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How to Enable Docker Experimental Features and Encrypt Your Login Credentials

2 weeks 6 days ago

If you’re involved in enterprise IT, chances are slim you haven’t either heard of or used containers deployed with the Docker Engine. There’s a good reason for that. The docker engine is powerful, flexible, and required by so many other technologies. On top of that, the Docker Engine is really easy to use. In fact, […]

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Cloud Native Security as Software Eats the World

2 weeks 6 days ago

Prisma, from the Palo Alto Networks, sponsored this podcast, for its Cloud Native Security Live, 2020 Virtual Summit Feb. 11, 2020. For many organizations, becoming a software company hinges on making a successful shift to cloud native platforms. This makes sense as a rapidly growing number of organizations, both in the private and public sectors, […]

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SIOS Technology Automates Rebooting of AWS EC2 VM Instances

2 weeks 6 days ago

SIOS Technology Corp. this week launched SIOS AppKeeper, a tool that automatically reboots instances of EC2 virtual machines anytime they fail. Michael Bilancieri, senior vice president of products and marketing for SIOS, said SIOS AppKeeper is an extension of the work SIOS has historically done to enable servers and clusters to failover. However, many organizations […]

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Mike Vizard

LightStep Adds Regression Monitoring to APM Platform

2 weeks 6 days ago

LightStep this week announced it has added a Service Health for Deployments module to its namesake observability platform designed from the ground up for microservices and serverless computing frameworks. Talia Moyal, senior product manager for LightStep, said Service Health for Deployments will make it possible for DevOps teams to monitor performance regressions both during and […]

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Mike Vizard

IBM Cloud Annotations Tool eases the process of AI data labeling

3 weeks ago

A new automated labeling tool in the open source Cloud Annotations project makes it easier for developers to label data without having to manually draw… Faced with the daunting task of hand labeling thousands of images, developers are looking for an easier way to train their object detection models. Currently, it takes 200-500 samples of […]

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Deborah Schalm

How You Can Reimagine the Future of Testing

3 weeks ago

Tricentis sponsored this post. In the application development and delivery world, the only constant is change. Today’s software testing professionals have already witnessed seismic shifts in business expectations, development methodologies, system architectures and more. And, the new focus on digital transformation means that the rate and scope of change will only increase. Reinventing testing is […]

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Developing Apps for IOS 13: Things to Consider

3 weeks ago

Authors of numerous articles and videos have covered all the bells and whistles built into iOS 13, the latest major iteration of Apple’s mobile operating system. Rather than diving into all of these perks, though, I will focus on the changes for app developers. As it often happens, Apple introduced many proprietary applications that successfully […]

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David Balaban

Q&A: CNCF App Delivery SIG Chairs Talk Developer Experience and Kubernetes

3 weeks ago

We’ve already established that the developer experience with Kubernetes isn’t as smooth as it could be. It’s a problem that hinders Kubernetes adoption — but also an opportunity for many of the companies that offer managed Kubernetes services and proprietary distributions. So what can be done to make it easier for developers to use Kubernetes […]

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IBM Opts for Humio’s Scalable Logging to Boost Struggling ELK Cloud Deployments

3 weeks ago

When it comes to logging, there’s a fine line to be tread between getting just what you need while saving on space and missing out on something important because you were trying to conserve storage. Traditional logging tools can be data hogs and modern distributed applications at scale only exacerbate the issue. Humio, however, offers […]

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How to Improve Cloud Native API Management

3 weeks ago

WSO2 sponsored this post. APIs are now the essential building blocks of digital businesses. The advantages they offer DevOps today include: bringing new demands for organizations to create and monetize APIs and API products. maximizing application adoption and reuse across internal and external APIs. ensuring API security. supporting cloud environments that increasingly rely on Kubernetes, microservices, […]

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Chef Habitat Gains a Foothold in the Enterprise, Streamlines Packaging

3 weeks ago

When Chef Software first launched, it played squarely in the infrastructure-as-code space, but in 2016 the company expanded its horizons with the release of Habitat, which brings automation to the software delivery lifecycle. Last year, Habitat became a part of the company’s more comprehensive offering, called the Enterprise Automation Stack, which offers security policies, application […]

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Latest Chef Habitat Release Embraces On-Premises IT

3 weeks 1 day ago

Chef today announced that the Chef Habitat automation framework for building and deploying applications can now be used in on-premises IT environments. Mike Krasnow, a senior product manager for Chef, said version 1.5 of Habitat makes it possible to now store applications packages and their dependencies locally in addition to the cloud. In addition, pre-built […]

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Mike Vizard

Why Multicloud Is a Smart Strategy for Enterprises

3 weeks 1 day ago

Businesses today are drowning in data. Companies of all types are generating not just an increasing number of files, but file sizes are also growing rapidly. A single gaming file, for instance, can be 80GB in size. It’s a challenge to manage this flood of data using traditional methods designed for on-premises, non-collaborative environments. Recognizing […]

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Instana Adds Vsphere Support To Automated Microservice Application And Infrastructure Monitoring Solution

3 weeks 1 day ago

Leading APM Solution for Orchestrated Containers Now Able to Monitor Across Physical, Virtual and Cloud Environments. Chicago – January 29, 2020 – Instana, the leading provider of automatic Application Performance Management (APM) solutions for microservice applications, today announced new capabilities for monitoring the VMware vSphere Suite, as well as applications running on vSphere infrastructure. Known […]

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Deborah Schalm

Cloud Center of Excellence: Pivot for Enterprise Digital Transformation

3 weeks 1 day ago

Across industry verticals, enterprise cloud adoption has increased significantly. Enterprises are leveraging cloud models to transform applications, infrastructure and operations. According to a survey by LogicMonitor, 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020. This, however, is also giving rise to concerns across areas such as security, cost management, compliance, governance, lack […]

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Akhilesh Laddha

Earning an AWS Developer Associate Certification

3 weeks 1 day ago

Studying for an AWS Certification may seem like an arduous task, especially if one isn’t expecting to take any more tests now that college is finally over. However, the certification doesn’t have to be long and tedious—it can be accomplished in as little as three months or less. I had started working in the middle […]

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Jintao Hang

TriggerMesh: Anywhere Serverless Integration

3 weeks 1 day ago

There’s plenty of hype around serverless technology being the latest hot thing, yet its growth ranks on par with the velocity of container evaluation and adoption in 2016, a recent Cloud Foundry survey reports. A just-released report from Allied Market Research estimates the global market for serverless technology will reach $21.99 billion by 2025. Cary, North […]

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SaltStack POP: Code More and Forget About Those Pesky YAML Files

3 weeks 1 day ago

One of the major pain points in DevOps is when infrastructure maintenance, configuration and other admin-related obstacles bring development work to a screeching halt. When writing and developing applications for the web, for example, many developers must spend more time than they like configuring YAML, SSH tunnels and other infrastructure-maintenance chores — and less time […]

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