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Guest post originally published on the Msys Technologies blog by Ashish Sharma Prologue In the era of digital transformation, the 5G network is a leap forward. But frankly, the tall promises of the 5G network are cornering the edge computing technology to democratize data at a granular level. To add to the vows, 5G also …

The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, announced it will host seven projects from Call for Code for Racial Justice, an initiative driven by IBM and Creator David Clark Cause to urge the global developer ecosystem and open source community to contribute to solutions that can help confront racial inequalities. …

Guest post originally published on Rookout’s blog by Josh Hendrick, Senior Solutions Engineer at Rookout As organizations place focus on innovation and digital transformation across enterprise IT, we continue to see increased adoption of containers and microservice application development patterns. Containers have brought developers new levels of flexibility and portability, but oftentimes still leave developers …

In the context of microservices, one of the problems that we often encounter is the need to guarantee data consistency, updated in parallel by different actors.  In this case, the Saga architectural pattern is becoming popular: let’s find out how it works and which problems it solves.   Data Consistency: what is it and which problems …

Volcano is a Kubernetes native batch scheduling system. This open-source project is optimized for compute-intensive workloads, and is especially useful in sectors such as AI, big data, genomics, and rendering. Mainstream computing frameworks in these sectors can easily connect to Volcano to integrate high-performance job scheduling, heterogeneous chip management, and job management. Why do you …

Cross-post from Chris Aniszczyk‘s personal blog I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday break as the first couple weeks of January 2021 have been pretty wild, from insurrections to new COVID strains. In cloud native land, the CNCF recently released its annual report on all the work we accomplished last year. I recommend everyone take an opportunity …

Guest post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Frederick Fernando Let’s talk about Kubernetes security As Kubernetes continues to grow in adoption, it is important for us to know how to secure it. In a dynamic infrastructure platform such as Kubernetes, detecting and addressing threats is important but also challenging at the same time. Falco, …

Numerous reports have consistently shown that enterprises today embrace hybrid and multicloud as their preferred modes of IT infrastructure deployment. According to a survey done by IDG, more than half (55%) of organizations currently use multiple public clouds, with 21% saying they use three or more. As developers are becoming acclimated to building and shipping …

We have all heard the term “digital transformation,” and we often ask ourselves why many companies struggle to define it? What companies see, more often than not, is an agile transformation spurring a DevOps transformation (or some sort of technology transformation), which in turn spurs a digital transformation (DT). The DT becomes the all-encompassing term …

New Relic, Inc., a leader in observability, announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Pixie Labs, a next generation machine intelligence observability solution for developers using Kubernetes. Pixie dramatically simplifies the process of troubleshooting and live debugging applications in Kubernetes environments by providing instant access to telemetry data without the need to manually …