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Joe Fay

Joe Fay is content director, events at Situation Publishing. He has been covering technology and business for over 20 years, and edited publications in London and San Francisco.
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LogicMonitor launches Kubernetes monitoring, Azure services updates

LogicMonitor has added Kubernetes monitoring to the feature lineup of its SaaS platform. The monitoring outfit’s take on Kubernetes monitoring relies on a pair of lightweight applications running as a...
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Who’s winning in DevOps? Americans and Brits, according to Puppet Salary Report

Salaries for DevOps workers are continuing to go up, but if you think there’s a quick way to upskill yourself into a cushier gig, you’re probably mistaken. Puppet's Fifth DevOps...
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Interview: Docker’s Banjot Chanana on how containers look better with Windows

Containers are the key to building that dream pipeline that will help you shake off your legacy applications and innovate to your heart’s content. Because that’s what cutting edge...

DBAs overwhelmingly embrace database DevOps…well, nearly

Database DevOps looks set to become the norm in the next few years, though a hardcore of firms has no intention of getting with the programme anytime soon. RedGate’s State...

GitHub adds status options, emojis, stokes ‘social network’ fears

GitHub landed developers with yet another dilemma this week, by allowing them to set status options in their personal profiles. As GitHub put it, you might “Use your status to...
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What’s the point: Serverless Framework, GitLab squash bugs, Istio gets talking

The Serverless Framework team has pushed out v1.36, with a fistful of bug fixes, almost two fistfuls of enhancements, but no new features per se. Five bugs are addressed, including...
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AWS takes aim at MongoDB with bracketed fire

Amazon has launched its own MongoDB compatible database service, in what is being seen as a major kick at the open source database vendor, and depending on your point...
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Red Hat tops out Ansible Tower 3.4 with nest of workflows

Red Hat has announced general availability of Ansible Tower 3.4, with the biggest additions coming in the shape of a quartet of workflow enhancements. Nested workflows should help out with...
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AWS uses Firecracker to blow-up Fargate price list

AWS has slashed prices on its container friendly Fargate service, leaving EC2 users with some sums to do as to where best to run their workloads. As AWS puts it,...
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Ali Baba barely blinks as it swallows Flink pioneers data Artisans

Ali Baba appears to have taken control of data Artisans, the Berlin-based outfit behind the Apache Flink open source big data framework. According to reports, Chinese mega bazar Ali Baba...