At the Google GCP Next conference last week in San Francisco, the company demonstrated how it was possible with Kubernetes to update a heavily used distributed application while keeping that app running. For a Kubernetes 1.2 on-stage demo, Greg DeMichillie, director of program management for Google Cloud Platform spun up a service and then used load testing software to dispatch 20,000 requests-per-second to the service.
Canonical, through Tom Callway, announced just a few moments ago, March 29, 2016, the immediate availability for download of the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) Beta operating system for IBM LinuxONE.
Google has identified machine learning and security as the two most important initiatives behind its updated business-and-tech strategy.
With so many cloud technologies, tools, and techniques to keep track of, it can be hard to know where to start learning new skills. In this article, we take a brief look at five next-generation cloud technologies and some of the key open source projects in each space to help you get up to speed.
GoDaddy announced a new OpenStack-powered public cloud service. The new service benefits from the Bitnami partnership for applications.
The new Docker Volume Plugin for Azure File Storage plug-in makes Docker containers less reliant on a host’s storage.
CoreOS pushes the open-source container security project to the 1.0 milestone and production stability.
Not even VMware invaded the data center as quickly as open source container supplier Docker has in its first three years. In an interview with InformationWeek, CEO Ben Golub offers his vision for the future.
VMware patched two cross-site scripting issues in several editions of its vRealize cloud software. These flaws could be exploited in stored XSS attacks and could result in the user’s workstation being compromised.