an update for you now on how the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan is going. Here's are my campaign officials say the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan is more than 50% complete. Much of it so far as involved removing or disposing of equipment aircraft, another war materials, the troops who are needed to secure and execute the withdrawal will be among the last to leave. The CEO of Colonial Pipeline testifies this morning before a Senate committee. He'll explain why his company paid millions to hackers. After a ransomware attack the force to fuel pipeline to shut down This is a P news. There's more tragic news from Pakistan this morning after two trains crashed into each other recently, officials say the death toll from a horrific collision of two trains in southern Pakistan has risen to 63 after rescuers pulled 12 more bodies from crumpled cars a day after the crash. Pakistan Railways says train tracks will be cleared and fix for traffic to resume Monday's crash set up a desperate effort to search the crumpled cars for survivors and the dead. An express train barreled into another that derailed before dawn on Monday, more than 100. Other people were injured cries for help pace the night as passengers climbed out of overturned or crushed railcars. It's unclear exactly what caused the derailment. AM Zaria Shaqiri. Bruce Springsteen will return to Broadway, June 26 for a limited run of his show called What Else? Springsteen On Broadway, You'll have to be fully vaccinated to attend. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an AP News Monette, Some well known websites went off line briefly after an apparent widespread outage at the Cloud Service company Fast Lake. And there were still reports of some disruptions after the company patch the problem. The sites included The New York Times and CNN. A Senate investigation of the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol building has found broad government, military and law enforcement missteps surrounding the attack. Here's our Julie Walker the committee's interviews, detail what one officer told them was absolutely brutal abuse from Trump supporters as they ran over them and broke into the building. Described hearing racial slurs and seeing Nazi salute. The report recommends immediate changes to give the Capitol police chief more authority provide better planning and equipment for law enforcement and streamline intelligence gathering among federal agencies. AP correspondent Julie Walker reporting I'm Rita Foley. Numerous websites went offline today after an apparent widespread outage at the Cloud service company FASTLY. Dozens of high traffic websites, including The New York Times, CNN Twitch, read it, and even the UK government's homepage could not be reached. San Francisco based vastly acknowledge the problem this morning and said, and repeated updates on its website, It was continue. It was continuing to investigate the issue, and then an hour and then an hour later and then an hour investigate the issue, and then an hour later, the company said the issue had been identified and a fix had been applied. Customers may experience increased origin load as global services return. Fastly provides vital behind the scenes cloud computing services to many of the webs high profile sites by helping them to store or cache content and servers around the world so that it's closer to users. I'm Julie Walker, A British police officer, has pleaded guilty to the kidnap and rape of a woman as she walked home in south London and whose body was found a week later in the woods. Court at London's Old Bailey heard that when cousins 48 years old, accepted responsibility for the death of Sarah ever heard, though he wasn't asked to enter a plea to a charge of murder members of Everett's family set in court to witness the defendant and to his please Medical reports about the Metropolitan Police officer who appeared by video link from Belmarsh prison are being prepared. A further hearing before the judge will take place in July have read a 33 year old marketing executive went missing as she walked home from a friend's house in south London on the third of March. Syria. Shockley, London AP.

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"fastly" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

02:23 min | 3 months ago

"fastly" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Goes. Facebook says it will show creators who are using its new tools. How much apple. Google and others take a cut of their earnings through a new payout interface. Quoting the verge less than two hours before apple's big worldwide developers conference facebook ceo mark zuckerberg announced that the company would be launching a new interface for creators that shows how different fees affect their earnings on. The platform zuckerberg wasn't clear as to win. The new interface would be launching beyond saying that there'd be more to come soon secondary also says the company will keep paid online events fan. Subscriptions badges and quote are coming independent news products free for creators until two thousand twenty. Three this is an extension of a policy announced in august when facebook introduce the events feature last year. it had promised that it wouldn't collect fees until at least two thousand twenty one. The company eventually plans to introduce a revenue shares Says but when it does it will be quote less than thirty percent that apple and others take and quote so cute little bit of counter programming there on sucks part but if you look at the interface which you can do if you click through the link on the show notes it is disheartening to see how thirty two hundred dollars in revenue quickly becomes two two hundred dollars revenue after. Everyone wets their beak. Tiny rumor here from reuters. They claim that apple is in the early stages of talks with china's cat l. And byu d two of the world's biggest automotive battery makers to supply batteries for its rumored electric vehicle quote abbas in favor of using lithium. Iron phosphate batteries that are cheaper to produce because they use iron instead of nickel and cobalt which are more expensive. These sources said people familiar with the matter have previously said apple's plan. Ev could include its own breakthrough battery technology. It was not immediately clear if the discussions with l. y. Involved apple's own technology or designs chinese battery makers are expected to grow at a faster pace than their foreign peers. Thanks to further expansion of the world's biggest v market s. Any research said in june report. Reuters reported last week that. At l. is planning a major new automotive battery plant in shanghai continuing a blistering pace of expansion that will cement. Its lead as the world's number one supplier the factory would be near. Tesla's china manufacturing operations as well and.

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"fastly" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:47 min | 3 months ago

"fastly" Discussed on AP News

"A P news. I'm Rita Foley, an expert says. This is serious. This was a global outage, she says. Some popular websites went offline after what appears to have been a problem at the Cloud Service company called Fastly. Here's Our Julie Walker. Dozens of high traffic websites, including The New York Times, CNN Twitch read it, and even the UK government's homepage could not be reached. San Francisco based Fastly acknowledged the problem this morning and said and repeated updates on its website. It was continuing to investigate the issue, and then an hour later, the company said the issue had been identified. And a fix had been applied. But customers may experience increased origin load as global services return. Fastly provides vital behind the scenes cloud computing services to many of the webs high profile sites. A lot of mistakes were made before the attack on the U. S. Capitol building in January. That's the conclusion of a bipartisan Senate investigation, which points fingers, a government, military and law enforcement. The report cites widespread failures from multiple agencies that did not predict the attack, even though insurrectionists were openly planning it on the Internet. Among the recommendations Consolidated Intelligence unit within the Capitol police We've got an update for you now on how the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan is going. Here's are my campaign officials say the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan is more than 50% complete. Much of it so far is involved removing or disposing of equipment aircraft, another war materials, the troops who are needed to secure and execute the withdrawal will be among the last to leave. The CEO of Colonial Pipeline testifies this morning before a Senate committee. He'll explain why his company paid millions to hackers after Ransomware attack the force to fuel pipeline to shut down This is a P news. There's more tragic news from Pakistan this morning after two trains crashed into each other recently, officials say the death toll from a horrific collision of two trains in southern Pakistan has risen to 63 after rescuers pulled 12 more bodies from crumpled cars a day after the crash. Pakistan Railways says train tracks will be cleared and fix for traffic to resume Monday's crash set up a desperate effort to search the crumpled cars for survivors and the dead. An express train barreled into another that derailed before dawn search the crumpled cars for survivors and the dead. An express train barreled into another that derailed before dawn on Monday, more than 100. Other people were injured. Cries for help pace the night as passengers climbed out of overturned or crushed railcars. It's unclear exactly what.

