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4 predictions for Open Source in 2020

Source:-idgconnect.com This is a contributed article by Patrick McFadin, VP Developer Relations, DataStax As a way of approaching software development, open source has been with us for decades. For over twenty years, organisations like the Apache Software Foundation have supported the development of open source software projects that led to new applications and online services enjoyed by billions globally. However, what will happen to open source in 2020 and in the years ahead? Will the open source movement continue to

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Cloud computing in 2020: views of the industry

Source:-techerati.com When we published our selection of cloud predictions last year, most predicted container orchestrator Kubernetes to consolidate its stranglehold over the container space and, correspondingly, modern cloud infrastructure. Last November, one of the most extensive customer surveys bore this prediction out. In its study of thousands of companies, cloud and infrastructure monitoring company Datadog found 45 percent of its customers were using Kubernetes. And if that isn’t evidence enough, just reflect on VMware’s announcement in March that it plans

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5 Ways To Secure Your Business In A Multi-Cloud World

Source:-forbes.com Modern software increasingly lives online, using application programming interfaces, or APIs, to ingest and expose data, stay updated, and generally work more effectively. APIs are great business accelerators with thousands of uses, from drawing on a file of recipes for a grocery website, to attaching a secure payment system to an online retailer, to adding features to existing IT infrastructure. As they grow in popularity, however, they also move into the crosshairs of bad actors, becoming a new target

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GitLab CI/CD is for multi-cloud

Source:-about.gitlab.com As organizations continue to go all-in on cloud-first strategies, optimizing their cloud architectures is becoming a top priority. It’s estimated that investments in infrastructure to support cloud computing account for more than a third of all IT spending. Using multiple cloud providers with multiple cloud services requires an architecture that enables workflow portability, and organizations will need an unbiased, multi-cloud strategy to make that a reality. What is multi-cloud? Multi-cloud describes how enterprises use multiple cloud providers to meet different technical

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Experts expect AWS re:Invent 2019 to spotlight AI, security and more

Source:-searchaws.techtarget.com Re:Invent 2019 will yet again be heavy on product rollouts. Get ready for the show with a rundown on the topics and technologies our experts predict AWS will spotlight. As the AWS re:Invent 2019 conference approaches, the cloud computing community can expect another round of product rollouts and feature updates as AWS sets the agenda for another year. Last year’s re:Invent included some predictable product rollouts, such as Amazon Managed Blockchain and AWS Transit Gateway, as well as the

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How VMware Leveraged Kubernetes For Its Cloud-Native And Multi-Cloud Strategy

Source: forbes.com If there is one key takeaway from VMware’s annual user conference, VMWorld, it is Kubernetes that’s becoming the front and center of the company’s product strategy. Every VMware executive I met emphasized on how the engineering teams are fully embracing the open source container management platform to build the next generation of vSphere.  Project Pacific bridges the gap between traditional vSphere-based VMs and modern Kubernetes-based clusters. VMware has done a brilliant job by embedding Kubernetes right into the core of

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The Key to Multi-Cloud Success

Source:- devops.com. In the era of cloud-based architectures, companies have implemented multiple cloud platforms but have yet to reap the full benefits. Whether it’s Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud or Microsoft Azure—or some combination thereof—a recent Forrester study found that nearly 86% of enterprises have incorporated a multi-cloud strategy. Not only does this strategy take companies out of the business of hosting their own applications, it also leads to benefits including avoiding vendor lock-in, reduced costs and optimized performance. While it’s clear

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5 Ways Cloud Computing Will Change This Year

Source- biztechmagazine.com Multicloud strategies reached new levels of adoption in 2018, with a recent survey from Virtustreamfinding that 86 per cent of enterprises are turning to a multi-cloud approach. But despite considerable adoption, multi cloud’s prominence is likely to grow even further in 2019 as organizations try to avoid vendor lock-in, granting themselves greater flexibility in deploying the most relevant cloud technology across different departments and functions. While a multi-cloud approach offers the added bonus of improving ROI, the aspects that are most appealing to enterprises

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NetOps and DevOps Want More Collaboration in a Multi-Cloud World

Source – businesswire.com CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–F5 Networks (NASDAQ: FFIV) announced the results of a recent survey comparing the views of over 850 NetOps and DevOps IT professionals on their respective disciplines and collaboration practices. Traditionally, the larger IT market has viewed these two groups as somewhat antagonistic toward one other. However, the F5 survey indicates they are largely aligned on priorities, with converging interests around the production pipeline and automation capabilities. Reconciling survey results with the current trend of DevOps turning to outside solutions

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