Tom goes to the Motor City and finds not all of the cool Kubernetes innovation is coming from major players.
Tom, who's a sucker for a good auto museum, finds an upbeat, engaged live crowd with plenty of interesting exhibits and attractions in the Motor City.
Amid cybersecurity threats like the current ransomware deluge, organizations are increasingly delegating cloud protection services like backup and disaster recovery to specialists, a new report indicates. What's more, despite a massive cloud migration, some workloads are reversing direction, moving from the cloud back to on-premises datacenters.
Tom Fenton looks at companies he found especially interesting this year.
"The SIEM market is maturing at a rapid pace and continues to be extremely competitive. The reality of what SIEM was just five years ago is starting to detach from what SIEM is and provides today."
Brien Posey details several reasons why a container image should not be dynamically updated.
Global technologists see the nascent metaverse playing a big role in the coming years as it affects everyday life in a variety of ways, including helping to mitigate climate change and becoming the venue for interactions of all kinds.
Amid a crippling cloud-native talent dearth, backup/disaster recovery specialist Veeam is positioning its new Kubernetes data management update as a bridge of the skills gap.
New research indicates the next few years will be crucial for organizations seeking to operationalize machine learning technology, with automated anomaly detection predicted to figure prominently in that effort.
As if organizations didn't have enough workforce worries amid a crippling digital skills gap, a new study indicates they also have to deal with acquiring talent for emerging technologies that they expect to become industry standards.
Today is Wasm Day, marked by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation publishing a microsurvey about WebAssembly, a transformative web development technology that after five years is still leaving users wanting more.
Open source software in the enterprise has basically fulfilled its promise, a new report says, but its usage might be curtailed by worries about management, support and trust.
Tom pushes the low-cost Raspberry Pi competitor beyond its intended limits to see what happens.
Tom looks at the hardware, extends storage and performs basic storage/network tests on the $29 Raspberry Pi alternative.
You don't need to have the strongest security posture out there, you just need to NOT have the weakest.
The inability to find IT pros with requisite cloud skills is persistently identified as a major challenge to organizations moving to cloud computing.
Tom finds it won't do 720p video streaming but is still impressed with the value of the $29 Raspberry Pi alternative.
At this week's big Ignite 2022 tech conference, Microsoft announced multiple efforts to bolster security for Azure DevOps, including a limited private preview of GitHub tech.
The $29 Raspberry Pi competitor continues to impress Tom, though he suffers a couple hangs while testing various applications.
A new cloud study from IBM tells a familiar story: Organizations are choosing the hybrid model to drive digital transformations but are hindered by factors including a lack of skilled technologists, security concerns and overwhelming compliance/regulatory burdens.