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VMware Stock Needs a Successful Pivot in 2020

Source:-investorplace.com Many investors were looking at 2020 as being the start of something big for VMware (NYSE:VMW). After a year spent on acquisitions, the company appears ready to start making its transition to a hybrid cloud provider. vmw1600 Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com That would be welcome news to investors who are watching a stock that has dropped 25% from its 52-week high set in May 2019. But so far, 2020 has brought a lack of clear direction. Instead of

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How to back up Kubernetes and Docker

Source:-networkworld.com You don’t have to back up everything about every container, but it’s important to back up configurations for running and managing them in case of disaster. Yes, your container infrastructure needs some type of backup. Kubernetes and Docker will not magically build themselves after a disaster. As discussed in a separate article, you don’t need to back up the running state of each container, but you will need to back up the configuration used to run and manage your

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Red Hat Delivers Latest Kubernetes Enhancements

Source:-containerjournal.com Red Hat this week moved to make it easier to operationalize IT environments based on Kubernetes by making the latest versions of Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage generally available. Based on version 1.16 of Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift 4.3 adds a range of encryption enhancements, including support for remote enablement of Linux Unified Key Setup-on-disk-format (LUKS) encrypted volumes and the ability to encrypt data at rest. The latest version also meets the encryption requirements specified

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What to expect from VMware in 2020

Source:-searchvmware.techtarget.com VMware experts Brian Kirsch, Alastair Cooke and Rob Bastiaansen take a look at what’s ahead for the virtualization vendor in 2020 as it builds Kubernetes into its suite. 2019 saw some major milestones for VMware. The virtualization vendor made several key acquisitions to expand its reach into new markets and announced a number of initiatives to update its suite. In 2020, experts predict VMware will continue to push forward — but hope that in doing so the vendor won’t

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Three Tools That Will Enable Your Team To Leverage DevOps Methods

Source:-forbes.com Almost 20 years ago, I worked at a company that did source code management with zipped files passed around via email at the end of every day. We crossed our fingers that there weren’t going to be any dependency issues. This might (read as: should) sound laughable today, but my personal experience tells me there are still an awful lot of companies out there for whom this is true, and DevOps methodologies are still way out of reach. Great

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Securing Kubernetes: Bug bounty program announced

Source:-zdnet.com Want to help lock down Kubernetes and make some money while you’re at it? The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has a new bug bounty program for you. Kubernetes, the container orchestration program, has become hotter than hot. Everyone — and I mean everyone — is adopting it. But with quarterly major updates and everyone rushing to deploy it, security is a real worry. Thus, the Kubernetes Product Security Committee, funded by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is launching

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Taking responsibility and growing faster: What does DevOps really mean?Taking responsibility and growing faster: What does DevOps really mean?

Source:-devopsonline.co.uk Sqills, a software solution company, has fully embraced the DevOps mindset and is also not afraid to embrace the potential of the cloud with AWS. To discuss these points, as well as overcoming any challenges they had with implementing these factors, DevOps Online spoke to Don Pinkster (Team Lead Infrastructure at Sqills) and Robin Breuker (Team Lead Software Development at Sqills). Tell us a bit about the work that you do? Pinkster: Our primary focus at infra is on

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How to survive in today’s IT without DevOps and containers

Source:-searchvmware.techtarget.com If you don’t write software, you might not require DevOps or containers in your data center. You don’t need to give into the pressure to adopt them. In today’s IT world, DevOps and containers are everywhere. These products and frameworks have done amazing things for certain admins and organizations, and you might feel pressure to implement them in your own workplace. But before you give in to pressure from vendors, management and the IT community, take a minute to

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OpenStack’s Complicated Kubernetes Relationship

Source:-containerjournal.com 2020 may be the year the OpenStack community comes to terms with Kubernetes As the open source community heads into 2020, loyalties between OpenStack and Kubernetes are likely to become increasingly divided. Contributors to open source projects are trying to determine where to prioritize their efforts, while IT organizations are wondering to what degree they will need a framework such as OpenStack to deploy Kubernetes. Most Kubernetes deployments thus far have been on top of open source virtual machines

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Careers Site: ‘Cloud Computing and Containerization Skills Are Booming’

Source:-virtualizationreview.com Careers site Indeed.com combed internal data to report on major trends in the tech skills market, finding that “cloud computing and containerization skills are booming.” “Docker, Kubertnetes, and other containerized tech tools allow software engineers to isolate the environment in which an application runs, permitting rapid scalability as user traffic grows,” the report said. “Employers increasingly demand these skills.” In “Indeed Tech Skills Explorer: Big Picture Tech Skill Trends,” published last month, the careers site identified the cloud computing

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