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What’s new in Kubernetes containers

Kubernetes 1.14 officially supports Microsoft Windows Server 2019

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AI cloudops is coming, whether you like it or not

New cloud monitoring and cloud management tools are becoming self-learning, with both pros and cons today

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How to migrate SQL Server 2008 applications to Azure

The clock is ticking on Microsoft’s Extended Support for SQL Server 2008/R2, unless you migrate to the Azure cloud. Here’s how

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New tools help you pick the right cloud configuration

Getting an optimal cloud configuration is something you can do yourself, but emerging tools can help do it better

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Open Compute Project and Azure: hardware meets software

How the world of open hardware design interacts with Azure’s underlying infrastructure

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Jenkins tries to reinvent itself as cloud-native for Kubernetes

The Jenkins X project tries to modernize the CI/CD platform that has fallen on hard times

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How cloud-native technologies defeat cloud lock-in

Cloud-native applications are characterized by their ability to run in any cloud—and to be easily moved between clouds

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2 security tricks your cloud provider won’t tell you

Security operations (secops) are more effective if you pair them with governance operations (govops) and cost operations (costops)

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CI/CD your way: 11 on-prem options for continuous integration and delivery

From Jenkins and GitLab to Azure DevOps Server, these tools bring a CI/CD pipeline to your own server, Kubernetes cluster, or hybrid cloud

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Coder puts Visual Studio Code in the cloud

Developers can code on a Chromebook, tablet, or PC

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2 reasons a federated database isn’t such a slam-dunk

The ability to use data in place is a great solution for using heterogeneous data in the cloud. But it's easy to create performance and security flaws when you do so

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Java, meet Kubernetes and serverless computing

Red Hat’s beta Quarkus framework aims to optimize Java development for distributed application architectures

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What is infrastructure as code? A big step up from server scripting

IAC is more powerful than scripting and almost a necessity in the era of cloud computing to manage all your servers

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How to address IoT’s two biggest challenges: data and security

The internet of things generates colossal amounts of data from typically unsecure devices. Left as is, either problem could lead to catastrophe

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The ugly truth about cloud computing in the enterprise

Enterprise cloud governance is a mess as clouds become the new IT siloes, a sprawl disguised under the “multicloud” or “hybrid cloud” label

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Review: Google Cloud AutoML is truly automated machine learning

Google’s AutoML lets you create customized deep learning models without any knowledge of data science or programming

10 AWS configuration mistakes and how to avoid them

2 reasons to avoid industry-specific cloud technology

Too often, industry-specific platforms use inferior technology and take too much work to reconfigure

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AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Cloud: Which free tier is best?

Every major cloud provider has a free tier, but some offer more free services than others. Here’s how they compare

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Why 35 percent of cloud spending is wasted

While cloud spending soars, companies fail to take advantage of cost controls, automation, and provider discounts

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Rancher K3s shrinks Kubernetes for IoT devices

An open source project by Rancher Labs strips Kubernetes down to the bare essentials for edge computing and other resource-constrained use cases

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