Posts Tagged ‘system’
If youve spent a bit of time coding, you will eventually come across the interesting and unusual idea of idempotence. The word not lending itself well to either spelling or pronunciation, many like me have become immediately curious.
The march to make containers a foundational element of stateful applications across the enterprise got a boost this week with Mesosphere announcing it will resell PX-Enterprise storage software from Portworx. The agreement extends an existing technology alliance that has resulted in the two companies sharing several joint customers, including including GE Digital, Verizon, NIO, athenahealth and Beco Inc. Mesosphere CEO Florian Leibert says success of the alliance is indicative of just how much progress is now being made in terms of deploying stateful applications based on containers in production environments.
Arm, at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 conference this week, announced it will make available an on-premises edition of its Mbed Cloud platform for managing internet of things (IoT) devices based on Kubernetes and the OpenStack cloud platform. Hima Mukkamala, general manager of IoT Cloud Services, for Arm, says the maker of processors that are widely employed in embedded systems built Mbed Cloud as a complement to Mbed OS, a free lightweight operating system the company developed that can run on both Arm and third-party processors.
Regardless of where you stand with your digital transformation project(s), are you prepared to explain how machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) will transform your organization? For the vast majority of IT staffers, the answer will be range from kind of maybe to thats years away, so lets talk later.
The Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) within the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) this week has decided to accept Vitess as a new project. Vitess is a database orchestration system developed at YouTube that automatically shards instances of open source MySQL databases as they horizontally scale.