For better or worse, Tim O’Reilly has become known as something of an oracle for the technology industry in his 40-year career.
Stories by Scott Carey
The US arm of the Japanese e-commerce giant has moved away from Hadoop to cut hardware costs and ease the management of its estate.
Gene Kim, devops’ foremost advocate, expounds on the impact of Covid-19 on devops practices and why devops expertise is still a hot commodity.
Microsoft has opened up its Fluid Framework as a user preview for Microsoft 365 Enterprise and education subscribers enrolled in Targeted Release.
Chaos Monkey was pioneered out of the halls of Netflix during its shift from distributing DVDs to building distributed cloud systems for streaming video.
Google’s Anthos software promises a single, consistent way of managing Kubernetes workloads across on-prem and public cloud environments.
Newly appointed IBM CEO Arvind Krishna helmed his first IBM Think conference this week—via streaming video, thanks to the global pandemic.
Some developer teams have always worked as remote, distributed teams, while others are learning on the fly — and fast.
Google Cloud’s software for managing Kubernetes workloads across multiple on-prem and cloud environments reaches out to its biggest rivals.
Site reliability engineering principles first established by Google have yielded a new, important engineering role at the heart of devops.
The popular marketplace moved everything to Google Cloud, after Google brought in engineers, not sales reps, during the proposal process.
Engineers at Deutsche are so proud of their homegrown container platform, they hope to sell it to other banks.
Amazon SageMaker adds a data science studio, experiment tracking, production monitoring, and automated machine learning capabilities.
This week thousands of technologists will descend on Las Vegas for one of the biggest technology conferences of the year, AWS re:invent.
The container orchestration tool Kubernetes continues to gain momentum as enterprises leap from pilot projects to production.