Showing posts from August 21, 2015

Manage your own stack and deploy independently to shared infrastructure.

Shared services infrastructures are at the core of technological innovations that improve and will enhance our working and living conditions.
Technologies such as Tectonic, CoreOS, Kubernetes, Rancher and Docker feed and streamline this momentum transforming inter alia: the way you build, run, monitor, scale and deliver apps.
With containers and Tectonic, for example, your cluster can be more efficient and reliable than using VMs. recalls that, the Tectonic Console provides a global view of the cluster and each team can manage its own stack and deploy independently to shared infrastructure.

Row-Level Security for Azure SQL Database in our data-driven age.

Data-centric enterprises face more and more new kind of challenges including:
Fine-grained access control over rows in a table,
Determine which users can access what data,
Allow more flexibility and data protection when multiple users or applications need access to different records in the same database tables,
More easily meet internal or industry compliance policies. salutes the new dynamic behind Row-Level Securityfor Azure SQL Database, that can help streamline these experiences.

Windows Server 2016 Preview with Containers and Software-Defined Datacenter Updates.

Microsoft balances progressively its innovations with open source technologies. A strategic approach that is henceforth indispensable for this company disrupted by groundbreaking technologies from the open source community. 
The first public preview Windows Server Containers integrates these benefits, including new Nano Server functionality and software-defined datacenter enhancements with the goal to help you build streamlined modern applications and services.

Windows Server Containers can create a highly agile Windows Server environment through the DevOps process.
Windows developers familiar with technologies such as .NET, ASP.NET, and PowerShell can leverage these innovations .Windows Server Containers are now part of the Docker open source project. These containers can be deployed and managed either using PowerShell or the Docker client.

Linux services be distributed as Docker containers.

It is exciting to witness increasing innovations around application-containers or containers-technologies namely: Docker, CoreOS , Kubernetes and others.
All these technologies contribute to streamline our digital experiences. Henceforth software, hardware, mobile app and web apps are further sure, reliable, secure, flexible, and easily scalable.
The Open source initiative is winning! Awesome news for our digital age. RancherOS has joined the momentum by building what one call ‘’a minimalist Linux distribution for running Docker containers’’. 
Here, Docker is ran directly on top of the Linux Kernel, and all user-space Linux services be distributed as Docker containers. 
RancherOS is designed to leverage the Docker API and host sophisticated management agents. The goal is to manage them at large scale in production by container management platforms like Rancher.