Once you have your environment in a Docker container, all of those resources and pieces work together exactly they way they are supposed to. You can ship an entire container over to another data center without having to go through the battle of configuring and ensuring everything is updated exactly the same.
No one understands the cloud better than Google. I say every day that they have an unfair advantage. They are measuring things better, they know what people are searching for, and they know what the trends are going to be.
Containers are functionally where unikernels run. Containers pretend to be an entire operating system – as far as the application can tell. But it’s a slimmed-down box that translates calls into the underlying operating system, so you can run a lot of isolated applications in one operating environment. It is like a virtual machine on […]
Stuart Miniman serves as principal research contributor at Wikibon. He is actively involved in networking, virtualization, and cloud communities. He is an expert on linking information and people in IT by leveraging the latest technologies and tools from innovation and social media communities. Miniman frequently speaks at industry conferences, contributes to Wikibon, co-hosts theCUBE, and […]
Andi Mann is chief technology advocate at Splunk. He has more than 20 years of global experience in government and corporate IT departments and as an industry analyst. Mann has presented worldwide on virtualization, cloud, automation, and IT management. He is co-author of the popular handbook, Visible Ops—Private Cloud, has been featured in The New […]
Itamar Gero currently serves as CEO of TrueLogic Online Solutions, which provides resources for offshore IT and SEO outsourcing needs. He is the founder of SEOReseller.com, and recently launched Siteoscope.com. Itamar developed e-commerce and affiliate platforms, including payment solutions and fraud detection strategies for online merchants. In addition, Gero serves as Internal Vice President for […]
Edgar Caballero is the CEO of Fast Fibr, a startup company delivering fiber-optic access to communities and empowering them through ownership. He is also founder and CEO of Layerfund, a subsidiary of Fast Fibr, owning exclusive rights to online funding technology for fiber optics and telecommunications. In this interview, Caballero discusses the pitfalls of Internet […]
Gerardo A. Dada is vice president of product marketing and strategy for SolarWinds’ database and applications business globally. He is a marketer, strategist, and technologist who has been at the center of web, mobile, and cloud revolutions for Rackspace, Microsoft, Motorola, Vignette and Bazaarvoice. He is author of the blog TheAdaptiveMarketer.com. Dada coveys the importance […]
Craig Settles is a broadband industry analyst, internationally recognized speaker, and host of Gigabit Nation radio show. He helps public and private sector organizations use broadband technology to accelerate economic development, reduce costs, and operate more effectively. Settles is the author of Building the Gigabit City, his latest book on Community broadband strategy. He is […]
Colin McCabe is the North American Cloud Technology Evangelist at IBM, and co-founder of Dogolog, an iOS app. He is also co-founder of a clothing line called Btton & Co, which integrates wearable technology with natural human behavior. McCabe was the Grand Prize Winner at Intel’s 2014 IoT Hackathon for a WiFi-enabled “Smart Jacket.” In […]