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Heptio, the commercial Kubernetes outfit founded by two creators of the container orchestration framework,has unveiled its first public project for making Kubernetes easier to deploy in the enterprise. Kubernetes simplifies how apps run as microservices,but setting up Kubernetes itself is no picnic.
As a front-end developer, for each and every application I work on, I need to decide how to manage the data. The problem can be broken down into the following three subproblems: This article sums up my experience with consuming data from JSON, the JSON API and GraphQL back ends, and it gives practical recommendations on how to manage front-end application data.
Common web design problem: Just writing out why a company is special is usually an insufficientway to tella story to people in a way that will give them a rapid understanding of what makes a companys product or service awesome. We have to get visualpeople should be able to blur their eyes when they land on a site and know what you do, and what key actions they would take on the site immediately.
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.
Amir Jerbi is CTO of Aqua Security. From development to deployment, one the most distinctive traits of using containers is speed.
Scavenger hunts just got significantly more tactical with Descartes Labs new GeoVisual Search. Finding shipping containers, runways and even parking lots on a global scale is no problem with thefree tool made available today.Descartes Labs is a geospatial analytics startup based inLos Alamos, New Mexico.
There is an inherent problem that plagues all dating apps. The world is getting smaller instead of choosing a mate from the pool of our college classmates or neighborhood friends, were now connected to everyone on the planet with a few taps of the thumb.
Low-Earth orbit is a prime candidate for explosive commercial growth, but its also aspace where the risk of actual explosions resulting from debris impact is a legitimate concern for businesses focused on the opportunity. Thats the problem LeoLabs aims to address, a startup spun out of SRI International to detect, map and help avoid collisions with debris and objects floating in low-Earth orbit (LEO).