The Battle for End-to-End DevOps Champion Is On

Source:-devops.com This past week’s CollabNet/Xebia Labs merger brings another challenger to the “end-to-end” DevOps market. There is a huge prize waiting for the winner. But which of the challengers has the right stuff to win this battle? Will any of the current pack even be around at the end of the day? Who will be the winners and losers? What will it take to win? The eventual dominant player in the end-t0-end DevOps provider market will be rewarded with what

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Best Practices for Kubernetes deployments from Portshift

Source:-appdevelopermagazine.com Portshift presents five security best practices for DevOps and development professionals managing Kubernetes deployments. Integrating these security measures into the CI/CD pipeline will assist organizations in the detection and remediation of security issues earlier in the development process, allowing faster and shorter cycles while assuring safe and secure deployments. The use of containers continues to rise in popularity in enterprise environments, increasing the need for a means to manage and orchestrate them. There’s no dispute that Kubernetes (K8s) has

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Astro Project Ties Kubernetes to Datadog

Source:-containerjournal.com Fairwinds, a provider of managed IT services for Kubernetes environments, has launched an open source project dubbed Astro that provides an easier application programming interface (API) for monitoring Kubernetes clusters using monitoring tools from Datadog as well as tools that make it easier to navigate Datadog. Company CTO E.J. Etherington says Astro was created so organizations that have embraced Kubernetes can monitor these platforms using the same tool they already employ to monitor existing monolithic applications. One of the

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Explaining Knative, the Project to Liberate Serverless from Cloud Giants

Source:-datacenterknowledge.com Today, using serverless means choosing a cloud platform to lock yourself into. The open source project expected to fix that is approaching prime time. One of the stars of the show at November’s KubeCon, the big annual Kubernetes conference whose 2019 edition happened in San Diego, was a new technology called Knative. Almost ready for prime time, it’s an open-source project Google started with the aid of IBM, Pivotal, Red Hat (now owned by IBM), and others to make

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VMware to pay US$236m for patent infringement

Source:-crn.com.au VMware is being forced to pay damages of approximately US$236 million to cloud optimisation software company Densify, which claimed the virtualisation superstar infringed on its software patents and committed trademark infringement. After a nine-day trial, a Delaware federal jury found in favour of Canada-based Densify, formerly known as Cirba, concluding that VMware infringed on two of its patents and engaged in unfair competition that caused harm to Densify. “Unfortunately, VMware, a great company, made a bad mistake, and used

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Environmental sustainability – the new cloud computing battleground

Source:-verdict.co.uk Environmental sustainability has become a major new competitive battleground for cloud computing giants, Google, Microsoft and Amazon Web Services (AWS). All three companies are already committed to improved energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy within their international network of data centres – even if those goals have not yet fully realised. However, that commitment is now being extended to new areas, including helping customers with their own sustainability objectives. This will open-up a whole new competitive battleground

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Serverless Cloud Computing Will Drive Explosive Growth In AI-Based Innovation

Source:-forbes.com As we look back at the past decade of innovation in the private and the public cloud space, led by Amazon, Microsoft, Google and IBM, the most significant emerging trend we see is the drive toward serverless computing and the appliance model. In the initial days of cloud computing, companies used cloud as a substitute for their colocation facilities and/or data centers. There were certain incremental benefits to this approach. One benefit was moving capital expenditure away from an

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What is AWS Console?

Source:-techradar.com Amazon Web Services (AWS) includes over 175 different products and services, all of them geared to help you run your cloud computing environment. It’s quite an extensive catalog, including tools to help you manage, deploy, and maintain compute, online storage, cloud databases, networking, analytics, robotics, machine learning, Internet of Things, security, VR and AR, media, and application development, and mobile apps — to name but a few. AWS Console is the primary point of control for all of the

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Amazon seeks to power Pentagon to close work on JEDI cloud computing contract

Source:-investrecords.com Amazon Web Companies is searching out for to power the Pentagon to close work on a huge cloud computing contract as of late awarded to its most though-provoking competitor, Microsoft, because it pursues allegations that President Trump improperly meddled with protection funds to act on a grudge in opposition to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. The sealed motion used to be filed Wednesday as segment of a utter voice at the U.S. Court docket of Federal Claims, which handles disputes

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IT Infrastructure Monitoring Market Recent Developments 2020-2029 By: CA Technologies, Nagios Enterprises, AppDynamics And Splunk

Source:-isautomotivetechnology.com The report specifies the Global IT Infrastructure Monitoring Market share held by the significant players of the business and conveys a full perspective on the focused scene. This IT Infrastructure Monitoring market is ordered into various sections with the complete examination of each concerning the topography for the investigation time frame. The report has turned the spotlight on the startling rise in verifiable investigation and evaluations in the IT Infrastructure Monitoring market with its future prospects. This research focus

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