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GOOGLE KUBERNETES EXTENDS TO OPENSTACK HYBRID CLOUDS

Google | January 21, 2016

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Last week Google became a sponsor of the OpenStack Foundation and this week it spearheaded a new Linux container orchestration and management standardization project called the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Both of these moves center on the future of Kubernetes, the open-source cluster scheduling tool Google has now declared production ready....

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MIRANTIS COLLABORATES WITH INTEL AND GOOGLE TO ENABLE OPENSTACK ON KUBERNETES

Intel | July 27, 2016

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Mirantis, the pure-play OpenStack company, today announced a collaboration with Google and Intel to evolve the architecture of the leading purpose-built lifecycle management tool for OpenStack, Fuel, and related OpenStack projects, to enable for use of Kubernetes as its underlying orchestration engine. The companies will work with the OpenStack community to package OpenStack into Docker containers to be managed by Kubernetes. The companies will jointly discuss the details of this collaboration a...

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NETENRICH TEAMS WITH MICROSOFT ON AZURE CHANNEL PACKAGES

NetEnrich | March 31, 2016

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Microsoft is working with NetEnrich, an IT infrastructure and operations management services provider, to capture small and midsize customers via a channel-ready Azure offering. Several months ago, Microsoft reached out to 11-year-old technology partner NetEnrich Inc., an IT infrastructure and operations management services provider, to help the vendor capture small and medium-sized business, or SMB, customers for Azure faster than Microsoft would have otherwise....

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WHY KUBERNETES PROMISES MUCH FOR THOSE WILLING TO EMBRACE A CULTURAL SHIFT

cloudcomputing | January 12, 2017

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Opinion It’d be fantastic if developers could write one piece of code on their machine and have full confidence it could run on any server without a glitch....

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GOOGLE KUBERNETES EXTENDS TO OPENSTACK HYBRID CLOUDS

Google | January 21, 2016

Last week Google became a sponsor of the OpenStack Foundation and this week it spearheaded a new Linux container orchestration and management standardization project called the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Both of these moves center on the future of Kubernetes, the open-source cluster scheduling tool Google has now declared production ready....

Read More
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MIRANTIS COLLABORATES WITH INTEL AND GOOGLE TO ENABLE OPENSTACK ON KUBERNETES

Intel | July 27, 2016

Mirantis, the pure-play OpenStack company, today announced a collaboration with Google and Intel to evolve the architecture of the leading purpose-built lifecycle management tool for OpenStack, Fuel, and related OpenStack projects, to enable for use of Kubernetes as its underlying orchestration engine. The companies will work with the OpenStack community to package OpenStack into Docker containers to be managed by Kubernetes. The companies will jointly discuss the details of this collaboration a...

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NETENRICH TEAMS WITH MICROSOFT ON AZURE CHANNEL PACKAGES

NetEnrich | March 31, 2016

Microsoft is working with NetEnrich, an IT infrastructure and operations management services provider, to capture small and midsize customers via a channel-ready Azure offering. Several months ago, Microsoft reached out to 11-year-old technology partner NetEnrich Inc., an IT infrastructure and operations management services provider, to help the vendor capture small and medium-sized business, or SMB, customers for Azure faster than Microsoft would have otherwise....

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WHY KUBERNETES PROMISES MUCH FOR THOSE WILLING TO EMBRACE A CULTURAL SHIFT

cloudcomputing | January 12, 2017

Opinion It’d be fantastic if developers could write one piece of code on their machine and have full confidence it could run on any server without a glitch....

Read More