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The Tanzu RabbitMQ team is excited to announce the general availability of VMware Tanzu RabbitMQ 1.2. This version contains RabbitMQ 3.9, a milestone core broker release that introduces Streams, a new data structure allowing for replay and higher throughput. In addition to Streams, Tanzu RabbitMQ 1.2 has some exciting new capabilities and improvements: Warm standby replication …

Guest post originally published on Snapt’s blog by Iwan Price-Evans In this data-driven world, we capture data for just about everything in our software and hardware. User data, user behaviors, events, data flows, and the inner workings of our servers, virtual machines (VMs), and containers are all recorded. Applications expose ever more data to DevOps and IT …

Kubernetes management can be daunting for developers who don’t have specialized understanding of the orchestration technology. Learning Kubernetes takes practice and time, a precious commodity for devs who are under pressure to deliver new applications. This post provides direction on what you need to know and what you can skip to take advantage of Kubernetes. Let’s start with …

Editor’s note: Over the past several weeks, we’ve posted a series of blog posts focusing on best practices for writing Google Cloud Functions based on common questions or misconceptions as seen by the Support team.  We refer to these as “anti-patterns” and offer you ways to avoid them.  This article is the fifth post in …

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Cloud Storage is a common choice for Vertex AI and AI Platform users to store their training data, models, checkpoints and logs. Now, with Cloud Storage FUSE, training jobs on both platforms can access their data on Cloud Storage as files in the local file system. This post introduces the Cloud Storage FUSE for Vertex …

Guest post originally published on SparkFabrik’s blog by SparkFabrik Team Kubernetes, the open-source container orchestration solution, is gaining an increasing amount of popularity – (recent data in fact shows that, in the AWS cloud, it is used by one in three companies. But what are the real benefits of adopting this technology? Typically, 5 key benefits can be identified: reduced application development and …

According to Evans Data Corporation Data’s Global Developer Population and Demographic Study, there are 26.9 million software developers worldwide, a number that is expected to grow to 27.7 million in 2023 and 28.7 million in 2024. The USA is taking the leading position by the number of software developers reached 4,3 million. According to Statista, in 2019 the number of software …

Kubernetes is a leader in container orchestration. According to Statista, as much as 46% of respondents in a recent survey stated that they used Kubernetes for automating computer application deployments, management, and scaling. However, there are some security issues that we need to address during the container lifecycle phase. This means that you should take steps …

At the core of a zero trust approach to security is the idea that trust needs to be established via multiple mechanisms and continuously verified. Internally, Google has applied this thinking to the end-to-end process of running production systems and protecting workloads on cloud-native infrastructure, an approach we call BeyondProd. Establishing and verifying trust in such a system …

VMware Tanzu Community Edition is a freely available, community-supported, open source distribution of VMware Tanzu that was announced at DevOps Loop 2021. Off the bat, Tanzu Community Edition intends to funnel all the capabilities of Tanzu to provide users the ability to create and support the lifecycle of modern applications across multiple cloud and infrastructure providers. The …