Feb2018

Red Hat Out to Close the DOCKer with CoreOS Purchase

The container space is starting to heat up. For a quick review on containers—what they are and when to use them—review my colleague’s article here. Docker is starting to seem increasingly isolated in this space, which it dominated with its …
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Nov2017

Microsoft Connect 2017: they Expand Azure with Databricks and other anouncements.

Microsoft is introducing new tools to the aid the Cloud developer to increase productivity and app development at their recent Connect event. Scot Guthrie EVP Cloud and Enterprise group in Microsoft outlined their vision and shared what’s next for developers …
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Jun2017

Like Cloud and Virtualization, Serverless Computing Is Still Someone Else’s Computer

Today, serverless is all the rage. In the beginning, we had the server. Then along came virtualization, and things were good. We saved money. We could purchase less tin but run more servers. We could easily see the benefits of …
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Apr2017

Docker, Modernizing Traditional Applications

DockerCon 2017 was about modernizing traditional applications, or MTA. MTA is the lifting and shifting of traditional Microsoft Windows base applications into Docker containers. Its approach is reminiscent of 2009. For Docker to grow into brownfield data centers, this is …
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