If You’re Not Familiar with Containers, You’re Missing Out on Something Big – DevOps Series, Part 1
With containers, developers can package their applications with the required dependencies and versioned libraries, so Operations teams can deploy them in multiple different environments with no change at all.
Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 38: Dan Kohn Explains What CNCF is Up To
What do you know about CNCF? You probably hear people in the industry mention the acronym fairly often—generally in connection with Kubernetes—but do you know what it is, when it...
Cisco SolutionsPlus: Expanding the Market and Accelerating Growth (oh, and Simplification)
As Cisco and our strong channel partner community lead market transitions and enable customers to embrace and capture new opportunities with digital transformation, the solutions we deliver grow increasingly complex. While accelerating partner growth is foundational to Cisco’s business model, simplification is increasingly important for our customers, and in the offerings and execution for our channel partners.
Cisco Container Platform: What’s In It For Me?
The Cisco Container Platform, a Google-blessed Kubernetes distribution that bridges between older and newer technologies, offers a familiar support model from a trusted name, and provides less friction, more innovation.
Cloud Unfiltered Episode 31: Talking Kubernetes with Tony Campbell
Tony Campbell has a long history with OpenStack and Rackspace, so his cloud credentials are solid. Now he works at CoreOS, so we talk to him about containers and Kubernetes.
Cloud Unfiltered, Episode 30: Lax Sakalkale on the Cisco Multicloud Portfolio
If you’re wondering what Cisco’s Multicloud Portfolio is and what it has to do with our recent Google announcement, you’re not alone. At least I suspect you’re not. I mean, as transparent as we try to be with our many announcements about new products and solutions, sometimes we’re just…not. And other times we are, but […]
Kubernetes: Industry Transformation 10 Years in the Making
We’ve come a long way as an industry in last 10 years. As I travel to #KubeCon in Austin, I’m reflecting back on what has changed.