Video: What is Kubernetes?The purpose of Kubernetes is not immediately obvious to anyone whose concept of the purpose and function of a data center was established in the era when the operating system was the platform upon which all software depended. Kubernetes is the product of a massive, ongoing realignment of the software resources that collectively comprise a network application. That alignment is centered around a concept called the workload, which is a broad concept of a job performed by one or more applications, or one or more services, across a multitude of processors.Must read: How GitHub became the nexus of software automationA workload is a job -- for example, managing a supply chain, overseeing logistics, tracking inventory, facilitating a securities market. Kubernetes has become the modern era's job control system."You can think of Kubernetes as a platform for application patterns," explained Google software engineer Janet Kuo, during a tutorial session at the KubeCon … [Read more...] about What Kubernetes really is, and how orchestration redefines the data center
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MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 18, 2018--Entrust Datacard, a leading provider of trusted identity and secure transaction technology solutions, today announced its contribution to the new whitepaper. The Security Maturity Model (SMM) is designed to provide actionable guidance to organizations looking at the security of their IoT solution.The SMM builds upon the Industrial Internet Security Framework (IISF) that was introduced by the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) in 2016. Sandy Carielli, director of security technologies for Entrust Datacard, co-authored the new SMM whitepaper in conjunction with other security leaders who are also members of the IIC.“Entrust Datacard was eager to support this effort, as it addresses a common concern in the market: determining whether an organization’s IoT solution is secure enough,” said Carielli. “Different IoT solutions have different requirements and threat landscapes. In creating the Security Maturity Model, we … [Read more...] about Entrust Datacard Contributes to New IoT Security Maturity Model by Industrial Internet Consortium
posted on 23 Oct 2010, 12:22 0 1. melloyello (unregistered) FIRST posted on 23 Oct 2010, 12:29 1 2. sancho69 (unregistered) this is getting out of hand who cares about apple anymore posted on 23 Oct 2010, 13:44 2 3. oddmanout (Posts: 443; Member since: 22 May 2009) yeah is it me or could everyone else care less about a verizon branded iphone... posted on 23 Oct 2010, 12:54 3 4. areuguysserious (unregistered) this just in, the temperature in Beijing is 63 degrees Fahrenheit, this obviously means Verizon will be getting the iPhone in January posted on 23 Oct 2010, 14:25 1 5. triaripep (Posts: 2; Member since: 12 Oct 2010) The Apple customers need the extra help... posted on 23 Oct 2010, 15:44 1 6. XxxCalebxxX (Posts: 14; Member since: 30 Jun 2010) who cares now every one has a droid and it does just as good and even better than a iphone posted on 23 Oct 2010, 15:58 1 7. Joshing4fun (Posts: 1239; Member since: 13 Aug 2010) Also … [Read more...] about Comments for : Are Apple and Verizon outsourcing more call center support in advance of a Big Red branded Apple iPhone launch?
Evernote decided last year that it wanted to move away from running its own data centers and start using the public cloud to operate its popular note-taking service. On Wednesday, it announced that the lion's share of the work is done, save for some last user attachments. The company signed up to work with Google, and as part of the migration process, the tech titan sent a team of engineers (in one case, bearing doughnuts) over to work with Evernote to make sure the process was a success. Evernote wanted to take advantage of the cloud to help with features based on machine learning that it has been developing. It also wanted to leverage the flexibility that comes from not having to run a data center. The move is part of a broader trend of companies moving their workloads away from data centers that they own and increasingly using public cloud providers. While the transition required plenty of work and adaptation, Evernote credited Google for pitching in to help with the migration. … [Read more...] about Here’s how Evernote moved 3 petabytes of data to Google’s cloud
Today, at the annual Build developer conference, Microsoft has announced the upcoming major update to its mobile platform: Windows Phone 8.1! The new version of the third ecosystem is set to come with a good number of new features, designed to improve upon Microsoft's maturing operating system.The enhancements in Windows Phone 8.1 include the following key features:Cortana digital assistantWell, ever since Siri, personal digital assistants have been fairly popular in smartphone land. Of course, it didn't take long for the competition to come up with its own offerings. For example, Samsung created S Voice, while Google produced Google Now, which is a service that actually added some new elements to the whole thing - namely, Google Now introduced the idea of proactive delivery of information that's meant to be helpful to you, the user. And this is where Cortana comes in. Inspired by Google Now's proactiveness, Windows Phone 8.1's Cortana will attempt to ease your life by throwing all … [Read more...] about Microsoft announces Windows Phone 8.1: Cortana, Action Center, Backgrounds and more