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May 30, 2018

DEVELOPER

Fast and Furious (and Easy) Kubernetes Deployments – DevOps Series, Part 7

Managing application life-cycle can get really complex when working with microservices. Helm is a tool that packages required microservices, and makes it easier to start/stop them as per required dependencies.

April 29, 2018

CLOUD

Towards #ConsistentAI

Data is already a first-class citizen in many enterprises. Today, data is used to derive insights, influence decisions, automate and optimize operational efficiency.

April 26, 2018

CLOUD

Cisco Open Source Update

Across Cisco, each year we are increasing our code contributions across many new and existing open source projects... Visit Cisco at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe - May 2-4

April 25, 2018

CLOUD

Delivering On the Open Hybrid Cloud Promise with Kubernetes

When it comes to multicloud, containers are among the most compelling technologies to emerge over the past few years, allowing applications to start faster, use less memory and run anywhere.

April 13, 2018

DATA CENTER

Fast, Scalable and Secure Openshift Networking with Cisco ACI

With OpenShift Container Platform in private on-premise environments, Cisco provides networking on automated elastic physical infrastructure at the speed, reliability and efficiency expected from the public cloud.

March 13, 2018

CLOUD

How a Multicloud World is Changing the WAN

IDC indicates that global revenue on public cloud services and infrastructure will increase 23.2% this year, to $160 billion, and it will continue to grow to $277 billion in 2021.

Finding a Trusted Partner to Support Your Network Transformation

The rise of offerings like 5G and ultra high definition video is changing customer expectations. In coming years, people will expect to access services like these instantly and flawlessly. Supporting them will require networks that can supply large bandwidths, high speeds and low latencies.

Paving the Way for Network Transformation

Telecom and web Service providers today are facing serious challenges. Developments like 5G and ultra high definition video are putting them under growing pressure to supply large bandwidths, fast speeds and low latencies.

How Telecom and IT service providers can avoid hitting the buffers?

To meet the changing expectations of their customers, service providers need to develop new ways of designing and building networks.