The cloud is disrupting traditional operating models for IT departments and entire organizations. By default, Linux comes with a lot of extras. But, sometimes you want just the bare necessities of Linux life for your server, containers, and clouds. That's where Canonical's latest Ubuntu release, Minimal Ubuntu, comes in. When Canonical says "Minimal", they mean minimal.
Nearly a decade has passed since renowned venture capitalist Marc Andreessen famously declared that "software is eating the world." The subsequent years have proven his observation was a prescient one, and the software developers driving this phenomenon have risen to the top of the proverbial food chain. Now, however, it's becoming increasingly clear that they, too, are on the menu. Will development eventually make itself obsolete? The ever-increasing technological capability has forced workers in nearly every industry and sector -- engineering, government, insurance, manufacturing, and many others -- to grapple with the prospect that they might soon be made obsolete.
In a previous blog, I noted VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger's view of who he thought was VMware's biggest competitor. It was (and is) Microsoft. But let's put "everywhere" aside for the moment. The arena where these two giants of IT are preparing to do battle is the hybrid cloud where both have been previewing their solutions in the form of technical previews. And both will enter the ring and start going head-to-head with real products at about the same time later this year.
Most public and private clouds have started using Linux containers, which ultimately creates a challenge for companies offering microservices. This will enable integration of computing, networking, and virtualization functionality in all hardware systems. Serverless computing makes cloud computing even easier by taking a software developer for away from infrastructure so that they can thoroughly concentrate on building code for single functions. The aforementioned cloud computing trends offer cost-effective, improved cloud monitoring solutions.
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