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Containers and Kubernetes: 3 transformational success stories

Source:-sg.channelasia.tech Powerful combo of workload portability and orchestration has become an invaluable business asset in multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments Companies across industries are pushing to move data and workloads to the cloud, whether as part of digital transformations or to avoid building costly new infrastructure to handle growing demand. For many organisations, key to this move are containers and Kubernetes — especially when multiple cloud services are involved. Containers are standalone software packages that bundle together all of an

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How OpenEBS Brings Container Attached Storage to Kubernetes

Source:-thenewstack.io Managing stateful workloads in Kubernetes is fundamentally different from deploying and scaling stateless microservices. In a previous article that discussed different approaches to running stateful workloads in Kubernetes, I explained Container Attached Storage (CAS) as one of the emerging choices for managing stateful workloads. CAS is fast becoming the preferred choice for running durable, fault-tolerant stateful applications in Kubernetes. The OpenEBS project, which is a part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation Sandbox, attempts to bring CAS to the

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D2iQ Launches Dispatch to Accelerate Continuous Integration and Delivery of Cloud Native Applications

Source:-finance.yahoo.com Cloud native platform empowers enterprises with modern GitOps processes to more efficiently build, deploy and manage application lifecycles SAN FRANCISCO, March 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — D2iQ, the leading provider of enterprise-grade cloud platforms that power smarter Day 2 operations, today announced the general availability of Dispatch, an integrated GitOps platform for rapidly building and deploying cloud native microservices-based applications. By enabling a clear separation of responsibilities between application developers and operators, Dispatch provides enterprises with the flexibility, speed and consistency required

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16 ways to improve your code after it’s ‘finished’

Source:-itworld.com Just because you’ve squeezed out the bugs and delivered a working program doesn’t mean you should relax You’ve pushed the code through all of the tests and they came back green. The continuous integration pipeline ran all of the way through. All of the check boxes on the feature list are checked. All of the Post-it notes have moved to the completed part of the wall. Phew. It’s tempting to call the code finished and head off on vacation.

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7 best practices: Building applications for containers and Kubernetes

Source:-enterprisersproject.com Let’s examine key considerations for building new applications specifically for containers and Kubernetes, according to cloud-native experts. Don’t let the growing popularity of containers and Kubernetes dupe you into thinking that you should use them to run any and every type of application. You need to distinguish between “can” and “should.” One basic example of this distinction is the difference between building an app specifically to be run in containers and operated with Kubernetes (some would refer to this

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OpenStack remains essential: How to get your private cloud builds right

Source:-techbeacon.com When SUSE announced in October that it was pulling out of the OpenStack market, it renewed industry speculation that the once massively hyped technology is sliding toward irrelevance. Nothing could be further from the truth. OpenStack’s alleged decline has become one of tech’s favorite tropes. The infrastructure-as-a-service model of hosting private clouds was all the rage in the early and mid-2010s, touted (unfairly) by some as an alternative to public clouds. That early excitement faded when OpenStack gained a

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DLT Framework to Spur Government DevOps Adoption

Source:-containerjournal.com DLT Solutions LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tech Data, has defined a Secure Software Factory (SSF) framework that provides U.S. public sector agencies with a framework for implementing a set of best DevOps practices based on Kubernetes. Company CTO David Blankenhorn says the SSF framework spans tools and platforms from Checkmarx, CloudBees, Dynatrace, GitHub, GitLab, Eggplant, MindPoint Group, Parasoft, Red Hat, Sonatype, StackRox, Sysdig, XebiaLabs and ZenHub. The goal, he says, is to make it easier for government agencies and

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This is how retail CIOs are using DevOps and RAD to go omnichannel

Source:-diginomica.com Retail consumers today demand personalized services and delivery, from online, to mobile, to in-store – a joined-up, omnichannel experience delivered in a cycle of swipes, clicks, chat and in-stores contact. These behaviors reflect just how much shoppers are today ‘in charge’ of their purchases and demand interactions that are responsive to their personal preferences. For many retailers, it’s a challenge to keep pace with these demands. In its 2018 B2C Innovation Survey, IDC asserted that retailers have just “two

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Kovair Announces the Release of Kovair DevOps Platform for Implementing End-to-End Continuous Delivery Process

Source:-in.news.yahoo.com Kovair Software, one of the leaders in software tools integrations, today announced the release of Kovair DevOps Platform. The enterprise-class automation solution helps to reduce time to market and implement DevOps with end-to-end automation of the build-test-deploy cycle. It also provides comprehensive workflow orchestration for better, faster and more accurate software development. The Kovair DevOps Platform provides enterprises with the CI/CD functionality necessary to deploy applications to any platform at any scale. It delivers task based pipeline for orchestration

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How Kubernetes and Containers Enable Highly Scalable CI Applications

Source:-rtinsights.com Building continuous intelligence applications on cloud-native architectures using containers and Kubernetes makes it easier to deploy, maintain, and update those applications to meet changing business requirements. The first blog in this series noted how cloud-native increasingly is the architecture of choice to build and deploy continuous intelligence (CI) applications. A cloud-native approach, combined with a streaming engine, gives companies the flexibility to rapidly develop and deploy new CI applications to meet fast-changing business requirements. Specifically, cloud-native architectures are dynamic,

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