Datawise.io (now Diamanti) is proud to be part of the CNCF, as announced today by the Linux Foundation. Simply put, our goal is to help make application deployment with containers as ubiquitous as virtual machines are today. This does not necessarily mean replacing VMs. Working with VM images, networking VMs, and optimizing storage for VM-based applications are part of our everyday lives and supported by a rich, open ecosystem. Developers and IT operators deserve mainstream, predictable tools and processes to achieve desired application behavior using containers.Read more
Welcome to the Diamanti blogging community, where Diamanti executives, employees, and non-
employees alike exchange views about new container requirements and best practices for using
Diamanti and standards-based technologies.
There has been a trend in applications and infrastructure away from optimization towards agility. Think SQL databases of yesterday – define your structures/tables, deploy them on a purpose built infrastructure, optimize your queries and tune your compute/network/storage...Read more
Containerized applications are entering the mainstream, as witnessed by presentations from financial services and media users at the recent Tectonic Summit held in New York. Attendees heard about a real-time trading application, popular entertainment services, and container services for thousands of developers - all in production.Read more
A revolutionary change to the datacenter is occurring as DevOps, the merging of continuous development with operations, becomes more mainstream. According to Gartner, by 2016, DevOps will become a mainstream strategy in 25 percent of global 2000 Organizations. And recently the merchandising giant Target has announced that they are moving to the DevOps model and have created an incubator project to teach internal engineering and datacenter staff the new systems of management.Read more
Have you noticed that “IO” means different things to different people? “IO” to an administrator or developer of Cisco gear means network, whereas “IO” to an administrator or developer of EMC gear means storage.Read more