Friday, September 17, 2021

Matt Asay

Why Linux Works

The Linux community works, it turns out, because the Linux community isn’t too concerned about work, per se. As much as Linux has come to dominate many...

Amazon IoT: Leading the Pack

Despite all the bluster about $11 trillion Internet of Things opportunity, most companies are still struggling to get even $1 of value from IoT. As software developer Alan...

The AWS Cloud ‘Everything Store’: Too Much Choice?

Download the authoritative guide: Cloud Computing 2018: Using the Cloud to Transform Your Business Public cloud services have been called the "most proprietary lock-in in the history of...

MongoDB’s Mongo Moment

MongoDB doesn’t think small. Filing for a $100 million IPO that could value MongoDB above $1.6 billion, MongoDB CEO Dev Ittycheria didn’t mince words on his top...

The Sorry State of DevOps

For those who think we’re near saturation point for enterprise DevOps adoption, Puppet founder Luke Kanies has news for you: we’re nowhere close. “The concepts are ubiquitous, as...

Serverless May Kill Containers

Kubernetes, the darling of the container world, seems set to dominate the next decade of container orchestration. That is, if containers last that long. While it seems obvious...

Putting the Hurt on Legacy Data Infrastructure

Legacy data infrastructure may finally be dying out. As Cloudera co-founder Mike Olson has declared, “No dominant platform-level software infrastructure has emerged in the last ten years...

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