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"fastly" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:59 min | 3 months ago

"fastly" Discussed on AP News

"Is a P news. I'm Rita Foley, an expert says. This is serious. This was a global outage, she says. Some popular websites went offline after what appears to have been a problem at the Cloud Service company called Fastly. Here's Our Julie Walker. Dozens of high traffic websites, including The New York Times, CNN Twitch read it, and even the UK government's homepage could not be reached. San Francisco based Fastly acknowledged the problem this morning and said and repeated updates on its website. It was continuing to investigate the issue, and then an hour later, the company said the issue had been identified. And a fix had been applied. But customers may experience increased origin load as global services return. Fastly provides vital behind the scenes cloud computing services to many of the webs high profile sites. A lot of mistakes were made before the attack on the U. S. Capitol building in January. That's the conclusion of a bipartisan Senate investigation, which points fingers, a government, military and law enforcement. The report cites widespread failures from multiple agencies that did not predict the attack, even though insurrectionists were openly planning it on the Internet. Among the recommendations Consolidated Intelligence unit within the Capitol police We've got an update for you now on how the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan is going. Here's are my campaign officials say the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan is more than 50% complete. Much of it so far is involved removing or disposing of equipment aircraft, another war materials, the troops who are needed to secure and execute the withdrawal will be among the last to leave. The CEO of Colonial Pipeline testifies this morning before a Senate committee he'll explain why his company paid millions to hackers. After ransomware attack the force to fuel pipeline is shut down. This is a P news. There's more tragic news from Pakistan this morning after two trains crashed into each other recently, officials say the death toll from a horrific collision of two trends in southern Pakistan has risen to 63 after rescuers pulled 12 more bodies from crumpled cars a day after the crash. Pakistan Railways says train tracks will be cleared and fix for traffic to resume Monday's crash set up a desperate effort to search the crumpled cars for survivors and the dead. An express train barreled into another that derailed before dawn on Monday, more than 100. Other people were injured cries for help Pierce the night as passengers climbed out of overturned or crushed railcars. It's unclear exactly what caused the derailment. I am very a shockingly Bruce Springsteen will return to Broadway, June 26 for a limited run of his show called What Else? Springsteen On Broadway, You'll have to be fully vaccinated to attend. I'm Rita Foley. AP News When your entire life is online, you need more than.

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"fastly" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"fastly" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is, uh Nothing Is that urgent. Speaking of urgency, Aaron Rodgers will find out fairly soon if he's there or not, so he made no show The Bucks completely No show last night and in the Brooklyn. My goodness, disappointing. That's at one point down 49 points. I have some thoughts on that, as we launch are showing a bit. It is 8 31, though it's time for the news from the WTMJ breaking news Center, Jane Matinee. Thank you, Steve. Numerous websites offline briefly this morning after an apparent widespread outage at a Cloud service company called Fastly dozens of sites, including The New York Times, CNN Twitch Reddit. Even the UK government's homepage would not load San Francisco based Fastly acknowledging a problem problem Instead, about an hour later, the issue had been identified. Any fix applied. Marquette University will require students to get vaccinated against Covid 19 in order to attend classes in fall the school making the announcement on Monday. Marquette, the third private university in Wisconsin, mandating vaccinations for students. Criminal gangs divulged plans for moving drugs and carrying up killings of the messaging APP that was secretly being run by the FBI law enforcement agencies unveiled the global sting operation today, saying they dealt an unprecedented blow to organized crime. The operation has nabbed more than 800 suspects over 32 tons of drugs. 255 firearms, 55 luxury cars and more than $145 million in cash and cryptocurrencies. Time for the WTMJ Drinking Associates Market Update Opening Bell mixed results that allow is down 12 at 34,006 18 the NASDAQ, though of 60 at 9, 13,042. And the S and P is up five at 42 31. Alright, Debbie Laz ago. What are we looking at on the roadways?.

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Major Websites Go Down Worldwide

Morning Edition

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Major Websites Go Down Worldwide

"And several media and several and US media government and US sites government sites the disruption the disruption appears to been appears caused to by been problems caused by problems experienced experienced by a cloud by a cloud computing computing content content delivery network delivery called network Fastly. called Fastly. Most sites are Most back sites up and are back running up after and running about an after hour. about The BBC an hour. The senior BBC technology senior technology reporter Joe reporter Kleinman Joe is Kleinman tracking this is tracking this one of the company's one of the company's that's behind that's this. behind You've probably this. You've never probably heard of, never heard but of, it's absolutely but it's absolutely enormous. It's enormous. based in California, It's based in California, and it's called Fastly and it's called Fastly and what it is, and what is it is, what's called is a what's content called a content delivery delivery network. network. What that means What that is it means has its is own it has global its own network global network of servers of servers where it where stores it stores Bits of data Bits from of data various from websites various websites if you like. So if when you like. you go So online, when you go you online, say, I want you to say, watch I want this video to watch this video rather rather than going to the than original going to the source original of the video, source of which the video, could be anywhere which could be in the anywhere world. in the world. You'll go to one You'll of go fastly to one of fastly servers nearby, servers nearby, and you'll get and that you'll great get that big great data big file data of video file quicker, of video So quicker, it looks So it like looks like that that was what was went down what went this global down this network global of network service. of service. That Zoe That Kleinman Zoe Technology Kleinman Technology reporter BBC reporter One BBC of the One hot of the hot bets bets

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Major Websites Go Down Worldwide

Morning Edition

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Major Websites Go Down Worldwide

"And several media and several and US media government and US sites government sites the disruption the disruption appears to been appears caused to by been problems caused by problems experienced experienced by a cloud by a cloud computing computing content content delivery network delivery called network Fastly. called Fastly. Most sites are Most back sites up and are back running up after and running about an after hour. about The BBC an hour. The senior BBC technology senior technology reporter Joe reporter Kleinman Joe is Kleinman tracking this is tracking this one of the company's one of the company's that's behind that's this. behind You've probably this. You've never probably heard of, never heard but of, it's absolutely but it's absolutely enormous. It's enormous. based in California, It's based in California, and it's called Fastly and it's called Fastly and what it is, and what is it is, what's called is a what's content called a content delivery delivery network. network. What that means What that is it means has its is own it has global its own network global network of servers of servers where it where stores it stores Bits of data Bits from of data various from websites various websites if you like. So if when you like. you go So online, when you go you online, say, I want you to say, watch I want this video to watch this video rather rather than going to the than original going to the source original of the video, source of which the video, could be anywhere which could be in the anywhere world. in the world. You'll go to one You'll of go fastly to one of fastly servers nearby, servers nearby, and you'll get and that you'll great get that big great data big file data of video file quicker, of video So quicker, it looks So it like looks like that that was what was went down what went this global down this network global of network service. of service. That Zoe That Kleinman Zoe Technology Kleinman Technology reporter BBC reporter One BBC of the One hot of the hot bets bets

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CNN, Amazon and Other Major Websites Down After Global Fastly Outage

