This week on the Rundown, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss Mirantis acquiring Docker Enterprise, Intel’s openAPI programming model, why the US Supreme Court will debate Java, and how Google broke Chrome for Citrix users.
Rich Stroffolino discusses why we’re seeing a rise in semi-custom silicon approaches. General-purpose computing has been the rule for decades, but the slowing performance and efficiency gains on x86 have pushed chip makers to finding different paths to optimizing performance. Rich digs into it in this video.
Public cloud providers and enterprise IT vendors alike position Kubernetes as the control plane for cloud-native applications. They promise an application environment that will run on any public or private cloud, reducing cloud lock-in and enabling hybrid and multi-cloud designs.
I recently had the pleasure of participating in the Cloud Roundtable discussion hosted during Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld 2019. This discussion included several of my fellow Tech Field Day delegates along with notable representatives from Dell Technologies, VMware, and Intel. What was the purpose of our discussion? To settle the debate around cloud architecture, governance, and multi-cloud, once and for all! While we may not have achieved this goal in the course of one hour, our conversation touched on many important points that are worth consideration.
At VMworld, I had the honor and privilege to participate in a roundtable discussion with some fellow visionaries of Cloud Architecture and we discussed the past, present, and future of Cloud Architecture and Infrastructure as we know it. This conversation highlighted a bright future for cloud, multi-cloud, security, and containers.
Ownership of application and cloud architecture is constantly shifting and is becoming a shared responsibility of business, operations, developers, architects, and security. If you don’t guide the process of cloud consumption within your organization, you’ll end up with a disjointed multi-cloud. In other words: many different disconnected islands, each with incomplete, badly implemented, unaudited security and compliance standards.
This week on the Rundown, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss the relevant news out of Computex, how future HTML standards are changing, and Huawei getting the boot from a few standards bodies.
Your IT News for the Week of April 22, 2019 Podcast: The Cloud Is Going To Disappear This time around, the roundtable discusses the premise that no one really wants the cloud, they want what it does. As a result, will the cloud fully disappear, or have cloud providers created sufficient value-add services to solve […]
Your IT News for the Week of April 15, 2019 Who Do You Trust In Your Community? Who Do You Trust In Your Community? As a co-founder of Packet Pushers, Ethan Banks has more than a little experience building community. In this Ignite Talk, he discusses how to actively work to convert followers into an […]
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