News Category: Enterprise

Linux Beats Windows To Become The Most Popular Development Platform: Stack Overflow Survey 2018

Every year, Stack Overflow conducts its developer survey and shares its results with the public for analysis. Expanding its reach, this year over 100,000 developers took part in the 30-minute survey and told how they learn new technologies, which tools they use to get their work done, and what they...
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Container Isolation Gone Wrong

One of the main advantages of embracing containers is "lightweight virtualization." Since each container is just a thin layer around the containerized processes, the user gains enormous efficiencies, for example by increasing the container density per host, or by spinning containers up and down at...
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Introducing Agones: Open Source, Multiplayer, Dedicated Game-Server Hosting Built on Kubernetes

It’s no surprise that game server scaling is usually done by proprietary software—most orchestration and scaling systems simply aren’t built for this kind of workload.Many of the popular fast-paced online multiplayer games such as competitive FPSs, MMOs and MOBAs require a dedicated game server—a...
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Developers Love Trendy New Languages but Earn More with Functional Programming

Developer Q&A site Stack Overflow performs an annual survey to find out more about the programmer community, and the latest set of results has just been published. JavaScript remains the most widely used programming language among professional developers, making that six years at the top for...
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See the Top 10 reasons why you should attend Open Networking Summit NA, happening March 26 - 29 in Los Angeles.

Top 10 Reasons to Attend Open Networking Summit NA

In just 2 weeks, you could be one of 2,000 architects, developers, and thought leaders from over 300 companies coming together to drive the future of networking integration, acceleration and deployment. Top 10 Reasons to Attend 1. Visionary Keynotes Speakers: Thought leaders from Alibaba, Amazon...
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Today, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept NATS as an incubation-level hosted project, alongside Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd, Linkerd, gRPC, CoreDNS, containerd, rkt, CNI, Envoy, Jaeger, Notary, TUF, Rook and Vitess....
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Defining the Spectrum of Cloud Deployment Technologies

We’ve come far from a simplistic separation between on-premises and cloud. Today, it’s about on-premises versus a range of different cloud options. Indeed, the cloud can be a confusing place for newcomers and veterans alike, with new options cropping up every few months, and the landscape always...
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38-Year-Old Code-Writing Tool Released for General Use

One of the world's early computer software editors, developed by the University of Adelaide and still in use today, is being released by the University for free use by developers around the world. Under open source licence, beneficial features of "Ludwig" as a software development tool that are not...
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Test Drive of AppSwitch, the "Network Stack from the Future"

One of the best perks of my job at Docker has been the incredible connections that I was able to make in the industry. That’s how I met Dinesh Subhraveti, one of the original authors of Linux Containers. Dinesh gave me a sneak peek at his new project, AppSwitch. AppSwitch abstracts the networking...
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A Primer on Nvidia-Docker — Where Containers Meet GPUs

Traditional programs cannot access GPUs directly. They need a special parallel programming interface to move computations to GPU. Nvidia, the most popular graphics card manufacturer, has created Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA), as a parallel computing platform and programming model for...
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