Glen Knight

NYC Based IT Professional

F5 Networks Launches Next-Gen ADC Based on NGINX

F5 Networks this week launched version 3.0 of its NGINX application delivery controller (ADC) that adds application programming interface (API) management tools, analytics and monitoring tools, a service mesh, a certificate manager, a developer portal and integrations with multiple continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) platforms. Ken Bocchino, director of product management for NGINX at F5 Networks, […]

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Itential Democratizes Network Automation with Release of Automation Studio

Itential Automation Platform expands cross-functional participation through its rapid, low-code environment for easy creation and management of end to end network automations  BARCELONA and ATLANTA, JANUARY 28, 2020 /PRWeb/ — ItentialÒ, the leader in intelligent automation for multi-domain networks, today announced at Cisco Live EMEA the availability of Automation Studio, a low-code environment for rapid […]

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Three Ways You Can Embrace Curiosity to Climb the Career Ladder

As the product manager of a high-growth startup, my role has evolved quickly over the past four years. When we started the company, in a garage along one of the many Amsterdam canals, I found myself doing everything from writing code to taking out the trash and ordering dinner for the late nights in the […]

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SauceCon 2020 Speaker Profile: Hilary Weaver-Robb

This is the second in a series of articles highlighting speakers at SauceCon 2020. SauceCon brings together the global community of Sauce Labs users and continuous testing experts to learn from each other and level up their automated testing and continuous delivery skills. This year’s event will be held April 27-29 in Austin, Texas, and […]

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Update on Amazon Linux AMI end-of-life

Launched in September 2010, the Amazon Linux AMI has helped numerous customers build Linux-based applications on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). In order to bring them even more security, stability, and productivity, we introduced Amazon Linux 2 in 2017. Adding many modern features, Amazon Linux 2 is backed by long-term support, and we strongly encourage […]

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The Battle for End-to-End DevOps Champion Is On

This past week’s CollabNet/Xebia Labs merger brings another challenger to the “end-to-end” DevOps market. There is a huge prize waiting for the winner. But which of the challengers has the right stuff to win this battle? Will any of the current pack even be around at the end of the day? Who will be the […]

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The Risks and Potential Impacts Associated with Open Source

Open source software (OSS) is built by communities of developers who contribute their knowledge and time to OSS projects they find appealing. That code can then be used by individuals, communities and organizations in their software products—the only obligation they have is to play under the rules of the license with which the OSS project […]

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Pendulums and DevOps

I have long noted the trend of pendulums in IT, particularly in organizations with longer histories. Centralized IT will be achieved, its weaknesses noticed and a movement will begin to decentralize. Decentralized IT is achieved, and people remember its weaknesses, causing centralization. The same is true with speed of delivery versus quality. Faster will be […]

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Ghost in the Machine

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AWS DataSync Update – Support for Amazon FSx for Windows File Server

AWS DataSync helps you to move large amounts of data into and out of the AWS Cloud. As I noted in New – AWS DataSync – Automated and Accelerated Data Transfer, our customers use DataSync for their large-scale migration, upload & process, archiving, and backup/DR use cases. Amazon FSx for Windows File Server gives you […]

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