SUSE CaaS (Container as a Service) platform makes apps easy to run

SUSE today launched SUSE CaaS (Container as a Service) Platform, a development and hosting platform for container-based applications and services. The solution is a valuable new piece of SUSE’s growing software-defined infrastructure portfolio, which integrates open source technology to drive next-generation innovations that matter to customers. SUSE CaaS Platform lets IT operations and developers provision, manage … continue reading

The Python programming language grows in popularity

The Python programming language has come a long way since it was first released in 1991. Today, it is quickly becoming a first-class enterprise language used in production. “Python has been extensively used in the industry for anything from building Raspberry Pi applications to configuration servers and using a scripting language for large scale applications,” … continue reading

MapR unveils cloud-scale data fabric MapR-XD

As part of its rebranding effort to become a platform company, MapR is extending its Converged Data Platform to create a cloud-scale data store to manage files, objects and containers. The MapR-XD supports any data type from the edge to the data center and multiple cloud environments. “What we are hearing from our customers is … continue reading

CoreOS Fest: Container analyzer Clair 2.0 released

CoreOS wants to make container contents more visible and verifiable with the latest release of its open-source vulnerability static analysis solution for containers. The company announced Clair 2.0 at its CoreOS Fest conference this week. Clair was first released in November 2015 to help developers understand what was going on inside their container images. It … continue reading

Kubernetes and Oracle

CoreOS Fest: Oracle invests deeper in Kubernetes

Oracle announced plans to invest heavily in the Kubernetes ecosystem today at CoreOS Fest. As part of its investment, the company will dedicate engineering resources to the container orchestration project in order to improve critical enterprise requirements such as scale, security and operations. “Kubernetes is one of the premier orchestration platforms for deploying distributed systems, … continue reading

CoreOS Fest: Microsoft introduces Draft for app development on Kubernetes

Microsoft made its first Deis announcement today at CoreOS Fest. The company announced Draft, a new open-source development tool for cloud-native applications that run on Kubernetes. This is the first release since the company acquired the Kubernetes company Deis back in April.  According to the company, Draft was developed to address the complexity and constraints … continue reading

Container

CoreOS Fest: Hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure are driving container adoption

Enterprises looking to increase efficiency in their hybrid cloud deployments are turning to containers for competitive advantage. A newly published report conducted by CoreOS and 451 Research revealed containers promote developer productivity with speed and portability in hybrid-cloud environments. “As more enterprises rush to the cloud, they’re beginning to understand its limitations. It’s currently almost … continue reading

Chef

Chef extends automation solutions with capabilities for cloud-native, container-first architectures

Chef is showing off its investment in continuous automation throughout the enterprise at this year’s ChefConf 2017. The company announced several new capabilities and updates to its automation platforms, which will allow enterprises to make the transition to cloud-native and container-first environments. The changing software architecture landscape leads companies to consider adopting cloud-native environments or … continue reading

Top 10 considerations when planning Docker-based microservices

Replacing monolithic apps — or building greenfield ones — with microservices is a growing consideration for development teams that want to increase their agility, iterate faster and move at the speed of the market. By providing greater autonomy amongst different teams, allowing them to work in parallel accomplishing more in less time, microservices offer code … continue reading

SignalFx release features new alerting capabilities for cloud operations teams

Being able to catch issues in advance becomes important when switching to a modern architecture like containers or microservices, but without the right alerting or monitoring features, traditional architecture companies are unable to effectively identify trends in their data. With SignalFx’s new set of capabilities around alerting, the company gives these companies sophisticated analytics so … continue reading

OpenAI’s Roboschool, SmartBear ServiceV Pro 2.0, VMware acquires Apteligent — SD Times news digest: May 16, 2017

OpenAI is opening up a new school for robots. The artificial intelligence research company announced the open-source software Roboschool. Roboschool is integrated with OpenAI Gym, and provides an environment for robot simulation. Through OpenAI, Roboschool provides 12 different environments for controlling robots, and it provides a way to train multiple agent at once in one … continue reading

OpenStack Summit: Private cloud, infrastructure is changing

The benefits of OpenStack, a free and open software platform for deploying IaaS, were on full display at this year’s OpenStack Summit in Boston. In addition to the many vendor announcements, there was one common theme, and that is infrastructure software is evolving. Part of this evolution is that companies are now using parts of … continue reading

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