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5 Things to Know Before Adopting Microservice and Container Architectures

I spend a lot of time with existing and potential customers answering questions about how we use and manage containers to create a platform composed of dozens of microservices. We definitely consider ourselves early adopters of containers, and we started packaging services in them almost as soon as...
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ONAP, CNCF Come Together on Containers

ONAP and Kubernetes, two of the fastest growing and in demand open source projects, are coming together at Open Networking Summit this week. To ensure ONAP runs on Kubernetes in any environment, ONAP is now a part of the new Cross-Cloud CI project that integrates, tests and deploys the most popular...
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Optimizing Data Queries for Time Series Applications

Now that we understand what time series data is and why we want to store it in a time series database, we’ve reached a new challenge. As with any application, we want to ensure our database queries are smart and performant, so let’s talk about how we can avoid some common pitfalls. Indexing...
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CoreOS, Red Hat and Kubernetes Competition

Red Hat announced intention to buy CoreOS might affect the rest of the container ecosystem. Container runtime development will go forward, with perhaps more emphasis on the Kubernetes container runtime interface (CRI-O) project. However, the engineers at Docker, CoreOS and Red Hat continue to make...
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As Kubernetes Surged in Popularity in 2017, It Created a Vibrant Ecosystem

For a technology that the average person has probably never heard of, Kubernetes surged in popularity in 2017 with a particular group of IT pros who are working with container technology. Kubernetes is the orchestration engine that underlies how operations staff deploy and manage containers at...
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Cloud Foundry: Focusing on Flexibility and Choice for a Cloud-Native World

For some organizations working outside of technology hubs such as Silicon Valley, there is a vast shortage of developer talent to choose from. As a result, many have taken a proactive learning approach to help bring their developers up-to-speed with the demands of today’s cloud-native software...
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The all-in-one uCareSystem app takes care of many upgrading tasks.

Easily Update Ubuntu and Debian Systems with uCareSystem

Updates are something that are often ignored for one reason or another. However, if you’re not making a daily (or at least weekly) habit of updating your systems, then you are doing yourself, your servers, and your company a disservice. And, even if you are regularly updating your Ubuntu and Debian...
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The Next Big Challenge for Open Source: Rich Collaboration Software

There's a lot of room for improvement in file sync and share, and the open source community is in the ideal position to add the killer features we're all waiting for. The file sync and share movement started over a decade ago, led by the likes of Dropbox, Google Drive, and others, and became...
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Tools as a Catalyst for Culture Change

Over the past two and a half years, I’ve led a project at IBM that deployed a new set of tools to help improve the company’s product development efforts. What is the benefit of providing better tools to employees? A first answer is that it helps increase employee productivity. While this is true...
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Three Serious Linux Kernel Security Holes Patched

It's time to patch your Linux servers and PCs again. The good news is developers are looking very closely at Linux's core code for possible security holes. The bad news is they're finding them. At least the best news is that they're fixing them as soon as they're uncovered. The latest three kernel...
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