Knative project stokes interest in event-driven IT ops

SEATTLE — Serverless computing is usually thought of as a developer tool, but some IT pros see the Knative project and imagine an event-driven future for themselves. Knative, launched by IBM and Google in July 2018, provides a set of middleware components that manage the container back end for serverless functions and link together
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Various industry domains are generating an immense amount of data and as a result the amount of data in existence demands for big data solutions to be in place in for storage and management. Big data architectures are set up to streamline and maintain the datasets. As today’s businesses have become data-driven, big data services
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Attorneys general from twelve US states have joined together to file the first-ever joint cross-state HIPAA lawsuit against a healthcare provider that got hacked in the summer of 2015. The lawsuit, filed in an Indiana court on Monday, alleges that Medical Informatics Engineering and its subsidiary NoMoreClipboard –collectively known and doing business as MIE– had
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Despite the fact that electronic health records (EHR) contain extremely sensitive information about individuals, it is shockingly easy for malicious actors to get their hands on them, Intsights security researchers have discovered. It took them some 90 hours to try to gain access to 50 databases used by healthcare organizations and they found that 15
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techrepublic Kubernetes: The smart person’s guide Kubernetes is a series of open source projects for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. Find out why the ecosystem matters, how to use it, and more. Read More If you want to use a safe third-party container, smart people know they should turn to Bitnami.
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PHOTO: Alessandro Vallainc Intranet search comes with its own set of challenges. This year I’ve seen a number of issues arise with search implementations in intranets. Part of this lies in the fact that, as always with search, it isn’t just a technology issue. In fact, on the technology side we’ve seen signs of progress.
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Watching an Andy Jassy AWS re:Invent keynote can feel like attending the opening lecture of a killer college course where you’re taking notes so fast your brain can’t process all the information. Only after several days of rereading your notes and cross-referencing the course text does it begin to make sense. Jassy, like Jensen Huang
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The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. source Fossil From the first smartphone I owned, I’ve always been an Android user. Much to the chagrin of nearly all my friends and peers, I really do
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A number of open source types are heading toward Seattle, Washington, on Monday, if they’re not already installed there, to attend the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s (CNCF) KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018 confab. The forecast for the cloud-centric event is rain, with widespread Kubernetes. The gathering begins Tuesday, not counting preparatory cocktails. Nonetheless, a
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Released cloud platform Nextcloud 15, developing as a fork of the project, ownCloud launched by major developers of the system. Nextcloud and ownCloud allow on their server systems to deploy a full cloud storage with support for synchronization and data exchange, as well as offering such related functions as the means for doing videoconference, messaging,
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