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For Sale – SilverStone HTPC case, SST-LC13B-E in black

This is a stylish HTPC case with fold down front and loads of space for hard drives. This is a reluctant sale but it doesn’t fit in a new tv cabinet. The space inside this case is cavernous, but it does mean the case is huge so please check the dimensions carefully!

The case can house a full size ATX and micro-ATX boards, full size ATX PSU, 2 external 5.25” and 3.5” bays, and 4 internal 3.5” bays. Comes with 2 80mm fans at the rear with space for a further 80mm fan and at the front and on the side. The front panel includes 2 USB 3.0 and a IEEE1394 ports along side audio and mic connectors, all behind the front fold down cover. This case has it all and could easily house a gaming rig if required.

Now the important bit, dimensions: 430 x 171.5 x 439.6mm (W, H, D).

It will come in the original box with a bag of bolts and connectors.

Cost £55 collected from Bristol, postage will cost an additional £8.40 by My Hermes, fully insured

Price and currency: 55
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: cash on collection, bank transfer or PayPal
Location: Bristol
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – SilverStone HTPC case, SST-LC13B-E in black

This is a stylish HTPC case with fold down front and loads of space for hard drives. This is a reluctant sale but it doesn’t fit in a new tv cabinet. The space inside this case is cavernous, but it does mean the case is huge so please check the dimensions carefully!

The case can house a full size ATX and micro-ATX boards, full size ATX PSU, 2 external 5.25” and 3.5” bays, and 4 internal 3.5” bays. Comes with 2 80mm fans at the rear with space for a further 80mm fan and at the front and on the side. The front panel includes 2 USB 3.0 and a IEEE1394 ports along side audio and mic connectors, all behind the front fold down cover. This case has it all and could easily house a gaming rig if required.

Now the important bit, dimensions: 430 x 171.5 x 439.6mm (W, H, D).

It will come in the original box with a bag of bolts and connectors.

Cost £55 collected from Bristol, postage will cost an additional £8.40 by My Hermes, fully insured

Price and currency: 55
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: cash on collection, bank transfer or PayPal
Location: Bristol
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Kubernetes authentication project wrestles with migration problems

Kubernetes has not only matured, it’s showing a wrinkle or two.

In case there was any doubt that Kubernetes is no longer a fledgling project, it has begun to show its age with the accumulation of technical debt, as upstream developers struggle to smooth the migration process for a core set of security improvements.

Kubernetes authentication and role-based access control (RBAC) have improved significantly since the project reached version 1.0 four years ago. But one aspect of Kubernetes authentication management remains stuck in the pre-1.0 era: the management of access tokens that secure connections between Kubernetes pods and the Kubernetes API server.

Workload Identity for Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), released last month, illuminated this issue. Workload Identity is now Google’s recommended approach to Kubernetes authentication between containerized GKE application services and GCP utilities because Workload Identity users no longer have to manage Kubernetes secrets or Google Cloud IAM service account keys themselves. Workload Identity also manages secrets rotation, and can set fine-grained secrets expiration and intended audience policies that ensure good Kubernetes security hygiene.

GKE users are champing at the bit to use Workload Identity because it could eliminate the need to manage this aspect of Kubernetes authentication with a third-party tool such as HashiCorp’s Vault, or worse, with error-prone manual techniques.

“Without this, you end up having to manage a bunch of secrets and access [controls] yourself, which creates lots of opportunities for human error, which has actually bitten us in the past,” said Josh Koenig, head of product at Pantheon Platform, a web operations platform in San Francisco that hosts more than 200,000 Drupal and WordPress sites.

Koenig recalled an incident where a misconfigured development cluster could have exposed an SSL certificate. Pantheon’s IT team caught the mistake, and tore down and reprovisioned the cluster. Pantheon also uses Vault in its production clusters to guard against such errors for more critical workloads but didn’t want that tool’s management overhead to slow down provisioning in the development environment.

“It’s a really easy mistake to make, even with the best of intentions, and the best answer to that is just not having to manage security as part of your codebase,” Koenig said. “There are ways to do that that are really expensive and heavy to implement, and then there’s Google doing it for you [with Workload Identity].”

