Microservices and Containers: The View from Above

Microservices and Containers: The View from Above

Microservices provide a powerful way to build applications that are more flexible, resilient and potentially secure. Many IT teams are also now discovering, however, that unless managed and governed effectively, microservices can ...
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The Path to Cloud-Native Applications

The Path to Cloud-Native Applications

A cloud-native application is an application built to take advantage of cloud computing models to increase speed, flexibility, and quality, while reducing deployment risks. Despite its name, a cloud-native approach is not ...
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Faster Innovation with DevOps and Red Hat OpenShift

Faster Innovation with DevOps and Red Hat OpenShift

Immediate access to information across multiple channels has resulted in an era of fast-paced, user-driven demand and the need for greater speed in delivering products and services. In tandem with this is ...
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Teaching an Elephant to Dance

Teaching an Elephant to Dance

Applications have moved outside the IT department. There’s a truism that all companies are now software companies, and the ability to rapidly provide new services and new functionality to customers is one ...
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Building Modern Apps with Linux Containers

Building Modern Apps with Linux Containers

The days of monolithic application development are over. And while “digital transformation” may sound like a fancy buzzword that ranks alongside blockchain, agile, and cloud, it’s not all hype. With transformation comes ...
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Proactive Security Paradigm

Proactive Security Paradigm

How Containers Can Revamp Your Approach to Security Ask most DevOps engineers about the benefits of containers and microservices, and their responses will center on the agility, modularity and scalability that microservices-based ...
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