Last month Scott Moore hosted the Atlanta stop of his Performance Tour at Shadow-Soft HQ. In this blog post, Shadow-Soft’s Bill Hayden shares a recap of some of the key ideas discussed during the event.
Posts Categorized: Containers
Densify, the leader in the Cloud and Container Resource Management software market, and Shadow-Soft a leading North American Systems Integrator, today announced a partnership to help bring innovation and new thinking around cloud and container resource management to their mutual customers.
Jenkins Pipeline is the industry standard for developing pipelines to automate workflows, integrations, and deployments. In this article, we will explore an end-to-end pipeline that begins with building a Docker image for an application, and ends with deploying it to a Kubernetes cluster.
What questions would you ask your data if you weren’t restricted by your infrastructure? If you could get answers back in minutes, how would you use this insight to make better business decisions? Business challenge Our retail client is competing…
Just about every organization—private or public, enterprise or mid-market—is searching for a way to stay relevant to its customers and compete in the new digital economy. And, as most savvy business leaders are quickly recognizing, digital transformation starts with software.…
It’s become increasingly important for business leaders beyond the technical side to understand application containerization. The same features that make containerization an important tool for developers also create immense, and often untapped, business value.
If you’re a CIO, CTO, or a general business leader, you’ve probably come to terms with the fact that “digital transformation” is both an overused marketing buzzword and a real mandate—with very real implications for your organization and, frankly, your…
While some business leaders still shy away from open source tools, others are recognizing the benefits of cheaper, more flexible technology with accountability built in. Microservice development and management is one place where open source technology shines.
The rise of microservices and containerized environments comes with its own set of demands and challenges for developers. Developers are being asked to quickly and reliably bring new features to market, and adhere to strict best practices.
If you’re looking for a secure, lightweight solution to consolidating and managing application environments, you might consider using containers. In this article, Thomas explores some of the benefits of using containers.