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Google’s Maya Kaczorowski on Where Responsibility for Container Security Begins and Ends
"Google’s view of container security falls under three categories: infrastructure security, which involves how organizations’ container development environment is secure, Kaczorowski said. This involves network policies, user-identity management, secret management and other similar policies. The second category is what Google calls the “software supply chain,” which covers making sure organizations’ containers are built and deployed securely,” Kaczorowski said. In this way, the second category involves “knowing where your images are coming from scanning them for vulnerabilities and checking that they meet your requirements before you deploy them into your into your environment,” Kaczorowski said. The third category applies to container runtime security and “making sure that your containers are secure to run,” Kaczorowski said."
containers  security  podcast  sponsored  the  new  stack  makers 
21 days ago by jonerp
What Comes Next After Microservices, Kubernetes, and Serverless
"The premise behind AIOps is that by using machine learning and artificial intelligence, we can build tools that fully automate much of the work traditionally done by IT Ops teams. Instead of relying on human engineers to figure out why a cloud native application service has slowed down, for example, or to pinpoint the root cause of a complex system failure, AIOps tools can use data to interpret the problem, then fix it automatically."
cloud  native  containers  serverless  sponsored 
january 2019 by jonerp
Security Worries Rise as Container Adoption Increases
"Of the 266 that have containers in production, 47 percent said the containers had vulnerabilities, with that figure rising to 58 percent for those with more than 100 containers in production. The percentage of those that “don’t know” if there are vulnerabilities declines as the number of containers running increases."
application  security  containers  research  this  week  in  numbers 
january 2019 by jonerp
The Kubernetes World: VMware Acquires Heptio
"One week ago, a one hundred and seven year old technology company bet its future, at least in part, on an open source project that turned four this past June. It shouldn’t come as a total surprise, therefore, that a twenty year old six hundred pound gorilla of virtualization paid a premium for one of the best regarded collections of talent of that same open source project, the fact that containers are disruptive to classic virtualization notwithstanding."
containers  m&a  announcements 
november 2018 by jonerp
Red Hat Acquisition Will Be Key to IBM’s Future in the Cloud
"IBM had to do something to gain relevance, especially in the cloud, which it considers a “strategic imperative,” or a pillar for its future. Enter the planned $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat, announced Sunday, which is IBM’s biggest acquisition ever, and gives the company a back-end for its cloud, AI and hardware systems, which have rebounded with the Power chips and Z14 mainframes."
cloud  native  services  containers 
october 2018 by jonerp
Tech Ethics: Can Developers Save the Earth, One Container at a Time?
"Currie said when Google invented containers and container orchestration, the original goal of increasing efficiency in its data centers. As a result, it was able to achieve more than 70 percent efficiency in their data centers when compared with the ten percent industry standard. Not only is Google going greener, but — meeting the original intent of the goal — it is saving loads on energy bills."
analysis  culture  top  stories  containers 
july 2018 by jonerp
Over 20,000 Container Management Dashboards Are Exposed on the Internet
"A recent study by cloud security firm Lacework found over 22,000 publicly exposed container orchestration and API management systems, about 300 of which could be accessed without any credentials and gave attackers full control or remote code execution capability on containers."
news  technology  top  stories  containers  kubernetes  security 
july 2018 by jonerp
Kubernetes stands at an important inflection point
"One thing everyone seemed to recognize at KubeCon was that in spite of the head start and early successes, there remains much work to be done, many issues to resolve. The companies using it today mostly still fall under the early adopter moniker. This remains true even though there are some full blown enterprise implementations like CERN, the European physics organization, which has spun up 210 Kubernetes clusters or JD.com, the Chinese Internet shopping giant, which has 20K servers running Kubernetes with the largest cluster consisting of over 5000 servers. Still, it’s fair to say that most companies aren’t that far along yet."
