The Docker team announced the updated version of the Docker Hub that now includes Docker Store and Docker Cloud, offering a unified platform for finding, storing and sharing container images. Let’s have a closer look.
What is the next evolutionary step for data analysis? In this article, Piet Loubser argues that containerization and embedded AI to make data pipelines more intelligent represent the future.
Containers are the foundation for much of modern computing, but they also obscure where problems initially develop. In this article, Mark Herring explains why capturing important metrics becomes difficult in a container-based infrastructure, why managing metrics storage needs to be done properly, and how new data platforms fulfill the needs of the modern web.
2019 is just around the corner so we’d like to find out which technologies will dominate next year, which technologies will fall behind and what’s going to stay static. We received over 350 votes so we humbly thank you for your participation.
Technology moves at the speed of light; as new innovations become popular, others fall out of favor. Has the rise of serverless technology sounded the death knell for containers? Darren Royle explains why containers may not only survive this existential challenge but thrive.
December is almost upon us so this is a good time to take a step back and look at some of the most trending technologies we saw in 2018, talk a bit about their status and what questions are raised about their prospects. Voting ends on Thursday!
“The acquisitions by established enterprise technology vendors signal the value of containerization in enterprise IT strategies”
Following IBM’s proposed acquisition of Red Hat, it’s clear that other companies are reacting and looking for acquisition strategies to assemble a container platform capable of managing containerized applications across multi-cloud environments. We talked to Neil Charney, Chief Marketing Officer at Docker about the impact of the acquisitions on Docker and the entire enterprise container platform market.
Computing solutions like serverless and containers have become all the rage. In this article, Kayla Matthews explains the differences between serverless and containers and how each one has differing implications for data science applications.
Welcome to the incubation club. Harbor is the first CNCF incubating project that got its start in China! What can you do with the cloud native registry? Harbor works alongside with Kubernetes and Helm to manage your container images securely.
The search for the golden fleece (re: an open source container-native workflow engine for Kubernetes) is over! Introducing Argo, a relative newcomer to the field with a whole host of exciting features, including Docker-in-Docker solutions, continuous delivery, and more.
Halloween might be behind us, but here at JAXenter, we still have the spooky atmosphere going! Here are four DevOps stories from hell, guaranteed to give you the chills! And if after reading this post you feel like you may have one or two things to say about it, don’t worry! JAX DevOps 2019 is calling!
It is the era of multi-platform cloud computing. But what is “multi-platform”? In this article, Chip Childers, CTO of Cloud Foundry Foundation, gives us a tour of what’s included in this new era and explains why most companies will be, or are already, adopting a multi-platform strategy.
In this talk, Kumbirai Tanekha offers some tips and tricks about the best practices for securing containerized applications and how to secure these applications across the DevOps pipeline.
Got any interesting ideas about continuous delivery, microservices, containers or the cloud? We want to hear from you! We are looking for proposals for JAX DevOps 2019 in London. The Call for Papers is open and we want to see you on the panel of speakers. The deadline for pitch submissions is November 12th; what are you waiting for?