Topic: mesos

DockerCon hosts myriad management solutions

DockerCon ended in Seattle after three days of nearly nonstop container-related announcements. At the core of the show was the Docker 1.12 release, bringing with it better cross-container orchestration and management. Yet while Docker was announcing its own plans for the future, IBM, Microsoft and others were discussing their own ideas for Linux containers. Solomon … continue reading

Platform9 introduces Kubernetes support

At Dockercon today, many container-management and control solutions were demonstrated. Platform9 was one of those companies demonstrating at the show, and today it introduced Kubernetes to its managed OpenStack offering. Founded in 2013 by ex-VMware engineers, Platform9 is a combined hardware and SaaS company. While Platform9 hosts OpenStack for its customers in an external cloud, … continue reading

Mesosphere releases HA load balancer, Minuteman

Mesosphere, the company behind the Apache Mesos Project, released its Datacenter Operating System earlier this week. The Mesosphere DC/OS is capable of quickly installing distributed applications like Cassandra and Kafka, but thanks to the new high-availability load balancer known as Minuteman, those applications can have their network traffic routed and managed quickly and easily. This … continue reading

Mozilla announces Firefox OS and connected devices decisions, the latest Apache Mesos release, and GitHub addresses January incident—SD Times digest: Feb. 4, 2016

After the December announcement made by Mozilla’s senior vice president of connected devices, Ari Jaaksi, Mozilla shared its decisions about Firefox OS, with changes to Marketplace, foxfooding, and the product innovation process. Mozilla will be focusing on exploring new product innovations in Internet of Things, according to an e-mail that was shared to the Firefox … continue reading

Microsoft covers containers, IoT in newest product announcements

Microsoft announced several new products that cover containers, security and Internet of Things. Those products, announced at AzureCon, will be applicable to Microsoft’s Azure product line. “We live in a connected world, and the intelligent cloud is powering it all,” said Scott Guthrie, executive vice president of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise Division. “As data and … continue reading

Apache Foundation promotes Ignite

The Apache Foundation has promoted Apache Ignite to become a top-level project. This open-source effort to build an in-memory data fabric was primarily driven by GridGain Systems and WANdisco. Designed to process data in real time, Ignite stores information in memory and across multiple machines in a cluster. The software can be used for high-performance … continue reading

Docker and the ‘coolification’ of containers

His first presentation may have ended inauspiciously with the moderator cutting him off mid-sentence at the five-minute mark, but the developers sitting in Solomon Hykes’ 2013 PyCon session knew that the founder of Docker, an open-source application container engine, had unveiled a tool that would bring revolutionary simplicity to deployment. They began texting their respective … continue reading

Linux Foundation publishes open-source cloud guide

When the Linux Foundation first published its Guide to the Open Cloud in 2013, the pickings were slim and from a bygone era. Today, however, the Guide for 2015 is packed with information on the open-source projects that are quickly becoming part of the new model for cloud software stacks. The 2015 Guide states that … continue reading

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