Microsoft and VMware made peace, Java goes native, Apache goes to Github and Red Hat gets a new logo. Plus, Matt Ray explains why the Internet in Australia is slow.
Relevant to your interests
- Can Google Cloud Revenues Reach $20 Billion by 2020?
- Microsoft, Dell unveil new Azure-VMware integrations
- Dell Technologies and Microsoft expand partnership with new VMware Solutions
- The Apache Software Foundation has moved all its projects to Microsoft GitHub
- Red Hat's Quarkus Brings Natively Compiled Java to Kubernetes
- Project Quarkus, Kubernetes-native Java
- Announcing k3OS: A Kubernetes Operating System
- Apache Software Foundation joins GitHub open source community
- Here's Red Hat's new logo – why change? 'A much different company' today
- Amazon's warehouse worker tracking system can automatically fire people without a human supervisor's involvement (AMZN)
- Amazon's Alexa Team Can Access Users' Home Addresses
- Washington Legislature Passes 30-day Data Breach Notification Law
- Jenkins is Getting Old
- Alphabet's stock tanks with analysts asking, 'Hey Google, what happened to revenue growth?’
- A Cloud Guru raises $33M to guide companies into the cloud | Built In Austin
- F8 2019 keynote in 12 minutes
- Apple Engineering Leader Handling 5G Efforts Leaves Company
- Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt will leave Alphabet’s board after 18 years
- Alphabet Investor Relations
- Remote Code Execution on most Dell computers
- Amazon Has Gone From Neutral Platform to Cutthroat Competitor, Say Open Source Developers
- Airports and the TSA are gearing up for the Real ID deadline. You should be, too
- ‘Suspicious Object’ Leads Police To Shut Down State Street … But It Was Just A Can Of Chef Boyardee On Wheels
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Conferences, et. al.
- ALERT! DevOpsDays Discount - DevOpsDays MSP, August 6th to 7th, $50 off with the code SDT2019.
- 2019, a city near you: The 2019 SpringOne Tours are posted. Coté will be speaking at many of these, hopefully all the ones in EMEA. They’re free and all about programming and DevOps things. Coming up in: Paris (May 23rd & 24th), San Francisco (June 4th & 5th), Atlanta (June 13th & 14th)…and back to a lot of US cities.
- ChefConf 2019 May 20-23. Matt’s speaking!
- ChefConf London 2019 June 19-20
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- Matt: The Roman Mars Mazda Virus
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