Posts Tagged ‘InfoQ’

I went along to Serverlessconf last week and wrote up a couple of InfoQ news pieces about it: Day 1 – Serverless Operations is Not a Solved Problem The emergent theme from day one of the Serverlessconf London 2016 was that far from being ‘NoOps’, Serverless platforms bring with them substantial operational challenges. The physical servers […]


Background The last two interviews that I’ve done for InfoQ have been with Anil Mahavapeddy and Bryan Cantrill, and in both cases we talked about unikernels. Anil is very much pro unikernels, whilst Bryan takes the opposing view. A long and rambling Twitter thread about oncoming architecture diversity in Docker images took a turn into the unikernel […]


Docker Inc have announced their acquisition of Tutum, ‘The Docker Platform for Dev and Ops’ that allows users to ‘Build, deploy, and manage your apps across any cloud’. The rationale for the deal is to complement Docker Hub, which takes care of ‘build’ and ‘ship’, with Tutum as the platform for ‘run’. continue reading the […]


Docker inc. have announced the release of Docker 1.8, which brings with it some new and updated tools in addition to new engine features. Docker Toolbox provides a packaged system aiming to be, ‘the fastest way to get up and running with a Docker development environment’, and replaces Boot2Docker. The most significant change to Docker Engine […]


Many of the big data technologies in common use originated from Google and have become popular open source platforms, but now Google is bringing an increasing range of big data services to market as part of its Google Cloud Platform. InfoQ caught up with Google’s William Vambenepe, who’s lead product manager for big data services […]


BanyanOps have published a report stating that ‘Over 30% of Official Images in Docker Hub Contain High Priority Security Vulnerabilities’, which include some of the sensational 2014 issues such as ShellShock and Heartbleed. The analysis also looks at user generated ‘general’ repositories and finds an even greater level of vulnerability. Their conclusion is that images […]


Weave is an overlay networking system for Docker containers. Whilst Docker can already link containers on a single host, Weave provides connectivity for containers that are spread across multiple hosts. It has been released under the Apache 2 open source license by Zettio, a new company targeting ‘apps for the zettabyte era’ founded by RabbitMQ […]


Docker based platform as a service (PaaS) Deis has announced integration with Docker Hub as a source for container images. This complements their existing integration with git. The open source platform is built on Docker and CoreOS to present a Heroku inspired workflow. continue reading the full story at InfoQ


InfoQ articles

19Jun14

I bumped into a friend and former colleague earlier in the week who reads this blog, but didn’t realise that I now write cloud stuff for InfoQ. Please take a look – most of the recent stories are about Docker, but I also do my best to cover the most important cloud news in a […]