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There’s a Whole Industry Around Digital Hoarding – #BigData

I think I have a problem.  As my iPhone filled up for the Nth time, I realized I, like many may be a bit a digital hoarder.  The 32 GB, which seemed huge when I got it, has now been reduced to nothing.  Almost every iPhone release increases storage space, and most Android phones come …

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The Keystone Federation in OpenStack Kilo

Keystone is one of the key components of any OpenStack deployment.  In short, Keystone takes a look at everyone logging into the OpenStack cloud, and answers two very important questions: “Who are you?” and “What can you do?”.  It is critical for Keystone to be deployed in a highly available  manner in each OpenStack deployment, as …

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Docker’s Journey to the Enterprise Container Yard

Not long ago, a number of new Docker features were released, including updates to Docker Engine, Compose, Swarm, and Machine.  Along with these feature enhancements also came the announcement of Docker’s Series D funding of $95 Million, which is no small feat considering Docker was initially released a little over two years ago.  Let’s take …

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Landing a Rocket on a Container Ship, Docker and appc

Docker, initially released in about two years ago, in March 2013, has quickly gained popularity.  The ability of the platform, to make your applications easily portable and deployable, is attractive to many organizations.  Docker has grown from a container engine to a full featured product, which is evident with the purchase Docker just made of …

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OpenStack, Then and Now, 2013 to 2015

We’ve just entered 2015, and we’re working with OpenStack Juno, eagerly awaiting OpenStack Kilo, which will be out on April 30 of this year.  The trendy thing would be to talk about how OpenStack has grown and evolved over the last year, 2014, but let’s dig a little deeper. Come with me into the OpenStack …

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