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5 key observations on cloud-native security

While the term cloud used to be the main topic of discussion in the technology industry, cloud-native is taking its placeand with it, cloud-native security. There are many elements to keep in mind as more organizations begin to build their IT and security in the cloud, but here are five key observations to consider as your organization seeks to understand the different elements.
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Why A Successful Microservices Strategy Starts with DevOps

We started 2017 with predictions on what the year will bring for enterprise DevOps adoption, and as we approach the end of the year, we have seen more enterprises using DevOps-leading practices to both help keep up with innovative companies and be more agile, adaptable and scalable. For some organizations, DevOps represents a departure from traditional processes, roles and even responsibilities in favor of enabling more efficiency and speed for the business.
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CaaS vs PaaS: What’s Right for You?

For cloud people like meIm the CTO at Cloud Foundry Foundationcontainers are a constant conversation topic. The main issue is how to embrace this new application architecture and put containerized workloads into production use in the best way possible, keeping the agility promise to the Devs that Ops can make it all workat scale.
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The State Of Advanced Website Builders

Advanced website builders the tools provided by Squarespace1, Wix2, Weebly3, The Grid214 and more produce websites that look and feel like they were designed and coded by humans. Theyre also software as a service, which is a different business model than traditional, custom-developed websites.
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“Why We Didn’t Use A Framework” (Case Study)

When we set out to build MeetSpace1 (a video conferencing app for distributed teams), we had a familiar decision to make: Whats our tech stack going to be? We gathered our requirements, reviewed our teams skillset and ultimately decided to use vanilla JavaScript and to avoid a front-end framework.
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