Portshift

Portshift Moves to Secure Microservices

Portshift this week added a Policy Advisor control interface that enables organizations to identify the most efficient and secure connections that can be made between microservices based on containers. Zohar Kaufman, vice ...
New Relic

Microservices, Containers and Kubernetes: Which Applications Benefit?

Application design always presents developers with a series of trade-offs. No approach is perfect for every deployment. While the market is abuzz about microservices, containers and Kubernetes—for many good reasons—instances arise when ...
Beware the Captive Kubernetes

Beware the Captive Kubernetes

It’s common knowledge that the Kubernetes container orchestration framework is revolutionizing the data center. In many ways, the container revolution represented by Kubernetes is comparable in impact to that caused by the ...
9 Pillars of Containers Best Practices

9 Pillars of Containers Best Practices

While it is true you can easily “containerize” nearly any software quite quickly, this alone will not realize the benefits of an effective container deployment. Those who are serious about containers will ...
Container Security Gaps Priority

Report: Container Security Gaps Should Be Priority

A report published by container security platform provider Twistlock suggests that the biggest issue with container security has more do with the code in the containers rather than the container itself. Based ...
Serverless and Containers Decision

Serverless and Containers: Not an Either/Or Decision

Containers and serverless computing are revolutionizing how cloud apps are built, and both are quickly moving into developers’ toolboxes. This has led to the hotly debated question: Which is better to use ...
Workloads to Containerize

Deciding Which – and How Many – Workloads to Containerize

No matter how popular containers become, the reality is that they are going to coexist with virtual machines and bare-metal servers at most organizations. They won’t totally replace older forms of infrastructure ...
Optimizing Application Performance Microservices

Optimizing Application Performance Using Microservices and Containers

Microservices and containers can help you to build and deploy applications faster. But do these technologies actually make your applications run faster? That depends on how you leverage them. One of the ...
Chef Extends Alliance with AWS to Containers

Chef Extends Alliance with AWS to Containers

Amazon Web Services (AWS) makes available a managed instance of the IT automation framework from Chef to simplify DevOps management. Now the two companies have now extended that alliance to include integration ...
3 Benefits of Using Amazon ECS to Containerize Your Enterprise Apps

3 Benefits of Using Amazon ECS to Containerize Your Enterprise Apps

I have been managing web apps for about 10 years. I realized a while ago that if I’m going to sleep and not spend evenings and weekends fighting fires, then three things ...
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