Docker gives into inevitable and offers native Kubernetes support

 When it comes to container orchestration, it seems clear that Kubernetes, the open source tool developed by Google, has won the battle for operations’ hearts and minds. It therefore shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who’s been paying attention that Docker announced native support for Kubernetes today at DockerCon Europe in Copenhagen.
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Red Hat continues steady march toward $5 billion revenue goal

 The last time I spoke to Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst in June 2016, he had set a pretty audacious goal for his company to achieve $5 billion in revenue. At the time, that seemed a bit far-fetched. After all, his company had just become the first open source company to surpass $2 billion in revenue. Getting to five represented a significant challenge because as he pointed out, the bigger you… Read More

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Google, IBM and others launch an open source API for keeping tabs on software supply chains

 Thanks to containers and microservices, the way we are building software is quickly changing. But as with all change, these new models also introduce new problems. You probably still want to know who actually built a given container and what’s running in it. To get a handle on this, Google, JFrog, Red Hat, IBM, Black Duck, Twistlock, Aqua Security and CoreOS today announced Grafeas… Read More

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