Applying Supply Chain Management to Deliver Faster with Higher Quality

by Ben Linders on  Jun 30, 2016 1

Supply chain management can raise the bar with continuous development, argues Joshua Corman, Director of the Cyber Statecraft Initiative and co-founder of Rugged Software. Our dependence on IT and software is growing faster than our ability to secure it, and applying supply chain approaches to software development helps to address complexity which reduces risks and increases quality.

Microsoft Announces Better Integration of Docker and Azure at DockerCon 2016

by Hrishikesh Barua on  Jun 29, 2016

At the recently concluded DockerCon 2016 in Seattle, Microsoft announced some features in Azure showcasing improved support for Docker containers in the enterprise. These include the availability of Docker Datacenter in the Azure Marketplace and Docker Datacenter support for managing hybrid container deployments.

Docker Swarm Is Dead. Long Live Docker Swarm.

by Elton Stoneman on  Jun 28, 2016

At DockerCon, Docker released version 1.12 of the core product, Docker Engine. The biggest new feature is that Docker Swarm is no longer a separate tool - now it's built into Docker Engine, making it easier to combine multiple Docker hosts into a single logical unit for increased scale and reliability.

Bitbucket Pipelines Provides Continuous Delivery within Atlassian’s Bitbucket Cloud

by Steffen Opel on  Jun 28, 2016 1

Atlassian released Bitbucket Pipelines beta at AtlasCamp 2016 in Barcelona to provide a Continuous Delivery pipeline within Bitbucket Cloud. At the same time, Atlassian announced the end-of-life for their current cloud based CI/CD solution Bamboo Cloud by 31 January 2017, while emphasizing that Bamboo Server continues to be their on-premise CI/CD offering for Bitbucket Server (formerly Stash).

Q&A with Baruch Sadogursky on the Challenges of Managing Docker Containers Lifecycle

by Manuel Pais on  Jun 27, 2016

InfoQ interviewed Baruch Sadogursky, developer advocate at JFrog, to better understand some of the challenges in managing the lifecycle of Docker containers, namely controlling and tracking the flow of Docker images from development to production.

DockerCon 2016: A Summary of Announcements and Key Takeaways

by Daniel Bryant on  Jun 26, 2016

At DockerCon 2016, held in Seattle, the latest 1.12 beta version of Docker Engine was announced that includes the integration of Docker Swarm to provide container orchestration. Additional announcement included: the Docker for Mac and Windows has now been made public; a private beta for Docker for AWS and Azure has been opened; and the release of a 'DAB' file format for packaging artifacts.

FaaS, PaaS, and the Benefits of the Serverless Architecture

by Abel Avram on  Jun 25, 2016 3

This article discusses what serverless is, comparing it with PaaS and SPaaS, the benefits and costs of a serverless architecture and the need for a framework.

Lessons Learned from the #api360 Microservices Summit 2016

by Daniel Bryant on  Jun 24, 2016

At the API Academy #api360 Microservice Summit event, held in New York City, a collection of microservice experts presented their thoughts on the current state-of-the-art of microservices and associated architectural and organisational issues, process and technology.

Cloud Identity Summit Pushes Change in Identity and Security

by Irwin Williams on  Jun 23, 2016

The theme of the 2016 Cloud Identity Summit (CIS) was r/evolution of enterprise security, using identity as the security perimeter rather than the border of the corporate network. In this story, we look at the keynote messages presented here.

Microsoft Introduces Project Bletchley: A Modular Blockchain Fabric

by Kent Weare on  Jun 19, 2016

On June 15th, Microsoft announced their vision for an open blockchain platform which will be powered by Azure. Microsoft is calling this initiative Project Bletchley, which focuses on providing the architectural building blocks for constructing an Enterprise Consortium Blockchain Ecosystem.

Amazon Brings Auto Scaling to EC2 Container Service

by Kent Weare on  Jun 06, 2016 2

Amazon recently announced it is bringing automatic scaling to its Amazon ECS service. This allows Amazon ECS services to scale out, or scale in, automatically. Scale events are the result of Amazon CloudWatch alarms being triggered when threshold-based metrics exceed, or fall below, expected values.

RightScale DevOps Trends Report: Docker Adoption Rising in the Enterprise, Chef and Puppet Dominate

by Hrishikesh Barua on  Jun 05, 2016

RightScale published the results of its survey report highlighting the devops trends in the industry. Docker, Puppet and Chef dominate the tools market, with Docker adoption rising in the enterprise.

AWS Launches Massive X1 Instances Targeting High Memory Workloads

by Richard Seroter on  May 30, 2016

AWS recently added a new instance type with nearly 2 terabytes of memory and 128 virtual CPUs. This is the largest virtual server available today in the public cloud, and is a target for memory-intensive workloads such as SAP HANA.

Major CoreOS Linux Alpha Vulnerability Patched

by James Chesters on  May 24, 2016

A major vulnerability in CoreOS Linux Alpha has been patched, with the security team saying the issue was limited to versions 104x.0.0 of the Linux distribution. Principal security engineer for CoreOs, Matthew Garrett, said users needed to be confident that CoreOS were not "shipping alpha releases with gaping security issues, it is a big deal when we fail in that respect."

GitLab Container Registry Integrates Docker Containers

by Sergio De Simone on  May 24, 2016

GitLab has recently introduced its integrated Docker container registry, which aims to integrate the use of Docker container images within GitLab's continuous integration tools, writes Mark Pundsack, head of product at GitLab.

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