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VMware: Why Customizing vROPs Is Important for Your Container Strategy

Two key takeaways from last month’s DockerCon: containers have gone mainstream and system administrators are paying close attention. Long a haven for developers, this year’s DockerCon in Austin hosted more system administrators than I’d ever seen, and they all seemed to be asking one question: We get it that containers are here to stay; how do […]

Microservices with Docker on Microsoft Azure (includes Content Update Program)

IT Books
Book + Content Update Program “Beyond just describing the basics, this book dives into best practices every aspiring microservices developer or architect should know.” —Foreword by Corey Sanders, Partner Director of Program Management, Azure Microservice-based applications enable unprecedented agility and ease of management, and Docker containers are ideal for building them. Microsoft Azure offers all […]

Docker Security at PyCon: Threat Modeling & State Machines

The Docker Security Team was out in force at PyCon 2017 in Portland, OR, giving two talks focussed on helping the Python Community to achieve better security. First up was David Lawrence and Ying Li with their “Introduction to Threat Modelling talk”. Threat Modelling is a structured process that aids an engineer in uncovering security […]

DataCore Takes the Pulse of the Market…Again

Every year since 2011, we’ve asked a sampling of IT professionals about their views on  existing and emerging technologies and their related impacts on storage. We recently released the results of our latest survey, “The State of Software-Defined Storage, Hyperconverged and Cloud Storage,” which reveals how these IT professionals are currently using or evaluating software-defined […]

NVIDIA Partners with World’s Top Server Manufacturers to Advance AI Cloud Computing

Foxconn, Inventec, Quanta, Wistron Using NVIDIA HGX Reference Architecture to Build AI Systems for Hyperscale Data Centers NVIDIA today launched a partner program with the world’s leading original design manufacturers (ODM) — Foxconn, Inventec, Quanta and Wistron — to more rapidly meet the demands for AI cloud computing. Through the NVIDIA HGX Partner Program, NVIDIA […]

Dell: Windows Containers with Windows Server 2016

Windows containers is a concept introduced with Windows server 2016 TP3 on both Core and GUI based OS image. A container looks a lot like a virtual machine (VM)-and is often considered a type of virtualization-but the two are distinctly different. Both host an operating system (OS), provide a local file system, and can be […]

Liquidware Announces New Version ProfileUnity with FlexApp

New version includes exclusive Click-to-Layer options, FlexApp Session Layers and ProfileDisk for Citrix XenApp, and security and compliance management features. Liquidware today announced ProfileUnity with FlexApp v6.7, User Environment Management (UEM) and application layering software for Windows desktops and virtual workspaces. Significant industry-leading features have been added to both ProfileUnity’s core UEM features as well […]

VMware: Run your Cloud Native Applications in production with vRealize Automation XaaS scalable components

Cloud Native Applications are getting some momentum. Still there is some reticence to run these in production on premise, particularly for the applications that could become business critical. VMware mission is to be here to help. As part of our container portfolio we do have Photon OS to run containers, enterprise-class features with vSphere Integrated […]

Microsoft Video: Running reliable scalable Cloud-native Apps with Kubernetes

With orchestration and containers taking over modern- App Management we look at the role of Kubernetes (now generally available) for managing reliable and scalable Cloud-native Apps using Linux and Windows containers. Brendan Burns, the co-creator of Kubernetes, who leads the team for Azure Container Service at Microsoft, will guide us as we look at the […]

Red Hat to Acquire Codenvy, Provider of Agile and Cloud-Native Development Tools

Red Hat
Red Hat adds to cloud-native application development portfolio with developer tools and containerized workspaces based on Eclipse Che Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Codenvy, provider of cloud-native development tools that enable developers to more easily create […]

DockerCon Hands-on Labs now online

One of more popular activities at DockerCon is our Hands-on Labs, where you can learn to use the Docker tools you see announced on stage, or talked about in the breakout sessions. This year we had eight labs for people to work through, ranging from 20 minutes to an hour in length. We’ve now moved […]

Citrix Synergy Session SYN103 Video: Citrix App Layering

Citrix Systems
Based on the pioneering Unidesk layering technology that Citrix acquired in January 2017, Citrix App Layering is quickly becoming the standard for application packaging and lifecycle management. In this session, Unidesk founder and former CTO, Chris Midgley, along with former chief solutions architect and App Layering expert, Ron Oglesby, will provide an overview of the […]

Community and the Turbonomic Vision

There are few opportunities like that which we shared with our Tech Field Day delegates at the #TFD14 event on May 11th.  This was not just another presentation, but a true exploration of the journey that Turbonomic is on along with our growing technology and customer community.  Tech Field Day 14 featured another all-star cast […]

WannaCrypt Ransomware Attacks – Could They Attack Application Containers?

“WannaCrypt ransomware attacks should make us wanna cry” is the CNN news headline for the world-wide ransomware attack which started last Friday (5/12). The data clearly showed that this was a very serious network attack: more than 20 hospital IT systems (Britain’s NHS had to cancel surgeries), more than 100 countries, large enterprises like Spanish firms Telefonica, Germany’s […]

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