By Mike Stephens, CEO of Entrepreneurial Spark.
I’m not a software engineer. I don’t know what a container, stack or kernel is, and I find even trying to describe an API a bit like trying to explain the offside rule. And until May 2016, I had never heard of “Open Source”.
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Are you still doing all your Linux container management using an insecure, bloated daemon? Well, don’t feel bad. I was too until recently. Now I’m finding myself saying goodbye to my beloved Docker daemon, and saying hello to Buildah, Podman, and Skopeo. In this article, we’ll explore the exciting new world of rootless and daemon-less Linux container tools.
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So many organizations are jumping on the Microservices bandwagon. The amount of hype makes the phenomenon nearly impossible to ignore. According to InfoQ, Microservices and their respective frameworks are in the “Late Majority” stage, meaning that even those industries and enterprises which are slow to adopt new tech are using them. That said, many of those same organizations are struggling to attain the promises that have been espoused by companies like Google or Twitter around Microservices.
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Thank you to everyone who attended Summit 2019 in Boston and engaged with Red Hat Services! Our wonderful customers, partners, and attendees fostered engaging conversations with our team. We appreciate each of you who sought us out in the Customer Success Zone and the Partner Success Lounge to ask thoughtful questions, learn more about enabling yourself to adopt Red Hat technologies, and participated in our events. For those who weren’t able to connect with us, here’s what you missed:
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Like many others in the technology industry, I share a passion for artificial intelligence (AI). This year at OpenStack Summit in Berlin, I presented a talk around parallel AI training. OpenStack lends itself well to big data problems.
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Security technical implementation guides (STIGs) provide a standardized set of security protocols for practically any system. From networks to servers and computers, STIGs are designed to enhance overall security and reduce vulnerabilities. But what happens when the guidelines vary across an enterprise? How do you apply these to a specific product without breaking it? Challenge accepted.
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