Virtualization News & Reviews
Chris Preimesberger, October 07, 2019 11:50 AM
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eWEEK RESOURCE PAGE: AWS and Google Cloud Platform, two of the three largest cloud computing vendors, each have their own strengths and weaknesses that make them efficient for different workloads. Which might be best for your use case?
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: To move ahead with DT initiatives and achieve positive outcomes, enterprises are looking for platform-automation capability that allows them to optimize end-to-end operations.
COMPANY ANALYSIS: Although VMware isn’t always at the top of cloud computing pioneer lists, its cloud roots and pedigree are as deep as any vendor’s can be.
NEW PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Composable fabric, new cloud storage options and services open doors for updating legacy data center equipment.
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At DockerCon 19, Docker Inc announces the latest release of its flagship commercial platform in a bid to help make container development, deployment and management easier for enterprises.
The Xen Project is continuing to enhance performance and boost security in its latest open-source hypervisor release.
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Kubernetes 1.14 introduces new features and a new process for the open-source container orchestration platform to determine which enhancements will land in upcoming releases.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The open-source Docker container project was announced to the world in March 2013 by Solomon Hykes and has grown to become a cornerstone of the modern software development ecosystem.
eWEEK VIDEO: Tom Gillis, SVP and general manager at VMware, outlines why intrinsic security is the key to reducing risk.
EXCLUSIVE: NeuVector is extending its deep packet inspection container firewall technology to provide data loss prevention capabilities, to help organizations mitigate the risk of personally identifiable data loss.
The open-source containerd project has reached the highest level of project status within the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, becoming a graduated project, signifying a major achievement that recognizes the project's stability, code quality and security.
A new open-source effort led by Rancher Labs looks to provide a more optimized, lightweight version of Kubernetes for edge and embedded use cases.