Wake Up Call

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

CNN, Amazon and Other Major Websites Down After Global Fastly Outage

"The New York Times. CNN Twitch British government. Hulu HBO. Max Amazon, You name it. They got various error messages this morning like Unknown domain. No, those domains are out there. But dozens of websites around the world went out this morning because of an outage at a cloud servicing company called Fastly. Fastly says it's investigating the issue and as of right now, Well, Fastly says. It's a technical issue. They still haven't said No, it was not some sort of cyber attack hack. So that's what we're going to be watching all day was. What was this? And how could one single company get hit? Take down all of these information sites will be following up on that right now Jim Ryan. And speaking

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Fastly Glitch Disrupts Swathes of Global Internet

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Fastly Glitch Disrupts Swathes of Global Internet

"Right now, Ivan, find south with us. The Tigers financial partners here on what we observe today from Fastly and an Internet outage. I mean, you are expert at the review of the companies like Cisco. To make the stuff that we take for granted. Does. AWS does Google, Microsoft and for that matter, does Fastly take for granted the solidity of their systems? Well, I don't believe these manufacturers take for for granted. I believe and users the consumers. They always believed that the Internet is going to work. It's going to work well, it's going to be fast, however. We are in an environment where there is all kinds of cyber attacks just to be disruptive and cyber attacks. To hold companies for ransom to disrupt businesses to create an anti competitive environment. So there's a lot of vulnerability. There's a lot of security, but this again highlights the importance. Of redundancy in the networks, Yes, security in the networks and more and more in the beginning speed of the network and the network worked through the sophistication of the hardware. More and more. A lot of these networks are software defined networks, which are relying on the sophistication of the software. And relying on the software to provide increased security. And

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Swaths of internet down, outage at cloud company Fastly

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Swaths of internet down, outage at cloud company Fastly

"Numerous websites when offline today after an apparent widespread outage at the cloud service company fastly dozens of high traffic websites including The New York Times CNN twitch reddit and even the UK government's home page could not be reached San Francisco based fastly acknowledge the problem this morning and said and repeated updates on its website it was continue it was continuing to investigate the issue and then an hour and then an hour later and then an hour to investigate the issue and then an hour later the company said the issue had been identified and the fix had been applied but customers may experience increased Arjun lotus global services return vastly provides vital behind the scenes cloud computing services to many of the web's high profile sites by helping them to store or cache content in servers around the world so that it's closer to users I'm Julie Walker

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From Twitter to Palantir, Losses in Technology Stocks Stack Up

CNBC's Fast Money

01:37 min | 5 months ago

From Twitter to Palantir, Losses in Technology Stocks Stack Up

"On the one side. The reason highflyers crashing back to earth. They just check out. These moves fastly. Fc twilla draftkings all plunging. Those names now down at least thirty percent from their all-time highs on the other side the old school value name cisco ibm dow oracle not just today but many are trading at or near all time highs so in this tech tug o war. What side do you bet on dan. Well right now. It seems pretty clear. I mean the pandemic winners right some of these high valuation high growth names that were really well situated during just the unique situation during the pandemic they pulled forward a lot of demand here and now they're faced with decelerating metrics forward on all sorts of occasions. You have fastly down there. Facet was down twenty five percent today. It's still trades at about ten times next year sales so the demand and the pace in which these companies were growing in last year into this year are just not sustainable at these valuations. I throw a whole nother group though in their mail. We've seen some huge. Ipo's over the last six months or so airbnb. Door dash snowflake pailin tear and those stocks are down thirty forty percent from their recent highs. And they'd be more comparable to the oracle the dell the ibm and the cisco and i do think that as a really interesting relationship here that you're seeing rotation out of these high valuation names into cheap names that are more stable that don't have the growth just a bit more defensive here.

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American Rescue Plan 02/27/22 part two

Vote-Voiced Podcast

03:27 min | 7 months ago

American Rescue Plan 02/27/22 part two

"Second part. But if not, I will do a third part. I want to thank you for listening to the vote Voice podcast vote Voice is a 501 c 3 nonprofit. You can follow us on Instagram Twitter. We're on Facebook. We have a website at ww.w off vote voiced., and we thank you for your support. I thank you for following us to the second half of the American Rescue plan by accident bitin and we're going to get started. So I can start to read out. Because I think that we need to know ourselves. What is in President Biden's rescue plan so that we have this information for ourselves. We're not depending on anyone to tell us what's in the plan we need was in the black and I know there's a lot of people calling up to Washington because as I'm reading this everything's playing out in Washington right now, this is February 27th. 2021 and right now in Washington this plan is going through the system many people oppose it. It's very much needed and we need to know what's in this plan so that we know if we support this plan or not. Okay, so I'm going to pick up where I left off in part one of President Biden's American Rescue plant. And right now we're at at the point where the president has laid out his plan for extended and expanded unemployment insurance benefits. So American workers can pay their bills around 18 million Americans rely on the unemployment insurance program. Congress did the right thing by continuing expanded eligibility and extending the number of weeks unemployed workers can receive benefits off one study estimates that extending pandemic unemployment insurance programs through 2021 could create our save over five million jobs. These benefits are set to expire in weeks. Even as the covid-19 pandemic worsens millions of Americans are receiving benefits check through Unemployment Insurance programs. That will no longer serve new beneficiaries starting in mid-march, and I believe they have to have this off everything in place in Washington by March I think they're trying to do it by March 14th. Because the plan is fastly going

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"fastly" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

