Link: Cisco jumps on the Kubernetes bandwagon with its new Container Platform

“The company said the Container Platform takes care of the “setup, orchestration, authentication, monitoring, networking, load balancing and optimization” of containers. Deployment of containers is also simplified through automation, as the platform takes care of the most repetitive tasks in this process. It can also be extended to other important aspects of IT, such as networking, security and more, officials said.”
Original source: Cisco jumps on the Kubernetes bandwagon with its new Container Platform

Link: GDPR requests to take thousands of hours a month, says survey

“Large enterprises expect to get an average 246 GDPR enquiries per month, for which they will need to search 43 databases (seven minutes per search). They will spend more than 1,259 hours on this, which equates to nearly 60 hours of searches per working day or 7.5 employees dedicated solely to GDPR enquiries.”

It’s a database management company doing the survey, but still a good wet finger in the wind
Original source: GDPR requests to take thousands of hours a month, says survey

Link: America’s bias against working moms comes down to one question: Do you value your female employees or not?

Based on a 2013 survey, but still, fucked up:

“According to Pew, some 40% of Americans believe it is bad for society if women work, despite the fact that 40% of American households are supported by female breadwinners.”
Original source: America’s bias against working moms comes down to one question: Do you value your female employees or not?

Link: DevOps, Software-Defined Infrastructure, and the CMDB’s Perception Problem

“Unfortunately, the ITSM community often seems to suffer from a collective lack of awareness and understanding of the history and culture of DevOps. There is little dialog between the communities (worryingly to me, I still typically find myself being the only ITSM person at almost every one of these events).”
Original source: DevOps, Software-Defined Infrastructure, and the CMDB’s Perception Problem