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Source:- financialpost.com VMware updates NSX VMware has updated its NSX network virtualization platform with two new releases, VMware NSX for vSphere 6.3 and VMware NSX-T 1.1. NSX for vSphere features enhanced security, extension of a unified virtual network to remote datacentres, and better support for vCloud Director. NSX-T adds support for VMware Photon Platform, an enterprise cloud-native infrastructure platform, expanded support for KVM distributions from Canonical and Red Hat, updated support for OpenStack Newton and Mikata, and access to a

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15 Questions AWS Users Ask About DDC For AWS

Source:- docker.com Docker is deployed across all major cloud service providers, including AWS. So when we announced Docker Datacenter for AWS (which makes it even easier to deploy DDC on AWS) and showed live demos of the solution at AWS re:Invent 2016 it was no surprise that we received a ton of interest about the solution. Docker Datacenter for AWS, as you can guess from its name, is now the easiest way to install and stand up the Docker Datacenter (DDC)

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Learn What is Kubernetes and What are Container Operations

Source:- eduonix.com The traditional approach of deploying applications was using a package manager for application installation, but it also suffered from the problem of mixing up executable files, configuration files and libraries of the application and those of the host. Although virtual machines could be used to ensure predictability they suffer from performance and portability issues. To resolve problems faced with the traditional approach, containers were developed that enable virtualization at the operating system level rather than hardware level virtualization.

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Jenkins gets new pipeline feature, sees increase in usage

Source:- sdtimes.com Jenkins saw a surge of growth in 2016. The Jenkins project, a community behind Jenkins, has released results from its 2016 Community Survey that show the open-source automation server saw an increase in usage across organizations already using Jenkins, organizations new to Jenkins, and organizations implementing Continuous Delivery. “As an ever-increasing number of teams implement DevOps, we are seeing them naturally turn to Jenkins as the de facto business-critical solution for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery,” said Sacha

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5 Steps to Fix Your DevOps

Source:- dzone.com DevOps. Why is everyone talking about it now? People say, “Just do DevOps,” and I laugh at that. Is it that easy? Let’s discuss some facts that you should know before moving to DevOps. We all want to do DevOps because it’s cool and trendy. Is that your answer? If so, then stop thinking about it. It’s not what you think it is. Before taking the first step to doing DevOps, ask yourself why you need DevOps and

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5 new guides for working with OpenStack

Source:- opensource.com OpenStack experience continues to be among the most in-demand skills in the tech world, with more and more organizations seeking to build and manage their own open source clouds. But OpenStack is a huge domain of knowledge, containing dozen of individual projects that are being actively developed at a rapid pace. Just keeping your skills up to date can be a challenge. The good news is that there are lots of resources out there to keep you up

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Bug fixes polish Docker container management

Source:- techtarget.com Just as into every life some rain must fall, into every software some bugs must creep — and Docker is no exception. Docker container management received some incremental, but important, improvements this month, with fixes to security and domain name system (DNS) bugs. The updates underscore why security in depth is critical in container environments. Docker responded in mid-January 2017 to a security vulnerability in runC, called CVE-2016-9962, which was reported earlier in the month. The vulnerability could

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Development problem solving, the LinkedIn way

Source:- techtarget.com For those wondering what it’s like to be on a 3×3 mobile release schedule, look no further than LinkedIn which has 3 releases a day and a plan to never let code be older than 3 hours before committing to it. Even if your company is the size of LinkedIn, that’s a big enchilada to get through daily and for it to happen everything — including testing — has to move along like clockwork. But even with these

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Global DevOps Tool Market – Puppet Labs, Chef, Docker Inc, RedHat, Atlassian

Source:- longshortreport.com DevOps Tool Industry Report introduced a Market Segment, Product Types, with Sales, Revenue, Price, Market Share and Growth, focuses on top players in these regions/countries, Size, Share, Demand, Analysis, Manufacturers, Type and Application, Forecast 2016 to 2021 The research study Global DevOps Tool Industry offers strategic assessment of the Global DevOps Tool market. The industry report focuses on the growth opportunities, which will help the Global DevOps Tool industry to expand operations in the existing markets or aid

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Code Development Still not Seeing Security Involvement

Source:- infosecurity-magazine.com Code development should have security built in from the start to avoid headaches further along the line, and tools and processes exist to make this possible. Speaking at the Checkmarx “Shift Left” conference in central London, security researcher Troy Hunt said that it is hard to put numbers on security of code, and it is hard to look at code once it is written and determine if it is good or bad, but if it is bad, it

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