Are you interested in learning more about Kubernetes, DevOps and Containers? Do you have problems and challenges in your organization and need solutions? Maybe you're just looking to better understand which vendors and technologies are out there and available to you. VMblog's Mega Series is the perfect series for you!
As part of the VMblog Mega Series, over the next few months, you'll hear from a number of industry experts and leaders across multiple topics to help you make important decisions within your own organization.
In this episode, VMblog is joined by industry expert, Martez Reed, Director of Technical Marketing at Morpheus. Watch and learn as he provides a quick overview on Morpheus, and explores the who, what, why of Kubernetes and Containers.
What is Kubernetes and what are the drawbacks to container technology? What are the benefits and the coming trends? How might Kubernetes and container tools impact a company's staffing and talent strategy? How should companies approach security?
Find out how Morpheus and their solutions differentiate from competitors, and why a company might choose their offering over others in the industry. And stick around for a demo to see it in action for yourself.
Learn more at the Morpheus website.
Welcome to the VMblog 2021 Mega Series where we'll be covering a number of different and important topics throughout the coming months. In this series, you'll be hearing from the industry leaders and experts in order to help you make important decisions within your own organization. Follow along for a chance to better understand a number of topics and find out more about some of the best technologies available out there in the industry.
2017 was a turning point for container orchestration, as other contenders for container orchestration winner waved the white flag and announced support for Kubernetes. Kubernetes as next-gen infrastructure not only abstracts out compute, storage, and network for container workloads, but also provides many features traditionally only offered in PaaS platforms, such as automated deployment, scaling, load balancing, logging and monitoring of container based application workloads. This, plus Kubernetes' maintenance of desired state against a declarative model makes the application developer and operator's lives a lot easier.
VMBlog speaks with Betty Junod, Product Marketing for Docker at DockerCon 2017 in Austin, TX.
Hedvig provides software-defined storage for enterprises building private, hybrid, or multi-cloud environments. The Hedvig Distributed Storage Platform is the only solution designed for both primary and secondary data, making it ideal for legacy, modern, and backup workloads. It consolidates block, file, and object into a single, API-driven platform that keeps pace with ever-growing data needs. Hedvig's patented Universal Data Plane technology forms a distributed, scale-out cluster that transforms commodity servers or cloud computing into a flexible foundation for bare metal, hypervisor, and container infrastructure.
Read the exclusive pre-show interview with VMblog and Hedvig to learn what they have planned for DockerCon 2017.
Cavirin provides continuous security assessment and remediation across physical, public, and hybrid clouds, supporting AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, VMware, KVM, and Docker. The company's solutions offer continuous visibility, are agentless and multi-tenant, and scale to the largest physical and virtual infrastructures. They offer up-to-the-minute compliance assessments, supplying audit-ready evidence as measured by every major regulatory and security best practice framework including CIS, DISA, PCI and HIPAA. With Cavirin, companies are empowered to make the right decisions faster and de-risk their cloud migrations.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview with VMblog and Cavirin to learn what they have planned for DockerCon 2017.
Are you attending DockerCon 2017 in Austin, TX next month? If so, I invite you to add Diamanti to your MUST SEE list of vendors.
Diamanti is taking a hardware appliance approach to helping customers deploy and manage containerized workloads in production at scale. Mark Balch, VP of Products at Diamanti, last spoke to me in August 2016 about a common use case they see for customers embracing continuous integration, continuous deployment (CI/CD).
Containers bring many benefits, with huge performance benefits compared to VMs at scale. I followed up with Mark for a more general discussion about TCO of virtual machines versus containers.
To learn even more, you can visit Diamanti at DockerCon 2017 at booth S9.
IT teams are adopting containers to realize agility, scale, and efficiency benefits while reducing costs. Although containers are mostly ephemeral, stateful applications using containers often require companies to maintain their data beyond the existence of the individual container. Designed to address the needs of all containerized apps, Veritas HyperScale for Containers uses a revolutionary dual-plane architecture to deliver enterprise capabilities, including integration for backup and disaster recovery.
Read VMblog's exclusive pre-show interview with Veritas to learn more about what they have planned for the upcoming event.
Couchbase is part of the $35 billion database market and has quickly built a reputation among the Fortune 500 as the performance and scalability leader among NoSQL vendors. They deliver NoSQL database technology for businesses focused on digital innovation. Developers around the world build enterprise web, mobile, and IoT applications on the Couchbase data management platform to support massive data volumes in real time. The Couchbase platform includes Couchbase Server, Couchbase Lite - the first mobile NoSQL database, and Couchbase Sync Gateway.
Read VMblog's exclusive pre-show interview with Couchbase to learn what they have planned for the upcoming event.