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Red Hat is acquiring CoreOS: what’s next?

As CoreOS published in their blog post on the acquisition by RedHat, the two teams share the same vision of the Internet as a more secure place where most of the operations are automatic. 58 more words

DevOps

Wireless@SGx for Fedora and Linux users

Eight years ago, I wrote about the use of Wireless@SGx being less than optimal some years ago.

I must acknowledge that there has been efforts to improve the access (and speeds) to the extent that earlier this week, I was able to use a wireless@sgx hotspot to be on two conference calles using bluejeans.com and zoom.info. 241 more words

Open Source

Red Hat acquires CoreOS for $250 million in Kubernetes expansion

Red Hat, a company best known for its enterprise Linux products, has been making a big play for Kubernetes and containerization in recent years with its OpenShift Kubernetes product. 535 more words

Viral

Banking on containers to accelerate application development in financial services firms

IT moves fast, and there’s always something new to investigate, develop, test and implement. For a risk-averse and increasingly competitive industry like financial services – which is undergoing seismic changes, thanks to digital technology – it can be a challenge to keep up. 534 more words

Red Hat

Certified Kubernetes Conformance

How big are containers these day?  When Red Hat switched their orchestration engine in OpenShift to Kubernetes in July 2015, there were only a handful of companies in the world.  154 more words

Containers

Red Hat acquires CoreOS for $250 million in Kubernetes expansion

Red Hat, a company best known for its enterprise Linux products, has been making a big play for Kubernetes and containerization in recent years with its OpenShift Kubernetes product. 516 more words

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