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Turbonomic Feature Video #9 – Cluster Capacity

The Turbonomic Platform can do a whole lot and we decided it would be good to walk you through our customers top 10 favorite features within the platform Feature #9 is our Cluster Capacity View. Here you can figure out how many more workloads (VMs, Containers) can fit on each of your clusters without needing […]

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 […]

Docker 0-Day Stopped Cold by SELinux

Red Hat
A new CVE, (CVE-2016-9962), for the docker container runtime and runc were recently released. Fixed packages have been prepared and shipped for RHEL as well as Fedora and Centos. This CVE reports that if you execd into a running container, the processes inside of the container could attack the process that just entered the container. […]

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 […]

Citrix: Verify Your Containerized Applications with NetScaler CPX Now!!

Over the past few years, we have seen significant development in Linux kernel, which has made Containers evolve into an Enterprise-grade technology. With the rapid pace at which Docker and other companies in Container space has progressed, Developers and IT operations teams can now have extra control over their environments utilizing the tremendous flexibility and […]

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 […]

Multi-Cloud is the New Normal, and Hybrid is Inevitable

ClearSky Data
As each year begins, experts in the enterprise storage industry cast their predictions about the 12 months to come. Although change happens gradually in any business and each year brings its own surprises, from a holistic view, the evolving data center tends to be driven by the culmination of small moves, rather than a seismic […]

VMware 2017 Predictions: Careful Forward Steps With Eyes on the ‘Lone Nuts’

There is so much excitement in virtualization and cloud innovation right now, and I’m proud to work at a place that is on the bleeding edge of new technology that provides flexibility and security to everyday consumers and those in the highest levels of government. The truth, though, is that to keep to organizational goals […]

Docker Storage and Infinit FAQ

Last December, Docker acquired a company called Infinit. Using their technology, we will provide secure distributed storage out of the box, making it much easier to deploy stateful services and legacy enterprise applications on Docker. During the last Docker Online Meetup, Julien Quintard, member of Docker’s technical staff and former CEO at Infinit, went through the design […]

Its Past, Present & Future

Some are touting automation, cloud computing and artificial intelligence as the 4th industrial revolution. It is no surprise that you are beginning to see the rise of automation in the IT industry, especially around application deployment and management (I promise this is not a shameless self-plug). A few years ago, Google made the announcement that […]