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The Best of the Week (Mar 27): Cloud Zone

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Learn how to migrate and modernize stateless applications and run them in a Kubernetes cluster.

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (March 27 - April 03). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. 3 Reasons Why Every Company Needs a Cloud Strategy in 2015

  • According to the 2015 Computerworld Forecast Study, cloud projects are the single most important technology initiatives right now and are expected to cause the most disruption in the future. That’s awesome news, but what if you’re not one of the companies prioritizing cloud?

2. The Cloudcast #184 - Streaming Analytics for Distributed Applications

  • Aaron talks to Karthik Rau (@krrau; Founder/CEO of @SignalFx) about the launch of their advanced monitoring platform, doing streaming analytics for distributed applications, the new role of developers and the mindset of technology-centric business groups.

3. Loggregator: The Voice Of Cloud Foundry

  • Last week I met with Alex Jackson from Pivotal who is one of the creators of the Loggregator logging system of Cloud Foundry. We discussed the past, present and future of this critical component of the PaaS open-source project.

4. I Love the Cloud: My Never-Ending Journey with the AWS

  • I see that two things have remained steady over the past few years: continuous innovations at AWS and my love for AWS. AWS has always kept me motivated to learn new things with its consistent new offerings, and I’d like to share the reasons that I believe make it the immense influence on the cloud that it is today.

5. Software Defined Radio is Going to Be the Next Revolution

  • Communication experts will say that software defined radio has been around for many years now and is heavily used in mobile base stations. The truth is that until now it was extremely expensive. Only the large network equipment providers were able to use them at scale.

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