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 ...
Cloud Native Virtualization

Red Hat Makes Case for Cloud Native Virtualization

Red Hat is taking an effort to encapsulate virtual machines with containers to the next level by making available a developer preview that provides access to an implementation of the open source ...
Containers Forcing IT Platform Decisions

Survey Finds Containers Forcing IT Platform Decisions

A survey published today by Diamanti, a provider of bare-metal servers optimized for containers, finds that nearly half (47 percent) of IT leaders surveyed said they plan to deploy containers in a ...
Pragmatic Guide to Container Security

A Pragmatic Guide to Container Security

Developers have long been chasing the dream of being able to write an application once and having it run anywhere. Despite valiant attempts over the years, we’ve never quite succeeded. But over ...
New Relic Provides Kubernetes Support in Beta

New Relic Provides Kubernetes Support in Beta

New Relic announced this week that it is extending its monitoring capabilities to include the ability to peer inside Kubernetes clusters. Ramon Guiu, director of product management at New Relic, says the ...
Docker Kill Virtual Machines

Will Docker Ever Totally Kill Virtual Machines?

Docker containers are everywhere. Kubernetes is a household word (in geek households, at least). Yet the question remains: Will containers ever totally displace virtual machines? That’s a question worth asking as Docker’s ...
VMware Advances Container Case

VMware Advances Container Case

VMware has advanced its campaign to make containers an extension of its virtual machine environment by making it simpler to deploy VMware Integrated Controllers (VIC). VIC enables IT organizations to deploy Docker ...
OpenStack Foundation Launches Kata Container Project

OpenStack Foundation Launches Kata Container Project

The OpenStack Foundation announced this week that it is leading an effort to combine two existing open source projects to create a Kata class of containers that can be deployed on a ...
Attention, Enterprises: Only You Can Secure Your Containers

Attention, Enterprises: Only You Can Secure Your Containers

The open-source world is quickly taking large strides into containerization, specifically consolidating its efforts behind solutions such as Kubernetes. Containers increasingly are becoming attractive options for running applications, thanks in large part ...
Using CI/CD Over Containerization to Drive Down Pre-Production Costs

Using CI/CD Over Containerization to Drive Down Pre-Production Costs

Let’s look at traditional, linear application development process. It follows a sequential methodology, which means the bugs that are present in the current build will have to wait for the next build ...
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