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A typical OpenStack deployment is still for 'net new' workloads outside of the world's largest enterprises, but some big names have started to show off their use of OpenStack.
Users praise Jenkins 2.0 making continuous delivery pipelines more accessible, but the upgrade process may take a bit of tinkering to complete.
DevOps is making inroads into many enterprises old and new, but Google is sharing its site reliability engineering prowess in a book that champions NoOps.
Not all hypervisors and OSes can play nice with others. The best method for avoiding complications down the road is to thoroughly test your nested virtualization deployment.
Theoretically, there is no limit on how 'deep' a nested VM can go. The best way to avoid any confusion is to appropriately label hypervisor nesting levels.
Interested in giving nested virtualization a try in your data center? There are a few software and hardware requirements you'll have to meet first.
Before working with multiple cloud providers, evaluate their services for compute, storage, security and more.
Cloud admins use Azure Resource Manager to track apps and resources in Microsoft's public cloud. What are some tips for getting started with the tool?
By offering lower costs, higher performance and reduced data loss, hybrid cloud helps some organizations optimize their tiered storage systems.
Windows 10 is already second in OS market share, behind only Windows 7. See where other OSes stack up and find out how to make the leap from Windows XP to Windows 10.
Managing an eclectic collection of devices is challenging, but IT administrators just need to establish policies and find a mobile device management tool to help enforce them.
Desktop administrators need to know that the rules of endpoint management have changed: It's not all about PCs anymore.