Tag Archives: Kubernetes

Red Hat’s John Osborne on Three Ways Agencies Can Adopt to Facilitate Hybrid Cloud Migration

John Osborne, chief OpenShift architect for public sector at Red Hat, wrote in a Nextgov article published Friday that there are three approaches government agencies can implement to speed up and facilitate their migration to hybrid cloud and one is through the development of a “single repository of truth.” “This repository will store not only application code and dependencies, but anything that is needed to build an environment from version control,” Osborne noted.

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IBM, Hortonworks, Red Hat Unveil Hybrid Cloud Deployment Initiative; Rob Bearden Quoted

IBM, Hortonworks and Red Hat have launched a new initiative designed to help users field and run big data workloads in hybrid cloud environments. The companies will leverage IBM Cloud Private for Data, Hortwonworks DataPlane, HortonWorks Data Flow and Hortonworks Data Platform with the Red Hat OpenShift enterprise Kubernetes-based container offering to allow …

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Red Hat Unveils Updated Enterprise Container Platform

Red Hat has introduced an updated version of its enterprise-grade Kubernetes container application platform. The company said Thursday its OpenShift Container Platform 3.7. works to help information technology organizations develop and manage applications that use services from data centers and public clouds. Matt Yanchyshyn, director of partner solution architecture at Amazon Web Services, said …

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Google Signs Up 7 Tech Firms for ‘Kubernetes’ Community; Scott Guthrie Comments

Microsoft, Red Hat, IBM, Docker, Mesosphere, CoreOS and SaltStack have joined Google’s open source docker management community. The companies will contribute code to the Kubernetes container management technology and maintain the project as an open container management framework for private, public and hybrid cloud applications, Google said Thursday. Google says the …

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