The Linux Foundation today announced the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). This new organization aims to advance the state-of-the-art for building cloud native applications and services, allowing developers to take full advantage of existing and to-be-developed open source technologies. Cloud native refers to applications or services that are container-packaged, dynamically scheduled and micro services-oriented. Founding [...]
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Fred came and talked to us, on the same subject, this month at our Docker Meetup event in Las Vegas. We did not record the talk, but this is the same presentation he made to us. Very insightful on how you can reduce time spent on development and increase the speed of get apps from [...]
Good post by by Tech.co about Docker Security. Docker recently published Their Security Best Practices report that has given the technology industry a new footing for talking about container security. With recent breaches in security, this is top of mind for IT professionals. The fact is that securing infrastructure will always be a challenge, but [...]
Las Vegas Docker Meet Up for this Month: “Go Faster: Complement Docker with Tech, Process, and Organization”Justin Steele 2015-07-14T17:23:16+00:00
Docker is one element to allow an organization to go faster. But its benefits are lost without complementary investment in additional tech, radical changes to process, and fundamental shifts in the basic client organization (especially outside the tech area) Fred George has been an active member of the Docker community both in Las Vegas and [...]
InfoSiftr is Offering Two Official Docker Training Sessions on Sept 11th thru the 12th and on Oct 23rd thru the 24thJustin Steele 2015-07-07T14:37:14+00:00
InfoSiftr, LLC, an Authorized Training Partner of Docker, Inc., is pleased to announce its two public training courses on “Docker Administration and Operations” held at the Innevation Center located at: 6795 S Edmond St, 3rd Floor, Las Vegas, NV 89118 on September 11th and 12th from 9 AM PDT till 5 PM PDT for both [...]
So what survives doomsday? The micros of course, the small life. Rodents burrowed beneath insulating earth, barnacles on a ship's hull – a wall of fire is nothing to them. That goes double for the truly microscopic: their functions are simple, their needs simpler. They're tough to kill, simply because they don't require the kinds [...]
During our next Docker Meetup, will be covering Polyglot Deployment with Auto-Scaling using Docker and AWS. Should be a very interesting talk for those looking to use AWS for Docker deployment. This will be a high level talk about deploying polyglot application stacks using Docker, and AWS. Discover how to properly use Elastic Load Balancers, [...]
After consultation with our partners, we have decided to reschedule our training classes that was for May 15th and 16th to a future date. This is due to changes in our training program that will be discussed further in future announcements. Please check back with us about future training dates and those announcements about our [...]
“Don't just do something, stand there!” – that's what doctors are saying. It's a clever twist on an old cliché, and it emphasizes the value of hesitation, of thinking more and learning more before you jump in and “try something.” Of course, it's also contrary to human nature. People – particularly the intellectually curious – [...]
We like to congratulate Docker on raising 95 million in their D round. This is pretty impressive given that they still have a large portion of their C round money still left. To some this has come as a surprise, but not to us. This is not due to any insight we had or even [...]