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Managed Kubernetes Services Make K8s Simple for Platform Teams and App Developers

1 day 23 hours ago

It’s not an uncommon problem for open-source projects — while vanilla Kubernetes is free for anyone to download and set up in their environment, it’s too challenging to configure, update and generally manage for most enterprises. Not only is the developer experience in Kubernetes less than ideal, but in most companies, there’s also a serious […]

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Dell Pushes Computing to the Edge

2 days 1 hour ago

Dell Technologies today set its sights on becoming a major edge computing player with the launch of a Dell EMC PowerEdge XE2420 server optimized for space-constrained environments and a smaller version of a pre-integrated Dell EMC Modular Data Center Micro 415 (MDC Micro) ruggedized platform. In addition, Dell launched the Dell EMC Streaming Data Platform, […]

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Mike Vizard

Veeam Updates Backup and Recovery Platform

2 days 1 hour ago

Veeam today announced the general availability of version 10 of the Veeam Availability Suite, which, among more than 150 enhancements, adds support for network-attached storage (NAS) systems, additional ransomware protection via an ability to create immutable backups in the cloud, an ability to recover multiple virtual machines simultaneously and a set of application programming interfaces […]

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Mike Vizard

Coronavirus Update: A Slowdown Already Occurring

2 days 3 hours ago

I have been watching the real-time regional situation reports about the coronavirus from the Chinese medical association site ncov.dxy.cn (the same site the John’s Hopkins outbreak dashboard sources its data from) closely now since very close to the beginning of the outbreak, and my daily routine has been to snapshot the regional outbreak tallies and […]

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Dragos Ruiu

What Makes Digital Transformation a Success?

2 days 8 hours ago

Despite more than $5 trillion having been spent on digital transformation efforts, survey after survey shows that successful digital transformations are far and few in-between. By many estimates, more than 50% of digital transformation efforts failed in recent years. While a recent survey conducted by Hanover Research and commissioned by AHEAD, the State of Enterprise […]

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George V. Hulme

Collaboration Over Competition: How Companies Benefit from Open Innovation

2 days 9 hours ago

More and more technology companies are adopting open innovation initiatives. This is largely due to the realization of the benefits of working with outside experts to gain external perspectives and insights. This situation wherein an organization thinks beyond its internal resources for innovation and collaborates with external resources is known as open innovation. Open innovation […]

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K.R. Sanjiv

Designing Organizations for Scalability: Building the Structure to Scale

2 days 12 hours ago

The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor’s Global report suggests that over three businesses are launched each second, or about 100 million each year. Anyone can start a business, and everyone does. Increasingly, those businesses are software-based, with SaaS, PaaS, and other structures appearing alongside organizations using software as the foundation of their business (Facebook, Amazon, Uber, etc.). […]

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How AI and Full-Stack Observability Can Overcome Today’s Kubernetes Challenges

2 days 19 hours ago

Dynatrace sponsored this post. Kubernetes brings real, tangible improvements to the end-user experiences that organizations aim to deliver, which in turn translates into stronger business outcomes. But getting the most value out of your Kubernetes administration requires the capability to cut through the escalating complexity we’re seeing in today’s IT environments. AI-powered full-stack observability is […]

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Cloudticity Brings HIPAA Compliance to Amazon Cloud Native Workloads

2 days 19 hours ago

The move to the cloud is one that started more than a decade ago for some companies and has yet to happen for some others. The reasons for the lag are varied, but for some governmental regulations, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which regulates data privacy concerns for companies in […]

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What’s New for Linux 5.6: WireGuard, USB 4.0, Year 2038 Remediation

2 days 19 hours ago

The Linux 5.6 kernel is on the horizon, with a possible release of April 2020. This coming update includes one of the most exciting features to come along in some time — namely the inclusion of software to support WireGuard Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). In addition, the updated kernel will also come with support for […]

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5 Password Policies to Up Your Security

3 days 6 hours ago

Complex passwords can save users from being hacked—any IT admin will tell you that. Plus, countless studies and articles on password security have been published about why password policies are vital to online security. Increasing the length of passwords, adding complexity to them and never reusing passwords more than once … these are three examples […]

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Greg Keller

ACCELERATED STRATEGIES GROUP LAUNCHES RESEARCH STUDY INTO CORONAVIRUS’ IMPACT ON IT INDUSTRY WITH ‘HEALTH EMERGENCY IT PREPAREDNESS’ SURVEY

3 days 7 hours ago

Coronavirus Outbreak Causes IT Industry to Identify New Threat Preparation Strategies, Accelerated Strategies Group, MediaOps, JumpCloud, and DevOps Institute Commission New Study BOCA RATON, Fla. and BOULDER, Colo. – Feb. 17, 2020 – Accelerated Strategies Group, the analyst company whose mission is to democratize access to industry expert knowledge, MediaOps’ IT as Code community platform, […]

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Deborah Schalm

MEDIAOPS OFFERS CONFERENCE DISASTER PLANS AMID GROWING CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

3 days 7 hours ago

Virtual Event Capabilities Allow Event Organizers to Afford Attendees, Speakers and Sponsors a Near Identical Experience to In-Person Physical Events   BOCA RATON, Fla. — February 17, 2020 — Amid growing concerns over the spreading coronavirus, MediaOps, the leading global media platform for technical communities, is now offering a Conference Disaster Plan (CDP) aimed at […]

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Deborah Schalm

Acting Rationally Regarding Coronavirus: RSAC Conference Update

3 days 7 hours ago

With all the hype surrounding the coronavirus, let’s take a step back, take a breath and not give in to emotional conference mob fear-mongering We have all read the headlines: Mobile World Congress in Barcelona has been canceled. Facebook pulled the plug on a smaller conference next month in San Fransisco. IBM Security has pulled […]

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Alan Shimel

Why BizOps Is Becoming Important and How It Can Help Your Teams

3 days 9 hours ago

Every 20 seconds, a million dollars is wasted on IT investments that don’t align with business strategy. How much is your business wasting? To align business, development and IT operations, your teams need to adopt a new BizOps approach. In this blog, we’ll take a closer look at BizOps and why it’s becoming so important.  […]

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Kieran Taylor

The 10x Programmer: Is Individual Productivity Overrated?

3 days 22 hours ago

It’s been fun watching real-world programmers react to a new study that challenges the idea of vast differences in the productivity of computer programmers. The study tries to suggest better ways for managers to assess and improve the performance of their developers. The data-backed work comes from Bill Nichols, a senior member of the technical […]

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The New Stack Context: On Monoliths and Microservices

4 days 11 hours ago

Welcome to The New Stack Context, a podcast where we discuss the latest news and perspectives in the world of cloud native computing. Today we’re talking to The New Stack news correspondent Mike Melanson, about his recent coverage of the ongoing debate over the value of microservices. We also discuss the top podcasts and news stories […]

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This Week in Programming: Building Castles in the Air

5 days 1 hour ago

This week, a blog post by respected industry observer Adrian Coyler on programs, lifecycles, and laws of software evolution has me thinking about terrible app implementations and the nature of computer programming itself. Coyler’s morning paper blog routinely examines contemporary, scholarly papers on computing, but this week he summarizes a paper from 1980 that he […]

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Improving Developer Happiness on Kubernetes, But First: Who Does Configuration?

5 days 8 hours ago

Kubernetes boasts a unique number of different user personas. Like other infrastructure software, the platform operator is a key user. But Kubernetes users also include the actual end-user and the person writing code. An emerging and distinct role is now the person who is actually doing the application configurations. This “configurator” or “application operator” role […]

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