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Prepare for the future of distributed cloud computing

InfoWorld on 08/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

Distributed cloud, according to Gartner, “is the distribution of public cloud services to different physical locations, while the operation, governance, updates, and evolution of the services are the responsibility of the originating public cloud provider.” That’s “analyst speak” which means we’re moving from centralized to decentralized cloud computing solutions. But we need to still maintain centralized control.If this is true—and it’s certainly a trend—then we need to be prepared for the distribution of physical processes, storage, and applications, with management, monitoring, security, and governance management layers that will make these complex distributed systems cloudops ready.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Prepare for the future of distributed cloud computing

InfoWorld on 08/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

Distributed cloud, according to Gartner, “is the distribution of public cloud services to different physical locations, while the operation, governance, updates, and evolution of the services are the responsibility of the originating public cloud provider.” That’s “analyst speak” which means we’re moving from centralized to decentralized cloud computing solutions. But we need to still maintain centralized control.If this is true—and it’s certainly a trend—then we need to be prepared for the distribution of physical processes, storage, and applications, with management, monitoring, security, and governance management layers that will make these complex distributed systems cloudops ready.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Rethinking software developer events after COVID-19

InfoWorld on 07/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

What if you held an event for software developers and no one showed up? If you’re a developer advocate, or in any kind of developer marketing role (even if you don’t call it that), that’s not your nightmare, that’s your reality. Developers all over the world are holed up in their bunkers with the cold blue glow of their LED monitors reflecting from their faces. They aren’t going to meet-ups or user groups, and they certainly aren’t getting on airplanes to go to conferences.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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GitHub usage analysis measures COVID-19 impact

InfoWorld on 07/05/2020 am31 00:24:00

The COVID-19 virus has prompted a sudden, global need for people to stay home. Software developers, like everyone else, have had to transition to a work-from-home world. For the users of GitHub, the COVID-19 pandemic has meant changes in work cadence and collaboration, along with an increased risk of burnout, a GitHub study of usage patterns on the Microsoft-owned code sharing site has found.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Best practices for selecting software composition analysis tools

InfoWorld on 06/05/2020 pm31 19:35:00

SCA tools automate the process of identifying and classifying open source code used in a development environment, identifying security, licensing and quality issues. Here's how to pick a product. Read the article
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Spell machine learning platform goes on-prem

InfoWorld on 06/05/2020 pm31 15:00:00

Spell, an end-to-end platform for machine learning and deep learning—covering data prep, training, deployment, and management—has announced Spell for Private Machines, a new version of its system that can be deployed on your own hardware as well as on cloud resources.Spell was founded by Serkan Piantino, former director of engineering at Facebook and founder of Facebook’s AI Research group. Spell allows teams to create reproducible machine learning systems that incorporate familiar tools such as Jupyter notebooks and that leverage cloud-hosted GPU compute instances.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Spell machine learning platform goes on-prem

InfoWorld on 06/05/2020 pm31 15:00:00

Spell, an end-to-end platform for machine learning and deep learning—covering data prep, training, deployment, and management—has announced Spell for Private Machines, a new version of its system that can be deployed on your own hardware as well as on cloud resources.Spell was founded by Serkan Piantino, former director of engineering at Facebook and founder of Facebook’s AI Research group. Spell allows teams to create reproducible machine learning systems that incorporate familiar tools such as Jupyter notebooks and that leverage cloud-hosted GPU compute instances.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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The most important part of an open source project

InfoWorld on 06/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

With all the talk about open source sustainability, it’s easy to focus on “hard currency” contributions to a project. You know, code or cash or documentation or something that the project maintainers can see or touch. But in a conversation with Rich Felker, the founder of the musl libc project, he said something that initially seemed provocative, even shocking, but then felt exactly right:Users, not code contributors, are the most important part of an open source project.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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12 tools that make Kubernetes easier

InfoWorld on 06/05/2020 pm31 12:00:00

Kubernetes has become a standard way—many would say the standard way—to deploy containerized applications at scale. But if Kubernetes helps us to tame sprawling and complex container deployments, what’s available to help us tame Kubernetes? It too can be complex, messy, and difficult to manage.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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C# Source Generators to boost performance in .NET 5

InfoWorld on 06/05/2020 am31 01:03:00

Microsoft has introduced a preview of a C# compiler capability called Source Generators that can inspect a program and generate source files that can be added to a compilation. Microsoft says Source Generators can improve performance in a number of scenarios.Introduced April 29, a Source Generator is a piece of code (a .NET Standard 2.0 assembly) that runs during compilation and can inspect a program to produce additional files that are compiled together with the rest of the code. [ Also on InfoWorld: 5 reasons we don’t write code like we used to ] Source Generators let C# developers do the following:To read this article in full, please click here Read the article

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