If you have installed OpenStack manually, you would have gone through a long sequence of installing and configuring various services and drivers. In every cases, these services and drivers run as processes on hosts designated as controllers, compute nodes, etc. When containers became a topic of interest to the community about two years... Continue reading OpenStack in containers
Containers are now alive and well on OpenStack: not only can users easily deploy containers but OpenStack services themselves have been well containerized, as evident in projects such as Kolla and OpenStack Ansible. The next natural question is, how do containers scale? In other words, what happens when ten of thousands containers are... Continue reading How do containers scale on OpenStack?
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation is hosting Cloud Native Day, a full-day conference on August 25 in Toronto. Join leading contributors in cloud native apps and computing, containers, microservices, central orchestration processing, and related projects. Continue reading Cloud Native Day: More sizzle for your summer!
Silicon Valley is a unique place - you have an idea or prototype, get it out, and very early you will get feedback about what`s the appetite for it. I have been running meetups in the valley for last 3 years around Cloud Foundry, OpenStack and Bluemix, and have always felt meetups are the best... Continue reading Serverless, OpenWhisk and Silicon Valley!
This blog post will cover setting up a development environment for Kubernetes. This series of posts is primarily for developers, technical writers, and testers who are, or will be, working on the Kubernetes project. Continue reading Kubernetes Developer Guide – Part 1
With DockerCon only a few days away, the energy is palpable. On June 19th – June 21st, a massive convergence of developers, users, and industry leaders will descend on the Washington State Convention Center to talk about one of the hottest topics in tech: Containers! As the container community continues to grow, DockerCon will... Continue reading IBM Takes DockerCon 2016 by Storm!
It seems that we were just celebrating New Year’s 2016 and now we’ve almost marked three months off the calendar. You might not have believed it, but guess what? Containers in 2016 are arguably still the hottest and most debated technology on the internet. As many times as we have all been reminded that containers as a technology... Continue reading Open Containers in the Cloud
Container technology has become increasingly important for microservices, devOps and driving value to enterprise clients more quickly which is why IBM is excited to be a top sponsor of the upcoming Container World 2016 event in Santa Clara, CA in February 2016. Continue reading IBM Open Cloud – Raising the Roof at Container World 2016!
The Linux Foundation today announces that a broad coalition of industry leaders have completed the Open Container Initiative charter and membership agreements, which makes official the open technical governance approach to containers. Continue reading The OCI – Open governance for containers