Megabyte Labs Blog

Articles by the Megabyte Labs team and community

Single Sign-On Authentication System

Single Sign-On (SSO) is a key feature in many enterprises. With it, you can protect all your web services by leveraging authentication methods that are already integrated into your code landscape or freely available from tech giants like Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Twitter. Megabyte Labs paves the way from integrating SSO into your devices by making it incredibly easy to integrate SSO solutions like CloudFlare Teams and

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Improving Container Security and Size

DockerSlim, now rebranded as Slim, is a tool that is used for creating optimized and secure Docker containers. It works by analyzing the contents of a Docker image and removing any unnecessary or redundant files, which can help to significantly reduce the size of the container and improve its performance.

Improve CI/CD

One way that DockerSlim can be used to improve CI/CD is by speeding up the build and deployment process. By creating smaller and more optimized containers, DockerSlim can help to reduce the time required to upload, download, and deploy container images, which can help to streamline the development process and increase overall productivity.

Enhance Security

Additionally, DockerSlim can help to improve the security of containerized applications by removing any unnecessary dependencies or files that could potentially introduce vulnerabilities or increase the attack surface of the application. This can help to reduce the risk of security breaches and other cyber threats, which can be especially important for businesses operating in sensitive industries or handling sensitive data.

Efficient, Secure, and Scalable

Overall, leveraging DockerSlim as part of a CI/CD pipeline can help businesses to create more efficient, secure, and scalable containerized applications, while also reducing infrastructure costs and improving overall development productivity.

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[NSFW] How Megabyte Labs Came to Be

Persistence is key when designing any product. However, sometimes persistence, if tainted, can lead to unexplainable peculiar events. In some cases, from the perspective of a viewer of multiple timelines, these peculiar events can lead to both the birth and destruction of products like Megabyte Labs.

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Megabyte Labs Self-Service Portal

If you want an efficient development team, you should make it as easy as possible for your developers to develop. One way you can do this is by packaging pre-made operating systems, complete with all the bells and whistles so your developers do not have to fuss over things like adb missing from the PATH. Our Self-Service Portal addresses this issue by integrating with your cloud provider so that your team can access fully-configured environments, optimized for working with your codebase at will.

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About the Megabyte Labs Blog

Our articles are written by the Megabyte Labs team and community. If you would like to post on our blog, you can do so by opening up a pull request on our website's repository on GitHub. There, you can also browse through our site's source code which is a modified version of the Capacitor's open-source website project. If you would like to base your next website off of this modified version of the Capacitor website that removes the Prismic dependency (among a few other features), then please join our community and ask for help.