cloud  developer  enterprise  native  computing  foundation  containers  google  kubernetes  open  source 
may 2018 by jonerp
VMs, Containers or Serverless? - by @krishnan
"At Rishidot Research, we often hear from IT stakeholders about their confusion about newer technologies in the Modern Enterprise market. They wonder whether they should use containers or serverless or stick to virtual machines. We have released a flow diagram that will help you understand how these technologies fit for a simple workload"
app  development  platforms  containers  serverless  virtualmachines 
march 2018 by jonerp
The Kubernetes Lesson - by @sogrady
"Kubernetes effectively attached itself to a developer-friendly technology that was in a period of high growth, in other words, which put it on the path to becoming a mainstream technology choice not just for developers but the organizations they work for. Though there are many factors associated with the growth of Kubernetes, then, none are as important as its ability to satisfy developers’ need for containers at every level of infrastructure."
containers 
march 2018 by jonerp
Red Hat Acquires CoreOS To Emerge As A Strong Leader In Container Space - by @krishnan
"Today, Red Hat, the open source company focussed on enterprise IT, announced the acquisition of CoreOS, its competitor in the container market (Red Hat press release). This is clearly shaking up the enterprise application platform market and, definitely, the Kubernetes community."
open  source  aws  azure  containers  coreos  developers  google  ibm  kubernetes  linux  openshift  oracle 
february 2018 by jonerp
Innovative, Disruptive, Enterprise Focused and Boring – Choose Four. Reflections on SAP TechEd - by @fintanr
"The conundrum for SAP is how to attract new developers while keeping their existing users happy. TechEd is not going to be this forum, but SAP have clearly recognised this and are reaching out into other communities."
business  cio  cloud  foundry  native  community  conferences  configuration  management  containers  cto  internet  of  things  leadership 
december 2017 by jonerp
Pivotal has something for everyone in the latest Cloud Foundry Platform release - by @ron_miller
"Pivotal wants to be the development platform that serves everyone, and today at their SpringOne Platform (S1P) developer conference in San Francisco, they announced a huge upgrade to their Pivotal Cloud Foundry platform (PCF) that includes support for serverless computing, containers and a new app store."
cloud  developer  enterprise  tc  pivotal  foundry  serverless  containers  kubernetes 
december 2017 by jonerp
36 companies agree to a Kubernetes certification standard - by @ron_miller
" The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced today that 36 members have agreed to a set of certification standards for Kubernetes, the immensely popular open source container orchestration tool. This should make it easy for users to move from one version to another without worry, while ensuring that containers under Kubernetes management will behave in a predictable way."
cloud  enterprise  tc  native  computing  foundation  cncf  standards  kubernetes  containers  open  source 
november 2017 by jonerp
Oracle Cloud Strategy – An Analysis - by @krishnan
"Oracle., the enterprise giant of the legacy era, hosted their annual user conference Oracle OpenWorld last week shed some more light on their cloud strategy. Oracle made some announcements focussed on cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence, and Blockchain but it came out more like an organization trying to jumpstart their vehicle to catch up with competition."
infrastructure  aws  azure  containers  google  cloud  openworld  2017  oracle  iaas 
october 2017 by jonerp
Cloud Native Technologies in the Fortune 100 - by @fintanr
"Container usage, which, at its most basic level ostensibly maps to developers using Docker, is running at 71% across Fortune 100 companies. Kubernetes usage is running in some form at 54%, and Cloud Foundry usage is at 50%. In terms of public references with commercial suppliers Cloud Foundry leads the way, with twelve of the Fortune 100 publicly stating they are using Cloud Foundry, Docker and Kubernetes both have two public references. It is important to note that while public references are an interesting proxy, they are but the tip of the iceberg and in our conversations we hear of substantially more usage of the gambit of cloud native technologies."
aws  business  cio  cloud  foundry  native  containers  cto  infrastructure  research 
september 2017 by jonerp
Virtual Panel: VMworld 2017 Recap - by @krishnan
"Yesterday, we hosted a Virtual Panel on VMworld 2017 talking about the news that came out of VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas last week. The panelists are: John Allwright, Pivotal Inc Rob Bissett, Virtustream Scott Fulton, The New Stack Bryan Friedman, Pivotal Inc Krishnan Subramanian, Rishidot Research (Moderator)."