Kubernetes authentication within clusters lags Workload Identity

Workload Identity uses updated Kubernetes authentication tokens, available in beta since Kubernetes 1.12, to more effectively and efficiently authenticate Kubernetes-based services as they interact with other Google Cloud Platform (GCP) services. Such communications are much more likely than communications within Kubernetes clusters to be targeted by attackers, and there are other ways to shore up security for intracluster communications, including using OpenID Connect tokens based on OAuth 2.0.

However, the SIG-Auth group within the Kubernetes upstream community is working to bring Kubernetes authentication tokens that pass between Kubernetes Pods up to speed with the Workload Identity standard, with automatic secrets rotation, expiration and limited-audience policies. This update would affect all Kubernetes environments, including those that run in GKE, and could allow cloud service providers to assume even more of the Kubernetes authentication management burden on behalf of users.

We think [API Server authentication tokens] improves the default security posture of Kubernetes open source.
Mike DaneseSoftware engineer, Google; chair, Kubernetes SIG-Auth

“Our legacy tokens were only meant for use against the Kubernetes API Server, and using those tokens against something like Vault or Google poses some potential escalations or security risks,” said Mike Danese, a Google software engineer and the chair of Kubernetes SIG-Auth. “We’ll push on [API Server authentication tokens] a little bit because we think it improves the default security posture of Kubernetes open source.”

There’s a big problem, however. A utility to migrate older Kubernetes authentication tokens used with the Kubernetes API server to the new system, dubbed Bound Service Account Token Volumes and available in alpha since Kubernetes 1.13, has hit a show-stopping snag. Early users have encountered a compatibility issue when they try to migrate to the new tokens, which require a new kind of storage volume for authentication data that can be difficult to configure.

Without the new tokens, Kubernetes authentication between pods and the API Server could theoretically face the same risk of human error or mismanagement as GKE services before Workload Identity was introduced, IT experts said.

“The issues that are discussed as the abilities of Workload Identity — to reduce blast radius, require the refresh of tokens, enforce a short time to live and bind them to a single pod — would be the potential impact for current Kubernetes users” if the tokens aren’t upgraded eventually, said Chris Riley, DevOps delivery director at CPrime Inc., an Agile software development consulting firm in Foster City, Calif.

Kubernetes authentication upgrade beta delayed

After Kubernetes 1.13 was rolled out in December 2018, reports indicated that a beta release for Bound Service Account Token Volumes would arrive by Kubernetes 1.15, which was released in June 2019, or Kubernetes 1.16, due in September 2019.

However, the feature did not reach beta in 1.15, and is not expected to reach beta in 1.16, Danese said. It’s also still unknown how the eventual migration to new Kubernetes authentication tokens for the API Server will affect GKE users.

“We could soften our stance on some of the improvements to break legacy clients in fewer ways — for example, we’ve taken a hard stance on file permissions, which disrupted some legacy clients, binding specifically to the Kubernetes API server,” Danese said. “We have some subtle interaction with other security features like Pod Security Policy that we could potentially pave over by making changes or allowances in Pod Security Policies that would allow old Pod Security Policies to use the new tokens instead of the legacy tokens.”

Widespread community attention to this issue seems limited, Riley said, and it could be some time before it’s fully addressed.

However, he added, it’s an example of the reasons Kubernetes users among his consulting clients increasingly turn to cloud service providers to manage their complex container orchestration environment.

“The value of services like Workload Identity is the additional integration these providers are doing into other cloud services, simplifying the adoption and increasing overall reliability of Kubernetes,” Riley said. “I expect them to do the hard work and support migration or simple adoption of future technologies.”

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Data-driven operating model propels Adobe’s digital business success

Adobe stands as a textbook case of a software company that faced the threat of digital disruption head-on and emerged a winner. The company’s move from selling Photoshop software disks in a box to selling subscription-based digital media services online is based in no small part on its building a data-driven operating model.

Leading the data effort is Mark Picone, vice president for information and data services at Adobe. He works to ensure that data is curated, accurate and useful to the front-line teams that “turn the knobs on the business.”

