Topic: containers

Docker aims to ease the migration path for legacy Windows Server 2008 apps

Docker is launching a new service in Docker Enterprise 2.1 to make it easier to migrate legacy Windows Server 2008 applications. The end-of-support deadline for Windows Server 2008 is January 14, 2020, after which point security updates will no longer be released regularly. According to Docker, companies that do not migrate their legacy applications and … continue reading

Puppet prepares for new era of DevOps at Puppetize Live

Delivery and operation automation company Puppet announced a series of DevOps, continuous delivery and continuous integration product launches and updates during its Puppetize Live conference in San Francisco today. CEO Sanjay Mirchandani said in the announcement that the announced tools are designed to “make DevOps transformations data-driven and automatic.” Puppet Insights The company highlighted the … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Understanding the meaning of cloud-native applications and development

The term ‘cloud native’ is responsible for significant confusion in conversations about contemporary application development because of a lack of clarity about its meaning. For example, contemporary usage of the term often equates it with applications that are optimized for cloud computing infrastructures.  Another use of the term equate it with cloud-based applications that are … continue reading

APM for today’s new architectures

The role of APM has traditionally been to flag issues in code that affect performance. To resolve those issues, it has been necessary to understand all the spaghetti code of a monolithic application – written by multiple developers who often do not have an overarching view of the entire application – and then deconstruct that … continue reading

Google’s serverless platform Cloud Functions is now available

Google is giving development teams the ability to build apps without worrying about managing servers with new serverless features announced at its Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco this week. The company announced the general availability of Cloud Functions, new App Engine runtimes and the integration of Cloud Firestore with GCP services. “Every business … continue reading

Google releases Jib for containerizing Java applications

Google is introducing a new open-source project for Java developers. Jib is an Java containerizer designed to help Java developers build containers using the tools they already know. The company explained while containers can make developing Java workflows easier, Java developers are often not container experts, which can make the process of containerizing their apps … continue reading

Pulumi emerges from stealth with cloud development platform

Pulumi Corporation is giving developers and DevOps teams a new way to get their code to the cloud. The company emerged from stealth mode today with an open-source cloud development platform for cloud-native apps using containers, serverless functions, APIs and infrastructure. “All developers are now cloud developers. The cloud delivers enormous capabilities; however, creating modern … continue reading

Docker gives look at tools for container development, management at DockerCon

Docker today unveiled new tools and functionality to enable a wider range of developers to create containerized applications, and for IT to manage applications across clouds and platforms. The announcements were made at the company’s 5th DockerCon conference, held this year in San Francisco. For developers, Docker announced Docker Desktop GUI, template-based workflows designed to … continue reading

Red Hat Summit reveals new cloud and microservice partnerships

Several new partnerships were announced this week at the annual Red Hat Summit in San Francisco designed to accelerate enterprise adoption of microservices, cloud and containers.    IBM and Red Hat announced a major expansion to their existing relationship designed to accelerate hybrid cloud adoption. This new partnership that will enable IBM and Red Hat … continue reading

LogiGear’s TestArchitect extends automated testing on Docker Image

LogiGear has announced the release of TestArchitect on the Docker Image. It will offer seamless integration with Docker, enable unlimited tests, and bring down execution costs. “Developers use Docker to eliminate ‘works only on my machine’ problems when collaborating on code with co-workers. Operators use Docker to run and manage apps side-by-side in isolated containers … continue reading

SUSE Ready certification for SUSE CaaS Platform now available for partners’ containerized applications

SUSE today introduced SUSE Ready certification for SUSE CaaS Platform, expanding its respected application-certification program for independent software vendors (ISVs). ISVs building containers that use the open source docker container format can now certify their containerized application on SUSE CaaS Platform, an enterprise-class container management solution that enables IT and DevOps professionals to more easily deploy, manage … continue reading

Docker founder Solomon Hykes bids adieu to company

Solomon Hykes is saying goodbye to the company he built over a decade ago. Ten years ago, Hykes quit his job to pursue Dotcloud (which would later become known as Docker), a company focused on container technology. Since then, Docker has attained more than $1 billion in market valuation. “As a founder, of course, I … continue reading

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