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Render challenges the cloud’s biggest vendors with cheaper, managed infrastructure

Render challenges the cloud’s biggest vendors with cheaper, managed infrastructure Render, a participant in the TechCrunch Disrupt SF Startup Battlefield, has a big idea. It wants to take on the world’s biggest cloud vendors by offering developers a cheaper alternative that also removes a lot of the complexity around managing cloud infrastructure. […]

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VMware is bringing VMs and containers together, taking advantage of Heptio acquisition

VMware is bringing VMs and containers together, taking advantage of Heptio acquisition At VMworld today in San Francisco, VMware introduced a new set of services for managing virtual machines and containers in a single view called Tanzu. The product takes advantage of the knowledge the company gained when it acquired Heptio last […]

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Mesosphere changes name to D2IQ, shifts focus to Kubernetes, cloud native

Mesosphere changes name to D2IQ, shifts focus to Kubernetes, cloud native Mesosphere was born as the commercial face of the open source Mesos project. It was surely a clever solution to make virtual machines run much more efficiently, but times change and companies change. Today the company announced it was changing its […]

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Talk key takeaways from KubeCon 2019 with TechCrunch writers

Talk key takeaways from KubeCon 2019 with TechCrunch writers The Linux Foundation’s annual KubeCon conference is going down at the Fira Gran Via exhibition center in Barcelona, Spain this week and TechCrunch is on the scene covering all the latest announcements. The KubeCon/CloudNativeCon conference is the world’s largest gathering for the topics of […]

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IBM is betting the farm on Red Hat — and it better not mess up

IBM is betting the farm on Red Hat — and it better not mess up Who expects a $34 billion deal involving two enterprise powerhouses to drop on a Sunday afternoon, but IBM and Red Hat surprised us yesterday when they pulled the trigger on a historically large deal. IBM has been a […]

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Armory lands $10M Series A to bring continuous delivery to enterprise masses

Armory lands M Series A to bring continuous delivery to enterprise masses Armory, a startup that has built a CI/CD platform on top the open source Spinnaker project, announced a $10 million Series A today led by Crosslink Capital. Other investors included Bain Capital Ventures, Javelin Venture Partners, YCombinator and Robin Vasan. […]

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Prometheus monitoring tool joins Kubernetes as CNCF’s latest “graduated” project

Prometheus monitoring tool joins Kubernetes as CNCF’s latest “graduated” project The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) may not be a household name, but it houses some important open source projects including Kubernetes, the fast-growing container orchestration tool. Today, CNCF announced that the Prometheus monitoring and alerting tool had joined Kubernetes as the second […]

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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation adds two security projects to its open source stable

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation adds two security projects to its open source stable  The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is probably best known for being the home of the Kubernetes container orchestration project, but there plenty of other projects that now fall under the organization’s umbrella. All of them focus on bringing […]

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Microsoft’s new Azure Container Instances make using containers fast and easy

Microsoft’s new Azure Container Instances make using containers fast and easy  Barely a day passes without some news about containers and that speaks to how quickly this technology is being adopted by developers and the platforms and startups that serve them. Today it’s Microsoft’s turn to launch a new container service for […]

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Cloud Foundry makes its mark on the enterprise

Cloud Foundry makes its mark on the enterprise  Today, more than ever, it’s open source projects that are leading the charge in how modern software is developed, deployed and managed. There’s Kubernetes for containers and OpenStack for running enterprise-grade infrastructure, for example. But over the course of the last few years, another […]

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