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Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 12/14/2017
Look for a little Kubernetes in your holiday gift stocking, as version 1.9 of the open source container cluster management software is scheduled to ship Friday. The upgrade adds Windows support in beta and further refinements to fit the contemporary multicloud environment.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 12/6/2017
Pivotal is looking to give developers more tools and resources to address their needs when it comes to developing cloud-native applications. This includes additional focus on serverless computing, as well as containers.
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Craig Matsumoto Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading, | 12/5/2017
Intel and the Hyper open source project have combined projects to create Kata containers, which behave like containers but are really a slimmer alternative to virtual machines.
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Craig Matsumoto Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading, | 12/5/2017
CoreOS is continuing to move up the stack by adding developer services into Tectonic, the startup's Kubernetes implementation.
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Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 12/4/2017
LAS VEGAS -- AWS re:Invent -- Amazon Web Services is going all-in on Kubernetes, launching Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) to take the hassle out of managing containers on AWS.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/30/2017
VMware continues to expand beyond its traditional role in the virtualization market into areas such as cloud computing and software-defined data center offerings, and the company's bets on these areas are paying off.
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Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/28/2017
VMware and Amazon Web Services are expanding their hybrid cloud partnership to run VMware workloads at "very large scale" on AWS, a VMware executive says. VMware is launching new tools for migrating and scaling production applications to AWS, as well as business continuity and disaster recovery services.
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Alan Breznick Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, | 11/22/2017
For cable operators, the enterprise market truly represents the final frontier.
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Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/15/2017
SAN FRANCISCO -- Structure 2017 -- Some enterprises worry about giving all their public cloud business to one provider and getting locked in. But multicloud has its own risks, says Microsoft Azure chief technology officer Mark Russinovich.
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