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Hashiconf EU 2019: The Service Mesh push and Progressive Delivery
“It’s 2019 so apparently everyone has a service mesh. Istio has been the most hyped – it has solid corporate backing from IBM, Google, Pivotal and SAP. These companies now need to do a better job of nailing use cases.”

HashiConf EU 2019: The Service Mesh push and Progressive Delivery
via Instapaper
Istio  servicemesh  microservices  RedMonk  hashiCorp  links  via:Workflow 
august 2019 by cote
A Pivotal Director, RedMonk Analyst Discuss the State of Open Source in 2018 by The New Stack Analysts
I was on a end-of-year podcast on open source, kubernetes, and vendor sports:

> It would have been difficult to predict the magnitude of open source’s role in today’s platforms and the explosion of choice on offer in today’s computing world thanks to its massive adoption.  On the industry side, IBM’s purchase of Linux giant Red Hat this year for an astounding $34 billion has come as an even bigger surprise.

> The state of open source in 2018, and especially, the IBM's Red Hat purchase, were discussed during a podcast with Rachel Stephens, an analyst with of RedMonk, and Michael Coté, director, marketing, at Pivotal Software, hosted by Libby Clark, editorial director, and Alex Williams, founder and editor-in-chief, of The New Stack.

> Indeed, 2018 is even being touted at the “year of open source” in many circles, Stephens said. “The mega acquisitions and just tends to really validate open-source as the method of building in the future and as a viable approach for building your stack. And I think, at the same time, we contrast that with some kind of clouds on the horizon in terms of the growing tension between an ability to run an open source business in the face of cloud providers.”
podcast  redhat  opensource  Kubernetes  cotespeaking  redmonk 
january 2019 by cote
Big Blue Puts on a Red Hat: IBM Acquires Red Hat
> While many organizations have extensive on and off premise infrastructure investments, comparatively few of them are sophisticated in the way that those environments are tied to each other. If expectations are scaled back to the more realistic “multi-cloud” – the idea that an organization may have investments in more than one environment – the relevance and importance of OpenShift becomes more clear.

This is clever to point out that enterprises have enough trouble integrating their existing, on-premise stuff, let along the complexity and newness of tying together public and private cloud.
cloud  multicloud  IBM  redhat  kubernetes  m&a  containers  redmonk 
november 2018 by cote
Impressions from VMworld
“VMware’s ability to strategically partner to respond to shifting market forces is an impressive competency that should not be underestimated.”
privatecloud  partnerships  vmworld  rds  redmonk 
september 2018 by cote
Towards Progressive Delivery
“Progressive Delivery” - wrapping analyst-think and a sprinkle of business operations around rolling deploys.
redmonk  cloudnative  cicd  devops 
august 2018 by cote
Thoughts on DockerCon 2018
“Docker is focusing on enterprise buyers and legacy workloads.”
containers  cloudnative  docker  modernization  redmonk 
july 2018 by cote
Kubernetes won – so now what?
"Kubernetes has in fact already lost the war to serverless."

