The news from the Red Hat Summit this weeks almost appears to be all Docker all the time. A series of announcements has made Docker clearly the container of choice for Red Hat users. But don’t stop at just Red Hat.
Even if Canonical hasn't remade the consumer desktop with Ubuntu or made much of a dent with Ubuntu as a phone or tablet OS -- at least, not compared to the way Google has with both Android and Chrome -- there's no denying the presence...
Technology issues don't typically stop cloud implementations. More often than not, it's the people. Office politics, unrealistic expectations, and general stupidity are the common culprits that hinder cloud computing use at many enterprises.
In 2012, I wrote a post for InfoWorld entitled "Perfect fit: The cloud and SOA -- but don't call it that." Although SOA (service-oriented architecture) is indeed systemic to most private and public clouds, the majority of people who stand up clouds...
Today’s the day! We are incredibly excited to announce that our partner ReliefWeb, a global information service of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Human Affairs (OCHA), has launched its latest initiative to improve information delivery to humanitarians: an API which gives developers open access to nearly two decades of data and analyses on [...]
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The DevOps blogosphere is aflame over Jeff Knupp’s post on “How DevOps is killing the Developer”. While I agree with Knupp’s premise that DevOps, Agile and other technology trends are allowing (is forcing more accurate?