08:06 min | 10 months ago

"fastly" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

"And how else survived the coronavirus crisis and on this thursday visit. He said that he was praying. The entertainment venues would be able to reopen as well soon because so many are struggling with that. Yeah it's happening in the states and all around the world as well. It's it's so hard he just hope that People get the support. They needed that lena. Few months maybe we can start. You know making progress. I've got to admit i miss going out. I think i've kind of reached a point in my life where i was a little bored of some of the nightlife the now now by chapter of the restaurant and i miss it so much it will be while the think about going out again and being in large groups and dancing simply such a foreign concept right now doesn't it. I was watching. Tv show last night and one of the scenes they were in a club. People ask wrong. it's funny how. Yeah we sort of normalized. Isla normal maggie speaking of tv. I wanted to ask now that you are in the thick of season for the crown watched it a while ago. I've wanted to get your opinion on a story that broke this week. It's to be building up. Full couple of weeks now has led to britain's culture secretary oliver downturn coaling for netflix to label the crown as fiction. He wants a health warning and he used that word. A health warning flashed up at the beginning of the show and spoke to the mantle on sunday which funnily enough is running a campaign to have netflix's flash a coercion. Before you start watching an episode on netflix. And he said that he was worried that viewers could mistake fiction for this health warning needs to clarify that. The series is in his words completely fictional. And i find this interesting for so many reasons. Fastly because when have we ever had a conversation like this about a story or film book or movie or whatever based on a true story and had conversations about what scenes were embellished one. I think we've often just sort of taken that for what it is which is a recreation dramatic recreation of something from the past and. I don't think it's really influenced too many people's opinions in a way that so many seem to think that the crown might do well it interesting. I understand there could be frustration. Because i think a lot of people do watch the crowd. And maybe if they're not familiar with the royal family and they almost think it's a docu series in a sense and they assume things are one hundred percent accurate and i also the sensitivity. Especially now that. I'm in season four as you said. Oh i've been binging this. I'm really into the crowd right now. So now that. I'm in season four and they're dealing with people that are very much alive and part of the conversation. Today i mean if a young charles and drama that he goes through and so you can obviously see why charles and many of his members of the royal family are concerned and care so much because they're being portrayed onscreen but like you said. I mean a health warning. That phrase seems quite extreme to put before a tv show. I think most people watching it understand that you know. Tv shows always mess with chronological timelines and maybe embellished. Certain things or our work on dialogue that they have an idea but isn't one hundred percent accurate. I think that's part of what making television is and of course there's so many based on true life events movies and things go out there that also don't have health warnings based on true events so i know you hope that people understand that. This isn't one hundred percent accurate you know. It's based on a family. And i don't know about you but i'm constantly fact checking and i watched the crown with your cell phone in one hand like wikipedia checking absolutely every day and every everything that happened so you know you hope people learn from it and makes them wanna learn more absolutely reached out some net flicks to see if they would come in on this because it has the story has sort of reached perhaps a slightly silly silly territory now that publicly sort of declining to comment on the matter but a source. That didn't know that it has been widely reported for years that the crown is a drama based on real life events based on. And i think that that speaks for itself wrote lacey. His was historical consultant on the earliest seasons. Himself had spoken about their sort of two versions of the truth. The historical truth then. Of course the larger truth about the past. And this is one version of that story. And i mean i would argue a lot of the coverage of royal stories that is often goes out to the world through the pages of certain tabloids come with their own embellishments to rely on sources. Interesting be so the question is should we attach a health warning to all of this stuff is require a big conversation or are people just over thinking. I mean for netflix's part. They seem to be completely chill because is doing very well. I noticed they tweets it just after this story broke. Actually that does a documentary. This being recommended to pretty much anyone that has watched or finished season for the crown. It's called diana in own words. it's a twenty eighteen. Production made by the national geographic network not to be confused with a british production of the same title. And this is a nineteen minutes. Docu movie basically based on tapes that dinah had recorded for a friend to provide to andrew morton when he was writing a biography on her life. And what. I found very interesting about this. Sometimes in almost exact detail some of the moments that diner it talks about in this documentary or identical to that Those that take place in the crown. So i think that there is a danger here that s- by shouting from the rooftops at the crown is is fiction will also silencing someone's truth because a lot of this has come from people who are obviously very much at the heart of some of these storylines that seems to be netflix's Because they're tweet was the documentary dinah in in words answers much of skiing. That's some shade being thrown around. There's a little shade of a story in the economist today. The communists never really touches. I will stories thought. We know the duchess of sussex reads the economists largely because it stays away from royal drama. The head of this story. That does it matter. If the crown fictionalized fantasy and the takeaway was if the monarchy is so vulnerable that one man pretending to be prince charles saying mean things to a fictional princess diana damages gravely than perhaps the royal family has outlived its usefulness. Strong words i mean. That's it's i think what's interesting about. This has clearly has people divided. There are some people who feel very strongly about the attacks on the crown because of course as much as it's a blend of fiction it's also blender facts and i think many of those people quite protective about those facts not being washed out by completely labeling..

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Fastly shares plunge on worries about TikTok

MarketFoolery

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Fastly shares plunge on worries about TikTok

"But we are going to start with a rough day for one particular group of shareholders. Shares of fastly down twenty, five percent at the moment, the edge cloud platform. Cut Revenue Guidance for the current quarter because of a reduction in business from its largest customer, which is Tiktok. Now, they didn't say that in the announcement but fastly has previously said the TIKTOK. is their biggest customer. When you look at this business and you look at the stock, falling? The stocks had a great run but when you look at it falling twenty five percent, do you think that's an overreaction or do you think for an unprofitable business cutting revenue from its largest customer? Yeah. This seems about right. I think it's a natural reaction when you have a stock like fastly which as you mentioned, has been a high flier for for this entire year and you have negative news coming out decreasing revenue guidance three and a half percent on the low end up to eight percent on the high end. So a pretty substantial decrease in expectations for the next quarter, it's natural to see a really volatile reaction. We saw that yesterday with the Stock Falling Twenty five thirty percent. After. Hours what is worth mentioning though is that it brings stock back to their price. It was maybe about a month ago, and that's not to say that you should ignore this news. It's just to say that the context for fastly leading up to this announcement was that there was really really high expectations this is going to impact them. Next quarter management has been up front about that long term. I don't think it changes the thesis if you're an investor fastly at all.

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AP-NORC poll: Views of economy stabilize as election nears

Austin's Morning News

02:08 min | 1 year ago

AP-NORC poll: Views of economy stabilize as election nears

"Americans view the nation's economic situation is bleak, according to Ah, An Associated Press public. There's a new poll out this morning from AP that finds a rising percentage also see signs of stability. Speaker Pelosi since it's obviously not the story, hang on a second. Here's that Associated Press story. Most Americans still think the corona virus pandemic is crippling the US economy. But arising percentage also sees signs of stability. A recent survey by the Associated Press and a Marcy Center finds fewer Americans expect the economy to get worse in the next year. And so I see Bradley with them, not spastic. I would line it's not the way it was. It's getting better watch in March, a selection day fastly approaches partisan politics is driving different views of the economy, the new poll found. About two thirds of Republicans called the Economy good compared with just 16% of Democrats, but those balls Direction. I don't think we should We should fix the ball, and I think that's something that film is the best possible person close who pushes through I think I'll buy just loves to go along that was pardoned and make the other party look that's possibly I don't see that was our problems. But you can't live in fear land and say that we want to open the entire country. And that will be fine. So I'm I'm falling on the side of the Democrats as say. We've got to sell this following first and then open the country and then Allow those owners of businesses to open because they know that they keep their employees say. And the patients and customers say if Trump to win. I don't have any any confidence at all that anything will happen for years. If Biden wins, I have more think he'll step up. Oh, certainly Trust Machi, Redfield burgers and others that are in the know and follow the recommendations. Nathan Algren Associated Press. It

