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Fuga Cloud Fun & Facts #12
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Fuga Cloud Fun & Facts #12

So much is going on, and there is a lot we have done. We showed ourselves at CloudFest 2022, and we had a couple of great days. While the stand crew presented Enterprise Managed Kubernetes with a demo, the home crew continued to work hard on the final phase of EMK. The end is in sight, and we can’t wait to show it to the world. CloudFest lookback It is Sunday evening, March 20, 2022, when we are at a test location in Alkmaar with a large delegation from the CysoGroup.
Fuga Cloud Fun & Facts #09
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Fuga Cloud Fun & Facts #09

Welcome to the first newsletter of 2022. We’ve now started again after the turn of the year with what we do best, continuously developing the cloud where web services/applications are available to all users worldwide. Recently, we have introduced significant cloud services such as anycast DNS and Global LoadBalancers on the platform but have also made many tiny improvements to the my.fuga.cloud portal. For example, to work with multiple developers via teams and pay on invoices for companies.
Log4J / Log4Shell / LogJam
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Log4J / Log4Shell / LogJam

Where people use software, hackers will continue to look for vulnerabilities. And every once in a while, a security breach comes to light, which shakes the world to its foundations. On Friday, December 10, 2021, a leak was added to the illustrious list of predecessors, this time a leak in Apache Log4j. The vulnerability has been designated CVE-2021-44228 and is also known as Log4Shell or LogJam. The Apache Log4j 2 tool is part of the open-source Apache framework commonly used for logging Java applications.
Fuga Cloud Fun & Facts #07
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Fuga Cloud Fun & Facts #07

How was your Halloween? Didn’t it turn into a nightmare because backups weren’t good or servers went ghost? Here at Fuga we didn’t let ourselves be distracted by ghost stories but continued with what we were doing. There is little news to report in the FRA region, but developments there are progressing smoothly. We are working on our website, the Fugue Academy and of course our platform. No big news in that area right now, but that doesn’t mean we’re standing around and looking pretty.
Fuga Cloud Fun & Facts #05
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Fuga Cloud Fun & Facts #05

The holidays are over, but that doesn’t mean we’ve been doing nothing at Fuga these past few weeks. We have been busy with all kinds of improvements and developments. In the background and the “upcoming releases”, so keep an eye on the newsletter because nice things are coming soon. Help us improve ourselves We are only human and therefore we like to receive compliments. But we may learn even more from your questions, comments, and (constructive) feedback.
Fuga Cloud Fun & Facts #03
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Fuga Cloud Fun & Facts #03

It’s the first Tuesday of the month again and so it’s time for our newsletter. In addition to the facts, we also have an interview with Marino for you, you may have talked to him through the chat, this is an opportunity to read more about him. Are you missing something on our site or in our newsletter? Then we would like to hear your wishes and tips for manuals, content or functionalities that you still have on your wish list via an email to hello@fuga.
Amsterdam 2 (AMS2) Launch

Amsterdam 2 (AMS2) Launch

We are proud to announce our new Cloud region named AMS2. This region will launch on March 31st, 2021 at 10:00 AM. How do you get access to this new cloud region? When you are logged in on our current dashboardyou will see a pop-up telling you that you can roll out your own environment on AMS2. When you do this, you will have access to AMS2 within seconds. Your current environment on AMS1 will not be affected and you will be able to switch between both regions within the dashboard.
TCP SACK flaws in Linux and FreeBSD

TCP SACK flaws in Linux and FreeBSD

On June 17, 2019, Netflix researchers announced three vulnerabilities that have been discovered in the FreeBSD and Linux kernels. The vulnerabilities gives attackers the possibility to induce a denial-of-service by clogging network I/O on affected systems. This attack will result in a system crash of the server or instance. Since the announcement, our engineers have been mapping out the impact of these vulnerabilities and have taken several measures to protect the Fuga Cloud services.
Intel's Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) Vulnerability

Intel's Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) Vulnerability

Yesterday evening, Intel issued a statement about multiple vulnerabilities in Intel CPUs. This concerns vulnerabilities that fall under Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) (also known as ZombieLoad, RIDL and Fallout). Since the announcement of this news, our engineers have been mapping out the measures that need to be taken to minimize the impact on Fuga Cloud services. We also closely follow the updates from Intel in order to provide maximum protection for the platform and your environment.

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