An app from Drugs.com, meanwhile, sent the medical search terms “herpes” and “interferon” to five domains, including doubleclick.net, googlesyndication.com, intellitxt.com, quantserve.com, and scorecardresearch.com, although those domains didn’t receive other personal information.
Is this the first case of tech debt costing $18 billion?
“Perhaps the engineers told themselves that the cheat was a stopgap, and they’d address it later. If so, they didn’t.”
Graphite has a place in our current monitoring stack, and together with StatsD will always have a special place in the hearts of DevOps practitioners everywhere, but it’s not representative of state-of-the-art in the last few years. Graphite is where the puck was in 2010. If you’re skating there, you’re missing the benefits of modern monitoring infrastructure. The future I foresee is one where time series capabilities (the raw power needed, which I described in my time series requirements blog post, for example) are within everyone’s reach. That will be considered table stakes, whereas now it’s pretty revolutionary.Like I’ve been saying — we need Time Series As A Service! This should be undifferentiated heavy lifting.
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