Is cloud computing getting “Edged” out? Edge computing is becoming a viable reality since the cost of IoT hardware and sensors is dropping and devices continue to get smarter (and smaller). With new connectivity technologies such as 5G on their way, edge architectures will lay the foundation for a faster, more efficient Internet of Things.
Gloo is an Envoy-powered API Gateway for use with Kubernetes that can connect, secure, and control traffic from a variety of application services. Gloo’s architecture is very flexible; it can support hybrid applications with multiple technologies, clouds, architectures, and protocols. Recently, Gloo hit its 1.0 milestone and is ready to be used in production.
The Java Framework Quarkus is making Java ready for the Cloud-native Age with Kubernetes and Serverless. With Quarkus 1.0.0, the first major version has been released. Although it does not contain any major changes, it represents an important milestone for the open source project.
IoT has been growing exponentially over the past couple of years. But the problem with this growth is that IoT devices generate a colossal amount of data. This is where cloud computing comes in to provide storage space.
Did you know that 86% of enterprises have more than a quarter of their IT infrastructure running in cloud environments? Read some of the takeaways that IT leaders revealed in the report ‘Adapt or Perish: The OpsRAmp Report on Modern IT Operations in the Digital Age’. Find out what top talent is looking for and what hurdles companies are facing when it comes to IT modernization.
New Eclipse Working Group: Cloud Development Tools – “The time has come for the IDE to move into the browser”
Everything is in the cloud – really everything? Typically, our traditional developer IDEs aren’t. But there is already a new generation of cloud-based tools waiting to get their big show on. The Eclipse Foundation has formed a new working group for these new tools. Mike Milinkovich explains why.
Sumo Logic’s annual report reveals some observations and insights about modern applications and DevSecOps in the cloud. Multi-cloud solutions, Kubernetes, AWS, and open source software are all having a banner year according to data from Sumo Logic’s customers. See the key findings, including the top five AWS services and database technologies.
The open source solutions Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry are two of the most popular cloud platforms. People often compare them when making a decision to use one of the two options. This article describes the strengths and usage scenarios of the two platforms and shows that it does not have to be an ‘either-or’ situation.
Migrating to the cloud isn’t the easiest task however, you can limit its complexity. Smooth out the plan for migrating big data to the cloud with a step by step plan. Learn the correct questions to ask yourself before migrating big data workloads to Azure HDInsights in order to ensure a perfect, error-free migration.
In the column “Stropek as a Service”, SaaS expert Rainer Stropek talks about exciting aspects of the implementation, monetization and use of software as a service offerings. This column focuses on how cloud computing could actually help reduce global warming.
At a high level, Cloud-Native architecture implies adapting to the many new possibilities empowering innovation that paves the way for digital transformation. How did Cloud-Native approaches come to be? Time to take a tour of Cloud-Native DevOps, where it came from, where it is now, and what positives it brings to its users.
IT experts who use DevOps in the cloud at times make mistakes which they simply could avert. The issue is that the best measures are not yet well comprehended. In this article, Liza Kosh unpacks some practices to abide when applying or functioning DevOps in the cloud.
If you are looking for helpful advice on database migration to cloud, you are in luck! In this article, Ken Rugg outlines considerations for migrating databases to the cloud, along with tips for identifying good and bad migration candidates.
In the column “Stropek as a Service”, SaaS expert Rainer Stropek talks about exciting aspects of the implementation, monetization and use of software as a service offerings.