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DT may be a cliche, but there's no getting around the fact that the term is very relevant. Enterprises are indeed rethinking and re-tooling their IT systems, because they have to do so.
At the Kubecon CloudNativeCon North America 2017 event, HBO engineers explained the challenges and the process they went through to decide and use Kubernetes, to help stream Game of Thrones season seven.
More than 4,000 attendees came to the largest KubeCon event yet, as interest in cloud-native technologies continues to grow.
The cloud-based service helps developers optimize complex 3D game or image models so they can be displayed on run-of-the-mill hardware without sacrificing much in the way of visual quality.
Low-code platform enables citizen developers to define custom application logic using a visual drag-and-drop editor.
A new threat may emerge in 2018: The disruption of things. As the IoT offers access to both disruptive possibilities and massive amounts of critical data, we will see attacks in this area, and may also see the integration of a new man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack.
As Bitcoin reaches all-time highs, concerns grow about the security and availability of online crypto-currency exchange sites.
In an age when online shopping has become a cost-effective alternative to in-store retail, there are a number of steps e-retailers must take to compete.
Google says it's cutting Amazon Fire TV and Echo Show users from accessing YouTube in retaliation for what it describes as Amazon's shabby treatment of Google's products.
Microsoft officially releases its "burstable" B-Series Azure cloud instances and opens the floodgates to massive cloud workloads with its new M-Series.
Blockchain is here and now, and it will continue to gain traction as it provides transparency to the supply chain–especially in complex supply chain industries, such as the automotive and retail industries.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announces project milestones and continued momentum, as organizations aim to benefit from the new model of building and deploying cloud native applications.
By using their existing software-defined data center, VMware users will now be able to run container-based applications alongside existing virtual machine-based workloads in production without having to build out a separate, specialized container infrastructure stack.