Logs were our lifeblood. Now they're our liability.


27 bookmarks. First posted by dsalo 4 weeks ago.


In the beginning, writes Jay Kreps, co-founder of Confluent and co-creator of Kafka*, there was the log. *which WeWork, now imploding, still does not need A log is just a sequence of records ordered by time. It’s configured to allow more and more records to be appended at the end, like this:
12 days ago by coarsesand
Logs were our lifeblood. Now they're our liability.
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13 days ago by jubois
In the beginning, writes Jay Kreps , co-founder of Confluent and co-creator of Kafka*, there was the log. * which WeWork, now imploding , still does not need A…
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14 days ago by dylan
What we’re going to see, in my opinion, as a result, is that collecting more logs is bad. The more you keep, the more you have to delete. The more you have to provide back to customers. The more liability there is for breaches of the kind that GDPR is exposing.
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15 days ago by boxysean
In the beginning, writes Jay Kreps , co-founder of Confluent and co-creator of Kafka*, there was the log. * which WeWork, now imploding , still does not need A…
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16 days ago by wjbr
In the beginning, writes Jay Kreps, co-founder of Confluent and co-creator of Kafka*, there was the log. *which WeWork, now imploding, still does not need A log is just a sequence of records ordered by time. It’s configured to allow more and more records to be appended at the end, like this:
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16 days ago by lenciel
“Logs were our lifeblood. Now they're our liability.”
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21 days ago by sdarlington