Maish Saidel-Keesing makes the case for the end of Docker, focusing on the loss of the container orchestration market, competitive runtimes, and a less engaged community. It’s an interesting read and shows how quickly the industry narrative around a company can change.
Maish Saidel Keesing of Technodrone comments: We all started off as babies, and I am sure that not many of you remember that one of the first toys you played with (and if you do not remember – then I am sure those of you with kids have probably done the same with your children) […]
Maish Saidel-Keesing of Technodrone comments: The analogy was a very simple one, but very much to the point, and I feel that it was a great way on how we should be looking at security in the cloud. M&M’s are the one thing that me kids always ask me to bring back for them when […]
Maish Saidel-Keesing of Technodrone comments: Over the last year, as enterprise awareness of the cloud has increased, more and more enterprises outsource their workload deployments to the cloud, in most cases to a single cloud provider or vendor. But the market is rapidly changing with more and more options becoming available from a variety of […]
Maish Saidel-Keesing of Technodrone comments: I was just watching a discussion on DevOps, Automation and Continuous integration and heard the following, “Chef is a tool for doing infrastructure automation – config management, application deployment – all of that stuff” (Adam Jacob – CPO, Opscode) Two things that I would like discuss regarding that quote. Read […]