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Docker: InfraKit Under the Hood – High Availability

Back in October, Docker released Infrakit, an open source toolkit for creating and managing declarative, self-healing infrastructure. This is the first in a two part series that dives more deeply into the internals of InfraKit. Introduction At Docker,  our mission to build tools of mass innovation constantly challenges to look at ways to improve the […]

Red Hat Launches Latest Version of Red Hat CloudForms, Drives Open Hybrid Cloud Management Across Geographies and Industries

Red Hat
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the availability of Red Hat CloudForms 4.2, the latest version of its award-winning open hybrid cloud management solution. IT operations teams can face slow, manual processes to deliver services internally, which may cost time, money and competitiveness. To address these […]

Developing for the Cloud in the Cloud: BigData Development with Docker in AWS

WhatMatrix Community
Why you may need it? I am a developer, and I work daily in Integrated Development Environments (IDE), such as Intellij IDEA or Eclipse. These IDEs are desktop applications. Since the advent of Google Documents, I have seen more and more people moving their work from desktop versions of Word or Excel to the cloud […]

The Year Ahead for Software Asset Management (2017)

Flexera Software
It’s a new year! Welcome to 2017. What will it bring? Here are a few thoughts on trends that will impact Software Asset Management (SAM) teams this year. The Cloud (of course) The cloud computing trend continues, with some new developments such as the concept of the “multi-cloud” approach, wherein enterprises can reduce costs by […]

Nutanix AOS 5.0 Release is Here

2016 was an extremely busy year for us so far. Two major software releases (4.6 in February and 4.7 in June) and innumerable minor releases from the product side, two major .NEXT events (in Las Vegas and Vienna) and over a 100 smaller .NEXT on the road events across the world, phenomenal customer growth and […]

Kev Johnson (vExpert) – 2016 End of Year Thoughts and Looking into 2017 – Video

ComputerWorld Group
In this video Kev talks about his summary for 2016 and his thoughts for the year ahead. Kev discusses AWS, Azure, Cloud Native Apps, Just Bieber, Neck Beards and much more. via the fine folks at ComputerWorld Group.

Technology Architecture Requirements over Religion

Beware the most common trap of technologists, which is becoming religious about a specific technology or vendor.  This is what often leads to the unfortunate failure of a project or a product and also creates the incorrect measurement metric for a technology’s capability for success. Take AWS for example.  I’m a huge fan of AWS, […]

SkySync / Citrix Ready – Integrating On-Premises Storage with ShareFile Podcast – Episode 267

Listen to “SkySync / Citrix Ready – Integrating On-Premises Storage with ShareFile Podcast – Episode 267” on Spreaker. In episode 267, Douglas Brown interviews Steve Woodward, CTO of SkySync and Anil Kumar, Technical Marketing Lead for Citrix Ready.  Together we discusses the SkySync middleware technology that tightly integrates your on-premises storage with ShareFile.  Steve, Anil, […]

AWS Cost Explorer Update – Reserved Instance Utilization Report

Amazon Web Services
Cost Explorer is a tool that helps you to manage your AWS spending using reporting and analytics tools (read The New Cost Explorer for AWS to learn more). You can sign up with a single click and then visualize your AWS costs, analyze trends, and look at spending patterns. You can look at your spending […]

Public Cloud Landscape & Complexities Infographic Series: Part 2 of 3

We’ve published several blogs about the “hidden costs” of public cloud providers. From AWS to Azure and beyond, the complexities around managing cost in the public cloud provide endless opportunities for investigation and discussion. But cost is only the beginning. When weighing the benefits and drawbacks of moving to the public cloud, organizations must also […]