By: Vishal Ghariwala

July 6, 2022 10:25 pm

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The Developers focus, the Team quickens

Today, we find that there is a common tendency in larger organizations for management and oversight of development projects to be given greater importance than the actual creation of value by people writing, iterating on, and shipping code. It’s not always the case, and sometimes the lowly developer might feel like he or she […]

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By: Vishal Ghariwala

February 14, 2022 7:36 pm

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Accelerating and scaling cloud-native transformation in 2022

To learn more about the Business Forum, download the Event Proceedings Report here. Every organisation in Asia Pacific will be approaching 2022 with a renewed sense of optimism. With a more positive outlook, executives will likely be looking for new opportunities to future proof their business. Cloud-native transformation certainly isn’t a new concept, but […]

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By: Vishal Ghariwala

November 28, 2021 8:09 pm

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Putting the Open back into Open Source

Agility has never been more important than it is in today’s disrupted digital world. Leaders in every industry are trying to find a balance between the stability that allows them to plan for the future, while creating highly agile organisations that can quickly respond to new challenges and opportunities. This agility only comes from […]

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By: Vishal Ghariwala

November 7, 2021 8:37 pm

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Preparing for the new needs of edge computing

The proliferation of distributed and data-intensive workloads is spurring rapid growth in edge computing. According to Gartner, around 10 percent of enterprise-generated data is created and processed outside a traditional centralised data center or cloud, with this figure expected to reach 75% by 2025. The adoption of intelligent edge applications is already transforming a range […]

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By: Vishal Ghariwala

October 24, 2021 10:04 pm

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Innovating Freely with Kubernetes

The opportunity and impetus to innovate have never been greater. Around the world, enterprises understand their future success will hinge on their ability to differentiate through digital innovation. As a result, technology leaders are now in a race to put differentiated applications into production, and deploy them in hybrid and multi-cloud environments. In this recent […]

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By: Tim Irnich

March 17, 2021 3:49 pm

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Moving a Cloud Foundry Hello World App to Kubernetes: How Hard Can It Be?

Essentially, I've spent most of last year figuring out Cloud Foundry and then telling others about it. And, believe it or not, I sort of fell in love with the simplicity of pushing a changed code base to the platform with one simple command (aka the "cf push experience" ). The step from running […]

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By: Andrew Gracey

December 5, 2020 4:21 am

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Developer Sandbox Upgraded Retrospective

A few weeks ago we upgraded the Developer Sandbox from Cloud Application Platform 2.0 to 2.1 successfully! It went so well that I wanted to wait a little while to write this so I could be sure that it did indeed go as smoothly as it appeared to!   Prior to the […]

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By: Troy Topnik

November 20, 2020 11:20 am

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SUSE Private Registry: A safe Harbor for your containers.

SUSE has been working on an exciting project that we are now ready to share with a wider audience! SUSE Private Registry (powered by Harbor 2.1) provides a central component of a cloud native application delivery platform. It is an OCI registry for storing, replicating, managing and securing Open Container Initiative (OCI) images and […]

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By: Jennifer Kotzen

October 20, 2020 11:30 am

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Ride the Kubernetes wave confidently with SUSE Cloud Application Platform

(Don’t want the background? Skip ahead to see What’s new in SUSE Cloud Application Platform 2.1)   The Kubernetes Quandary Many businesses today are struggling through digital transformation, dealing with a rapidly changing technology landscape that often seems to present too many choices, too much uncertainty, and too little support.  […]

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