In a video from the recent MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, Picone highlights the approaches Adobe teams took to build a data architecture that broke down data silos and consequently improved Adobe’s business analytics efforts.

“We treat the data as a product,” Picone explains. “Having a product approach to what we’re building allows us to build once and serve many and create a set of capabilities that is very impactful.”

Editor’s note: This transcript has been edited for clarity and length.

What role do data services play in digital transformation at Adobe? What is the model?

Mark Picone: Our job really is to be an enabler for the company and enable the company to be data driven. There are a lot of things that make that very difficult. You can say data is developed, and it’s created all over the place. But how can you create a [data-driven operating] model such that the data is stitched together, it’s curated, it’s governed, it’s the right data, it’s correct? [Only] then can you create mechanisms to be able to better communicate with customers, or engage the customers or just better understand your business.

[The] single view of the customer … is based on very strong governance techniques and a unified data architecture.
Mark PiconeAdobe

We’ve done that with this data-driven operating model. The data-driven operating model has really allowed us to look across all of the silos that we had four or five years ago that really was as a result of going to the cloud and going into subscriptions and rationalize that together to create a single view of the customer.

That single view of the customer, though, is based on very strong governance techniques and also a unified data architecture. Combined with that, we are able to take what I call an ‘outside-in approach’ of creating customer journeys.

The customer journey — which, for our consumer-based business, [involves products like] Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator — [the customer steps are] discover, try, buy, use and renew. Across every one of those steps, we actually assigned owners and organizations to own those different KPIs [key performance indicators] within that journey step — and, then, to create calls to action.

That outside-in approach allowed us to create data sets and analytical experiences that we now use to run the entirety of our digital media business. And it’s been transformational from a number of different points.

When we close the business every week, there’s a group of over 100 people that get together and look at the single source of truth … journey step by journey step, and they understand what’s happening in that market. Did our annual recurring revenue go up or down? What was traffic? What were the ads? What were the promotions? And they basically use that to turn the knobs on the business. … They do that on a week-in, week-out basis. …

How can data play a role in achieving operational efficiencies?

Picone: The operational efficiencies come [from] reporting the same metrics up to management in the same way. There’s no question about what that metric is. …

But, really, the true value is in how we run that business. The way we do ad spend has radically changed, the way we do targeting and testing has radically changed because we now have a purview of every product across every geography, across every route to market.

And, when you make those decisions now, you actually see how the annual recurring revenue took place for [individual] customers over time. It is the same thing when we do A/B targeting. …

We’ve taken this whole [data-driven] digital operating model and created a playbook. And this didn’t happen when we created, it happened after we actually did it, and we said, ‘Wow, there’s a lot of reusability here.’ — not just from a systems and a capabilities perspective, like platforms, governance and data architecture, but really from the methodology. The methodology really allows us to have this inside-out approach of understanding all of your data assets, categorizing them, creating a database that has the lowest level of granularity, gets curated and is ready for analytics. …

Then, you combine that with that top-down approach, which is customer journey steps, assigned organizations and processes, and that yields actionable results. And we’re actually taking that [digital business] model and rolling it out to other parts of our business, even internal organizations and finance — as an example, procurement to pay. …

We treat the data as a product. We are an internal team. Our customers are all largely internal — although the data we create personalizes real-time experiences within the products. …

And we’ve introduced a step over the past year that we call ‘code development.’ And that’s where we really open source the data. So, now, the data is available for others to bring their engineers or third parties, whatever the case may be, to come into our environment and actually build data assets and expand the nucleus of what we call our ‘unified data architecture.’

So, having a product approach to what we’re building allows us to build once and serve many and create a set of capabilities that is very impactful. We are spending less and less time creating data sets and visualizations and more time creating capabilities that will actually enable the entirety of the organization.

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For Sale – SilverStone HTPC case, SST-LC13B-E in black

This is a stylish HTPC case with fold down front and loads of space for hard drives. This is a reluctant sale but it doesn’t fit in a new tv cabinet. The space inside this case is cavernous, but it does mean the case is huge so please check the dimensions carefully!

