Developers are straining under the demands of ‘you build it, you run it,’ and operators are feeling more pressure too. Is it time to separate both?
Stories by Scott Carey
The upstart internet security and edge infrastructure vendor has reinvented itself to challenge the hyperscale cloud providers. Can it succeed?
The streaming giant lost less subscribers than expected during the second quarter of 2022, and hopes that a new ad-supported tier will boost growth.
Most developers are working remotely and favour a flexible working environment where they can use their favourite technologies.
The German automaker runs a massive fleet of Kubernetes clusters to support a wide range of project teams around the world.
Salesforce started the financial year well but will slow down hiring and M&A activity, as technology companies continue to get hit hard by the stock market.
Most organisations think of their technical debt as a burden to be managed. Others are finding more success by making it an important part of the day-to-day job of a developer.
The cloud vendor is putting its weight behind Gitops as a better way to manage and control configurations across fast-growing Kubernetes environments.
Google is extending its Firebase software development platform to allow developers to customise pre-built code extensions themselves.
Docker Extensions allow Docker Desktop to integrate with a range of partner tools for software supply chain security, CI/CD and Kubernetes deployment.
Cloudflare for Platforms provides a set of tools and an API standard that would allow developers to customise any web application.
Back-end developers need simpler provisioning and management of infrastructure to truly enable simple, repeatable environment builds. Help is on the way.
Despite Amazon Web Services going from strength to strength, the retail giant suffered its first quarterly loss since 2015 to start the financial year.
As the new CEO of the enterprise search specialist, Ashutosh Kulkarni is reorganising the company to focus on selling cloud software.
The latest version of the Kubernetes container orchestration platform will no longer natively support the Docker container runtime.
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