In this episode of #TalkKubernetes, we talk to Brad Rydzewski of Drone.io about DevOps in Kubernetes world and how Drone.io platform helps make CI/CD for Cloud Native seamless.
The term autonomic computing is nothing new. Ever since IBM used this as a marketing term in 2001, this term has been on the periphery of most people focussed on the future IT trends. Clearly, the term has been suffering from overzealous IBM marketing for a long time and, every time I bring this up […]
In response to my post on Red Hat’s blind spot on databases, Redmonk Analyst Steve O’ Grady posted explaining why Red Hat couldn’t (or shouldn’t) enter the database market. He posed a set of 5 questions he expects in any response. In the spirit of good natured debate (with utmost respect to Steve’s views), I […]
Yesterday, there was a conversation on Twitter after Janakiramm wrote an article in which he refers to some analysts calling OpenShift a fork of Kubernetes. As someone who has been part of open source since the early Slackware days and as someone who has seen the forking process in many communities in the past, I […]
Last week I was at Red Hat Summit in San Francisco, and this was my 7th Summit, with three of them as an employee. This year’s summit is by far the largest I have seen in the last several years. One striking part of this year’s summit was how OpenShift is the central theme of […]
Summary The term Observability is fast moving towards the peak of the hype cycle but it is critical to managing the cloud native architectures in any modern enterprise. In this research brief, we stake out our position on the evolution of Observability in IT operations and highlight the potential of using machine learning and artificial […]