Stories for Aug. 28, 2014

A high-level architecture for a Kubernetes application. Source: Microsoft
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Microsoft Azure now supports the management of Docker clusters using the Google-developed Kubernetes framework. What’s more, Microsoft has also open sourced a visual tool for managing those clusters via a graphical user interface. The company has moved fast since announcing support for the project in July. Read more »

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After months of speculation, Apple sent out invites on Thursday to a event on September 9. The event will take place at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, which is the same venue where Steve Jobs unveiled the original Macintosh back in 1984.

We’re expecting new iPhones and possibly a the debut of a wrist-mounted wearable device. Like the invite, we wish we could say more, but we’ll learn all the official details in a few short weeks.


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htc one m8 windows phone
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Verizon had the launch exclusive but the HTC One M8 with Windows Phone will be available on other U.S. carrier networks. On Thursday, T-Mobile announced the phone will arrive in time for the holidays and has created a sign-up page for interested customers. The news follows AT&T’s announcement last week that it too will sell the handset. Sprint hasn’t said if it will carry the phone as of this time. Regardless, this is all good news for both Microsoft and HTC as both are struggling in the mobile market. The HTC One M8 is an excellent piece of hardware that runs the much improved Windows Phone 8.1 software; more carrier availability could boost sales.

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Stories for Aug. 27, 2014
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Red Hat’s CTO Brian Stevens is leaving the company after over a decade of service, the company said today in an announcement. Paul Cormier, Red Hat’s president of products and technologies, will be taking over CTO duties until the company finds a replacement. Stevens was a recent speaker at Gigaom’s Structure event where he discussed the company’s approach to acquisitions, two of which occurred in the past couple of months: Red Hat’s $95 million purchase of eNovance in June and its $175 million acquisition of Inktank in April. Be sure to watch Stevens talking about whether or not OpenStack can fuel the enterprise cloud during our recent Structure conference below.

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