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What’s New On The Zero Trust Security Landscape In 2019
"The latest Forrester Wave adds in and places high importance on Zero Trust eXtended (ZTX) ecosystem advocacy, allocating 25% of the weight associated with the Strategy section on the scorecard. Forrester sees Zero Trust as a journey, with vendors who provide the greatest assistance and breadth of benefits on a unified platform being the most valuable. The Wave makes it clear that Zero Trust doesn’t refer to a specific technology but rather the orchestration of several technologies to enable and strengthen their Zero Trust framework. Key insights from what’s new this year in the Forrester Wave™: Zero Trust eXtended Ecosystem Platform Providers, Q4 2019 include the following.."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  cybersecurity  forrester  wave™:  zero  trust  extended  ecosystem  platform  providers  louis  columbus'  blog  mobile  security  mobileiron  mobility  q4  2019 
november 2019 by jonerp
Why Microservices Will Become a Core Business Strategy for Most Organizations
"Microservices, by virtue of offering a well-structured way to engage and integrate with the world at large in scalable, digital terms, now appear to hold the answer to enabling faster digital transformation, lowering our levels of of tight coupling and technical debt, and substantially increasing much needed levels of IT integration. More centrally to business impact and growth, they also make it possible for us to build and cultivate bigger and more robust digital ecosystems with our stakeholders. This includes 3rd party developers and business partners to our very own workers and customers."
featured  posts  apis  business  strategy  cdo  cio  ecosystem  enterprise  architecture  microservices  platform 
september 2018 by jonerp
As Kubernetes grows, a startup ecosystem develops in its wake
"When you have those two ingredients in place — developers and large vendors — you can begin to gain velocity. As more companies and more developers come, the community continues to grow, and that’s what we’ve been seeing with Kubernetes."
cloud  developer  enterprise  native  computing  foundation  kubernetes  open  source  startup  ecosystem 
may 2018 by jonerp
GitHub Predicts Hottest 2018 Open Source Trends
"The hottest project and community results in 2017, then, would logically foretell growth areas and trends for the coming year. This is what emerged:

Cross-platform development: Projects focused on cross-platform web development experienced the largest growth in activity. The most-starred projects related to Angular, React and Electron, all of which attracted significantly more visitors and contributors in 2017. In particular, Angular/angular-cli more than doubled its contributor base over the past year.
Deep learning: The number of visitors to TensorFlow also more than doubled in 2017, while the TensowFlow/models repo’s visitorship more than quintupled. Keras and Mozilla’s DeepSpeech also saw significant increases in contributions and visitors."
analysis  research  top  stories  angular  container  ecosystem  deepspeech  development  docker  education  electron  github  keras 
february 2018 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
Meet the New Docker CEO, Steve Singh
"Docker relies on an open source culture, though it doesn’t appear you’ve had a lot of experience working with open source communities to date…

That’s fair. I have a view that is shared across the executive team and even the board: The next generation companies will embrace open source, for a simple reason. Open source embraces the fact that genius, that creativity, that contributions will be made from any corner of the world. In my view, the companies that embrace this, and add value on top of that stack, will always accelerate faster than companies that don’t."
interviews  news  top  stories  container  ecosystem  docker  enterprise  open  source 
may 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
Security in the Cloud Native Era
"The container abstraction embodies three fundamental characteristics that are important to security: minimalistic (e.g., single process), declarative, and immutable. These characteristics combined make it possible to secure applications in ways that in the past were difficult or manual."
analysis  contributed  top  stories  cloud  native  applications  container  ecosystem  orchestration  security  node.js  twistlock 
november 2016 by jonerp
Positioning Platform Businesses - by @barnes_hank
"My recommendation would be to start with positioning for the consumers–the ultimate customers. Create the model around what they need and want, your value to them and your competitive differentiation for them. A big aspect of that value and differentiation is likely (it almost has to be) intrinsic to the business model. For example, the value for Android phones are Android Apps—and an easy way to acquire them via Appstores."
go-to-market  consumers  ecosystem  platform  business  positioning  producers 
may 2016 by jonerp
Influence Scales. Control Does Not. - by @barnes_hank
"One of my favorite soundbites from the Gartner Symposium Keynote was “Influence Scales. Control Does Not.” Peter Sondergaard made the statement as a rallying cry to CIOs to not feel threatened by IT spending shifting out of IT into the business. Rather than worrying about controlling IT spend, use influence to make sure that spending, wherever it occurs, delivers value to the business and does not expose it to unacceptable security, risk, privacy, or quality issues. A desire to control creates a bottleneck and frustration."
go-to-market  advocacy  community  ecosystem  influence 
december 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
Progress Report - Acumatica shows good progress on its unique path - by @holgermu
"On the concern side Acumatica is still very small. It needs to make sure its core offering is modern and in tune with 21st century practices. Partnering with Magento for commerce is a good move, but Acumatica cannot do similar partnership for more modern best practices too many times, otherwise it risks to become a ‘backbone’ for other partners."
acumatica  cloud  ecosystem  erp  paas  partner  platform 
may 2015 by jonerp

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