Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (November 14 - November 21). Here they are, in order of popularity:
This post is only the tip of the iceberg for the number of technologies in this ecosystem. New solutions are being announced almost every week and with each iteration existing technologies are bending and adapting according to the new landscape. The Docker ecosystem itself is evolving and evolving rapidly.
I just wanted to let everyone know about this great virtual developer conferencing coming up called hack.summit(), which takes place Dec 2-4; there's already more than 13,000 developers signed up for the conference.
Businesses rely on flexibility, cost advantage, and time-to-market for new innovations. For companies that rely on IT to drive new products and innovations, the computing infrastructure looks a lot like their software development infrastructure in terms of either creating barriers or opening up opportunities.
This article on cloud computing intends to be a primer for non-IT professionals. As cloud computing is a very important breakthrough in the field of information technology, different ways in which it is operated have been cited. Also listed in the article are its advantages and how it came into being.
The first of these is with Red Hat Sr. Solution Architect, Ian Pilcher who was on the expo floor. Ian was talking to attendees about how Red Hat and Dell are working together in the cloud space. I got him to give a short overview.