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20 Jul 2017 Training Thursdays: Streamlined Oracle OpenStack Installation [65077]
By: Antoinette Osullivan

Antoinette blogs, "Oracle OpenStack is packaged as a set of Docker images for streamlining installation and running within Docker containers which eliminates the need to install components individually and directly on nodes. You can install Oracle OpenStack from the Oracle Container Registry.

By taking the Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux: Getting Started seminar, you will see the steps involved in achieving a multi-node deployment as well as troubleshooting tips..."
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20 Jul 2017 A Serverless Architecture Could Live In Your Data Center [65002]
Search ITOperations, July 20th 2017

"Just because you don't see the server doesn't mean it's not there. Serverless frameworks are superseding containers, but is the extra abstraction worth it?

Have you figured out everything you need to know about managing and operating container environments already? How to host them in your production data centers at scale? Transform all your legacy apps into containerized versions? Train your developers to do agile DevOps, and turn your IT admins into cloud brokers? Not quite yet?..."
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19 Jul 2017 Automation Not Optional: How Containers, Microservices, And Serverless Apps Change The Cloud [65071]
Forbes, July 19th 2017

"Building and deploying software is vastly different from how it was done just a few years ago. With the popularity of containers and microservices, developers can push out a new crop of cloud-native applications faster than ever. But technologies that make developers' lives easier still tend to create complexity for the IT operations teams that have to keep those apps running, warns Daniel Lopez Ridruejo, cofounder and CEO of San Francisco-based Bitnami, which provides open source application packages for Oracle Cloud and other IT infrastructure service providers..."
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19 Jul 2017 Why Docker Won't Kill Virtual Machines [65062]
Container Journal, July 19th 2017

"Conventional wisdom posits that Docker containers are killing virtual machines. That's an overstatement. VMware, KVM and other virtual machine platforms still have bright futures. Here's why.

There's no doubt that Docker's debut in 2013 changed the game in significant ways for traditional virtualization. Organizations that had once depended on VMware or KVM for all of their software deployment needs found a new option in Docker. Docker made application containers a practical alternative to virtual machines.

There's also no doubt that the Docker revolution is forcing VMware and other companies to change their strategy in major ways. They can't count on keeping their customers simply by providing a compelling alternative to bare-metal servers..."
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16 Jul 2017 South Florida Technology Alliance (SFTA) Social Meetups: vBeers @ Biergarten Boca [64827]
Wednesday, July 19th, 2017: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

The South Florida Technology Alliance (SFTA) vBeers events happen four times each month, once each in these cities: Palm Beach Gardens, Oakland Park, Boca Raton and Miami.

These informal networking/social events provide a relaxed environment to meet with other hands-on IT professionals and promote the growth of IT in South Florida.

Wednesday, July 19th @ Biergarten Boca

  • 309 Via De Palmas #90, Boca Raton,FL 33432
  • 5:00PM - 8:30PM
  • features $5 burger and fries and happy hour beer prices -

Upcoming Events:

  • Wednesday, July 19th @ Biergarten Boca, Boca Raton
  • Wednesday, July 26th @ Tap42 Midtown
  • Wednesday, August 2nd @ Yard House, Palm Beach Gardens
  • Wednesday, August 9th @ Funky Buddha Brewery, Oakland Park

Read on for detailed schedule
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