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Canonical Brings Kubernetes 1.5.2 Container Orchestration to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Canonical, through Jorge O. Castro, announced the general availability of the latest Kubernetes stable release in the company’s specifically crafted software repositories for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus).
Kubernetes 1.5.2 is the newest and most advanced version of the open-source and production-grade container orchestration tool that lets DevOps scale, manage, and deploy containerized applications. Canonical’s distribution of Kubernetes is a pure, untouched version.
Please keep in mind that you’ll be asked, during installation of conjure-up , what cloud you want to deploy, so make sure that you enter the proper credentials. Canonical is also providing you with an in-depth tutorial if you’re deploying to local containers (LXD).
If you don’t remove the PPA (Personal Package Archives) you’ll automatically receive future stabilization and bugfix releases of Kubernetes.

Source: http://news.softpedia.com/news/canonical-brings-kubernetes-1-5-2-container-orchestration-to-ubuntu-16-04-lts-512233.shtml
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht


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Salesforce brings cross-channel service a step closer with new ‘Snap-ins’

You can’t always bring customers to your best customer-service tools, but now you can bring those tools to them thanks to a new addition announced Wednesday for Salesforce’s Service Cloud.

Dubbed Service Cloud Lightning Snap-ins, the new offering allows organizations of any size to take key support features from Salesforce’s Service Cloud and “drop” them into their websites or mobile apps. Case-management and live-chat capabilities can now be added to mobile and Web apps, for example, and a tap-to-call feature is available for Android and iOS.

A new module enabling two-way video chat, meanwhile, allows customers and agents to see each other. A customer could also use a smartphone’s front-facing camera to show the agent the problem at hand.

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Ixia’s CloudLens brings visibility to hybrid cloud environments

The digital business era has brought about many changes to IT. One of the biggest evolutions is the acceptance and usage of the cloud.

Cloud computing’s path is similar to the one virtualization traveled about a decade ago. Early on, virtualization was used in labs and for non-mission-critical workloads. But as the technology matured and organizations became comfortable with it, usage exploded.

The same thing is happening with cloud, and over the next few years, the industry will see more and more applications and services moved to the cloud. 

For most organizations, however, migrating to the cloud is no simple thing.

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Google brings note-taking app Keep to iPhone

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More than two years after launching Google Keep on Android, the company is finally bringing its note-taking app to iOS: Google rolled out a new version of Keep for iPhones and iPads Thursday.

Like the Android and web version of the app, Keep on iOS allows you to arrange your notes into a sticky-note-like interface. Notes are synced with your Google account so you can access them across devices.

Though not as full-featured as some competitors like Evernote, Google’s free app offers much more than Apple’s new Notes app. Recorded voice memos are automatically transcribed and you can share notes with people you know so others can collaborate on a checklist, for example. Read more…

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IBM Storage with OpenStack Brings Simplicity and Robustness to Cloud

data center cloud Without storage, we would have no digital data. From being very much—and so-named at the time—a peripheral to early …


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