Developers are flocking to the public cloud, and if Red Hat’s recent moves are an indication, deploying operating systems and applications in the public cloud is catching on with the IT crowd as well.
This week, Red Hat and Google announced that Red Hat Enterprise Linux customers can migrate their operating system subscriptions to Google’s cloud platform.
Mt. Gox, the troubled Bitcoin exchange that filed for bankruptcy protection last week, just issued a new statement on its predicament. This latest announcement outlines Mt. Gox’s dire financial situation, and what the company plans to do about it.
The latest Chrome for Mobile update could help lower your data usage, but there’s a caveat—it will pass everything you browse through Google servers.
Google announced new Chrome data compression and bandwidth management that it says could cut your browsing data usage in half. This is an opt-in feature that you can turn on via the browser’s settings.
If you’re a Java developer, chances are you did pretty well for yourself in 2013.
At least, that’s according to statistics from Stack Overflow. Thousands of companies use the website’s Careers 2.0 search in order to find job applicants with specific developer skills each year. In 2013 Java took the lead as the most frequently searched skill keyword.
DevOps—it’s not just the latest buzzword from the IT sphere. It’s a paradigm shift in the way technology companies look at the marriage between software development and the infrastructure that powers it.
It’s wrong to assume that only enterprise businesses can benefit from or need a DevOps strategy. Whether you are an organization the size of Facebook or a one-man tech startup, DevOps is now a way of life and ignoring it can make or break a company of any size.