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"fastly" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"fastly" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"You're not familiar with the discworld series it's eight roughly forty book series Based on a flat planet and so yeah that that is currently been my fun thing. I'm like eight bucks into the forty book series. What is your favorite real or fictional raccoon raccoon in Oh God what was the Disney Movie Pocahontas. Oh Kahane's there's around but that's a great one. That's a great one. I was thinking of a God. Alice in Wonderland. I think it was actually a cap happen kind of reminded me of our Akhoon. I have no good answer to this question clearly. So I'm going to go with a real one. And it's going to be the albino raccoon that used to live behind my I told condo which showed up to that raccoon because she's great and she always had a bunch of little raccoon babies and shoes opined out just living your best life. That's amazing. I didn't even know that was a thing I guess in the Oakland California all right in that case I do have to give a shout out to. My local recommends is a family of raccoons. Condon's that lives on the same block with me. Albany regularly see them walking down the street and think. Oh that's a cute dog family raccoons home an EH easily the best way to get sidetracked on your morning lock or on a podcast are. Let's final lighting around question. A A tumour. Actually maybe what would be your best advice for first time. CTO My best advice for a first time. CTO would be to be flexible. The job is GONNA a change is GonNa look extremely different one week one month one year later and be ready to work on things and do things that you didn't expect right So yeah be flexible. What question do you never get asked that you wish you were asked more often? Nothing anyone's ever asked me what What my first computer in or like language was activity would yeah? What was your first computer end or language so my first computer was a depending on how you look at it it was either a commodore sixty four that I found somewhere or it was a two eighty six if I got a yard sale for I believe ten dollars I first language was actually was Q.. Basic quickly followed by strangely enough list. That's crazy the funny thing. The Commodore is a very very popular. Like how it got started in technology question so I think you're in good hands there now. Fair enough tyler. This has been awesome We love the tectonic. We love the raccoon talk. I mean I think we all can be more like raccoons by Juno that they can remember the solution to task for. Almost three years says Some wikipedia Kapiti article on them. Wow yeah much like much like the common CTO WHO can remember similar tasks for up to three years. He's been awesome having you on the show. Oh thanks so much Any any final thoughts anything to plug Wolford's fall. Thank you for having me but also I gotTa Say I. I don't think I've ever been on a podcast where the host was knowledgeable about raccoon. So I really do the raccoon talk as well. Yeah you walked in Bait so much for coming on Duxin thanks. It visionaries is created by the team at mission dot org brought to you by the salesforce customer three sixty sixty platform the number one cloud platform for digital transformation of every experience build connected experience empower every employee and deliver continuous tenuous innovation with the customer at the center of everything you do learn more at salesforce dot com slash platform.

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"fastly" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

11:55 min | 1 year ago

"fastly" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"For us. Yes so we recently had an interview with Mazzola talking about a bunch of the kind of the open source initiative. Obviously they do which is extremely extensive. How does that fit into the framework of like your team? Working within the team product development Is it something that you do like. Do you assemble a team around that. And just kind of role or is it Kinda Cross pollinated. With other other like product creation efforts yet for us it tends to be pretty cross pollinated given again like our origins a lot of the founders origins As Open source developers think. It'd be kind of silly for us to just have like an open source team and then everybody else right we would much prefer to if we can anyway get like the entire engineering team behind some of those efforts so switching gears to kind of the state of the edge For lack of a better term to borrow a phrase word. You kind of feel like doc. The industry has come in the past. You know eight plus years and then can award. You think it's going when we first got out there you know A.. Plus US years ago the edge is really the most viewed as like. That's the place where content delivery networks are right. That's the that's really about it. It at the entire concept of like you could do more at the edge was like very kind of unknown. In my opinion there were locked. There's lots and lots of talking like academia for years and years. There's a few industry efforts in the past as well but hadn't really gotten much like uptake. In my opinion that seems to have changed quite a bit of the last eight years if you look back to the e even our early features that were quite different than like the traditional CDN I think you know a great example of this is like the whole. Oh concept of instant project right And a lot of times we talked to people and they wouldn't get why that was useful and so we spent a lot of time kind of trying to explain the at the edge could be for more than just delivering basic static content. It was for more than just images and videos which I guess beclere like the whole idea behind instant. Purging was the realization that if you have content that is what we refer to as that based so this is content that changes in the reaction in reaction to users taking in action that can actually be cashed quite effectively right. So you know. That whole concept comes from From Arturas CEO was was was actually the CTO of wikileaks. Back in the day. He was attempt to figure out a way to cash the entirety of a rookie cash. Like all the content. That was what was interesting interesting about that. Is that like most wicky are actually static like the vast majority of the time and then of course you know a new. TV show comes out and like suddenly. There's ten thousand edits in an in our right and so all the rest of the time that wiki page can be cached and then like really you just if you have a way that you can say. Hey this is this is changed. You can have like incredible incredible story. That reducing the amount of work the origins are doing and making it must have much faster for users right so the so that was basically the reason why we we developed our instant messaging system. And then you know over the years we've seen the industry kind of catch up with that where they thought it wasn't useful to start with. Now they're going like okay. Yeah we haven't purchased well which which is great but it is like an interesting. It is an interesting shift in how we have started talking about the edge over the last eight or nine years. Let's just kind of like like the tip of the iceberg of examples in. Do you feel like you know as this continues. Obviously you know folks who are creating massive amounts of content are going to remain at the cutting edge of this because you know it's their business but for a lot of other folks who don't have those things just you know rely on the cloud or or whichever do do you think that that group of people that middle-class from lack of a better term is going to start seeing this be more prevalent or not see it more importantly But but see the benefit from it. I I certainly think that people who have like who create or deliver like massive amounts of content. We'll always have a use case at the ADS. Like that. Seems clear I actually I think the the the primary users are going to start becoming not just that but rather user era sorry customers have a user spread around the world or or half who have low latency requirements right. I think that over time this is going to be much less about like the massive amounts of content much more about the user experience. It's and being able to make that as fast as pleasant as possible. It seems like you have a pretty clear cultural fastly. Obviously around developers burst. But you call yourself a technology curmudgeon wiser so to be clear that this is a bit tongue in cheek but like off myself it. I call myself that mostly because I feel like I've over the last. Oh God what twenty. Five twenty six years at this point I feel like I've worked with a ton of different different types of technology and nothing is ever perfect right like as much as I wanna love every individual piece of technology. There's nothing around like this is. This is the perfect little thing in when you work with anything for long enough all you ended up in this place where it's it's hard to see it for anything but like the little things of your tate you every day and so at this point. It's really just a it's almost. It was just a joke in my head where I'm just like Yup our with whatever technology it's fine it's all flawed in its own individual ways and I think I I think that same line in in my biol- also mentioned that I hate distributed systems. This is also ironic. Because I actually certainly distributed systems are like you know my my bread and butter. This is this is what I love to do. I left to work on complex distributed systems problems however I will say that they are the most difficult types of systems to debugged and in some cases to build as well and that's why he distributed systems just because you can build something that seems perfect gets deployed works perfectly ninety nine point nine nine nine nine percent of the time and then that there's that one little that little case that you could never predict it just makes it very difficult but also you know rather rewarding as well when you get things to work. Well it's a love hate relationship very much so yeah why do you love raccoon so much so okay. This goes back to when I was significantly younger and I was. I was one of those one of those kids who spent a lot of a lot of nights skateboarding through the city. And so oftentimes it would just be me and and me and the raccoons out on the street at night and so I developed kind of a kind of a love for raccoons. I felt like a certain Certainly communion with them. I'm Kinda with you here and also a fan of raccoons funny enough nice for sold their dress like bandits. So that's as who can who can resist that. second-day washed their food. Which feel like is hilarious and funny to watch? I didn't even know that one. Yeah they yeah they. That's why they you ever see someone who has like a pet raccoon these videos and they'll come home and they're like what are you doing there. And then they look down the raccoons like washing their keys in the dog wall. More like we know yeah. I feel like they're misunderstood and I also feel like you know it's funny to see them in the wild now right. You're like so used to seeing them in like cities and things like that that You know in the wild I feel like there are different also. I heard that they attack but who knows I've never seen I. I am speaking of seeing them in the wild. I also really enjoyed at the David attenborough special which they were featured. I can't remember how many years ago it was now but yet it's during raccoons in the wild versus raccoons tastic switching gears. So tell me about you talked a little bit about it but the code alliance with Mozelle until Red Hat Out like what. What is this kind of thing? Why were you so excited about it? Yes Oh they could. Alliances is the thing I've been working on for the past six months. Some I am very excited about it kind of codifying a relationship. That's already you know. kind of been extent over the past several years so as I mentioned like vastly flee open-source Lucid and obviously our new computer edge is built on that. What's not obvious? Is that Lucius dote on top of crane lift which is missoula project that like. We've been collaborating with them on for the past several years. So the whole idea of crane lift is that it's a well I'm GonNa get I'm GonNa get a little technical for a bit now but it's so it's a code generator which you may be remember? Remember from like compiler classes back in the day that's just one of the phases of compiler. So this is the thing that is generating the actual machine code that happens as part of the compilation appellation process. So crane lift is the thing that does that. It's the thing that's That's going to be built to fire Fox soon so it's also the thing that lucid is using in this is you know running winging Computed edge for fastly likewise Intel and red hat or involved they they have their own Their their own ideas for the future of Web Assembly as well I know that worked on various things like optimization of of Assembly Code as well as secure enclaves or web assembly but yes so the the whole idea behind the bike code alliances that realized that so many of these use cases actually have like common infrastructure and in order for us to build a like a release really solid web assembly ecosystem. One of the things we need is like secure and highly efficient foundations for this entire thing and no one company in our opinion is really capable of kind of encompassing all of the different use cases for this and Unlike nor nor does anyone company like have all the different pieces of expertise that we need for this so vastly is coming out this from a an edge computing. Do Point and red hats coming at it. From secure enclaves viewpoint in Brazil is coming at it from a browser viewpoint. Right so our our whole goal here is to be able to foster this community around web assembly. That is not just about. It's not just about the web. It's not just about browsers and interaction with Java scrip- but the future that we liked that we envisioned for this is so much bigger and now I've talked about this in a few talks recently but like with to me like the thing that is kind of magical about web assemblies. It's the first time we seem to have agreed upon an intermediate representation tation which is both safe and performance and like multi-platform and multi-language capable like the closest we ever got in the past was the JVM vm. which and like? No one seemed particularly happy about that one but like I'm particularly happy about web assembling. It seems like a lot of other people are as well so like we're in this. We have this opportunity right now where we can make. We can finally like make a we can make almost a single platform that we can that developers can can target and be able to take your coat in run it across so many different things. Imagine being able to write one program that can run across from inner browser to on your server to At the edge to on a you know embedded device across all these different processors right. So that's that's the thing that's super exciting to me about it like it's the only it's really the only opportunity in the history of computing that we've ever really like. We've ever had to do this. And so I think if we can like if we can nail the Swan Lake it could make a huge difference in what in the way that people are working in the way that people are deploying and running code in just a few years so what what type of of like you know work and effort goes into something like this because I know this is something that when we talked to a lot of CEOS in. CTO's but we talked to a few folks who have created similar things. Yes you know obviously if you just go to you know by Cutter Lions Dot Org will lincoln up in the show notes here you can check out mission values. You know there's kind the the initial starting of this but I'm curious like how does this kind of fit into your thoughts about being a CTO.

