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January 14, 2019
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DevOps for the hybrid cloud: Red Hat Ansible Tower 3.4

With the growth of the cloud and containers, DevOps has become increasingly important. Old-school sysadmin methods and means simply aren’t up to managing server instances that can spin up at a moment’s notice when needed. Red Hat knows that better than many companies, so … Continue reading

December 11, 2018
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​Canonical makes Kubernetes moves

When last I spoke to Mark Shuttleworth, Canonical‘s founder, in Berlin, he told me that — when it comes to Kubernetes — enterprise “Kubernetes runs on Ubuntu.” Kubernetes, the most popular cloud container orchestration program, “makes life easier for people who want portability across … Continue reading

March 29, 2017
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Enterprise container DevOps steps up its game with Kubernetes 1.6

Managing containers isn’t easy. That’s where such programs as Docker swarm mode, Kubernetes, and Mesosphere can make or break your containers initiatives. Perhaps the most popular of these, Kubernetes, has a new release, Kubernetes 1.6, that expands its reach by … Continue reading