Azure IoT Edge In this week’s TL;DR post, Microsoft has created a managed service, called Azure IoT Edge, to put analytics and intelligence on those devices using containers.Think of it as a way to move cloud workloads like analytics, machine learning, SQL Server databases and even serverless functions onto devices that are centrally deployed and [...]
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Kubernetes and Microservices, a movement? In this week’s TL;DR post, we first have a post from Venture Beat showcasing KubeCon last week in Europe, and how Kubernetes and microservices are a developers’ movement to make the web faster, stable, and more open. IBM Cloud Platform and how Kubernetes fits in Additionally, from KubeCon we have [...]
Since it is May 4th, we figure we would lead off with a local post from the Innevation Center, that has a Star Wars theme. The Lenovo Star Wars AR Headset lets you have Lightsaber duels with friends. Full disclosure, since we are a partner of Lenovo and we are attending their partner summit next [...]
Interview with OCI’s Michael Crosby Docker has shared an interview with Michael Crosby, OCI Technical Oversight Board Chairman. Among the topics covered: Downloading and installing Git Bash Generating SSH keys Uploading the public SSH key to Triton Downloading and installing Node.js Installing Triton CLI Configuring environment variables Configuring Triton profiles Creating an instance Connecting to [...]
“Containers are eating the world.” So said Joyent CEO Scott Hammond at the NYC Container Summit earlier this year. And he’s right: containers – along with the microservices and cloud technologies containers complement – represent a new and revolutionary way of handling development, operations, and application architecture. Their impact will only continue to grow over [...]
"Cloud computing is on the cusp of revolution", say Bryan Cantrill CTO or Joyent, Inc., and he should know. Being on of the top experts in containerization, he has a front row seat at the change in cloud computing. Here is his article posted on Wire.com. This also is an announcement about the launch of [...]
This posting on Cloud Tech is a very good over view of why enterprises need containers and Docker. The question that the posting asks is “Why are Yelp, Goldman Sachs, and other enterprises using Docker?” and the answer is” Because in many ways, enterprises have been unable to take full advantage of revolutions in virtualization [...]
People with “Rails” experience are among the top paid developers today. This is something that shows up on those list-style articles from time to time (“Top Developer Skills of 2014,” “Highest Paid Developers” – that sort of thing). It's not because the framework is hard to learn. Quite the contrary. But a cursory examination of [...]
Here is a blog post for Docker on the progress on the Open Container Format. One month ago, Docker, Inc. announced the creation of the Open Container Initiative*, under the supports of the Linux Foundation for the purpose of defining common specifications around container format and runtime. Docker donated both its base container format and [...]
Google is also ceding control over Kubernetes and is donating it to a newly formed foundation — the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) that will be run by the Linux Foundation. Kubernetes, the open-source container management tool Google launched last February, hit version 1.0 today. With this update, Google now considers Kubernetes ready for production. [...]