IDF 2014: Bare Metal, Docker Containers, and Virtualization

Scott Lowe

This is a live blog of session DATS004, titled “Bare-Metal, Docker Containers, and Virtualization: The Growing Choices for Cloud Applications.” Weaver includes a discussion of the drivers behind virtualization as well as the pros and cons of virtualization. Containers are not all that new—Solaris Zones is a form of containers that existed back in 2004. IDF 2014: Bare Metal, Docker Containers, and Virtualization.

They make a good Teams: Slack CEO’s virtual wedding could take place on rival Microsoft tool

GeekWire

Rubio said that she and Butterfield — described by some as Silicon Valley’s newest “it” power couple — were planning to get married virtually in California next week. The two founded the photo-sharing site Flickr together in 2004 and split in 2007.

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Hilmar Veigar Pétursson interview: Remembering 20 years of Eve Online

Venture Beast

Hilmar Veigar Pétursson has worked at Eve Online maker CCP Games, Iceland’s biggest game studio, for 20 years, and he has been CEO since 2004.

Review: ‘Lies Beneath’ virtual reality horror game from Drifter feels both new and nostalgic

GeekWire

It’s a lot like the slightly janky horror games of that period, just brought forward into virtual reality. The result is a game that feels new and nostalgic at the same time, somehow, like a time capsule from 2004. Games drifter vr Oculus survival horror virtual reality

The latest robots are virtually indistinguishable from people

Trends in the Living Networks

Moving swiftly on from the creepiness of the 2004 movie Polar Express, the characters in Avatar in 2010 captured many hearts and minds. Almost five years ago now I wrote a post titled Being in two places at the same time which described how Professor Ishiguro, a Japanese roboticist, had created a robot replica of himself so he could give lectures at his university without enduring the commute from his home.

After Web 2.0: WOW (Wide Open Web) - enough of version numbers for the web!! - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

conference in 2004, it seems getting time to work out what will succeed Web 2.0. About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Living Networks - Chapter 2: Emerging Technologies – Free Download and Commentary | Main | To win in an open world Flash is becoming even more open – the result will be applications that reach every platform » After Web 2.0:

A second Second Life – new competition in virtual worlds - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

» A second Second Life – new competition in virtual worlds Ross Dawson, February 20, 2007 5:02 AM US PT Hey, how come I read about this on Scobleizer first? Randal Leeb-du-Toit and I are due to catch up for lunch when he’s back from Silicon Valley, so he can tell me about Outback Online , a new 3D virtual world his company Yoick is creating. Second Life has established itself as the de facto leader in user-created free-form virtual worlds.

Boston KM Forum Event: Virtual Teams and Social Media Tools, Part 1

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

At this week's KM Forum event at Bentley College in Waltham, the theme of the discussion was "Leveraging Virtual Teams and Social Tools for Business Advantage.". A variety of presenters shared valuable (and frequently entertaining) insights, but in this post I'll focus on the first presentation, by Jessica Lipnack and Jeffrey Stamps of NetAge , who shared with us some best practices around optimizing the performance of virtual teams.

Tech Blogs – Best Must Read Tech Resources 2019

Galido

The deeper we dive into modern technology terms, the more it seems we try to blend physical and virtual worlds together. These areas of tech include general IT and technology, security, IT feeds, cloud computing, data center, mobile, social media, tips and tricks, virtualization, and operating system and software blogs. It twice won the Bloggies for Weblog of the Year, in 2004 and 2005. Virtualization Technology Blogs. Virtualization Blog.

Best Tech Blogs – Must Read Tech Resources 2019

Galido

The deeper we dive into modern technology terms, the more it seems we try to blend physical and virtual worlds together. These areas of tech include general IT and technology, security, IT feeds, cloud computing, data center, mobile, social media, tips and tricks, virtualization, and operating system and software blogs. It twice won the Bloggies for Weblog of the Year, in 2004 and 2005. Virtualization Technology Blogs. Virtualization Blog.

Top Tech Websites 2019

Galido

The deeper we dive into modern technology terms, the more it seems we try to blend physical and virtual worlds together. These areas of tech include general IT and technology, security, IT feeds, cloud computing, data center, mobile, social media, tips and tricks, virtualization, and operating system and software blogs. It twice won the Bloggies for Weblog of the Year, in 2004 and 2005. Virtualization Technology Blogs. Virtualization Blog.

Mobile social networking, meaning virtual networks bringing people physically together, will inevitably be a pervasive application - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

‘My name is Reggie …’ Former Nintendo leader on his new book, and what’s next for games

GeekWire

I’m about taking names — and we’re about making games,” declared Reggie Fils-Aimé , introducing himself during Nintendo’s presentation at the E3 convention in Los Angeles in 2004. The iconic 2004 line was originally, “My name is Reggie.

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Facebook is now Meta: Social media giant rebrands to focus on the future amid criticism in the present

GeekWire

Facebook announced a name change on Thursday intended to bring together everything that it works on under a single brand called Meta, and in turn take some of the focus off the social media company that started in 2004. Facebook’s new parent company name and logo, Meta. Meta Image).

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The smart home gym that analyzes your moves will soon have Olympian trainers

The Verge

when she made her international debut at the 2004 Athens Games. Since then, both the International Olympics Committee and companies have worked to find some way to introduce a virtual element to the games.

Enterprise IT in 2014 – Under-the-Radar Challenges with WAN Bandwidth, BYOD, and XP Security

CTOvision

Over the last year, IT budgets saw modest growth as departments embraced mobile, cloud and virtualization in record numbers. These factors will prevent some global companies from successfully deploying bandwidth-hungry enterprise IT strategies worldwide, such as virtualization and data center consolidation. Dr. Deepak Kumar founded Adaptiva in 2004. By Deepak Kumar Editor’s note: This guest post is by Deepak Kumar, Founder and CTO of Adaptiva. – bg.

