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Big vendor announcements at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe

KubeCon and Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) have been running a joint summit in Copenhagen this week. There has been a whole host of...

Nvidia Tesla V100 GPUs publicly available in beta on Google Compute...

Nvidia Tesla V100 GPUs are now publicly available in beta on Google Compute Engine and Kubernetes Engine. Also, Nvidia Tesla P100 GPUs are now...

Google’s kaniko – An open-source build tool for Docker Images in...

Google recently introduced kaniko, an open-source tool for building container images from a Dockerfile even without privileged root access. Prior to kaniko, building images...

Everything you need to know about Jenkins X, the new cloud...

Jenkins is loved by many as the open source automation server, that provides different plugins  to support building, deploying, and automating any project. ...

What’s new in Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0?

Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0 was released yesterday. The major focus of this new release (and the platform as a whole) is speeding up multi-cloud...

AWS Fargate makes Container infrastructure management a piece of cake

Containers such as Docker, FreeBSD Jails, and many more, are a substantial way for developers to develop and deploy their applications. Also, with container...

OpenShift 3.9 released ahead of planned schedule

In an effort to sync their releases with Kubernetes, RedHat skipped 3.8 release and came up with version 3.9, for their very own container...

Kubernetes 1.10 released

Kubernetes has announced their first release of 2018: Kubernetes 1.10. This release majorly focuses on stabilizing 3 key areas which include storage, security, and...

CockroachDB 2.0 is out!

CockroachDB has announced a new version 2.0 with notable features in their armory. This breakthrough version has brought them one step closer to making...

The key differences between Kubernetes and Docker Swarm

The orchestration war between Kubernetes and Docker Swarm appears to be over. Back in October, Docker announced that its Enterprise Edition could be integrated...