PipelineAI Leverages Docker to Simplify AI Model Development

PipelineAI is taking advantage of the community edition of Docker to help organizations develop artificial intelligence (AI) applications faster at less cost. Company CEO Chris Fregly says PipelineAI Community Edition is free, public-hosted edition of the PipelineAI Enterprise Edition, with which developers can employ Apache Kafka streaming software to drive

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Adoption of Containers Reaches Tipping Point

A survey of 5,000 application developers conducted by DigitalOcean, a provider of cloud services, finds that about half of them—49 percent—are now using containers. The top five benefits cited for using containers are scalability (39 percent), simplified testing (24 percent), faster testing (23 percent) and avoidance of vendor lock-in (10

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Pure Storage Automates Container Storage Provisioning

Pure Storage this week announced the general availability of its Pure Service Orchestrator tool, which automates the provisioning of storage for containerized applications. Sandeep Singh, senior director for solutions marketing at Pure Storage, says the ephemeral nature of containers that are frequently replaced within the context of a microservice requires

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Making the Case for Kata Containers

The debate over whether containers and hypervisors complement each other or eliminate the need for the latter remains contentious. Most containers today are deployed on top of hypervisors largely because of a lack of container tooling and concerns about being able to isolate application workloads running inside containers. Attempting to

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SUSE Bolsters Kubernetes-based CaaS Environment

SUSE has added a range of management capabilities to its container-as-a-service (CaaS) offering based on Kubernetes that makes it easier for IT operations teams to manage containerized applications at scale. Andreas Jaeger, product manager at SUSE, says SUSE CaaS Platform 3 adds a multi-master capability that makes the platform more

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Linux Foundation Shifts Network Infrastructure to Kubernetes

The Linux Networking Fund (LNF) is making significant progress toward embracing Kubernetes as a platform for delivering a range of networking services that are expected to be widely embraced by telecommunications carriers and cloud service providers (CSP). Arpit Joshipura, general manager of networking an orchestration for The Linux Foundation, says

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IBM Extends Kubernetes Across Cloud Availability Zones

IBM is continuing to embrace Kubernetes as a core cloud service by making the container orchestration platform available across multiple availability zones. That extension is part of an expansion of the IBM Cloud service into 18 additional availability zones across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Jason McGee, vice president

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