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Adrian Cockcroft on the Convergence of Cloud Native Computing and AWS

Cloud native computing is transforming cloud architectures and application delivery at organizations of all sizes. Via containers, microservices, and more, it introduces many new efficiencies. One of the world’s leading experts on it, Adrian Cockcroft, Vice President of Cloud Architecture at Amazon...
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Why Open Source Could be IBM's Key to Future Success in the Cloud

Ask most developers what they think of IBM and you'll get a blank stare in response. "IB-who?" In our brave new cloud world, IBM—once so imperious with CIO golf calendars—is generally an afterthought for developers looking to deploy to the cloud. And yet there remain good reasons to consider Big...
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Mentor Embedded Linux Gains Cloud-Based IoT Platform

Mentor announced a “Mentor Embedded IoT Framework” platform that builds on top of Mentor Embedded Linux with cloud-based IoT cloud services ranging from device authentication and provisioning to monitoring and diagnostics. Mentor’s Mentor Embedded IoT Framework (MEIF) extends its Yocto Project...
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How Kubernetes Became the Solution for Migrating Legacy Applications

You don't have to tear down your monolith to modernize it. You can evolve it into a beautiful microservice using cloud-native technologies. Kubernetes and containers didn't only change the ability to manage at scale, but also to take massive, monolithic applications and more easily slice them into...
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A Look Into the Kubernetes Master Components

This blog post looks at the most important control plane components of a single Kubernetes master node — etcd, the API server, the scheduler and the controller manager — and explains how they work together. Although other components, such as DNS and the dashboard, come into play in a production...
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Things To Know About Three Upcoming Cloud Technologies

In the recent times, three noteworthy trends have been seen in cloud computing. And we have seen how microservices has risen, and the public cloud has emerged as a new open source cloud computing projects. The particular projects influence public cloud elasticity and help to a great extent in...
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The CNCF Takes Steps Toward Serverless Computing

Even though the idea of ‘serverless’ has been around since 2006, it is a relatively new concept. It’s the next step in the ongoing revolution of IT infrastructure that goes back to the days when one server used to run one application. Many vendors and users who attended KubeCon Austin expressed a...
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How the Public Cloud Drives Emerging Technologies

Cloud computing is, to be sure, today's leading driver of emerging tech.The next big battles among the public cloud vendors will center around emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, virtual reality and blockchain. By now, most enterprise leaders understand the...
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Kubernetes vs Docker Swarm: A Comparison of Cloud Container Tools

Put simply, Kubernetes is a tool allowing the IT manager to run multiple containers in parallel. Think of it as a container dashboard; if your containers are musicians, then Kubernetes is the conductor. Docker is a container platform with a panoply of management options for any type of cloud set-up...
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Here's What Developers Really Think about AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud

Platform providers lack adequate support resources for developers, according to an Accenture report. Only 23% of developers strongly agree that adequate support is readily available from their platform provider.— Accenture, 2018 Amazon Web Services (AWS) was named the most developer-friendly...
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