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Sep 13, 2018

Containers and Microservices On the Agenda at @CloudExpo By @IoT2040 [#DevOps]

The 16th Cloud Expo has added coverage containers and microservices to its program for New York, to be held June 9-11 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. Cloud Expo has long been the single, independent show where delegates and technology vendors can meet to experience and discuss the entire world of the cloud. This year will be no different. Containers are an old concept that saw renewed life with the emergence of Docker in 2013. Then late in 2014, CoreOS shook up the cloud-computing world by announcing its own container strategy called Rocket. Meanwhile, enterprise IT heavyweight Red Hat continues its support of Linux containers in general. Simultaneously, a new focus on microservices—as opposed to monolithic architectures—is being discussed, designed, and deployed. The beauty—some would say, problem--of containers is that developers can stuff anything into them. But rather than simply pour old applications, operating systems, and other resources into new containers, others argue that a renewed use of them presents a golden opportunity to develop, orchestrate, and deploy loosely coupled microservices into truly breakthrough cloud environments. The debate should be spirited and valuable in New York, as Cloud Expo devotes a complete track to Containers, Microservices, and the Hot Topics that go with them. These debates are occurring against a backdrop of growing hybrid cloud in the enterprise. Public-cloud providers are investing billions of dollars annually into their infrastructure, and organizations are allocating increasing amounts of their IT budgets to the cloud. Cloud Expo thus brings together all this in a single location: Cloud Computing Big Data | Analytics Internet of Things DevOps Containers WebRTC With cloud computing driving a higher percentage of enterprise IT budgets every year, it becomes increasingly important to learn about the latest technology developments and solutions. Recent research has shown other key trends: The growth of Big Data reinforces the need for cloud solutions to handle exponentially more information flow – we are entering the Age of the Zettabyte The Internet of Things (IoT) will result in 30 to 50 billion connected devices within five years, according to London-based research company Ovum. Containers are not only back in style, but there is serious debate about the best container strategy and best providers. The importance of DevOps is now being realized throughout the industry, and learning about best practices is more important than ever WebRTC is removing the difficulties and bottleneck of video and web communications Cloud Expo offers a vast selection technical and strategic Industry Keynotes, General Sessions, Breakout Sessions, and signature Power Panels. The exhibition floor features 100+ exhibitors offering specific solutions and comprehensive strategies. The floor also features a Demo Theater that give delegates the opportunity to get even closer to the technology they want to see and the people who offer it. I look forward to seeing everyone in New York in June.

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