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Container Native Development with Ralph Squillace

Containers have improved deployments and resource utilization. Kubernetes created a platform to manage those containers and orchestrate them into distributed applications. In today’s

Serverless Scheduling with Rodric Rabbah

Functions as a service are deployable functions that run without an addressable server. Functions as a service scale without any work by the developer. When you deploy a function as a

How IBM Runs Its Cloud with Jason McGee

Cloud computing changed the economics of running a software company. A cloud is a network of data centers that offers compute resources to developers. In the 1990s, software companies

Container Networking with Dan Williams

Containers are widely used in projects that have adopted Docker, Kubernetes, or Mesos. Containers allow for better resource isolation and scalability. With all of the adoption of

Container Security with Phil Estes

Containers have become the unit of infrastructure that many technology stacks deploy to. With the shift to containers, the attack surface of an application has changed, and we need to