Co-Authors: Miguel Caballer, PhD @micafe77 Alvaro Lopez Garcia, PhD @alvaretas The European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) Conference 2017 and INDIGO-DataCloud (INtegrating Distributed data Infrastructures for Global ExplOitation) Summit 2017 recently took place in Catania, Italy from May 9-12 2017. I had the honor of being a Keynote speaker, and for me this was... Continue reading Cloud Computing for Better Science – Recap of EGI Conference and INDIGO-DataCloud Summit 2017
Last week was Serverless Conf and I have to admit I completely understand why in just one short year this event has gone from 100 attendees to this year's 450. It's clear that developers are getting the memo about this burgeoning technology whose moniker (Serverless) may not actually be founded in 100% truth,... Continue reading Is Serverless Computing really Server – less?
NASA Space Apps Challenge On April 29-30, the NASA SpaceApp Challenge will take place in many locations world-wide. In Saudi Arabia, the event will run on April 28-29 (with registration on April 26) because of the difference in the weekend. On April 28, Bootcamps will be livestreamed from NYC,... Continue reading NASA Space Apps : IBM Tech
Austin, TX is known for its music, known for its BBQ but now, its known for being a hot bed for cutting edge technology and the developers that are creating it! Which is probably why Serverless Conf is going to be hosting their US event in this southern town. Serverless computing is one... Continue reading Join IBM in Austin and Go Serverless!
Machine Learning and Deep Learning requires vast computational power, but GPU is becoming common in Cloud to support these workload. Virtualization and standardization promise to make GPU more flexible and convenient to users. Google has gone a step further by developing the TPU with optimization specific to neural network. Continue reading GPU, the new cloud compute resource
BBQ, food trucks, live music, thriving art scene.... What could make a trip to Austin even better? Austin + DockerCon. Continue reading Austin + DockerCon 2017 = AwesomeSauce
It’s a common misconception that open source collaboration means saying YES to all ideas; however, the reality of successful projects is the opposite. Continue reading Open Source Collaboration: The Power of No & Interoperability
Blog authors: Sahdev P. Zala (firstname.lastname@example.org @sp_zala) Eduardo Patrocinio (email@example.com @patrocinio) The OpenStack Heat Translator is one of the projects under the main OpenStack Heat orchestration project. It facilitates translation of OASIS TOSCA service template to Heat Orchestration Template (HOT) and the deployment of translated template into an OpenStack cloud. To use it,... Continue reading Docker Containerized OpenStack Heat Translator
What IBM is doing to help clients modernize their traditional data centers This week marks four years since the start of the modern container movement with Docker’s fourth birthday. Unlike your average toddler, Docker has already grown up, moved out, got a job and is now conquering the world! Application developers everywhere are embracing containers and DevOps as... Continue reading On-Prem Containers Managed Your Way
For any developer to be effective, they need services and infrastructure to support them. Things like wikis, code repositories, a build pipeline, and a publishing pipeline are all examples. They also need less visible infrastructure like DNS, email, and collaboration tools. Continue reading 7 things I learned at Open Infrastructure Day @ SCaLE 15x