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Rook's hooked to cook bit nooks by the book

Container storage tech gets adopted by Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Look at stupid, sexy Kubernetes with all the cloud firms hanging off its musclebound arms

The container war is won – but what now?

The many-faced god of operational excellence, DevOps and now 'site reliability engineering'

Toil no more, ye 40-year-old DevOps

DevOps: Bloody hell, we've got to think about security too! Sigh. Who wants coffee?

How to bake in security to DevSecOps, er SecDevOps ...

Red Hat tries CoreOS on for size – and buys

Open-source firms hook up for $250m

Serverless: Should we be scared? Maybe. Is it a silly name? Possibly

Is it a game-changer? Definitely

You may not be a software company, but that isn't an excuse to lame-out at computering

If pizza delivery, coffee joints and banks can do it, so can you

Next; tech; meltdown..? Mandatory; semicolons; in; JavaScript; mulled;

Punctuation-averse devs, you're coding it wrong

PowerShell comes to MacOS and Linux. Oh and Windows too

PowerShell Core 6.0 arrives for your CLI-wielding pleasure

Two-day Bitbucket borkage has devs tearing their hair out

Storage layer issues slow code access

Mine all the data, they said. It will be worth your while, they said

When instrumentation goes too far

Feel like a little kid in the container world? Welcome to the club

Don't worry about what people say they're doing on Twitter

Microservices 101

Supported The big picture revealed and the tech explained

2017 – the year of containers! It wasn't? Oops. Maybe next year

Immature tech still has a bunch of growing up to do

So you're 'agile', huh? I do not think it means what you think it means

Doing stuff quickly is only scratching the surface

It's a decade since DevOps became a 'thing' – and people still don't know what it means

You can't buy or hire a mindset

'Drunk' developers delay software vendor's release

Na Zdorovie to the hard-working devs at Russia's Arusoft

Software vendors line up Kubernetes tasting menu for devops

A sampling KubeCon and CloudNativeCon-oriented tidbits

What on Earth is Terraform: Life support for explorers of terrifying alien worlds

It can create or destroy. Yes, we're still talking about IT infrastructure...

OpenStack Foundation backs 'virtualized containers', for security's sake

'Kata Containers' blends every-container-gets-a-kernel tech from Intel and

From DevOps to No-Ops: El Reg chats serverless computing with NYT's CTO

Or how to stop worrying about infrastructure and love lock-in

We survived today's Amazon news avalanche to bring you this: Yes, a managed Kubernetes service will be a thing

AWS re:Invent As expected – just like the Oracle bashing

Microsoft reprieves CodePlex users – you're doomed next week

Read-only doom-day slips, December axe still ohovers

More than half of GitHub is duplicate code, researchers find

Boffins beware: random samples are therefore useless for research

'Do the DevOps?' No thanks! Not until a 'blameless post-mortem' really is one

Can't blame middle managers - they always get the stick

Splunk prototyping DevOps efficiency measurement tool

Exclusive 'Splunk App for Build Analytics' is in closed beta, but if you ask nicely ...

Silverlight extinguished while Angular wins fans among developers

What did ORM ever do to you that you just don't care anymore?

Samsung shows off Linux desktops on Galaxy smartmobes

Video Ubuntu – all of it – running Eclipse on a phone, and a DeX dock

Squeezing in little Quake between builds? Not any more: Facebook Bucks up Java compile tool

Open-source offering faster, shorter bottlenecks

New tech for Ops crew: Scanning containers for open-source vulns

Pushed out by newly acquired Black Duck

Take Kubernetes, and bish bash bosh, you've got Container Runtime

Cloud Foundry project aims to make containers manageable

Mirantis eyes continuous integration of all the things

OPENSTACK SYDNEY And waits for news on how OpenStack will govern its new outreach plans

Who's that cuddling up in the container... *squints* Wow you're getting along well

All's fair in war and cloud

'Lambda and serverless is one of the worst forms of proprietary lock-in we've ever seen in the history of humanity'

Interview CoreOS on AWS, Kubernetes, and more

Dashboard pushers: Dark here in containerised server land, innit sysadmins?

Analysis We show raw event log blizzards as usable correlated patterns, they croon

Hardware has never been better, but it isn't a licence for code bloat

Have as many lines as you want, just make it efficient

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