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JFrog devops users freed from Docker Hub image-pull limits

JFrog partnership with Docker gives JFrog Devops Platform users unlimited access to Docker Hub and Docker Official images.

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Welcome to the client-serverless revolution

The growth of rich mobile and edge applications is requiring developers to build applications in new ways. Client-serverless is the way of the future.

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Your Linux container and Kubernetes forecast for 2021

Developments in containers and virtualization, container tooling, containers for edge computing, and Kubernetes you should have on your radar in the coming year and beyond.

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Extending Azure Functions with custom handlers

Build serverless code on Azure in any language.

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When Kubernetes is not the solution

This powerful tool is right for many applications and wrong for others. Here’s how to tell when a square Kubernetes peg won’t fit into a round application hole.

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Using OPA with GitOps to speed cloud-native development

Devops teams are flocking to GitOps strategies to accelerate development time frames and eliminate cloud misconfigurations. They should adopt a similar ‘as-code’ approach to policy.

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Building microservices? Give Dapr a try

Microsoft’s open source, cross-platform microservices framework is ready for prime time at last.

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3 cloud architecture patterns that optimize scalability and cost

Taking a minimalist or serverless approach to architecture can keep scalability while trimming unnecessary expenses.

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Containers require good architecture

They may seem simple, but containers require a whole new architecture skill set. Here’s what you need to know.

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2 common cloud computing predictions for 2021 are wrong

Using multicloud to avoid lock-in and going cloud native are on everyone’s list of what will be important this year. But misinformation is everywhere.

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Jumping into Azure Arc Data Services

Azure Arc brings Azure databases to your on-premises servers and applications.

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How to bring zero-trust security to microservices

Why we must use a zero-trust security model in microservices and how to implement it using the Kuma universal service mesh.

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What’s new in Kubernetes 1.20

The latest release of the container orchestration system deprecates the Docker runtime in favor of its own runtime interface

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Using OPA for multicloud policy and process portability

How Open Policy Agent allows developer teams to write and enforce consistent policy and authorization across multicloud and hybrid cloud environments

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Exploring Azure Spatial Analysis containers

Use containers and Azure IoT Hub to bring Cognitive Services machine learning to your own servers on the edge.

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Has serverless computing run out of gas?

While some industry observers see signs that serverless computing has stalled, others believe the paradigm is just getting started.

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Steeltoe: Simplify building .NET cloud microservices

Open source .NET tools help build and deploy distributed applications to Spring Cloud and Kubernetes.

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3 ways containers shine in a crisis

Linux containers provide the kind of flexible, agile, and secure development environment needed during times of change

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Red Hat Quarkus Java stack moves to OpenShift

The Quarkus framework allows developers to build Kubernetes-native Java applications, now on OpenShift

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IBM adds code risk analyzer to cloud-based CI/CD

IBM Cloud Continuous Delivery’s Code Risk Analyzer scans Python, Node.js, and Java source code in Git repositories for security and legal risks

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