Pair of recent posts from TFiR discuss how RackN is changing the game with infrastructure automation. On Digital Rebar v4.6: RackN has announced the release of RackN Digital Rebar v4.6, which introduces a load of new features including continuous provisioning automation with self-contained high availability and multi-platform universal workflow. On Bare Metal IaC: With the
Today, we are pleased to announce the release of RackN Digital Rebar v4.6. RackN Infrastructure as Code management helps companies struggling with exploding infrastructure complexity. With this release, RackN solves consistency and integration challenges by enabling Continuous Provisioning Automation. Digital Rebar v4.6 enables continuous provisioning automation with self-contained high availability and multi-platform universal workflow. This
Gartner recently named RackN a “2020 Cool Vendor in Cloud Computing.” It’s a coveted designation, and we are honored, but cool?
Welcome and Subscribe! From the Founders This month RackN celebrated our fifth anniversary! Looking back at some of our founding materials, it is amazing much of our original vision we’ve built and delivered. We’ve taken some time to write those core principles down in a simple and consumable way. Community Activity Our #community Slack channel
Discussion of highlights about important announcements from VMworld 2020 including Saltstack Acquisition, SmartNIC (Project Monterery), Kubernetes (Project Tanzu), Cloud Foundation.
Rob and Swapnil respond to The Register “No, Kubernetes doesn’t make applications portable, say analysts. Good luck avoiding lock-in, too” article. We discuss the fundamental paradox required for Kubernetes to become a generally useful platform.