Portworx Aligns with AWS on Kubernetes

Portworx Aligns with AWS on Kubernetes

Portworx announced this week that is working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to enable deployment of stateful applications based on containers running on Kubernetes clusters hosted on the Amazon Elastic Container Service ...
AWS Fargate

AWS Fargate: What It Is, and Why It Matters

Late last year, Amazon Web Services (AWS) quietly launched Fargate, a new cloud-based container service. What does Fargate do, and is it right for your containers? Let’s take a look. To date, ...
AWS Shows Love for Containers and Kubernetes

AWS Shows Love for Containers and Kubernetes

Amazon Web Services, at the AWS re:invent 2017 conference, moved to make it much simpler to employ containers on its public cloud with the launch of AWS Fargate, a service that provides ...
Mirantis to Support Kubernetes on AWS

Mirantis to Support Kubernetes on AWS

Mirantis made a name for itself by providing a curated distribution of the open-source OpenStack cloud management framework that organizations could deploy themselves or have Mirantis manage on their behalf. The company ...
AWS Wants More Influence Over Container Standards

AWS Wants More Influence Over Container Standards

As the largest public cloud service in use, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is clearly home to more containers than just about anywhere else in IT. But AWS has always been a little ...
Microsoft Automates Container Deployments on Azure

Microsoft Automates Container Deployments on Azure

Microsoft this week moved to make it much easier to spin up instances of containers on a Microsoft Azure Cloud and be billed for on a per-second basis. Corey Sanders, director of ...
Weaveworks Monitors Multiple Container Platforms

Weaveworks Monitors Multiple Container Platforms

As microservices adoption increases and the technology matures, Weaveworks is betting that most IT organizations will need to support container applications running on two or more container platforms. The latest release of ...
Who's Making Money from Containers? Docker, Red Hat, AWS and MSFT

Who’s Making Money from Containers? Docker, Red Hat, AWS and MSFT

Who’s making money off of Docker containers? That’s a question you’ll be hearing more and more as containers enter production environments. To help answer it, we prepared a roundup of the companies ...
Mirantis Acquires TCP Cloud to Advance Kubernetes Ambitions

Mirantis Acquires TCP Cloud to Advance Kubernetes Ambitions

Moving to accelerate the rate at which the OpenStack cloud platform can be hosted on the Kubernetes container orchestration platform, Mirantis today announced it has acquired TCP Cloud. Based in Prague, TCP ...
AWS Sees Rapid Microservices Architecture Evolution

AWS Sees Rapid Microservices Architecture Evolution

Amazon Web Services (AWS) believes IT infrastructure management is evolving too rapidly for the average IT organization to keep pace. Starting with the deployment of containers in a production environment, Werner Vogels, AWS ...