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Chris Preimesberger, December 14, 2018 12:49 PM
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eWEEK DATA POINTS: Kubernetes is more than just vendor hype; it's real technology that helps to enable the modern cloud-native paradigm. Here are five reasons why Kubernetes is winning.
At KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2018, members of the Special Interest Group tasked with looking at authorization security issues outline what has been going on to help improve Kubernetes security.
Elastifile Cloud File Service’s job is to make it easy to deploy, manage and scale enterprise file storage in the public cloud. This is always a nontrivial process—ask any storage administrator.
PREDICTIONS 2019: With the new year only weeks away, we present some ideas from various industry executives about what new impacts they believe AI and machine learning will be making on the IT business and our lives in general.
VIDEO: Jason McGee, VP and CTO of IBM Cloud Platform, explains why the open-source Knative project is an important step toward enabling the serverless market.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Feds put a large Mobility Fund grant on hold to investigate a rules violation by a major wireless carrier, which might not be telling the truth on how far its network reaches.
INDUSTRY RESEARCH: More than one-half of shoppers (51 percent) believe they are better connected with their smartphones than store associates. Two-thirds of retail store staff believe they can provide better customer service using tablets.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Multiple vendors and open-source projects announced new products and milestones at KubeCon NA 2018. Learn about them in this data points roundup.
NEWS ANALYSIS: CEOs, looking to ride the economic wave for as long as it lasts, are much more willing to use whatever technology is at hand because growth has become a greater imperative than cost reduction.
VIDEO: Chris Aniszczyk, chief operating officer of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, outlines the current and future direction for the increasingly popular organization and its KubeCon event.
Google is doing more than just taking the upstream open-source Kubernetes project to enable its GKE service.
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The open-source Open Policy Agent project looks to make it easier for organizations to define and deploy policies to help secure access to cloud data and workloads.