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Deploying Microservices News
October 09, 2017
Build automation presents a steep learning curve for enterprise DevOps shops, but Chef Habitat Builder is based on accessible scripting tools and offered as SaaS.
September 20, 2017
As CI/CD pipelines go mainstream in the DevOps boat, Puppet shops will have a new option from a familiar vendor.
June 12, 2017
Multiple efforts are afoot in Kubernetes open source projects to make the container orchestration platform more user-friendly.
May 18, 2017
IT shops cling to the devil they know, but one organization proved that legacy app modernization onto containers and public cloud eased the burden of operations support.
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Container Linux by CoreOS, originally named CoreOS Linux, is an open source operating system (OS) that provides the functionality required to deploy and manage applications within containers. Continue Reading
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Development and operations teams need to work together on container images going to production and be alert when security vulnerabilities appear. Continue Reading
Applications that are built on serverless computing and run on microservices change the way IT uses cloud. And AWS Lambda plays a key role in the shift. Continue Reading
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The decision to proceed with container deployment should be based on a clear understanding of what exactly containers can enable and what ramifications they will have on an IT infrastructure. With containerization technology coming more into the ... Continue Reading
Containers and microservices bring flexibility and speed to development environments -- but they can also be a headache for IT operations teams. Continue Reading
Microservices offer better scalability and agility, but there's a flip side. Operations teams must be ready for the management issues that follow. Continue Reading