CloudCenter 4.9 Now Supports Kubernetes and Azure Stack
The Cisco team is focused on continuing to deliver multicloud solutions to customers, which is why we are proud to announce the release of CloudCenter 4.9.
Data is already a first-class citizen in many enterprises. Today, data is used to derive insights, influence decisions, automate and optimize operational efficiency.
Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 35: Talking Cloud Native with Justin Garrison
What first comes to mind when you hear the term “cloud native”? Do you think software? Software that was developed in the cloud? Software that didn’t have to be rewritten...
Reaching for the Next Level Hybrid Cloud
In a hybrid IT world, applications live everywhere, and it will take more than just connecting clouds to be successful.
Turn the Lights on in Your Automated Application Deployments – Part 1
A very common goal for software designers and security administrators is to get to a Secure Zero-Trust model in an Application-Centric world. They absolutely need to avoid malicious or accidental outages, data leaks and performance degradation. However this can be very difficult to achieve sometimes, due to the complexity of distributed architectures and the coexistence […]
Women of OpenStack at Boston Summit
Hello! I'm reporting from the OpenStack Summit in Boston. There's one and a half days left in the summit, and it's been great so far. I'd like to draw attention to an OpenStack group which is near and dear to my heart, the Women of OpenStack. I am a female engineer, and have been working in the field of engineering for quite some time. The low ratio of women in engineering has always been rather obvious to me, but with the advent of things like Girls Who Code and #ilooklikeanengineer, the gender gap has become part of a larger dialogue about diversity in engineering. As a population, we need to think with all of our brain power, and that includes people of all types, from all walks of life.
Kubernetes Rising – Meet Contiv at KubeCon EU, Berlin
Less than two years ago, version 1 of Kubernetes was released. Today, there are over 1,100 contributors in the Kubernetes community, which has grown globally to the point that more than 60% of all contributions were made by people outside of Google.
Hybrid IT: The New Frontier
IT has evolved from running and maintaining traditional infrastructures, to a broader role of delivering new business outcomes. Enter Hybrid IT, which recognizes that where workloads run is just one small part of an entire IT infrastructure. More than just hybrid cloud, it’s a strategy that blends cloud and non-cloud capabilities, including networks, end-points, and workloads with the best that cloud can offer in public IaaS and SaaS. Despite recent outages with public cloud, enterprises need to strike a balance.