All the cool kids are leap-frogging their thurt leadership.
redmonk  serverless  kubernetes  conferences  KubeCon 
june 2018 by cote
Five Minute Finance
A fantastic, quick overview for understanding all those finance numbers and sheets.
redmonk  finance  accounting  numbers 
may 2018 by cote
The Kubernetes Lesson
“In modern software development organizations, however, what gets used in development and testing environments has a habit of showing up in production. This was the opportunity that Kubernetes was built to take advantage of. It provided developers with a means – an open source means, naturally – of taking the containers they were so enamored of and running them in production environments, but without having to make determinations such as which containers run on which hardware. In its initial incarnation, this was the simple, basic job that Kubernetes was hired for.”
kubernetes  redmonk  containers 
march 2018 by cote
Will UK lose global business and tech leader status post-Brexit?
‘James Governor, Analyst at RedMonk said: “Brexit will be the biggest systemic shock to British business in the more than 70 years. The scale of change will require an unprecedented investment in IT, with in-house application development becoming more important than ever to deal with complexity.”’
UK  brexit  redmonk  surveys  pivotal  staffing 
february 2018 by cote
Cloud Native Technologies in the Fortune 100 – Charting Stacks
RT @monkchips: interesting analysis by @fintanr. tldr extensive @cloudfoundry usage in production in the F100
IFTTT  Twitter  cloudnative  numbers  momentum  redmonk  containers  cloudfoundry 
september 2017 by cote
Docker, not production-ready? Not so, says Docker | InfoWorld
"According to a recent O’Reilly Media study, 40 percent of respondents already run Docker in production. Docker has 75-plus paying enterprise customers for its data center product, which was made generally available in February, and almost 6,000 paying customers of Docker Cloud, the company’s hosted service."
numbers  mattassay  docker  cloudnative  RedMonk  customers  momentum  containers 
march 2016 by cote
(via "I remixed Reddit’s Linux survey of 10K users to focus on for-profit server usage.")
linux  surveys  redmonk  marketshare  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  tumblr:photo  photo 
june 2014 by cote
Focusing on developers has it’s rewards. From one of Stephen O’Grady’s recent presentations. Check out the stylee-y on that Netcraft logo!
devrel  charts  redmonk  cloud  AWS  growth  momemtum  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  tumblr:photo  photo 
june 2014 by cote
IFTTT / Missing link
Pragmatic Cloud Computing, or, Dealing with Morlocks, or, Agile Infrastructure - a talk I gave at Devoxx 2010, pleasantly early in cloud, DevOps, and such to be nice and squishy. See slides here as well.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  CoteSpeaking  Devoxx2010  Devoxx  DevOps  Agile  Morlocks  cloud  conferences  RedMonk  videos  tumblr:video  video 
march 2014 by cote
IFTTT / Missing link
"What’s the point of DevOps," a talk John Willis and I did at Devoxx 2010. Check out the slides here if you’re interested.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  CoteSpeaking  Devoxx2010  Devoxx  DevOps  JohnWillis  cloud  conferences  RedMonk  tumblr:video  video 
march 2014 by cote
VMworld: the pundits versus the practitioners – Donnie Berkholz's Story of Data
This analysis from Donnie at RedMonk is pretty fucking awesome. It’d make an extremely valuable service.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  socialmedia  redmonk  bigdata  sentiment  vmware  vmworld  link  tumblr:link 
september 2013 by cote
Are PaaS and Configuration Management on a Collision Course and Four Other PaaS Questions – tecosystems
If we assume for the sake of argument that, at least on some level, traditional configuration management/provisioning will become a feature of PaaS platforms, the next logical question is: what does this mean both for PaaS platform providers and configuration management/orchestration/provisioning players? Should the latter be aggressively be pursuing partnership strategies? Should the former rely upon one or more of these projects or attempt to replicate the feature themselves?
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  redmonk  sogrady  paas  configurationmanagement  automation  DevOps  link  tumblr:link 
september 2013 by cote
Amazon DynamoDB: First Look – tecosystems
Amazon’s history is built on releasing products early and often, adjusting both offerings and pricing based on adoption and usage.
cloud  nosql  databases  DynamoDB  redmonk  ifttt  tumblr  quote  tumblr:quote 
january 2012 by cote
