Category: People

Thought leadership elevates government into the cloud

Thought leadership elevates government into the cloud

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It is no secret that the U.S. public sector is struggling to adapt to the information age. A report issued last week by the U.S. Government Accountability Office studied 65 aging legacy systems still in operation. The highlights show the appalling state of the systems controlling public services: The Education Department still runs on Common Business Oriented Language, the […]

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Man and child believed dead in northern Alberta fire

PLAMONDON – Two people, including one who police believe was a child, have been found dead inside a burnt-out home in northern Alberta.

RCMP say members from their detachment in Lac La Biche were called to the fire in Plamondon, a hamlet about 200 kilometres northeast of Edmonton, early Saturday.

Police say a woman was airlifted to hospital, while two other people were located dead inside the home.

They say they believe bodies belonged to a man and a child.

The fire destroyed the home.

The Office of the Fire Commissioner and RCMP are investigating.

(The Canadian Press)

Managed happiness: DevOps changes how business works, one line of code at a time

Managed happiness: DevOps changes how business works, one line of code at a time

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“What would DevOps do?” might be the information era’s motto for the world of cloud computing. While the rest of us are name calling on social media, tech’s mega-corporations have laid down their arms, peacefully collaborating on a technological revolution. It’s developer operations for the better. Synergistic, open-source software looks to be a win-win model for […]

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Welcome to the world of managed happiness: DevOps changes how business works, one line of code at a time

Welcome to the world of managed happiness: DevOps changes how business works, one line of code at a time

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“What would DevOps do?” might be the information era’s motto for the world of cloud computing. While the rest of us are name calling on social media, tech’s mega-corporations have laid down their arms, peacefully collaborating on a technological revolution. It’s developer operations for the better. Synergistic, open-source software looks to be a win-win model for […]

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Cloud computing community needs more women to join, says CNCF ecosystem director

Cloud computing community needs more women to join, says CNCF ecosystem director

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From Ada Lovelace to Grace Hopper, women have played an important part in the development of computing. Female executives such as Ginni Rometty and Meg Whitman have opened the doors of the boardroom; and women-led start-ups abound. Yet despite these high-profile successes, the overall percentage of women and minorities in tech is still ridiculously low. One place […]

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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

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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 […]

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In gambling mecca, Dell’s founder offers evidence that big bets on multicloud, AI and edge will pay off

In gambling mecca, Dell’s founder offers evidence that big bets on multicloud, AI and edge will pay off

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There could probably have not been a more appropriate setting for Dell Technologies Inc.’s annual conference last week than Las Vegas. The company’s founder and chief executive officer, Michael Dell (pictured), has spent most of his career making big bets on his firm’s future and the computing industry’s direction. Over 35 years, he has taken Dell […]

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Value is the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

Value is the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

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With all of the talk in the enterprise about applications, what do they really mean to the average employee? In many instances, applications drive personalization on the web. One example of this can be found in the growth of “my” sites, with the ability for users to structure how they use a site’s products or services […]

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Google Cloud CMO shares her tech journey and insights on Anthos

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Google’s Cloud Services Platform always seemed a prosaic name, especially alongside a product pantheon that includes the container-orchestration system Kubernetes (meaning in Greek: helmsman) and microservice mesh Istio (meaning: sail). This changed at the Google Cloud Next event in San Francisco last week, when CSP was reborn as an open, hybrid platform under the name Anthos […]

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Making value the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

Making value the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

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With all of the talk in the enterprise space about applications, what do they really mean to the average user? In many instances, applications drive personalization on the Web. One example of this can be found in the growth of “my” sites, with the ability for users to structure how they use a site’s products or […]

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