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    Will You Need Analytics to Track Your Apps’ Behavior?

    Here is an aspect of the behavior of your future business applications that you may never have had to consider before:  Suppose as you fully transition your services to cloud platforms, you move to this more efficient model of microservices delivered through this emerging format called containers, championed by Docker.

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    Docker Engineer: Our Containers Are Secure

    One of the most frequently heard objections to the widespread enterprise adoption of containerized architectures such as Docker is that they lack an obvious mechanism or policy for maintaining security. Today at the second annual North American developers’ conference in its short history, Docker Inc. attacked that assertion head-on.

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  • Is Docker Convoluting OpenStack Data Centers

    Is Docker Convoluting OpenStack Data Centers?

    “Just because you can start using containers doesn’t mean that you should,” said the lone woman on the OpenStack panel of experts. She is Caroline McCrory, vice president of business development for Cloudsoft, a cloud orchestration platform maker. But McCrory isn't alone.

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  • What We Learned at Microsofts Ignite

    What We Learned at Microsoft's Ignite

    Most of the world’s business applications depend upon a certain server whose manufacturer can no longer afford to produce it indefinitely and whose users just don’t find exciting any more.

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  • Midway Through MSIgnite Microsofts Progress

    Midway Through #MSIgnite: Microsoft's Progress

    The true measure of whether a vendor technology conference is successful in its goals is to gauge attendees’ attitudes past the halfway point.  Today at Microsoft’s Ignite conference in Chicago, the overflow seating areas for folks who could not get seats in the session rooms are still stacked full of developers.

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  • Windows Server Whittled Down to Next to Nothing

    Every vendor conference or developer conference has its heroes and rock stars.

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  • Like Windows Docker Does Too

    Like Windows? Docker Does, Too

    Server-based applications built for Linux and packaged in Docker containers will be able to run on a Windows platform.  This a result of Docker Inc.’s release today of its Docker 1.6 package, which features a Windows-based Docker client console  contributed to the project by Microsoft itself.

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  • Windows Server Changes: What You Need to Know

    The operating system upon which a majority of the world’s business applications are managed is transitioning from a monolithic host of massive programs into a minimalistic provider for microservices. This is from the person responsible for executing this transition for Microsoft: its general manager for Windows Server, Mike Neil.

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  • Hello Nano Your Guide to Microsofts New Server

    Hello Nano: Your Guide to Microsoft's New Server

    To quite possibly no one’s surprise Wednesday, Microsoft made it official that its “dramatically refactored” Windows Server operating system will be entitled Nano Server. It further acknowledged a preview edition would be made available to testers within a few weeks.

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  • Why You Should Care About Docker's Latest Addition: SocketPlane

    At some point soon, you and your colleagues will likely wonder whether you need to make a fundamental change to your IT infrastructure ... at least if you want your organization to be effective and remain competitive.

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  • Microsoft Confirms 'Dramatic Refactoring' of Windows Server

    During a Twitter-hosted tweet jam today, Microsoft’s lead architect for Windows Server, Jeffrey Snover, acknowledged what he called “crazy innovation” happening with his key product. In response to a question from CMSWire, Snover told the crowd that his team was “working on a dramatic refactoring of the server.

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  • Everything You Really Need to Know About Docker

    Everything You Really Need to Know About Docker

    A two-year-old technology is at the spearhead of a genuine revolution in data center architectures, for both software and hardware. With yesterday's release by the Docker organization of open source tools for orchestrating the deployment of containerized applications anywhere from a data center cluster to a single laptop, the very

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  • IBM Finally Builds a Solid Cloud Platform IBMInterConnect

    IBM Finally Builds a Solid Cloud Platform #IBMInterConnect

    After nearly two years of attempting to redefine “cloud” to mean “the hodgepodge of services IBM has cobbled together,” IBM this week put forward a clear and respectable vision of a viable software-defined data center that organizations can actually, finally put to use.

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