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Container Security Woes Push Evolution in 2 Directions

Container Security Woes Push Evolution in 2 Directions

Containers are quickly becoming a fixture of software deployments. Driven, at least in part, by the adoption of microservices, containers provide lightweight sandboxes in which to run software. Unlike virtual machines governed by hypervisors such as Hyper-V, VMware or Oracle VirtualBox, containers do not need an entire operating system stack.

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Boring (but Important) Topics for Developers to Watch in 2018

Boring (but Important) Topics for Developers to Watch in 2018

Admit it. We all love exciting and sexy technology. That’s why we stand up and take notice when someone talks about AI-controlled bots or quantum computing. Futuristic, sci-fi topics like these grab our attention and fuel our imagination. Unfortunately, this article is about none of those.

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Red Hat Bids to Drive OpenShift Deeper into Enterprises

Red Hat Bids to Drive OpenShift Deeper into Enterprises

If a new class of cloud-native, mobile-ready business applications is ever to take hold of enterprises as their creators promised years ago, the platforms on which they run need to be fully operational. Amazon Web Services is fully operational.

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The Whole Bit About Customers and Quality Testing

The Whole Bit About Customers and Quality Testing

It came as a bit of a surprise to me that CMSWire, a publication ostensibly about improving digital customer experience (DX), has published so few items about the topics of quality control (QC) and quality assurance (QA). There is a logical reason for this, but I’m not sure I

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What You Need to Know About Containerization

What You Need to Know About Containerization

Only IT could come up with a word that is such an assault on the ears as “containerization.”  We don’t “boxify” gifts on Christmas Eve, a fact for which we may give thanks the month before.

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