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"fastly" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"fastly" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"Line Taylor. What's going on? Hey not too much how you doing good. We are going to be talking today about the the edge. We're GONNA be talking about what you're doing fastly in a little bit about your career so I how did you get into technology. I think an technology roughly the same way. I think a lot of a a lot of kids in the eighties nineties did which was I got a you know. As nine ten year old it was pretty obsessed with my with my Nintendo. Obviously and so basically it's video games that got me into it back then of course. I think it's funny that I never actually did get into any sort of like a actually writing engaged professionally or anything like that but just the realization that I did one anyway could take a computer and make it into something that was the actual entertainment was a was pretty exciting to me and so obviously. That's that's what I really wanted to do when I was eleven years old. Favorite game the final fantasy one for the Nintendo entertainment system. I was always a huge Zelda. Fan such an incredible game but my favorite was was the Trying to be like those kind of early games with like the incorrect swords. And things like that and you're just like stabbing something like one hundred thousand tax. That's good you don't have the magic sword will yes amusingly like the thing like I didn't expect us to get into this today but like the thing that actually got me into it was someone got me a game genie for Christmas. One year eventually had the realization that what the game genie was actually doing was modifying relocations within like the game in like the realization. That like Oh like it's just it's just memory it's just addresses within the this loonier space. We just kind of clicked for me. I was like Oh wow this is not. This is not as complicated as you know. It seems the out his magical as it seems like it should be that is quite literally the most succinct explanation have Gamed Game Genie. That I've ever heard that's pretty. That's pretty fascinating. Yeah I mean so we I think I think our listeners know from an early age how you're thinking about Systems with with the insight that fair enough so flash forward to today. What is fastly? What are you all working on? And now we'll get into the scope of your role as CTO chair So what fastly is edge cloud provider We we provide a platform for developers. And I'm an operations folks to both deliver content and also ranked programs that run at the edge to some extent that looks like a content delivery network Other Times it ends up looking a lot like a An image optimization are or a web application firewall out so basically just anything that can be done at the edge are things that we WANNA do. Typically Motor orders from those can use cases like selling. I was saying like you know. They're a lot of what we're doing. These days are both optimization and also security feature so image image optimization is I think like one of the easy and obvious ones where folks want to be able to just have a single copy of an image that they hold on their systems and I'll manipulate it at the edge and modified optimize it to Whenever device or whatever like for instance bandwidths like whatever connection users have So that can look like you now down sampling it. It can look like face detection zooming in on faces or whatever awesome like the whole idea here is that it lets people optimize things at the edge without having to worry about doing those sorts of things in inefficient fashion back at the origin. Service in the security side of things One of the things that we think is is actually one of the best uses of the edge are things like what application firewalls for instance. Typically the way these have been done in the past is that you would have your you might have your cdn and then you would have your your somewhere else right. So the traffic would have to be routed through multiple different locations which might not be anywhere near each other Before they end up getting back to your origin Ryan so the whole idea is that at the edge we realize is that we can take a lot of these different use cases and put them right there in one place and so for Media Company for example. What is the the business benefit here? We talking seconds fractions of seconds in low times. Like what are we looking at. Well it really depends on the specific use case but Yeah we certainly certainly seen cases where you know. It's anywhere from from like a large fraction of a second up to several seconds. In some cases studies have made it clear over the years. That even even fractions of a second can make a big difference in In how much your users actually stick around your site so for example you know no one of your customers being New York Times you know on Thinkers like election night. You have you know millions of people potentially going to the site and You know obviously Obviously shocking shocking the system so to speak dual help with figuring out how to load faster load more correctly all that. Yeah Yeah I mean. Of course that's that's just the bread and butter of this whole thing right lakes for the users benefit is that like the the website is faster from the customer's perspective. They get that benefit but they also get the benefit of the fact that we're relieving a tremendous amount of load off of there off of their servers right so in many cases we can see hit rates up to like ninety eight ninety nine percents And if you think about it like that means ninety nine out of one hundred requests would not be hitting your origin server so if you had one hundred origins In principle anyway get actually reduce that down to what. Obviously you would actually reduce it by ninety nine. That's like but the point is that there's actually multiple all different benefits here right and if it's for the users also benefits for your bottom line so what about your role as CTO are you overseeing product development and that type of roadmap up our working internally. Do you work on. He no employee experiences while. What's kind of the scope Amancio the the role of CTO and a company that has grown as quickly and just as quickly as vastly has over the last nearly nine years now actually is is kind of fascinating one because it ends up starting as like you know like the primary engineer on the system and then very quickly grows into a management role and then changes in scope multiple different times writes? I feel like I've had eight different jobs if the past last nine years but at the moment what do I focus a lot on future facing a project some products. So for instance you you May Your listeners listeners may be familiar with Some open source projects. We put out lately upset. Like lucid is one of those at a server side. Web Assembly compiler runtime so yeah my my team focuses a lot on like standards and open source projects and like really long term future facing ideas which is a joy for me to be honest. I really enjoy this particular part the job. Yeah I wanted to talk about those open source projects. Why do you do this? Why don't we do them? That's a great question so there's a few different reasons why we do them. I am one of them is just to get back to the community right like so much of what fastly is built on open source like we are primarily open source company like From the very beginning we were using The varnish servers software. We obviously like contributed back in multiple different ways to that community. But really when we're doing things internally I almost consider cetera like a like a bit of a loss. It's just used by US right like if we're doing something that's so great like this is something that we want to go to community especially given that like developers are our primary users right leg building community around that open sourcing as much as we can without you know without giving away the without giving away too much of courses like is is incredibly important to us. That's part of the reason. The other part of the reason is that like you know when we put something out there in the open if if other people get a hold of it and start using and start contributing back at also benefits us in that. That makes a big difference to us as while. I think the lucid project that I mentioned a little bit ago already has contributors from Mozilla. An I and various other companies. And so. That's that's already been great.