The case can house a full size ATX and micro-ATX boards, full size ATX PSU, 2 external 5.25” and 3.5” bays, and 4 internal 3.5” bays. Comes with 2 80mm fans at the rear with space for a further 80mm fan and at the front and on the side. The front panel includes 2 USB 3.0 and a IEEE1394 ports along side audio and mic connectors, all behind the front fold down cover. This case has it all and could easily house a gaming rig if required.

Now the important bit, dimensions: 430 x 171.5 x 439.6mm (W, H, D).

It will come in the original box with a bag of bolts and connectors.

Cost £60 collected from Bristol, postage will cost an additional £8.40 by My Hermes, fully insured

Price and currency: 60
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: cash on collection, bank transfer or PayPal
Location: Bristol
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Top End Water Cooled Thermaltake Case With CPU Waterblock and Accessories

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Thermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB PC Super CaseThermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB PC Super Case

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Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 RGB LED 120mm 5 Fan Multi PackThermaltake Riing Plus 12 RGB LED 120mm 5 Fan Multi Pack

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Pacific PR22-D5 Reservoir/Pump Combo from ThermaltakePacific PR22-D5 Reservoir/Pump Combo from Thermaltake

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EKWB CoolStream CE 420 Triple Radiator 420mmEKWB CoolStream CE 420 Triple Radiator

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Thermaltake Pacific RL480 Radiator 480mmThermaltake – Pacific RL480 Radiator

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EKWB Supremacy EVO RED Edition CPU CoolerEKWB Supremacy EVO RED Edition CPU Cooler

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All pipes and compression fittings.

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PCI Express 16x Flexible High Speed Riser Card (To mount the GPU vertical)

The Case comes as standard with 4 140mm RIING fans and controller. I also bought a seperate 5 pack of 120mm fans and controller. 4 have been fitted to the front rad and one is included as an unused spare. All lights are controlled by downloading the RIING programme from Thermaltake.

The case is currently configured to house the HDD’s on the back side out of view. It can hold up to six this way. Also included is a tall cage that can be fitted where the pump/res is situated and it can hold about 12 HDD’s if needed.

This is ideal if you want an instant upgrade as everything is ready to drop another board/cpu combo straight in.

I can also include 2 new 3mm red LED bulbs to light the CPU block up. (you will need to solder or splice them in to a molex connector.)

Collection only as the case is massive and very heavy. The loop will be drained prior to collection.

Its still in use until I have a buyer as my wife is not keen on the idea of more PC bits cluttering the house!


NOT INCLUDED:

PSU
Motherboard/CPU/RAM
Sound card
Wifi Card

Price and currency: £600
Delivery: Collection only
Payment method: BT/PPG/Cash
Location: Chorley
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Top End Water Cooled Thermaltake Case With CPU Waterblock and Accessories

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Thermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB PC Super CaseThermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB PC Super Case

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Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 RGB LED 120mm 5 Fan Multi PackThermaltake Riing Plus 12 RGB LED 120mm 5 Fan Multi Pack

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Pacific PR22-D5 Reservoir/Pump Combo from ThermaltakePacific PR22-D5 Reservoir/Pump Combo from Thermaltake

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EKWB CoolStream CE 420 Triple Radiator 420mmEKWB CoolStream CE 420 Triple Radiator

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Thermaltake Pacific RL480 Radiator 480mmThermaltake – Pacific RL480 Radiator

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EKWB Supremacy EVO RED Edition CPU CoolerEKWB Supremacy EVO RED Edition CPU Cooler

**
All pipes and compression fittings.

**
PCI Express 16x Flexible High Speed Riser Card (To mount the GPU vertical)

The Case comes as standard with 4 140mm RIING fans and controller. I also bought a seperate 5 pack of 120mm fans and controller. 4 have been fitted to the front rad and one is included as an unused spare. All lights are controlled by downloading the RIING programme from Thermaltake.

The case is currently configured to house the HDD’s on the back side out of view. It can hold up to six this way. Also included is a tall cage that can be fitted where the pump/res is situated and it can hold about 12 HDD’s if needed.

This is ideal if you want an instant upgrade as everything is ready to drop another board/cpu combo straight in.

