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KubeCon 2019

Six Takeaways from KubeCon 2019


By Tasha Drew Going into KubeCon 2019, the idea of bringing about processes that make it easier for more people to both participate in and benefit from the work the collective community has created in the Kubernetes project was top of mind. As I shared with Tim Pepper and Bryan Liles during a podcast on Read more...
Security Lab

VMware Joins GitHub’s New Security Lab as a Founding Member


By Joshua Lock Following GitHub’s announcement of its new Security Lab at last week’s GitHub Universe 2019, I’m thrilled to share that VMware will be a founding member, along with thirteen other companies, that will contribute time and expertise to the effort. The announcement summarized it perfectly: “We all share a collective responsibility to keep Read more...
EdgeX Open

Takeaways from EdgeX Foundry’s First Ever Hackathon


EdgeX Foundry, the vendor-neutral open source framework for IoT solutions with over a million downloads, recently held its first hackathon, EdgeX Open over two days in October in Chicago. Co-hosted by the Linux Foundation’s LF Edge organization and the Retail Industry Leaders Association, the competitive event attracted over 70 participants to work on retail edge Read more...

7 Best Practices for Writing Edge Microservice-based Applications


By Diana Atanasova and Malini Bhandaru The Internet of Things (IoT) is sparking the Fourth Industrial Revolution, one that promises to blend our physical and digital worlds in powerful new ways, enable a wave of novel applications, and unlock significant value. Traditional cloud computing networks are highly centralized, with data produced at the edge traveling Read more...