In this tutorial, we will show you the year in tech - is 2020 still is hindsight. For technology, 2020 still had a lot of hits — and some misses.
On the last The New Stack Analysts podcast of the year, the gang got together — remotely, obviously — to reflect on the year. And oh what a year! For technology, 2020 still had a lot of hits — and some misses.
The New Stack founder and publisher Alex Williams was joined by TNS correspondents Bruce Gain, Stephen Vaughan-Nichols, and Jennifer Riggins, as well as TNS editorial director Libby Clark, and TNS managing editor Joab Jackson.
We looked back on the year that saw millions die, no one fly, and a lot of jobs in turmoil. It was also a year that, while many things screeched to a halt, much of the tech industry had to keep going more than ever.
So what happened in 2020? We aren’t going to recap that roller coaster of terror. If you just woke up from a coma, we suggest easing back into the news as we experienced it, one long day at a time. Instead, let’s focus on the tech side of things.
Our original Kubernetes tool list was so popular that we've curated another great list of tools to help you improve your functionality with the platform.
This article explains how you can leverage Kubernetes to reduce multi cloud complexities and improve stability, scalability, and velocity.
Microsoft announced the general availability of Bridge to Kubernetes, formerly known as Local Process with Kubernetes.
With Google not owning the trademarks or control for Kubernetes, it also provided a competitive edge to AWS, Microsoft, IBM etc.
Kubernetes: Monitoring, Reducing, and Optimizing Your Costs. I will discuss the top five techniques we used to better utilize our Kubernetes clusters on the cloud and eliminate wasted resources, thus saving money. In the end, we were able to cut our monthly bill by more than 50%!