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Pivotal CTO: Kubernetes means we’re all distributed systems programmers now

Source: devclass.com Kubernetes is changing the way organisations develop their software and manage their systems. But can we expect it to start changing the nature of organisations themselves? It’s certainly changed the nature of Pivotal – which launched a drive onto Kubernetes last month, not long after being lambasted by financial analysts for scaling back financial targets and being late to the Kubernetes party. We sat down with Cornelia Davis, Pivotal’s CTO at DevOps Enterprise Summit in June. She was

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VMware extends Google Cloud deal, positions as hybrid partner of choice for the hyperscalers

Source: cloudcomputing-news.net VMware and Google Cloud have extended their partnership with the launch of a new offering which enables organisations to run their VMware workloads in Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The product, the snappily titled Google Cloud VMware Solution by CloudSimple – the latter being a verified VMware cloud partner – will give customers the opportunity to run VMware workloads on-prem, in the cloud, or as part of a hybrid architecture. Both sides naturally came across as agreeable in the

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Four key ways to optimise your cloud spending in 2019: A guide

Source:- cloudcomputing-news.net he last six years have seen a rapid acceleration in the use of cloud computing. Enterprises of all sizes and across industries are now turning to cloud infrastructure and pursuing cloud-first strategies. As IT departments increasingly shift workloads into public clouds while they simultaneously convert existing on-premises virtualised environments to support cloud-like capabilities, optimising cloud spending has become an intense focus for many organisations. In the RightScale 2019 State of the Cloud Report from Flexera, cloud users who were surveyed

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Larger organisations more likely to push ahead with DevOps initiatives, research argues

Source:- cloudcomputing-news.net Almost half of respondents in a new study from Redgate Software say they have adopted a DevOps approach to their projects – with a further third planning to join them within the next two years. The study, the firm’s latest State of Database DevOps survey, polled 1,000 companies globally with more than half employing at least 500 people. While 47% polled overall said they are already on the road with DevOps initiatives, this number rises to 59% among

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