I can also include 2 new 3mm red LED bulbs to light the CPU block up. (you will need to solder or splice them in to a molex connector.)

Collection only as the case is massive and very heavy. The loop will be drained prior to collection.

Its still in use until I have a buyer as my wife is not keen on the idea of more PC bits cluttering the house!


NOT INCLUDED:

PSU
Motherboard/CPU/RAM
Sound card
Wifi Card

Price and currency: £600
Delivery: Collection only
Payment method: BT/PPG/Cash
Location: Chorley
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Top End Water Cooled Thermaltake Case With CPU Waterblock and Accessories

**
Thermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB PC Super CaseThermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB PC Super Case

**
Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 RGB LED 120mm 5 Fan Multi PackThermaltake Riing Plus 12 RGB LED 120mm 5 Fan Multi Pack

**
Pacific PR22-D5 Reservoir/Pump Combo from ThermaltakePacific PR22-D5 Reservoir/Pump Combo from Thermaltake

**
EKWB CoolStream CE 420 Triple Radiator 420mmEKWB CoolStream CE 420 Triple Radiator

**
Thermaltake Pacific RL480 Radiator 480mmThermaltake – Pacific RL480 Radiator

**
EKWB Supremacy EVO RED Edition CPU CoolerEKWB Supremacy EVO RED Edition CPU Cooler

**
All pipes and compression fittings.

**
PCI Express 16x Flexible High Speed Riser Card (To mount the GPU vertical)

The Case comes as standard with 4 140mm RIING fans and controller. I also bought a seperate 5 pack of 120mm fans and controller. 4 have been fitted to the front rad and one is included as an unused spare. All lights are controlled by downloading the RIING programme from Thermaltake.

The case is currently configured to house the HDD’s on the back side out of view. It can hold up to six this way. Also included is a tall cage that can be fitted where the pump/res is situated and it can hold about 12 HDD’s if needed.

This is ideal if you want an instant upgrade as everything is ready to drop another board/cpu combo straight in.

I can also include 2 new 3mm red LED bulbs to light the CPU block up. (you will need to solder or splice them in to a molex connector.)

Collection only as the case is massive and very heavy. The loop will be drained prior to collection.

Its still in use until I have a buyer as my wife is not keen on the idea of more PC bits cluttering the house!


NOT INCLUDED:

PSU
Motherboard/CPU/RAM
Sound card
Wifi Card

Price and currency: £600
Delivery: Collection only
Payment method: BT/PPG/Cash
Location: Chorley
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Gaming PC (i5-6600K, 980Ti, 16GB DDR4, 512GB M2 SSD)

Built a gaming PC in an amazing aluminium HTPC case to go in my TV stand but just hasn’t gotten much use at all so selling.

Intel Core i5-6600K CPU
16GB Corsair 2400 Mhz DDR4 (2x 8GB)
6GB EVGA GTX 980 Ti SC+ (ACX 2.0+ cooler with backplate)
512GB Samsung 950 Pro M2 SSD
Gigabyte GA-Z170X-UD3 (Z170) motherboard
EVGA G2 750W modular power supply
Noctua NH-U9S CPU cooler

Streacom F12CB Aluminium HTPC Case (Black)
Streacom Flirc SE Universal Remote IR Receiver

Asking price is £820 collected – can be collected in London (near Bank, Liverpool Street or Stratford stations)

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Price and currency: 700
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PayPal Gift or Bank Transfer
Location: London
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For Sale – 2x eMachines ER1401

Hi….

I have 2x eMachines ER1401 for sale. They are in good condition, a few scratches on the case due to their age. Everything working fine. They come with the power supply only.

Specs:

1.3 GHz AMD Athlon II Neo Processor K325
nVidia nForce 9200 Chipset
250GB 5400rpm SATA hard drive
Multi-in-One Digital Media Card Reader: MultiMediaCard, Secure Digital Card, Memory Stick, xDPicture Card
10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 port), integrated 802.11b/g/n wireless

£40 each.

Will sort pictures out if there is any interest in them. Thanks for looking.

Price and currency: £40 each
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG or BT
Location: Liverpool
Advertised elsewhere?: advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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