virtual  panels  aws  containers  docker  google+  kubernetes  pivotal  pks  vmware  vmworld.  vmworld  2017  vmworld17 
september 2017 by jonerp
Pivotal Container Service – A Quick Analysis - by @krishnan
"One way to compete is to highlight the technical strength of CloudFoundry platform against Kubernetes and find a way to sell into enterprise accounts. But the momentum in Kubernetes is too strong for Pivotal to spend their sales cycles fighting Kubernetes. A smarter move is to support Kubernetes and add a layer of abstraction to hide its complexities. This is exactly what Pivotal is trying to achieve with this announcement. The key thing to notice here is BOSH as the glue to Kubernetes world (more about it later)."
infrastructure  platforms  amazon  aws  azure  bosh  containers  google  cloud  google+  kubernetes  microsoft  openshift 
august 2017 by jonerp
IBM’s Cloud CTO: We Needed a Developer-First Mindset
"Bryson Koehler is the CTO of IBM Watson, IBM Cloud as well as a general manager and distinguished engineer at the company. His job: unify the many services and offerings that make up IBM’s cloud, including Softlayer, Bluemix and Watson. The goal: make the IBM platform more developer friendly"
interviews  top  stories  cloud  containers  docker  enterprise  data  esb  iaas  ibm  iot  istio  kubernetes 
july 2017 by jonerp
Will IBM reinvent software licensing with containers?
"When considering microservices and processes running in a container, it is hard to see how companies will justify asking customers to pay a per month figure. Charging only when the container is live will appeal to many customers. They will be much more relaxed about taking on new microservices and this, in turn, has the ability to fuel a new era of software development. Developers able to see an immediate return on their development are more likely to build more microservices."
blog  homepage  slider  technology  containers  docker  enterprise  edition  ibm  licensing  mainframe  z  systems 
july 2017 by jonerp
Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes: Different Tools - by @sogrady
"One of the most common questions being asked at the Cloud Foundry Summit last week – in my appearance on The Cube here, for example – was a predictable one: what about Kubernetes? The seriousness and intent of the question varied: some were genuinely curious as to how the two projects conflict and coexist. Others used the question as a rhetorical mechanism – a dig, in most cases."
cloud  containers  platform-as-a-service 
june 2017 by jonerp
Strategic Technology: Cloud Native Data Science - by @fintanr
"But there are serious difficulties. Standing up and maintaining Hadoop infrastructure is not for the faint hearted. As my colleague, James Governor, recently noted “that giant sucking sound is the sound of Hadoop being sucked into the cloud”. To paraphrase the “infrastructure as a product” mantra that we heard from the team at OpenAI, your big data infrastructure needs to be self-service and easily extendable. We have noted in the past that your big data infrastructure is just dial tone. The ability of your team to use it efficiently is far more important."
aws  business  cio  cloud  native  containers  cto  data  deep  learning  machine  strategy 
june 2017 by jonerp
Oracle Joins the Kubernetes Movement
"At CoreOS Fest in San Francisco, a perhaps unexpected guest took to the keynote stage to announce a new partnership and a new commitment to Kubernetes. Bob Quillin, vice president of the Oracle container group, explained that Oracle will now be contributing engineering resources to the Kubernetes open source project, and using K8s to internally manage its container infrastructure."
analysis  events  technology  top  stories  451  research  bare  metal  container  ecosystem  linux  orchestration  containers  coreos  fest  2017 
june 2017 by jonerp
Event Report - Red Hat Summit 2017 - The New Kids on the Block are thriving - by @holgermu
"We had the opportunity to attend Red Hats yearly user conference Red Hat Summit in Boston, held May 2nd till 4th 2017, at the Boston Convention Center. The conference was well attended with over 6000 attendees, a new record for Red Hat. In its 13th edition, I took note of the international customer base, reflected also in the Red Hat innovation awards."
