Category: containers

Platform9 extends its fully managed services to the wider Kubernetes ecosystem

Platform9 extends its fully managed services to the wider Kubernetes ecosystem

Platform9 extends its fully managed services to the wider Kubernetes ecosystem 1
Private cloud services company Platform9 Systems Inc. is extending its fully managed Kubernetes service with a new offering called Kubernetes Managed Apps. Platform9 is a company that specializes in offering “managed” versions of some of the most popular open-source software used by enterprises today, offering what it calls “open-source-as-a-service.” It said it now wants to provide a […]

The post Platform9 extends its fully managed services to the wider Kubernetes ecosystem appeared first on SiliconANGLE.

Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM

Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM

Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM 2
When IBM Corp. went looking for an acquisition that would complement its longstanding presence in the data center, it clearly wanted to build a new strength in the hybrid cloud. With that kind of mission, it was no wonder it found Red Hat Inc. and paid an attention-grabbing $34 billion for it in the process. […]

The post Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM appeared first on SiliconANGLE.

Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM

Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM

Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM 3
When IBM Corp. went looking for an acquisition that would complement its longstanding presence in the data center, it clearly wanted to build a new strength in the hybrid cloud. With that kind of mission, it was no wonder it found Red Hat Inc. and paid an attention-grabbing $34 billion for it in the process. […]

The post Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM appeared first on SiliconANGLE.

VMware CTO sees one unified platform anchoring customers’ multicloud plans

VMware CTO sees one unified platform anchoring customers’ multicloud plans

VMware CTO sees one unified platform anchoring customers’ multicloud plans 4
A lot of VMware Inc.’s customers view it as what it was in the past: a company that “virtualizes” hardware to make data centers more flexible and efficient. Kit Colbert, chief technology officer of VMware’s cloud platform business unit, is here to tell them the company isn’t living in the past. “It’s important to understand […]

The post VMware CTO sees one unified platform anchoring customers’ multicloud plans appeared first on SiliconANGLE.

Managing the multicloud will require lots of AI – but people too

Managing the multicloud will require lots of AI – but people too

Managing the multicloud will require lots of AI – but people too 5
Business will increasingly run in multiple clouds, which means that managing this critical resource will become the core function of many information technology professionals. Automating the majority of multicloud management workloads will become a key initiative for IT departments that wish to cut costs, improve service levels and ensure strong governance. As noted in this […]

The post Managing the multicloud will require lots of AI – but people too appeared first on SiliconANGLE.

CircleCI expands partner integrations for Kubernetes with AWS, Azure and more

Intelligent automation and DevOps software delivery tools outfit CircleCI today announced an expansion of partner integrations intended to help developer teams better manage, build, test and release applications for Kubernetes environments. Kubernetes is an open-source platform for orchestrating containers, which is a software deployment method that allows much easier management and production of applications at […]

The post CircleCI expands partner integrations for Kubernetes with AWS, Azure and more appeared first on SiliconANGLE.

Cloud’s microservices market evolves in EMEA as innovation grows

Cloud’s microservices market evolves in EMEA as innovation grows

Cloud’s microservices market evolves in EMEA as innovation grows 7
Worldwide, companies are no longer taking “no” for an answer when it comes to developing quick, innovative technology for the digital transformation — and the best technology companies are helping them get there by teaming up with public cloud solutions such as Amazon Web Services for a centralized portfolio of microservices to support containers, application integration […]

The post Cloud’s microservices market evolves in EMEA as innovation grows appeared first on SiliconANGLE.

A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM

A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM

A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM 8
When does free technology become worth $10 trillion? When the company is Red Hat Inc. and its open-source software and applications running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux contribute to $10 trillion worth of global business revenues this year. That’s the conclusion from an International Data Corp. study released during the company’s major annual gathering in Boston […]

The post A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM appeared first on SiliconANGLE.