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Service Providers Jump on DevOps Bandwagon

Service Providers Jump on DevOps Bandwagon

The rush to fill what many see as a DevOps gap continues as the growing need for ...

Linux Skills in High Demand, Survey Finds

Linux Skills in High Demand, Survey Finds

Coinciding with a robust U.S. jobs report for February, the Linux Foundation says recruiters remain “in hot ...

DevOps Emerges in the Enterprise

DevOps Emerges in the Enterprise

The DevOps culture that is shifting from hyper-scale datacenters to the enterprise may also be fueling demand ...

Red Hat Seeds Container Market With Atomic Host

Red Hat Seeds Container Market With Atomic Host

Red Hat, which less then a year ago sought to back up its mantra “The app is ...

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March 19, 2015(0)
The rush to fill what many see as a DevOps gap continues as the growing need for development skills shifts from the datacenter to the enterprise. A recent study released by market researcher Gartner is being widely cited as supporting the creation of new DevOps capabilities. The Gartner survey predicted that “DevOps will evolve from a niche strategy employed ... Full article
March 6, 2015(0)
Coinciding with a robust U.S. jobs report for February, the Linux Foundation says recruiters remain “in hot pursuit of Linux talent.” According to the 2015 Linux Jobs Report released this week, a whopping 97 percent of hiring managers surveyed said they would be recruiting Linux coders and system administrators over the next six months. Half of the hiring managers ...
March 5, 2015(0)
The DevOps culture that is shifting from hyper-scale datacenters to the enterprise may also be fueling demand for toolsets like Chef and Puppet, according to a new market survey. Market researcher Gartner, which defines DevOps as a “tool-centric philosophy” rather than a traditional market, forecasts the approach will transition from a niche to “mainstream strategy” by 2016 for one-quarter ...
March 5, 2015(0)
Red Hat, which less then a year ago sought to back up its mantra “The app is king” by unveiling an application container initiative called “Project Atomic,” has announced general availability of an operating system tweaked to run workloads with Linux containers. Red Hat Linux 7 Atomic Host, based on tools and frameworks developed under Project Atomic, is billed ...
March 4, 2015(0)
Software-defined networking and application container technology are being combined in an acquisition announced this week by Docker Inc. The San Francisco-based corporate entity sponsoring the open platform for distributed cloud applications said Wednesday (March 4) it will acquire SDN startup SocketPlane to help drive networking collaboration about Docker containers. Founded in Fall 2014, SocketPlane has been working on development ...
February 26, 2015(0)
While the open-source software community continues to thrive, there is a growing sense of “solutions in search of a problem” and that open-source vendors and customers may be talking past one another. With that perception in mind along with the need to drive innovation in the development of platform-as-a-service offerings, Red Hat said Thursday (Feb. 26) it is rolling ...
February 24, 2015(0)
An initiative integrating Google Kubernetes containers with OpenStack automation features aims to help speed enterprise deployment and management of applications containers. Pure-play OpenStack developer Mirantis said Tuesday (Feb. 24) it is collaborating with Google to integrate Kubernetes with OpenStack. The initiative would eliminate the need to build an infrastructure from scratch by giving developers access to Kubernetes clusters with ...
February 17, 2015(0)
Red Hat’s latest OpenStack Platform release is said to expand the virtual machine storage capabilities of Ceph storage software the open source software leader acquired last year. The company announced general availability on February 17 of its Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6, which is based on the OpenStack Juno release. Red Hat said the release would enable ...
February 11, 2015(0)
The prolific developers at Red Hat have been relatively quiet in the New Year. Now, the open source leader is picking up the pace with the introduction of the latest version of its enterprise virtualization tool. The company announced general availability this week of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.5 aiming to offer tighter integration with OpenStack while promising to ...
February 9, 2015(0)
The latest release of Rocket application container software by hyperscale Linux operating system specialist CoreOS includes new user features and tweaks designed to improve application security and supply a more composable system design. San Francisco-based CoreOS also highlighted an independent application container runtime called “Nose Cone” along with a handful of new tools for building application container images. The ...
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