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FBI and Facebook: At Odds Over Social-Media Monitoring?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:01 min | 2 years ago

FBI and Facebook: At Odds Over Social-Media Monitoring?

"Here's some breaking news. Podcasts are on spotify. Now you can get your favorite shows like this one right in the podcast section of your spotify app all the best news podcasts all in one place. Listen free on spotify and this is tech news briefing. I'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york coming up at odds a new f._b._i. Surveillance proposal and facebook and twitter and social media in general but we learn an effort by the f. b. i. to get aggressive in monitoring social media sets up a clash with facebook's privacy policies specifically not to mention it attempts to comply with that record five billion dollar settlement fine getting all the details after these tech headlines this week samsung unveiled its latest flagship smartphone hoping variety with the new galaxy note ten device attracts consumers who aren't so likely anymore to want the same new thing for the first time samsung offers two sizes of the phone. The phone is also equipped with new camera tricks. They are slimmer and more powerful packing more robust processors and batteries as well. Both models ditch the earphone jack and you samsung's infinity. Oh display the typically off center front facing camera camera finds itself now at the top middle of the phone phones known as flagships such as galaxy note ten have historically amp sales for samsung and rival apple as they ran the highest prices fuel brand image and notch biggest prophets lab grown kangaroo meat. It's what's for dinner and australian alien startups efforts to culture meat from kangaroo tissue hints at a future where scientists cultivate such exotic fare for such adventurous eaters one startup called vow took four weeks to produce a few grams of kangaroo in a lab after obtaining a tissue sample from a farm where wild kangaroos were cold other companies have cultivated beef chicken can antuna but vows effort illustrates the broader potential of lab grown meat a new generation of plant based burgers which mimic real meat by combining plant proteins are fastly becoming more available in stores and restaurants worldwide and arriving in the big apple. The first self driving shuttle six autonomous cars began transporting waiting passengers this week through a one mile stretch of the brooklyn naval yard the brooklyn navy yard development corporation joined with optimus ride a boston based autonomous vehicle vehicle tech company to bring free shuttle rides to ferry commuters and the private industrial complexes ten thousand workers. This sets the stage for the self driving shuttle. You can read more. We're at wsj.com coming up a look at why facebook and the f._b._i. Are potentially at odds over social media monitoring. Here's some breaking. He news podcasts are on spotify. Now you can get your favorite shows like this one right in the podcast section of your spotify app. All the best news podcasts tests all in one place. Listen free on spotify. The federal bureau of investigation is is soliciting proposals from outside vendors the goal a contract to pull vast quantities of data from facebook twitter and other social media to quote proactively identify identify and reactively monitor threats to the united states and its interests and quote further complicating matters it appears that the service would violate facebook's ban against the use of its data data for surveillance purposes. The request was posted last month weeks before a series of mass murderers shook the country and led president trump to call for social media platforms to do more the wall street journal's jeff horwitz has more on this year's long process the f._b._i. Has for a long time going back. Maybe a decade at least has <hes> <hes> been trying to gather large scale social media data to do analysis of you know <hes> potentially <hes> emergency situations you know if there's a shooting shooting or or some sort of disaster occurring they'll try to get that data from that area <hes> social media data and also to just look for people. It turns out social muscle. Media is a key criminal tool criminal networks and social networks overlap for <hes> for criminals and their goals to get as much access as possible to as much social media data as possible and they're seeking to do that through a contract with a vendor that would basically gathered this stuff and make it analyze -able for them the f._b._i. Proposal puzzle ratchets up a long running feud between law enforcement and civil liberties advocates over how social media should be used in general to detect and investigate potential criminal the middle activity as for these sticky situation that is our very personal. Data companies have claimed for at least a few years that mass collections of data are a violation of civil liberties. A number of instances were found in which enforcement was in fact modern monitoring black lives matter activists and sort of putting them on social media watch gotcha lists or the platforms basically said hey. We're a place for people to connect not for a place for law enforcement just new without a warrant and both facebook and twitter have said in emphatic attic terms that surveillance related work is not allowed on their platform. That's not saying f._b._i. Agent can't log on any time he wants public but if you want to sort of do math analysis analysis of tens hundreds of thousands millions of profiles and their connections that's something the social media platforms and do not allow the f._b._i. Contract specifies defies it wants to gather the publicly available data that would include private messages and posts but would allow the agency to collect information such as people's names user i._d.'s he's and photos which privacy experts said could be utilized in combination with outside data sources to build detailed profiles of users and track their social lives. That's the deadline for bids the f._b._i. Says is the twenty seventh of august that does it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Chinese Presence in Pakistan Is Targeted in Strike on Consulate in Karachi

