Tag : Kubernetes

Articles C2 Summer 2022

It’s All Fun and Games at the Hack Shack!

Dale Rensing
Calling all developers, data scientists, data architects, and machine learning engineers! The HPE Developer Community is excited to welcome you to Las Vegas, June 28-30, 2022 at the Hack Shack at HPE Discover 2022, The...
Articles C2 Summer 2022

Why Open Source is more than Software: The Example of the Linux Foundation’s AgStack project

Dale Rensing
The Linux Foundation’s goal to create the greatest shared technology investment in history by enabling global open collaboration across companies, developers and users has profoundly impacted our digital heritage....
Artificial Intelligence C2 Fall 2021 Data Editors' Picks Open Source Security Zero Trust Security

Securing the edge is no longer enough. SPIFFE can protect your infrastructure

Phil Vachon
Security architect and identity program manager for Bloomberg (a global leader in business and financial data, news, and insight) discusses how open source software helps his team stay ahead of security threats......
Articles C2 Fall 2021 DevOps Hack Shack HPE DEV

Discovering HPE DEV: One Developer’s Journey

Jay Giang
As a full-stack developer, I’m always looking for ways to more easily build out applications. In my exploration, I came across the HPE Developer web portal (aka, the HPE DEV site). One of the first...
Articles C2 Spring 2021 DevOps

HPE Developer Community Meets a Changing World Head On

Dale Rensing
The world is changing. When have those words never been true? The only real constant in life is change. How you deal with change is what defines how you will survive – and thrive. Consider...
Articles C2 Spring 2021 Data

Building a container strategy―13 potholes to avoid

Robert Christiansen
Containers and the rise of Kubernetes is the most talked-about, most impactful IT technology today. Containers give enterprises the ability to do amazing things, like build applications faster, move workloads between platforms, and optimize their...
C2 Fall 2020

End-to-End Cloud Data Security: Shouldn’t It Be a No-Brainer?

comforte
Hardly a week goes by without news of a high-profile data breach. Sometimes, the damage is quite limited either due to the low market value of the apprehended data, the strength of the data security...
C2 Summer 2020

Run containers on bare metal or VMs, on any cloud, or at the edge

Kumar Sreekanti
According to a recent IDC survey,[1] the enterprise market is at a roughly 50-50 split between running containers on-premises (51.55%) versus in the public cloud (48.45%). The same report found a similar 50-50 split when it...