Go is great as a language. But like Ruby, not installed generally. And fewer resources. If it was a greenfield new OS, yeah, Go for sure. But for practical reasons, Python I think.
As these are systems that I control, there is no reason Go cannot be installed.
Between your comments and prior ones from @stacksofplates I think I might try Go in order to learn it.
You normally wouldn't install it anyway as it's not a scripting language. You'd just compile your binary and ship that to your systems.
I completely misunderstood that about Go. Okay, I will do a bit of checking and decide what I want to do.
oh sorry, I figured you knew. That's why I never look at it, I don't want to deal with binaries in that way. But nothing wrong with that. Write it on your machine at home, compile, ship binary. Works just fine.
As fixed tasks, this is not a bad solution. So I will keep it in mind.
Finally back in the office after 12 day quarantine. it feels nice to have 2 screens and an actual Desk to work at again.
What stopped you from having that at home?
my extra screen was moved to the camera system so I have real time video of my front porch and Cars, the Chair I was using got moved and I couldn't find it for the life of me, and not enough power at the desk in question because things were rearranged.
LOL - personally the real time video would have been ignored for a while while I worked from home so I could have a second monitor... as for power - I guess something else would have to give - very little is more important than that second monitor to me.
Interesting - I wonder if a lot of tech firms will follow your lead there and lower salaries to drive their talent out of the high cost living areas - cause, you know it's all about the Benjamins.
People say that, but even big companies tend to care WAY more about the visibility and control of resources than they do about profits, sadly.
Agreed - they do. And many companies will want their employees closer to the company versus true work from home - even if they are work from home.
Yes, and if you are keeping people to a requirement of "must commute to office when requested", that's fine and you pay EVERYONE the same based on that. That's the same as requiring them to be "in the office", just "not very often."
If you start paying out of office workers different based on where they live, those that come into the office will start demanding the same treatment. Living in better neighbourhoods that cost more versus living in the slums... why isn't the rich employee getting even more pay because they were willing to live better? Same logic should apply as for the locations. Pay the rich more and the poor less.
@dashrender or just don't install Windows 11 Home if you don't plan to give Microsoft more insight into your personal habits.
This in my opinion makes little sense to work around from an end user or implementator standpoint.
With the online account you get better integration to backup systems (OneDrive).which for a home user is a pretty important feature. Among other features.
If you simply don't want these features for.a home device, why bother with Windows 11 at all?
If not already, not a practical thing for a typical home buyer buying a new computer today, because Win 11 comes on the computer.
But you're right - those people likely are better off using those services than not. God know if they buy a mac they are buying into that ecosystem - if they buy a chromebook, they are buying into that ecosystem.... so it's not really any different.
None the less - not many home users are surfing ML - and those that are should be able to find answer like this.
Interesting, I know nothing but aren't you using the cluster autoscaler?
It's supposed to scale up and down automatically as needed with the settings you give it. If it doesn't scale down as far as you like, have a look at the settings.
Autoscaling depends on the apps. If your app can't withstand a shutdown it's not a good idea. When more nodes are added the scheduler might move the pod to a different machine.
Yes, but that is why you have settings. How far you want to be able to scale down and how far you want to be able to scale up.
But I don't know much about it though except what I've picked up from videos like the one below: 🙂
It's not really about cluster settings. Even adding one node can cause a pod to be rescheduled. Then the node has to download the container and start the app which could take quite a bit of time depending on your container size. The point was the only time to enable autoscaling is if you know your app can handle interruptions.
@dave247 Can you use 2FA on the VPN connection when doing it like that? Otherwise that would be a major concern.
Another issue with forced VPN is that if your VPN is down then the users can't login at all and can't work. That's a lot of eggs in the same basket. Does your company have HA firewalls, redundant internet, redundant power etc?
Otherwise using the cached domain password the users could login locally. Then they would be able to use their computers with local files and software and also have access to online resources such as M365 and whatever else you use.
No, you cannot use 2FA from within Windows Login screen with Sonicwall NetExtender.
Actually you can. You just click the icon to pull up NetExtender and punch your creds in, then it asks you for the TOTP.
yea, you are right. I was more thinking the SSO MFA SSL VPN but the TOTP either via email (not as secure) or the Authenticator app works well.