“Scheduling compute workloads to chase green energy can be counter-productive” — Adrian Cockroft:
I suggest that the best policy is to optimize your workloads so that they can run on fewer more highly utilized instances, minimize your total footprint in Asia where possible, and to use the spot market price as a guide for when to run workloads.
(tags: adrian-cockroft scheduling cloud ops green sustainability cron)
TIL you can run ethernet over coax at 2.5gbps. Long gone are the days of vampire taps and 10BASE2
Prompt injection: what’s the worst that can happen?
Good roundup from Simon Willison on this brave new world of exploits. ‘Any time you see anyone demonstrating a new application built on top of LLMs, join me in being the squeaky wheel that asks “how are you taking prompt injection into account?”’