WebSphere Unconference
Go suggest and vote on topics for the WebSphere unconference.
Impact2011  WebSphere  redmonk  unconference 
march 2011 by cote
Technology predictions 2010 « Technobabble 2.0
Nice round-up of analyst predictions for 2010, including an excellent summary of us RedMonk's predictions, distilled down to a tight list.
predictions  analysts  redmonk  via:twitter  2010 
december 2009 by cote
Robert Brook: R2 - Audio Feedback
The ever fun to listen to Robert Brook gives some hefty compliments to DrunkAndRetired, RedMonk, and myself - I respect him a lot, so his compliments mean that much more. His screed on devices that bleep is fantastic.
podcasts  ego  redmonk  beeping  gadgets 
december 2009 by cote
IBM to push Linux desktops, and not 10 years too soon!
What I think is really mind blowing here is that IBM's going after selling Linux desktops to the mainstream, a category that was previously given up on. I hope it works well for them, it'd be nice to see what mainstream Linux desktoping turns into.
redmonk  IBM  unbuntu  lotus  redmonkclients  linux  desktop  linuxdesktop 
october 2009 by cote
Duane's World - Adobe MAX and Redmonk | Adobe TV
"Duane starts the first of a two part series covering Adobe MAX and interviewing Redmonk founder and industry superstar James Governor. Code and Tunes includes using AMF to connect to a database from Flex."
AdobeMAX  videos  redmonk  via:twitter  tk 
september 2009 by cote
Stephen O’Grady on Red Monk — The Un-Analysts
Stephen talks about RedMonk in part 1, and then in part 2 cloud computing and Google Wave.
RedMonk  video  analysts  enterprise2.0  wave 
june 2009 by cote
Linux and Open Source: Cloud Computing viewpoint from Red Monk Analyst Michael Coté
Notes on my talk about cloud computing and linux. I'll post a narrated version of the presentation soon.
collabsummit  ego  redmonk  cloud  talks 
april 2009 by cote
Profiles in, err, courage « Adventures in systems land
"I learned a ton about Cote from the interview, mostly that he doesn’t forget anything. We’ve met probably 5-6 times in the past and he seemed to pull 1x question from each discussion. I mostly laughed the whole way through, I thought it was going to be a tech discussion, and we did touch on a few topics, but it was just a fun way to spend 10-mins."
ego  redmonk  MarkCathcard  podcasts  barcampaustin 
april 2009 by cote
How to create an unbelievable amount of buzz | KeeneView Blog
"Brief analysts to confirm your victories. Analysts like Judith Hurwitz, Michael Cote at Redmonk, Mark Driver at Gartner and John Rymer at Forrester are critical for getting the word out, but I see their role as fast followers, not leaders of market momentum. Once you have enough proof points among bleeding edge adopters, the analysts can connect the dots for more mainstream adoption, not to mention perform major messaging tune-ups!" Also, check the charming fellow in the comments.
ego  redmonk  redmonkreferences  analysts  ria  marketing 
march 2009 by cote
SXSW 2009 | Lessons Learned from Open Source Software |
One write-up on the SXSW panel on open source I was on yesterday.
sxsw  redmonk  opensource  sxsw2009  ego 
march 2009 by cote
Open Source Executive Strategy Summit
I'll be moderating the last panel for this. Update: check out the presentations, they're very good.
conferences  redmonkclients  redmonk  opensource  EclipseCon 
march 2009 by cote
The Big Mash-Up, Continued: What IBM and its Friends Know about SOA Can Help You with BI - and More... - BI in Action
"When done right, SOAs (Mr. Governor said) and other strategic IT initiatives (I say) enable what Stewart Brand refers to as "pace layering," allowing various elements of the IT and business infrastructures to evolve at their own optimal paces. With a building, the foundation, electrical system, plumbing, and other infrastructure elements evolve and get updated on different cycles. The same is often true with the multiple, conjoined layers defining business and IT infrastructures. In addition, every new initiative will raise cultural and political issues and challenges. Mr. Governor's advice: pick a canonical "core service" with which to begin, to get everyone's biases and agendas out in the open around something that matters."
SOA  IBM  redmonk  monkchips  budgets  socialmedia  KPIs 
march 2009 by cote
Whatever Microsoft Touches, Microsoft Ruins
"The OSI may not be the only entity to have been ‘hijacked’. Some months ago we mentioned Redmonk because they have Microsoft’s money on their table, too. To their credit, they at least admit this upfront, as pointed out in this new post."
microsoft  redmonk  BoycottNovell  analysts 
february 2009 by cote
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