Tag: Kubernetes

MSPs need to start embracing Kubernetes now

MSPs need to start embracing Kubernetes now

Now that the Kubernetes platform upon which most cloud-native applications are being built has turned five, the level of Kubernetes adoption within organizations is starting to spike. However, Kubernetes still represents a significant challenge to provision and maintain. Kubernetes may...

/ June 20, 2019
How you can put advanced development technologies in reach of your clients

How you can put advanced development technologies in reach of your clients

Not everyone can embrace technology that is on the cutting edge. Most customers are more comfortable using tried and true tools and techniques. Yet, to move forward, every company eventually must transition to newer approaches, especially as these technologies are packaged...

/ May 10, 2019
Service providers shifting towards closing the network automation loop

Service providers shifting towards closing the network automation loop

The race to automate the delivery of networking services is clearly on as the service provider industry heads into 2019. A new survey of 130 service providers conducted by the research firm Futorium suggests that the primary driver of those...

/ December 20, 2018
Rapid adoption of Kubernetes is creating a void for MSPs to fill

Rapid adoption of Kubernetes is creating a void for MSPs to fill

Kubernetes, a de facto standard for managing containers, is being adopted as a platform in enterprise IT organizations at a rate that is unprecedented for any emerging technology in memory. A survey of 200 C-level executive and IT managers conducted...

/ November 8, 2018
Starting gun has fired in MSP race to deliver Kubernetes services

Starting gun has fired in MSP race to deliver Kubernetes services

Managed services based on Docker containers running on top of Kubernetes clusters are starting to proliferate beyond the reach of any single public cloud. A new survey of 576 IT leaders published by Diamanti, a provider of bare-metal servers optimized...

/ August 7, 2018
Battle for control over network edge begins in earnest

Battle for control over network edge begins in earnest

A battle for control over the layer of abstraction that will enable services to be delivered to the network edge is now being waged between various types of hypervisors and container technologies. Various types of embedded systems that make up...

/ July 17, 2018
Cloud 5: CIA loves AWS, cloud gaming grows

Cloud 5: CIA loves AWS, cloud gaming grows

Welcome to The Cloud 5, our weekly feature where we scour the web searching for the five most intriguing and poignant cloud links we can find. Before we jump into this week’s links, please have a look at one of...

/ June 22, 2018
Cloud 5: Microsoft’s underwater data center, avoiding cloud lock-in

Cloud 5: Microsoft’s underwater data center, avoiding cloud lock-in

Welcome to The Cloud 5, our weekly feature where we scour the web searching for the five most intriguing and poignant cloud links we can find. Before we jump into this week’s links, please have a look at one of...

/ June 8, 2018
Serverless computing is coming to a cloud near you

Serverless computing is coming to a cloud near you

Over time, we have watched the levels of computing abstraction filter down to a mind-boggling degree. The virtual machine was the first step on the path, allowing us to take a single server and divide it into multiple machines, providing...

/ May 15, 2018
Cloud 5: Getting ready for serverless and Intel’s booming cloud biz

Cloud 5: Getting ready for serverless and Intel’s booming cloud biz

Welcome to The Cloud 5, our weekly feature where we scour the web searching for the five most intriguing and poignant cloud links we can find. And without further delay, here we go with this week’s links:

/ May 4, 2018