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IBM Red Hat Acquisition’s Impact on Hybrid Cloud

As the IBM Red Hat acquisition comes closer to fruition, impacts to customers on both sides will soon be realized.  Now that the deal has been approved by the Department of Justice, the acquisition is on track to close later this year. What does this mean for those who currently use IBM and Red Hat products?   Perficient has key […]

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A Strategist and an Analyst walk into a Cloud with Containers

Editor’s Note: This guest blog post comes courtesy of E.G. Nadhan, Chief Technology Strategist at Red Hat.  I met Forrester Analyst, Dave Bartoletti during the Industry Analyst Cloud Strategy and Networking Event in Dallas earlier this year where Bartoletti shared his perspective on best practices on transforming to containers and predictions for the future of […]

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Leverage Containers for Digital Transformation

Software containers are taking over. Is your organization ready for the transformation? Organizations are gravitating towards software containers as a way to package, distribute, and run their applications. The benefits of container technology such as Docker and Kubernetes include: SPEED – Containers are lightweight relative to virtual machines. New application instances can be launched more […]

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Innovation Predicted to Drive Cloud Usage in 2019

Enterprises will move beyond cheap fixes and instead seek innovative app services in order to modernize their businesses in 2019, according to Forrester’s “Predictions 2019: Cloud Computing” report. Forrester believes that 2019 is the year that the cloud comes to the forefront for enterprises. Many companies look set to decide that now is the time […]

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IBM Fills Gaps with Red Hat, Also Creates Internal Competition

Since the news broke about the Red Hat acquisition by IBM, there has been no shortage of articles analyzing the move, predicting its outcomes, and delivering judgments on the deal. But what about the perspective of the software developer, architect, or IT leader who has to make decisions about which capabilities to leverage from these, now […]

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Oracle OpenWorld: 10 Things You Should Know about Kubernetes

As many of you know, Kubernetes is a hot topic in the cloud world and it’s important to anyone on any cloud platform.  Michael Schildmeijer presented on the topic of Oracle and Kubernetes. But first, a quick definition: Kubernetes is an open-source container-orchestration system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications. It was originally […]

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Retrospective on Google Cloud Next 2018

What should you take away from this year’s Google Next annual cloud conference? To begin with, containers were front and center. Quite literally. The main stage was composed of multiple large rotating containers which severed as periodic hosts for demos and the morning DJs. Containers weren’t the only themes this year; we heard a lot […]

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What Google Cloud Next ’18 Says About Where to Invest IT Dollars

Google Cloud Next 2018 kicks off today in San Francisco! As I review the amazing choice of workshops and breakouts available at Next, it becomes obvious where Google is investing in its Cloud Future. Here are five best bets based on what Google is presenting at its annual cloud conference: Velostrata for Large Scale Cloud […]

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How to Overcome Challenges with Microservices Architecture

Microservices is a growing buzzword in the enterprise integration space – and a growing tactic as organizations work to modernize IT stacks and digitally transform business models. While microservices is a new, popular approach to integration as we move beyond SOA, it does come with many prerequisites and barriers to realizing the benefits. Join Perficient […]

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Automating Docker Image builds

Why automate? Similar to any other automation, we get consistent results once we have automation in place. It speeds up the development process. You can produce the same result by following the same steps, so there is less of a change that it will work sometimes and not work other times. What is required to […]

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Docker Swarm Quick Overview

Docker Swarm helps you create and manage Docker Clusters. Docker Swarm automatically handle scaling up and down depending on number of task you want to run. Docker swarm can handle load balancing internally among containers. Docker Swarm Components Docker Swarm contains following key components. Node – Special Container that run on each Swarm host. Node […]

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Docker Container Best Practices

It is preferable to use Dockerfile to create an image. Using Dockerfile is the only way you can be sure of reproducing the same image every time. Use a Layered approach, but keep in mind that Docker imposes limits on the number of layers an image can have. To minimize layer, you can combine commands […]

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Two “shipping” ways of using docker

Docker is a platform for developers and sysadmins to develop, ship, and run applications. Ship the “Dockerized” app and dependencies anywhere – to QA, teammates, or the cloud – without breaking anything. It’s one of the most important purposes to use docker. In Vernon Stinebaker‘s earlier post “Docker, mobile, and putting things in boxes“, he […]

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Docker, mobile, and putting things in boxes

Docker and custom mobile application development are both very hot. Recently we decided to run a small internal project to gain some ‘sleeves-up’ insight into Docker as well as how we could deliver containerized versions of applications. This blog article, along with others to follow from both my colleagues and myself will document some of […]

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