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Defining Cloud Native Adrian Cockcroft, VP Cloud Architecture Strategy at AWS, defines Cloud Native design principles as: Pay as you go, afterwards Self-service: Everything is API deployed Globally distributed by default Zones and Regions-based high availability Very high utilization: Turn things off extremely aggressively Immutable code deployments Open source at AWS (2m 05sec) Adrian explains the participation of AWS in industry organizations such as the Cloud Native Foundation. The post Cloud Native at AWS – Adrian Cockcroft, Amazon Web Services appeared first on CBPN. ... (more)

Inside Azure OS

From 1:05:20 Mark explains some key Azure innovations that reveal insights into the challenges of running hyper-scale cloud providers. The post Inside Azure OS appeared first on CBPN. ... (more)

Mark Russinovich – Azure Container Service

Microsoft Azure CTO provides an update about support for Kubernetes, including a fully managed service the AKS Cluster. The post Mark Russinovich – Azure Container Service appeared first on CBPN. ... (more)

Container Journey: Past, Present, and Future

Brendan Burns, director of engineering at Microsoft Azure and Kubernetes Co-Founder delivers the opening keynote ‘Container Journey: Past, Present, and Future’ at Container Camp AU on 22-24 May, 2017 at the SMC Centre in Sydney, Australia. The post Container Journey: Past, Present, and Future appeared first on CBPN. ... (more)

Accenture – Open Source DevOps

There are also a wealth of open source options for building a toolchain. Described in this blog is the news Accenture open sourced their own DevOps design and tool set, and also an overview for how you can repeat your own implementation of their powerful model. ‘ADOP’ – Accenture DevOps Platform is: a framework that glues together a suite of open source development tools and provides a really quick way of mobilizing software development projects in a consistent way, using a standard set of tools and processes (for example, Continuous Delivery). The framework can be configured for... (more)