Scott Carey

UK Group Editor

An experienced enterprise technology journalist, Scott writes about cloud computing and software development. He is also an experienced industry event host and broadcaster. Speciality areas include big IT and cloud vendors, deep knowledge of the SaaS market and digital transformation at some of the world's biggest companies, and a contacts book that covers the industry from top to bottom.

CNCF and Linux Foundation launch entry-level Kubernetes certification

Google Cloud extends its reach with new Distributed Cloud options

Google Cloud extends its reach with new Distributed Cloud options

The third-placed cloud vendor has announced a new set of options for customers that need to keep certain workloads in self-hosted environments or out at the edge.

Cloudflare hopes lack of outbound data fees will convert AWS S3 users to its R2 storage service

Cloudflare hopes lack of outbound data fees will convert AWS S3 users to its R2 storage service

The internet company is taking on the dominant AWS S3 service with its new object storage option R2 by promising to help avoid costly outbound-data charges.

Open source skills only got hotter during the pandemic

Open source skills only got hotter during the pandemic

A recent survey shows huge amounts of pent up demand for open source skills to help organizations drive their cloud strategies and digital transformation efforts.

Will Google Cloud ever win over enterprises?

Will Google Cloud ever win over enterprises?

The No. 3 cloud vendor continues its attempts to attract more enterprise customers and grow market share amid stiff competition from AWS and Azure. Can Google do it? Maybe not.

How Docker broke in half

How Docker broke in half

The game changing container company is a shell of its former self. What happened to one of the hottest enterprise technology businesses of the cloud era?

VMware’s new Tanzu platform aims to unify Kubernetes development

VMware’s new Tanzu platform aims to unify Kubernetes development

The beta release of TAP promises to abstract the complexity of Kubernetes for enterprise developers at all stages of their cloud-native journey.

Docker Desktop is no longer free for enterprise users

Docker Desktop is no longer free for enterprise users

Docker is changing its pricing plans, ending free Docker Desktop use for larger business customers and replacing its Free plan with a Personal plan.

How to nail the Kubernetes certification exams

How to nail the Kubernetes certification exams

Whether you are going for your CKAD, CKA, or CKS certification, these tips from recently certified professionals will help you pass the exam the first time.

4 reasons to get Kubernetes-certified, and 4 reasons not to

4 reasons to get Kubernetes-certified, and 4 reasons not to

What are the most important Kubernetes certifications and are they worth it? Here are four reasons to get certified, and four reasons to think better of it.

What is cloud-native? The modern way to develop software

What is cloud-native? The modern way to develop software

Cloud-native computing takes advantage of many modern software development techniques including microservices, containers, CI/CD, agile methodologies, and devops.

What is Docker? The spark for the container revolution

What is Docker? The spark for the container revolution

Docker helps developers build lightweight and portable software containers that simplify application development, testing, and deployment.

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