Link: Using VMware’s Harbor with PKS (and Why Kubernetes Needs a Container Registry)

“A container registry is the repository for all your container images. Since your core business applications are packaged into containers (built out of container images), you must protect these images just as you would any other important enterprise IT system. That’s where the image registry comes into play.”
Original source: Using VMware’s Harbor with PKS (and Why Kubernetes Needs a Container Registry)

Link: Dell EMC’s Chad Sakac Takes New Role At Pivotal Software To Align Dell’s Cloud, Software, Hardware – Page: 1 | CRN

“The job is simple – helping make our aligned Dell Technologies developer platform come together, and make our answer on the ‘how’ (material = more important) of ‘digital transformation’ (buzzword = less important) reach more customers,” Sakac wrote.
Original source: Dell EMC’s Chad Sakac Takes New Role At Pivotal Software To Align Dell’s Cloud, Software, Hardware – Page: 1 | CRN

Link: Dell EMC’s Chad Sakac Takes New Role At Pivotal Software To Align Dell’s Cloud, Software, Hardware – Page: 1 | CRN

“The job is simple – helping make our aligned Dell Technologies developer platform come together, and make our answer on the ‘how’ (material = more important) of ‘digital transformation’ (buzzword = less important) reach more customers,” Sakac wrote.
Original source: Dell EMC’s Chad Sakac Takes New Role At Pivotal Software To Align Dell’s Cloud, Software, Hardware – Page: 1 | CRN

Link: Will UK lose global business and tech leader status post-Brexit?

‘James Governor, Analyst at RedMonk said: “Brexit will be the biggest systemic shock to British business in the more than 70 years. The scale of change will require an unprecedented investment in IT, with in-house application development becoming more important than ever to deal with complexity.”’
Original source: Will UK lose global business and tech leader status post-Brexit?

Link: Start a nuclear war? There’s an app for that – US military teams up with Silicon Valley to revolutionise the battlefield

‘And they ended up saving $1million in fuel per week – but more importantly speeding up decision making when time is of essence. “We paired with them and we taught them this new way of building software and we built the software application side-by-side with them,” Mr Salisbury said.’
Original source: Start a nuclear war? There’s an app for that – US military teams up with Silicon Valley to revolutionise the battlefield