Review: The best Linux distros for Docker and containers

Over the past six months I have reviewed five minimal Linux distributions that are optimized for running containers: Alpine Linux, CoreOS Container Linux, RancherOS, Red Hat Atomic Host, and VMware...

How to use Azure Table storage in .Net

Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing platform provides interoperable cloud computing services that are comprised of both open source and standards-based technologies. You can use an Azure storage account to work with...

Don’t let AWS Re:Invent blind you to your real cloud needs

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IT pros agree: Security is better in the cloud

About 42 percent of IT decision-makers and security managers say they are running security applications in the cloud, according to a survey of about 300 IT security pros from ....

4 hidden cloud computing costs that will get you fired

John just finished the first wave on cloud workload migrations for his company. With a solid 500 applications and related data sets migrated to a public cloud, he now has...

Edge computing: What you need to know before you deploy

I back in May, and how it’s related to cloud computing. But I continue to get questions on the use of edge computing, especially on whether should enterprises begin...

IDG Contributor Network: AI, IoT, and the hybrid cloud: the triumvirate of IT’s future

Information technology systems of the future are increasingly focused on where data is generated and processed, how it’s delivered and collected, and how quickly this data can move. Finding the...

Cosmos DB review: Database for a small planet

If you do business around the world, you may need a scalable, distributed, global database. You have several choices including , the open source , the graph database , and...

Be smart about edge computing and cloud computing

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Chatbots and voice assistants: Often overused, ineffective, and annoying

There’s yet another cloud service from AWS: Amazon Lex, which lets developers build conversational interfaces into applications for voice and text. It uses the same deep learning technologies that power Amazon's...

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