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Twistlock Announce General Availability of Container Security Suite

by Chris Swan on  Nov 10, 2015

Twistlock have announced the general availability of their Container Security Suite, along with a partnership with Google Cloud Platform that integrates Twistlock into Google Container Engine (GKE). The suite consists of a console to define policy, a registry scanner and a ‘Defender’that runs as a privileged container on each host.

Pivotal Cloud Foundry Adds Netflix OSS Services, Docker Support

by Richard Seroter on  Nov 02, 2015 1

Today, Pivotal announced an update to Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF), the commercial version of a popular opens-source platform for building, deploying, and running cloud-native applications. This 1.6 release gives developers native access to a subset of Spring Cloud’s Netflix OSS services, built-in support for .NET applications, beta support for Docker images, and integrated ALM tools.

Dropbox Deprecates APIs and Prioritizes User Collaboration

by Saul Caganoff on  Nov 01, 2015

Support for Dropbox's Datastore and Sync APIs ended last week, leaving developers confused and depending on a new Core API which is still in preview status. Meanwhile recent announcements of collaboration products appear to signal a prioritization away from developers towards a focus on user collaboration.

DigitalOcean Adds Floating IPs

by Richard Seroter on  Oct 30, 2015

DigitalOcean recently introduced floating IPs that can be manually reassigned to any Droplet – what DigitalOcean calls a virtual machine – within a data center. While neither novel nor a standalone high-availability solution, this service fills a gap for the fast-growing cloud provider.

Getting Business Advantage from Continuous Delivery

by Ben Linders on  Oct 30, 2015 1

Gojko Adzic presented a keynote on "how to turn continuous delivery into competitive business advantage" at the Agile Tour London 2015. InfoQ interviewed Adzic about getting benefits from continuous delivery, Gojko's three rules of continuous delivery, possible problems and risks, and using multi versioning with continuous delivery.

Twitter Announces Fastlane as Part of Fabric for Mobile Continuous Deployment

by Sergio De Simone on  Oct 26, 2015

At Flight 2015, its developer conference, Twitter announced that fastlane, has been included into Fabric, Twitter’s mobile development platform. As part of this announcement, Twitter is also making Fastlane, originally developed by Felix Krause for iOS, available for Android.

Amazon EC2 Container Service Updates Released, Focusing on Automation, Configuration & Availability

by Daniel Bryant on  Oct 24, 2015

Amazon Web Services have released a series of updates for the Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) that include an ECS command line interface, Docker Compose support, task definitions that allow additional Docker configuration options, and an ECS scheduler update that adds support for availability zone awareness.

Google Container Engine Generally Available

by Guillermo Beltri on  Oct 23, 2015

Google Cloud has recently announced in its blog that Google Container Engine (GKE) is Generally Available. Google considers it ready for production use and backs it with a 99.5 percent uptime SLA. It is built on the open source Kubernetes and runs on the Google Cloud Platform, managed by Google engineers.

Docker Acquires Tutum

by Chris Swan on  Oct 21, 2015

Docker Inc have announced their acquisition of Tutum, ‘The Docker Platform for Dev and Ops’ that allows users to ‘Build, deploy, and manage your apps across any cloud’. The rationale for the deal is to complement Docker Hub, which takes care of ‘build’ and ‘ship’, with Tutum as the platform for ‘run’.

AWS Mobile Hub Aims to Make it Easier to Use AWS in Android and iOS Apps

by Sergio De Simone on  Oct 15, 2015

Among recent Amazon Web Services’ announcements at re:Invent, AWS Mobile Hub aims at making it easier for mobile app developers to use AWS services to build their apps’ backends.

AWS Unveils 2TB X1 and T2.Nano EC2 Instances

by Sergio De Simone on  Oct 13, 2015

At its re:Invent conference, Amazon Web Services has unveiled two new instance types for its EC2 service: X1, sporting 2TB of memory, and T2.Nano, aimed to the lower end of compute requirements.

Amazon Announces QuickSight - Business Intelligence for Big Data on AWS

by Matt Kapilevich on  Oct 09, 2015

Amazon has announced QuickSight at AWS Re:invent conference. QuickSight a complete Business Intelligence solution to help customers gain insights from the data they have stored in AWS.

Atlassian Launches JIRA 7 Platform with Three Standalone JIRA Editions

by Steffen Opel on  Oct 08, 2015 1

Development and collaboration software vendor Atlassian released version 7 of its project tracking application JIRA as three new standalone products: JIRA Core, JIRA Software and JIRA Service Desk. All three products are build atop a common platform to better serve non-technical business teams, development teams as well as IT and other service teams with an edition tailored to each team’s needs.

The AWS Well-Architected Framework

by Abel Avram on  Oct 06, 2015

Amazon has published the AWS Well-Architected Framework, a guide for architecting solutions for AWS, with design principles that apply to systems running on AWS or other clouds.

Salesforce Enters IoT Market

by Kent Weare on  Oct 01, 2015

At Salesforce’s recent Dreamforce conference, the company announced an upcoming IoT platform that will allow for the ingestion of real time data and turn it into actionable tasks across its suite of cloud based services.

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