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Service Mesh: The Best Way to Scale Enterprise Apps
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Accidental Tech Podcast • Marco Arment
Arista CEO Ullal: You Can’t Make Everyone Happy All the Time
Barron's • Tiernan Ray
Microsoft sees small, medium units in Tier 2 & 3 towns taking to cloud
The Hindu Business Line • Our Bureau
Walmart’s cloud is enabling its development (WMT)
Business Insider • Daniel Keyes
Docker Blog Series Part 5 – Understanding new container management features in Service Fabric
MSDN Blogs • Pam Lahoud
Neil Young On The Death Of The Pono Music Service
hypebot • Bruce Houghton
SAP Fiori Deployment Options and Recommendations
SAP Blogs • Carola Steinmaier
Why Choosing Between Android and iOS Still Matters
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Service Mesh: The Best Way to Scale Enterprise Apps
DZoneZach Jory
Microservices are great for DevOps, but the service-to-service communication these architectures depend on are complex to run and manage at production scale. Enter service mesh: the best way for enterprises to scale, secure and monitor apps. A service mesh is a dedicated...
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Cloud Computing Services, Security Software & Services
Better Know a Blogger: SJVN on Linux, Microsoft, space roadsters, and more
Smart PlanetDavid Gewirtz
The accompanying video is the latest in our Better Know a Blogger series. The purpose of this series is to get to know the real people whose articles we read and rely on every day. This time, I have the honor of...
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Cloud Computing Services, Mobile Phones
261: Seven-Dollar Plastic Garbage
Accidental Tech PodcastMarco Arment
#askatp Are advanced safety features in cars comparable across marques? Post-show: Parenting Sponsored by: Away: Travel smarter with the suitcase that charges your phone. Get $20 off any suitcase with code ATP. Linode: Get one of the fastest, most efficient SSD cloud...
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Cloud Computing Services, Finance
Arista CEO Ullal: You Can’t Make Everyone Happy All the Time
Barron'sTiernan Ray
Raymond James’s Simon Leopold writes that the buy-side was probably looking for about $470 to $475 million in revenue last quarter, versus the $468 million reported. Paul Silverstein with Cowen & Co., who has an Outperform rating on the stock, writes that...
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Cloud Computing Services, Microsoft Corp
Microsoft sees small, medium units in Tier 2 & 3 towns taking to cloud
The Hindu Business LineOur Bureau
Microsoft sees growing awareness among small and medium businesses in non-metro locations for adoption of cloud technologies. “Tier-2 and Tier-3 locations are catching up fast due to broadband penetration and advancements. Also, small business units see some value in going for cloud...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Walmart’s cloud is enabling its development (WMT)
Business InsiderDaniel Keyes
This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "E-Commerce Briefing" subscribers hours before appearing on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. Many retailers rent from third-party services to meet their cloud needs, but Walmart has invested in its...
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Cloud Computing Services, Technology Industry
Docker Blog Series Part 5 – Understanding new container management features in Service Fabric
MSDN BlogsPam Lahoud
In the latest post in his Docker series, Premier Developer consultant Monu Bambroo talks about some of the new features in Service Fabric regarding container management. Service Fabric is a distributed systems platform that makes it easy to package, deploy, and manage...
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Cloud Computing Services, Digital Media
Neil Young On The Death Of The Pono Music Service
hypebotBruce Houghton
A year after announcing the demise of his portable music player Pono, Canadian rocker Neil Young is still beating the music quality drum with the launch of a new music streaming service, the Neil Young Archives. The Neil Young Archive is a...
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Cloud Computing Services, SAP AG
SAP Fiori Deployment Options and Recommendations
SAP BlogsCarola Steinmaier
Introducing SAP Fiori, including the SAP Fiori launchpad as the entry point for end users, there are several deployment options available. Which deployment options fits best, depends on several aspects, like the usage scenarios, the system landscape setup and the general strategic...
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Android (operating system), Apple Inc
Why Choosing Between Android and iOS Still Matters
AnimalsAlex Cranz To Gizmodo, David Nield On Field Guide, Shared
Fire up an iPhone X alongside a Galaxy Note 8 and you might not think there’s all that much to choose between Android and iOS any more. They offer the same apps, in the same sorts of grids, with similar approaches to...
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