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Rocket vs Docker and The Myth of the “Simple, Lightweight Enterprise Platform”

XebiaLabs Blog: Perhaps looking for “simple, lightweight enterprise solutions” is actually a pipe dream, and we’d be better served by looking for “enterprise features” from Day 1.

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Cloudera and Others Rally Behind Hadoop Challenger Spark

Folks in the Big Data and Hadoop communities are becoming increasingly interested in Apache Spark, an open source data analytics cluster computing framework originally developed in the AMPLab at UC Berkeley. 

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"Mr. Windows" Bets Big On The Mesos Datacenter OS

Brad Silverberg revolutionized the desktop OS, and now has bigger plans.

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Mesosphere Raises $36M to Build Out Data Center Operating System

The New Stack: Mesosphere will accelerate development of its data center operating system with $36 million in funding it received in a round led by Khosla Ventures, one of the Silicon Valley’s most respected venture capital fims. 

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IBM Partners With Docker, Launches Containers Service

IBM partners with Docker, launches the IBM Containers Service and becomes the first company to sell integrated solutions with Docker Hub Enterprise.

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