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

05:02 min | 3 years ago

Chinese Presence in Pakistan Is Targeted in Strike on Consulate in Karachi

"In Karachi three tacos storm, the local Chinese consulate killing four people including two police officers before being killed themselves and before they could detonate their primary weapon econ Laden with explosives for more on this. I'm joined by Aisha Deka military, scientists offer and research associate at so as I should first of all the attack itself on the Chinese consulate in Karachi, it's been claimed by the Balochistan Liberation Army. Basically who are they in what they want? The Balochistan national liberation on me is a nationalist below ch- nationalist movement, their ethnic movement a want independence from Pakistan. But what is very cute cute is that. Earlier on in the past Balochistan Liberation Army or any army associate with the below schmooze Flint has never had the capacity to strike inside of an centers and astrategically aside, as for example, the Chinese consulate says very very strange, and it's a cross border attack as well. It's not within Balochistan. Yes. It's not within Balochistan earlier. What we've seen is that be LA or other armies of the movement would strike say petty workers, laborers working for the army all blow up a pipeline going through Balochistan having their years ago. This is like four five years ago. There was a blast in Islamabad, which was the extra beauty to be LA. But you know, everybody knew wasn't the LA. Be LA didn't have the capacity. I still don't think it has the capacity, but what is being claimed is on behalf of LA. This was on its own merits at least clearly an extremely ambitious attack. I mean, this is a a high profile and presumably will secured target, which they clearly intended to do serious damage if this was the Balochistan the beret army, and as you correctly point out, there's some doubts as to whether they're claiming to whether it's being claimed on their behalf by other actors, but why would the Chinese consulate of Bena target fastly because there is the China puck sonic comic corridor, which passes through Balochistan. There is development work and guava, which is a portent of very strategic port very strategic location in Balochistan. It's a deep sea fishing pole, which would give China the ability to kind of a be part of the Rabian, see. Says very strategic and what the Balaj ethnic Ballade say is that well, a strategic mood shift has been made a strategic decision has been made regarding the province without taking them into account. And they do not want to be part of Pakistan. I still don't think I mean, I'm doubtful that there are several claims. There's a Pakistani claim that the Balaj themselves are being funded by by Indians in intelligence agency in of gone intelligence agency, they could be others as well. And what the Chinese have been saying so long is allow us allow the Chinese to come bring their own force into Parkistan the security forces to defend and secure anything. Why there is Chinese investment or Chinese presence? So it could be anyone really. But it doesn't look like. The work of be LA because be LA has limited capacity is much not just in Balochistan, but in Pakistan as whole is the much resentment or suspicion of China's increasing influence in Buxton. In Balochistan, the issues being raised bought generally the state, and the people are generally, you know, excited about money coming in. I mean through the China Pakistan economic corridor. China plans to invest sixty one billion dollars into Pakistan and has so far invested about twenty six billion dollars. They were stopped after the last government lost in elections. And there is a new government in the new government destroying to reach out to the Giannis. But there are other problems, for example, IMF has raised issues with how CPAC known as coming into into parka sawn, and they're saying that box on will get into debt trap China. And so when box current prime minister went to China, very recently, he was met very warmly, but not giving any money Buxton. Badly needs money. So it was a smile. Good vicious press. But nothing several M several MU signed but nothing substantive in terms of

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"fastly" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"fastly" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Let's let's talk a little bit about what we saw in the college football world last week, some really fun games to watch on TV. One of them was not L LSU because that was kickin man that was a kick and it was hard to wash that man. I feel more like I had to endure it more. So than watch. It just thought LSU was going to give them a better match up. And I thought it was very competitive for the first quarter and a half to defense kind of kept him in the mix. But fastly LSU just could movable. Alabama's defense is just too good to talented. And then what we're seeing from two. Is you give to enough time? He'll eventually crack the code, and we saw eventually fat crack the code and have a couple of big plays in the passing back and watch the tape and this one too on defense Quinton Williams. Dominant there from from Alabama. He's he's playing better even than Jonathan Allen played. He was going off that Alabama defense. Quinton Williams is a better football player which pre scary. I think is very very scary. This Alabama team. I mean, they're loaded in, you know, we'll talk about all of these guys running up to the draft loaded with Ota guy. They loaded with younger guys just loaded from top to bottom LSU also has tremendous amount of town when it comes to playing playing team, man. I just think it's hard to match what Ella Bama brings each and every week about how about Clemson throwing up seventy seven Louisville capped off by by dabble sung in the end zone. Yeah. That's pretty cool to see his son score. Touchdown. But was really cool man when you see team run for almost five hundred yards in a game. That is something that we only see from typically the service academies army navy airforce teams that are into flex bone. Those teams are really grind and get after like that. But Clemson is talented clips in funds way too. Need to give the ball to their playmakers. They make a ton of place and a young quarterback Trevor Lawrence. I don't know if we will see him tested doing what I call it the regular season. But in the playoffs he's going to be the one that put the game on can't he make enough place for them to get to the championship game. He's been very impressive. Any other any other college games jump out? Our guy will Greer continues to be in a very impressive player. Very impressive prospect thought I gave versus Texas might be his signature game. When it comes to the run-up to the NFL draft this place plays in the final minute. Then he came back and made the two point conversion after doing a Dr Davis seals Texas calling the time out having to reset it. Then he goes in on a quarterback drop will Greer is one of my favorite players in the draft. And I think he's going to be a guy that when we talk about the quarterback position into prospects. Which one can you trust the most? I think he's going to be in that conversation when it comes down to the quarterback evaluation throw. It was ridiculous. There at the end of the game off of one foot and just dropped it right into the bucket showed you a lot of poise. Accuracy, all that good stuff. And then the two point conversion to be patient on that quarterback draw find his way into the end zone. Now what a fun game to watch. That was the highlight for me watching the end of that football game there with Texas high. Buck anything else you want to tackle here before we get out of here. No. I mean, this was a loaded podcast, but I know on Thursday, we'll have more ground to cover more matchups. More things to talk about head into another great football. We can I've got two words to leave you with book, and they are not encouraging to a tarheel. Those words are Zion. Williamson man this early. We will do within like we're we're fine with that. We know we're we're we're ready. I'm ready for basketball season to tip off because football. There's been a big disappoint. Well, goes got basketball Carolina. I could sit Indiana my college basketball team. But I felt a little kid think we could actually be tournament team. That's how that's how bad it's become..

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"fastly" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"fastly" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"fastly" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"fastly" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"fastly" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"fastly" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"fastly" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"fastly" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"Yeah i mean watch him all chat with him i know familiar with them but there's a streamer cry he does enting streams review tubes stuff and it's just it's just adobe stuff on the screen in 'em just chatting away and i saw one the avatar that i that i use for fastly is made by boss potatoes and he has a stream and he was just showing his work on the ni and then chatting with people i think i will definitely thinking about that part of it is just the editing zone but it would be nice sometimes type of people doing stuff and i've seen people doing that and maybe it can inspire somebody who's also doing the same stuff as i'm doing it they can learn from you i guess that's where i'm blown away is that i don't believe it or not i mean we're not huge internet stars or anything like that and i say thank god for that because it's just a world of drama you don't need but right in our own little ways we are influence on some level whether we know it or not and that's one thing that my course has been teaching me right now is that you are an influence in any circle no matter who you are there people that are going to be watching you that's been a big impact on me is that people are watching i know somebody who started a podcast it's exciting that somebody saw what i'm doing and they're started a podcast i mean that's the exciting part so so.

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