Six-person staff joins Docker
You can add another acquisition to Docker’s plate with the startup set to announce on Wednesday that it has bought a small…
To accommodate its growth
Docker is rejiggering the operational structure of the Docker open-source container project and is adding a couple of people to help oversee…
More container storage options
Google Cloud users can now load up their private Docker container images into the search giant’s new Google Container Registry, which Google…
Big biz in stopping attacks
Steve Herrod has seen a lot in the enterprise IT space, having spent 12 years at VMware — the last several years…
It's not you, it's me. And you
There was a major shakeup in the world of container-based computing this week when operating system provider CoreOS decided to get into…
Orchestrate those containers
Docker is having one of its most interesting weeks of the year starting Monday as partner (and now potential rival) CoreOS revealed…
Netflix is becoming famous for its open source cloud-computing tools, and two of its senior members explained why on this week’s Structure Show podcast. However, they note, while they love the OSS community, they’d really love better commercial tools.
Dating site eHarmony is overhauling its IT infrastructure with a lot of open source technology. CTO Thod Nguyen explains what the company is looking to use and why it made those choices.
Google added to its cloud platform this week with a lower prices, software-defined networking and, most notably, a new service called Container Engine. As the container hype builds, Google’s Brian Goldfarb came on the Structure Show to explain his employer’s view of the world.
On this week’s Structure Show we talk about Google’s cloud and to Google cloud marketing guy Brian Goldfarb about how Google, AWS and Microsoft clouds stack up.
Docker said Thursday that Marianna Tessel, former VMware vice president of engineering, is now the container specialist’s senior vice president of engineering.…
Startup says its software can turn standard X86 boxes into “hyper-converged” data center appliances that handle storage and compute.
A Docker release this week supposedly fixes network communication errors that could lead to Python users getting bit by the Poodle bug.
If you want an HP-branded OpenStack or an HP-branded Cloud Foundry, you are in luck: Both are available today with support from friends Docker, New Relic, MongoDB.
The latest updates from key players, mergers & acquisitions, executive transitions, and funding news across the cloud market in 3Q.
The week in cloud: OpenStack M&A continues — stay tuned for more action. And Max Schireson on MongoDB momentum (and why he stepped down as CEO.)
On this week’s Structure Show podcast, Jonathan Vanian and Derrick Harris break down Docker, web bugs, a Hadoop extravaganza and the latest OpenStack acquisition. They interview former MongoDB CEO, and current vice chairman, Max Schireson.
Apcera attacks a huge problem — promising to give big companies a means to develop, deploy and manage workloads with compliance and policy baked in. Now it has new funding to back that play.
The closing of the funding round ends a momentous summer for the container management startup in which companies like Google, Microsoft and VMware have all pledged support and a bunch of startups have sprung up to take advantage of the Docker platform.
Users should be able to run Docker on DigitalOcean while also taking advantage of CoreOS’s cluster management service and server-patching capabilities.
Hadoop startup Altiscale is close to completing its mission to make Docker a suitable environment for running Hadoop jobs. One of the big remaining issues has to do with network security and ensuring bad neighbors don’t spoil the party for everyone in multi-tenant environments.
VMware said during VMworld 2014 that the virtualization giant is partnering up with Google, Docker and Pivotal on a project that will sow the seeds of using containers within the VMware environment.
The UK-based startup’s open source database management tool tailored for containers will supposedly make it easier for organizations to monitor and update their containerized datasets.
The startup whose scalable Linux OS works with Docker containers will roll out an enterprise registry feature for customers who want to keep their Dockerized-source code in-house as opposed to the cloud.
Brad Feld, managing director of the Foundry Group, says the public cloud landscape is changing in ways that may challenge the orthodoxy of AWS dominance.
The cloud darling’s upcoming round of financing comes at a time when the startup has been busy selling off its dotCloud business and has acquired a London-based development shop.
The container management startup is selling off its dotCloud business to the German PaaS company cloudControl GmbH as it concentrates on its container technology.
The cloud darling’s purchase of the London-based two-man development shop is the company’s first acquisition since changing its name from DotCloud to Docker.
The new announcements show that Chef is continuing its push to be the market leader in configuration management and IT automation. However, there’s probably going to be some disgruntled open source purists who have a bone to pick.
A handful of technology companies big and small have vowed to support and contribute to Kubernetes, Google’s open source technology for managing Docker containers. That’s a big boon for portability in cloud computing, and a good way for Google to show off its infrastructure edge.
The container management company’s rise to prominence has generated a lot of buzz within the tech world, and in an interview with Gigaom, CEO Ben Golub explains why its open source platform has the potential to grow further.
Google’s Urs Hölzle explained at Structure how the search giant has grown since he started, its use of containers and how workloads are moving to the cloud
Cloudsoft is jumping on the Docker bandwagon. The Edinburgh-based company, whose software other companies can use to manage the development and operations…
Google open sourced a Docker-centric tool called Kubernetes that lets its cloud computing customers automate their resource management similar to how Google does it internally. It’s part of a sustained approach to prove Google’s chops as a cloud provider by pushing its vision of computing.
It’s easy enough to start offering a cloud platform, but doing so successfully is a lot more difficult. James Urquhart explains how Amazon Web Services, Cloud Foundry and others are capitalizing on great user experiences and great ecosystems.
So you’re building a great infrastructure startup based on a hot idea. Now you need some attention and advice. If that sounds about right, check out Gigaom’s Structure 2014 Launchpad. But do it soon, time’s a wasting.
Bowing to the inevitable, dotCloud, the company that created Docker.io container technology for Linux apps, will now be known as Docker Inc.