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Shifting to microservices does not by itself eliminate complexity, says Andrew Jenkins of Aspen Mesh.

Making the Most Out of Microservices with Service Mesh

In this article, we talk with Andrew Jenkins, Lead Architect at Aspen Mesh, about moving from monolithic apps to microservices and cut through some of the hype around service mesh for managing microservice architectures. For more on service mesh, consider attending KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU, May...
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CNCF to Host Vitess

Today, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept Vitess as the 16th hosted project, alongside Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd, Linkerd, gRPC, CoreDNS, containerd, rkt, CNI, Envoy, Jaeger, Notary, TUF and Rook. Vitess has been...
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Scaling Agile and DevOps in the Enterprise

In a recent Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) video podcast, expert panelists discussed scaling Agile and DevOps in the enterprise. Our expert panel included: Gary Gruver, co-author of “Leading the Transformation, A Practical Approach to Large-Scale Agile Development,” and “Starting and Scaling DevOps...
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Cloud Foundry Platform Offers Organizations Open Architecture PaaS

The Cloud Foundry platform as a service is a flexible, customizable development environment for enterprise-scale app projects. While Cloud Foundry is particularly suited for the creation and deployment of cloud-native apps using the languages of Ruby and Go, its fully-scalable nature and open...
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FRRouting
FRRouting is an IP routing protocol suite for Unix and Linux platforms, and the community is working to make it the best routing protocol stack available.

Welcoming FRRouting to The Linux Foundation

One of the most exciting parts of being in this industry over the past couple of decades has been witnessing the transformative impact that open source software has had on IT in general and specifically on networking. Contributions to various open source projects have fundamentally helped bring the...
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How a Small Team Keeps Twitter’s Fail Whale at Bay

Ian Downes is engineering manager for the compute platform team at Twitter. His team of about 10 engineers and a few other staffers buoys a platform providing container infrastructure to much of the stateless services powering twitter.com and its advertising business. Downes spoke recently at ...
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Mesosphere Extends Data Services Reach

As critical as container orchestration itself might be, most IT organizations view that capability as the means to a larger end. To drive that point home even further, Mesosphere this week has released an update to its DC/OS platform that provides access to more than 100 different data services...
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Frans van Rooyen
In his talk at MesosCon Asia 2016, Frans van Rooyen of Adobe shares his team's experiences with adapting Apache Mesos and Apache DC/OS to support deploying infrastructure to multiple diverse clouds.

Multi-Cloud Mesos at Adobe

Building your IT infrastructure is often a complicated dance of negotiating conflicting needs. Engineers have ideas of cool things they want to build. Operations wants stability, security, easy maintenance, and scalability. Users wants things to work with no backtalk. In his talk at MesosCon Asia...
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Docker Open Sources Critical Infrastructure Component

Docker announced today that it was open sourcing containerd (pronounced Container D), making a key infrastructure piece of its container platform available for anyone to work on. Containerd, which acts as the core container runtime engine, is a component within Docker that provides “users with an...
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Containers Are The Future But The Future Isn't Finished

Containers are a big deal, and they're only going to get bigger. That's my view after attending the latest KubeCon (and CloudNativeCon) in Seattle last week. A year ago, I was confused about what containers mean for IT, because the name 'container' had me thinking it was about the little box that...
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