VCE, the biggest name in converged infrastructure, has announced a major expansion of its portfolio. CTO Nigel Moulton explains the workings of what is described as the ‘next era’ in converged infrastructure.
Maven Central is now home to Spring Cloud 1.0.0: a toolkit that allows developers to build some of the common patterns in distributed systems. We take a look at the new specs and what the community has contributed to the project.
Google has released as open source a framework for HTTP/2 called gRPC, which handles remote procedure calls (RPC) between servers and clients, such as browsers or mobile apps. The gRPC framework powers most of Google’s services today.
Your data, whether big or small, needs a home: but with more choice in DBMS engines than ever before, it’s important to consider their strengths and weaknesses.
Mirantis and Google have announced a collaboration to develop a Kubernetes integration with OpenStack, ensuring that Docker and OpenStack will be able to play nice.
Google have recently announced a new service for the secure hosting, sharing and management of private container repositories. This will now allow images to be stored on the same account you’re using to stage projects.
What hot tech trends will take centre stage in 2015? From the most in demand skills to expected new growth, we take a look at the IT predictions for the coming year that have many IT experts hot under the collar.
Eclipse evangelist Benjamin Cabé shows us five things every developer needs to know about how the Internet of Things works.
At the EclipseCon Europe 2014, head of Eclipse Mike Milinkovich told JAX Editors Diana Kupfer and Hartmut Schlosser about the new Eclipse Cloud Initiative.
450 Docker fanatics gathered in Amsterdam to hear about Docker’s new orchestration features and enterprise offering.
After his opening keynote at the European Docker conference, CEO Ben Golub talked to JAXenter about Docker’s new enterprise solution and the news of competition from CoreOS.
Why a new cloud-based development tool called Terminal is about to change how we develop, teach, QA and collaborate.