Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Narcotic Of Professional Services

In the technology world, selling new products is hard. Selling to enterprises is even harder. Small companies were (relatively) easy. They took a little bit of handholding to get your SaaS/software/hardware configured “just right” for them, but most of what they wanted … Continue reading

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Tech War or Diplomacy?

Yesterday, I published an article asking, “Did Docker Declare War on RedHat and CoreOS?” I received several responses pointing out market-related developments. A number of people said they know that Docker did not intend to “declare war” on CoreOS and RedHat. Docker simply … Continue reading

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Did Docker Declare War on RedHat and CoreOS?

Yesterday, at DockerCon, Docker Inc announced open-sourcing its LinuxKit toolkit to build Linux operating system images. LinuxKit (the platform that has been rumoured as Moby for over a year) provides a relatively easy-to-use toolkit for building immutable operating system distributions. … Continue reading

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