aws  cloud  constellation  research  containers  futurist  holger  mueller  jboss  linux  nextgenapps  redhat  trusted  advisor 
may 2017 by jonerp
DockerCon: The Enterprise Cometh - by @fintanr
"Docker have been working steadily over the last few years to build strong enterprise relationships, and when it comes to the enterprise the big three are IBM, Microsoft and Oracle. The announcement of Oracle offerings within the Docker Store marks a significant moment in this evolution."
aws  business  cloud  native  community  conferences  containers  infrastructure  microservices  orchestration 
april 2017 by jonerp
Cloud Native – Solid Roots, Time To See Beyond Kubernetes - by @fintanr
"We do want to highlight that the team running Cloud Native Con are actively trying to improve things – from organising child care, offering free passes, travel support and so forth. Their parent organisation, The Linux Foundation, has also started to put in place specific policies around speaker and panel diversity and other areas. Small steps, but steps in the right direction none the less."
business  cio  cloud  foundry  native  community  conferences  containers  developers  infrastructure  microservices  monitoring 
april 2017 by jonerp
Docker Doesn’t Fear Kubernetes, Keeps Sights on the Enterprise Instead
"“So for us, Kubernetes is an interesting technology but it is not a particular competitive threat,” Golub said, in a press luncheon at Dockercon 2017, held last week in Austin. Over the past year or so, much of the buzz around containers have gravitated to Kubernetes, container orchestration software open sourced by Google. Especially after the successful Kubecon Europe conference last month, the software is being increasingly touted as the logical cornerstone for running cloud-native applications. But buzz does not alone a successful enterprise technology make, in Golub’s eyes."
events  news  technology  top  stories  avanade  cisco  container  ecosystem  containers  docker  enterprise  store 
april 2017 by jonerp
Strategic Technology: Security, Digital Transformation & Cloud Native - by @fintanr
"The gambit of tools and vendors across the cloud native security space is quite large, but in the short to medium term most enterprise sales deals of cloud native offerings will be built, to a significant degree, with security considerations at their core."
business  cio  cloud  foundry  native  configuration  management  containers  cto  developers  infrastructure  legal  orchestration 
march 2017 by jonerp
Docker Launches an Enterprise Edition, Refines Market Strategy
"Docker has also begun the process of certifying third-party software that has been proven to interoperate seamlessly with the EE edition. Infrastructure cloud services such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Service (though not, as of press time, Google Cloud Platform) and operating systems such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Oracle Linux, Ubuntu, SUSE and Windows Server have already been validated."
news  top  stories  containers  docker  community  edition  datacenter  enterprise  store  operations  redmonk 
march 2017 by jonerp
Briefing Notes: Oracle IaaS - by @krishnan
"Even though they are late by close to a decade, Oracle has moved into the public cloud space. They are clearly disadvantaged at this point in terms of richness of developer and other higher order services on top of their IaaS. But we expect them to fill the gap through acquisitions and compete hard with AWS."
briefing  notes  amazon  aws  azure  baremetal  cloud  infrastructure  containers  google  google+  ibm  microsoft  oracle 
january 2017 by jonerp
The Great DevOps Train Wreck is About to Crash into Your Data Center
"The DevOps revolution, driven largely by containers, is placing new and mighty demands on the enterprise data center, demands that will break infrastructure and policies designed for a dying era of monolithic apps. If we don’t work together as a community to build a new generation of tooling for the DevOps era, performance won’t meet expectations, and then we’ll all get to read articles about how DevOps failed."
contributed  op-ed  top  stories  container  orchestration  containers  devops  tns  management 
june 2016 by jonerp
OpenStack and the Fragmenting Infrastructure Market - by @sogrady
"The most significant challenge facing most enterprises today isn’t technology, it’s choice. For every category of infrastructure software that an enterprise can conceive of today, and many that they can’t, there are multiple, credible software offerings that will satisfy their functional requirements. At least one, and likely more than one, of the options will be open source. If you enjoy the creativity of software as an endeavor, this is a golden age."
cloud  containers  hardware-as-a-service  open  source 
april 2016 by jonerp
Revisiting the 2015 Predictions - by @sogrady
"It’s easy to make predictions. It’s even easier to cherry pick correct predictions and hope the rest are forgotten. Believers as we are in accountability, however, for the fifth year in a row it’s time to review my predictions for the calendar year just ended. All of them, good, bad and ugly."
cloud  collaboration  containers  iot  services 
february 2016 by jonerp
All You Need to Know About Microservices and Containers is Here In Our New Ebook
"Today, we release our second ebook on the container revolution, “Applications & Microservices with Docker & Containers.”

