Topic: centurylink

Agile 2016 conference asks: What does agile mean today?

Agile has been around for more than a decade, but is the agile of yesterday still relevant for the agile of today or tomorrow? It is a question industry thought leaders explored at the recent Agile 2016 conference in Atlanta. Jim Newkirk, vice president of cloud development at CenturyLink and the moderator of the Agile … continue reading

Runner provides hybrid cloud management

CenturyLink today announced the availability of Runner, a hybrid cloud IT-management platform. Runner puts management and provisioning tools based on Ansible in the hands of IT organizations, and can be used with both internal clouds and public ones. Runner is built around Ansible, the provisioning software purchased by Red Hat last fall. Using Ansible with … continue reading

Cloud Foundry unites worldwide

Sam Ramji has been doing a lot of research into how enterprises can collaboratively work together on a piece of software. As the CEO of the non-profit Cloud Foundry Foundation, the results of that research have yielded the Cloud Foundry Certified program, which is being launched today. Cloud Foundry Certification is focused on keeping the … continue reading

DevOps Summit highlights people, budget problems

For some, the term DevOps is already old hat. The word encompasses many ideals that have been espoused in software development for years, coupled with new ones. Configuring infrastructure as code, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, self-serve architecture: All of these things have long been the draw of the DevOps movement. But at the DevOps Enterprise … continue reading

Companies to Watch in 2015

As technology platforms and paradigms shift, morph and ultimately change how we interact with our devices and workstations, gaps between old and new widen while innovative ideas have room to take root. To turn the light onto those emerging companies, SD Times is pleased to again present its Companies to Watch in 2015. These are … continue reading

Docker does deployment deconstruction

It’s only really been two years since Docker came onto the scene, but in that time, the technology has leapfrogged other methods of deployment to become the hottest new thing in software development. Companies like CoreOS, IBM, Red Hat and massive telecom CenturyLink have all jumped on board the Docker bandwagon. CoreOS, for example, acquired … continue reading

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