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There’s a lot written about how the way developers structure their daily work can cause unproductivity. An example is when unnecessary meetings are scheduled across the day so nobody can get into deep focus mode. Today I want to look into the biggest killers in developer productivity: the way you configure and setup your DevOps …

Nowadays businesses witness great challenges. Previously, the software services in any organization were solely for back-office functions which were important for businesses. In those days, the main services offered by companies were physical. But now things have changed. Now more and more businesses have shifted to digitization, hence are delivering their basic services digitally to …

Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 offers greater security, portability, simplicity, and scale for data-intensive Kubernetes workloads. Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, announced the general availability of Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 to deliver an integrated, multicloud experience to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform users. This announcement builds …

Linux containers, in short, contain applications in a way that keep them isolated from the host system that they run on. Containers allow a developer to package up an application with all of the parts it needs, such as libraries and other dependencies, and ship it all out as one package. And they are designed to …

Microsoft Build 2019 | Take the right path to modernize your Windows Server apps with containers Session ID: BRK2026   In this session, we share a developer’s perspective on how to leverage Windows Server Containers to modernize your apps. We’ll start with local development on Windows 10 PC then to Windows Server, running on-premises, Azure …

Microsoft Build 2019 | Fundamentals of Kubernetes on Microsoft Azure and the road ahead Session ID: BRK3038   Companies of all sizes and industries are embracing containers and Kubernetes to deliver mission-critical applications with greater agility in the development, test, and deployment cycles.  In this session, we will discuss where we are heading with Kubernetes …

 Microsoft Build 2019 | From Zero to DevOps Superhero: The Container Edition Session ID: BRK3028 Microservices and containers can be hard, and best practices are still being discovered. In this session we’ll learn about container orchestration, specifically Kubernetes, by bringing DevOps best practices into the mix. This is not another “Hello World” session with …

PyCon 2019 | Getting started with Kubernetes and container orchestration Speaker: Jérôme Petazzoni, AJ Bowen   You’ve started to “”containerize”” your applications by writing a Dockerfile or two, and now you want to run your containers in a cluster. But Kubernetes is quite different from Docker: the smallest unit of deployment is not a container, …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Hybrid Cloud Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Windows Server Containers in Google Kubernetes Engine Kubernetes began life as a container orchestration system, based on Google’s Borg infrastructure. To date, these containers have always been Linux containers, running on Linux servers. As of the open-source Kubernetes 1.14 release, Windows containers, …