In this volume, we explore the way that container-based microservices have impacted application development and delivery. We take a closer look at what containers mean to the process of creating and utilizing microservices, and how container technology has become so important in implementing the pattern of microservices."
ebook  series  article  news  top  stories  containers  ebook2  applications  and  microservices 
january 2016 by jonerp
The Exploding Infrastructure Automation Stack and Its Ecosystem
"Microservices is a software architectural model in which you componentize your application and run each component as its own container across one or many physical or virtual machines. These containers can be built by developers, then shipped into production via continuous delivery. Containers should be fungible. You should be able to run one or many identical containers, depending on how much you need to scale your application."
sponsored  technology  top  stories  applications  apps  ci  cd  containers  continuous  delivery  infographic  infrastructure  automation  profitbricks 
december 2015 by jonerp
How Docker Turbocharged Uber’s Deployments - by @jkriggins
"Now Uber is about a third Dockerized but looking toward one hundred percent soon. Why? While the transition was painful, the end result was what they had hoped for, getting rid of their three greatest pain points that stifled continuous deployment. With Docker, they no longer had to:

Wait for the infrastructure team to write service scaffolding.
Wait for IT to locate services.
Wait for infrastructure team to provision services."
case  study  events  technology  top  stories  containers  devops  docker  dockercon  sharing  economy  uber 
november 2015 by jonerp
How Open Source Communities Powers Docker and the Container Ecosystem - by @lawrencehecht
"The economics of proprietary technologies become less viable as systems grow increasingly complex, requiring constant adaptation, changes and updates. Increasingly, proprietary software and systems are less robust than their open source equivalents. The Docker and container ecosystem is representative of this new market reality."
culture  data  research  ebook  technology  container  ecosystem  containers  docker  lxc  oci  open  source  runc  the  and 
october 2015 by jonerp
Disrupting DevOps: A Market Map of the Container Ecosystem - by @alexwilliams
"For months at The New Stack we have worked on ways to visualize the Docker and container ecosystem for our new eBook series (now available for download). We looked at the market from all different perspectives, but realized that there was no simple way to analyze it. There are a few factors that make it complex:"
data  research  ebook  technology  top  stories  codenvy  container  ecosystem  containers  continuous  delivery  docker  market  map  for 
october 2015 by jonerp
Microservices are Real, the Cloud not so Much - by @alexwilliams
"The changes, the new thinking, comes from developers and a new generation of operations teams that manage application at scale. The more efficient service providers have adapted by offering services on the infrastructure they have built. They have learned that people can’t manage the machines and the services with an inefficient infrastructure. The machines need to do the work so multiple services can be deployed and managed."
technology  top  stories  cloud  containers  unikernels  virtual  machines  virtualization 
may 2015 by jonerp
Three Questions from the Cloud Foundry Summit - by @sogrady
"While Cloud Foundry may not be directly competing against any of the above, then, and certainly is not on an apples to apples basis, every project in the infrastructure space is on some level fighting with every other project for mindshare and visibility."
cloud  configuration  management  containers  platform-as-a-service 
may 2015 by jonerp
What’s in Store for 2015: A Few Predictions - by @sogrady
"It is equally true, however, that building an open source company is inherently more challenging than building one around proprietary software. This has led to the creation of a variety of complicated monetization mechanisms, which attempt to recreate proprietary margins while maintaining the spirit of the underlying open source project. Of these, open core has emerged as the most common. In this model, a company maintains an open source “core” while layering on premium, proprietary components."
business  models  cloud  collaboration  containers  databases  hardware-as-a-service  microservices  mobile  platform-as-a-service  programming  languages  software-as-a-service 
february 2015 by jonerp

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