Glen Knight

NYC Based IT Professional

Now Available – EC2 Instances (G4) with NVIDIA T4 Tensor Core GPUs

The NVIDIA-powered G4 instances that I promised you earlier this year are available now and you can start using them today in eight AWS regions in six sizes! You can use them for machine learning training & inferencing, video transcoding, game streaming, and remote graphics workstations applications. The instances are equipped with up to four […]

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5 Key Skills Developers Need to Master in Order to Thrive

The promise of the cloud, in its essence, allows the IT department to focus on generating business value rather than spinning cycles fixing and managing infrastructure. However, the cloud is not a one-size-fits-all proposition, and many early adopters are finding it challenging to move to the cloud. There are well-documented cases of huge budget overruns, […]

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Should Your Company Use DBaaS?

From SaaS to IaaS, companies are rapidly moving to the cloud to gain huge agility and cost benefits. So, is it time for your company to take advantage of database as a service (DBaaS)? Here’s a high-level discussion to help you along your decision path. First, it’s important to distinguish DBaaS from simply running a […]

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The History of Computing, Part 4: Code Editors

The post The History of Computing, Part 4: Code Editors appeared first on DevOps.com. Source: DevOps.com

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‘DevOps in the Multicloud World’ Virtual Summit Puts IBM Z in the Spotlight

Got mainframes on the mind? Wonder how you can unlock the value of the platform for mission critical workloads? Trying to figure out where IBM Z fits in an increasingly cloud native IT environment? Those questions and others will be discussed in an upcoming virtual summit that explores the role of IBM Z —within the […]

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New Relic Extends Observability Reach and Scope

At its FUTURESTACK 2019 event in New York today, New Relic announced it has extended the New Relic One Observability Platform to add support for its new Logs, Traces, Metrics and AI module offerings. Ken Gavranovic, general manager and senior vice president of products for New Relic, said his company is committed to extending the […]

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Instana Releases First .Net Core Performance Management Solution that Includes Automatic Tracing of all Requests

Instana was First to Announce .Net Core Instrumentation at 2018 Microsoft Ignite Conference Solingen, Germany and San Mateo, CA – September 19, 2019 – Instana, the leading provider of automated APM solutions for cloud-based microservice applications, announced the release of automatic code-level monitoring and tracing for .Net Core. That brings the total number of programming […]

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Why Integration Must Be Hybrid

Integration is the central piece that ties your enterprise together. The need to integrate has only increased with the proliferation of SaaS applications, IoT sensors and devices, B2B e-commerce supply chains and mobile app development in addition to the vast number of applications that still reside in on-premises data centers which also host mainframe, legacy […]

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Split Software Adds Feature Monitoring to Feature Delivery Toolset

One of the issues that has long plagued both development and test is determining exactly where problem code exists. The increasing rate of change that agile and DevOps have brought to projects makes this problem worse than ever because changes today can impact code from yesterday–or yesteryear. The constant flux that modern software is in […]

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IoT Security Concerns

The Internet of Things (IoT) is being hailed as the next step in our technological development. It’s hard to argue with that. The abilities it provides are as captivating as they are numerous: smart cars and homes, automatized agriculture, advancements in medicine that help with after-stroke recovery and the list goes on. However, while the […]

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