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Citrix: Ain’t Nothin’ but a G(oogle) Thang: Citrix on Google Cloud

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At Citrix, we believe that enabling customers and partners to choose any public cloud platform that they want for running business workloads is critical to success. Since our first public cloud platform offering, we have made great progress in ensuring that platform choice is front and center for designing the secure digital workspace of the […]

Red Hat Adds Common Criteria Security Certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Red Hat
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Certification enables the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform to support additional critical and sensitive workloads [responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Click to Listen”] Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1, the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform, has achieved an additional Common Criteria Certification. Enhancing the […]

HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 can secure any federal IT environment

HP Enterprise
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Insights from FedTech report: Deploying technology innovations increases the likelihood and the cost of cybercrime, but you can offset the risk by implementing a high-security profile supported by HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 servers. The government sector is taking notice of HPE ProLiant Gen10 servers. A recent review by FedTech shows how HPE ProLiant DL380 servers […]

Amazon ECS Supports Memory and CPU Limits at the Task Level

Amazon Web Services
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A task consists of a group of containers running together on a single host. You can now set a limit on the resources available to a task running on Amazon ECS. Previously, you had to set resource limits for each container running within a task separately. Now, you can set a limit on the amount […]

Docker: A tour of Containerd 1.0

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We have done a few talks in the past on different features of containerd, how it was designed, and some of the problems that we have fixed along the way. Containerd is used by Docker, Kubernetes CRI, and a few other projects but this is a post for people who may not know what containerd […]

Introducing Live Process monitoring in Datadog

Datadog
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In order to add greater depth and detail to your full-stack monitoring, Datadog is introducing a new way to explore, inspect, and monitor every process across your distributed infrastructure. That’s every PID, on every host, in one place. We love tools like htop for real-time process monitoring, but SSH-ing into a server to run command […]

Microsoft Azure brings new Serverless and DevOps capabilities to the Kubernetes community

Microsoft
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Starting today, the Kubernetes community comes together at KubeCon in Austin, Texas, with the goal of making it easier than ever to use containers to modernize existing applications and manage new applications to drive digital transformation. Today and tomorrow we will be announcing more Kubernetes community projects and partnerships that extend what customers can do […]

Simplifying the Management of Kubernetes with Docker Enterprise Edition

Docker
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Back in October at DockerCon Europe, we announced that Docker will be delivering a  seamless and simplified integration of Kubernetes into the Docker platform. By integrating Kubernetes with Docker EE, we provide the choice to use Kubernetes and/or Docker Swarm for orchestration while maintaining the consistent developer to operator workflow users have come to expect from […]

Why traditional storage doesn’t cut it it in the new world of containers

Red Hat
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Persistent storage for containers is a hot topic these days. While containers do a great job of storing application logic, they do not offer a built-in solution for storing application data across the lifecycle of containers. Ephemeral (or local) storage is not enough–Stateful applications require that the container data be available beyond the life of […]

Gartner: Serverless, Servers and Cloud Management at AWS re:Invent 2017

Gartner
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In the last few days, the press has been dominated by countless interpretations of the myriad of AWS re:Invent announcements. Every article I read was trying (hard) to extract some kind of trend or direction from the overall conference. However, it was simply succeeding in providing a single and narrow perspective. AWS have simply tried […]

Containers and a More Agile DevOps Approach

DataCore
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Let’s talk about containers and data centers for a moment. If you need a more agile DevOps team, it’s time to take a closer look at them. Containers provide virtualization at the operating system level. They are a lightweight approach to virtualization that provides the bare minimum for an application to run and function as […]

How to use FSLogix Office 365 Containers with Ivanti/RES ONE Workspace

FSLogix
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In today’s modern workspace we’re seeing a shift towards running non-persistent environments. Devices run from a single Golden Image and user data is saved in roaming, streamed, or hybrid profiles. This has a lot of benefits, but it comes with a big drawback in managing the Microsoft Office 365 cache. In Chris Twiest’s latest blog, Why […]

Citrix: Why is Everyone Talking about Citrix and Kubernetes?

Citrix Systems
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Faster application development and deployment are the new mantras for IT, Digital, and DevOps teams. Microservices are the emerging application architecture. As customers make this migration, they will do so in steps —beginning with a static architecture in which containers are deployed manually — then ultimately moving to a robust, automated architecture with service discovery, […]

Amazon ECS Support for Windows Server Containers is Generally Available

Amazon Web Services
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Previously, Windows containers were supported by Amazon ECS as a public beta. Now, Amazon ECS provides an ECS-Optimized Windows Server Amazon Machine Image (AMI), which is based on the EC2 Windows Server 2016 AMI and includes Docker 17.06 Enterprise Edition and the ECS Agent 1.16. This AMI provides improved instance and container launch time performance. […]

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