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Interview: How Penny Arcade took PAX online, and what it means for the future of the popular event

GeekWire

The Penny Arcade Expo , better known as PAX, has become a major fan convention and games industry event since starting in the Seattle area in 2004, spawning sister events around the country and on the other side of the world. Penny Arcade co-creator Jerry Holkins. Penny Arcade Photo).

The GeekWire Summit returns next week: Agenda released featuring Andy Jassy, Ciara and others

GeekWire

Now in its 10th year, the 2021 GeekWire Summit is going to look and feel a little different — including both virtual viewing options and a limited in-person experience at the very cool Block 41 event space in downtown Seattle.

the future of content

SPF13

The cost had dropped so significantly that virtually anyone could publish something, but was still high enough that people only published things they deemed of value. It’s singular mission … In 2004 the web remained dominated by content of value. Information on virtually any topic was available to anyone anywhere. Throughout human history the ability to share information ultimately ideas has propelled the human race.

Sony announces six PlayStation VR games, including Doom 3 for VR

The Verge

It includes a virtual reality adaptation of Doom 3 , as well as titles from a few successful VR studios and a couple of relative newcomers to VR. It’s a “retooled” port of the original 2004 shooter and its two expansions, designed for PSVR’s gun-like Aim accessory.

Ascent Index: Big Data

The Investing Edge

Since our April launch of the Ascent Enterprise IT Index , which measures social buzz around trend-setting topics such as virtualization, BYOD , cloud security and big data , we found big data to be the consistent winner with the most mentions – nearly 250,000.

Virgin Orbit sends 10 satellites to orbit, building on Paul Allen’s air-launch legacy

GeekWire

The air-launch concept won SpaceShipOne a $10 million prize back in 2004. Theoretically, payloads can be sent to virtually any orbital inclination.

Tech Moves: Top Blue Origin engineer joins SpaceX; Axon hires HTC Vive exec; Porch adds to board

GeekWire

In his new role, Chin will be responsible for Axon’s virtual reality and augmented reality training platforms. Eby has been succeeded by Morgan Hellar who originally joined WRF in 2004 as a license administrator for the organization’s patent portfolio. Chris Chin.

Radian Aerospace pursues a stealthy and unorthodox plan for orbital space plane

GeekWire

The key piece, as reported by Business Insider , is a presentation that Radian CEO Richard Humphrey delivered to potential investors during a virtual conference in June. A patent drawing shows Radian Aerospace’s concept for a space plane on a sled. Radian via USPTO).

25 Feb Cloudera Federal Forum in Tysons Corner: Amazing agenda filled with lessons learned and best practices

CTOvision

Steve has held architectural leadership positions at Intel where he has led strategy and projects on Identity, Anti-malware, HTML5 Security, Cloud and Virtualization Security, and is the creator of Trusted Compute Pools Secure Cloud Architecture. Steve is a recognized expert and frequent lecturer on enterprise security and was named one of InfoWorld''s Top 25 CTO''s of 2004 and, in 2009, was named a fellow at the Center for Advanced Defense Studies. By Bob Gourley.

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How Optimal’s CEO shifted his company and personal priorities — and is now a better leader

GeekWire

In 2004, he launched Kirkland, Wash.-based The Optimal workspace filled with virtual employees during the pandemic. Optimal CEO Sung Rhee (second from right), pictured with his family, embraces TikTok and K-pop. Photo courtesy of Rhee). Sung Rhee wanted to make money.

A Decade of Dynamo: Powering the next wave of high-performance, internet-scale applications

All Things Distributed

It all started in 2004 when Amazon was running Oracle's enterprise edition with clustering and replication. VPC Endpoints give you the ability to control whether network traffic between your application and DynamoDB traverses the public Internet or stays within your virtual private cloud.

Book Excerpt: How Microsoft leverages employee giving to build a culture of purpose

GeekWire

[Editor’s Note: Akhtar Badshah, who led Microsoft’s philanthropic efforts from 2004 to 2014, writes about the roots and impact of the company’s giving campaign in his new book, “Purpose Mindset: How Microsoft Inspires Employees & Alumni to Change the World.”

Fountainhead: Infrastructure Orchestration in use within SPs.

Fountainhead

Insights into Data Center Infrastructure, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing. With the explosive growth of virtualization, this segment of technology is hotter than ever. In the way virtualization abstracts & configures the software world (O/S, applications, etc.), So, not only can you define a virtual server instantly, you can define a *physical* server (maybe a virtual host, or a physical machine) down to I/O, NICs, Storage and Network. Virtualization. (31).

Q&A: Google’s Seattle-area engineering leader – an Amazon vet – on big growth, remote work and more

GeekWire

Google was the first Silicon Valley tech company to establish an engineering outpost in the Seattle area in 2004. I know we’ve seen them virtually regularly, but there’s something about 3D that beats 2D.

The PS5 and Xbox Series X made us fall back in love with old games

The Verge

I was first introduced to Halo in 2004 when I got two games for Christmas: Halo 2 and Blinx 2: Masters of Time and Space. Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge. The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S have been out for a few weeks now.

Overtaxed

The Verge

Before entering academia, he worked at EY, beginning in 2003 as an intern before being hired full-time as a public accountant in 2004. Now, if an auditor is on-site virtually, fraudsters may not have to go to such lengths. “If Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge.

Join Architects, Planners, Program Managers, Data Scientists at 4th Annual Cloudera Federal Forum in DC 25 Feb

CTOvision

Steve has held architectural leadership positions at Intel where he has led strategy and projects on Identity, Anti-malware, HTML5 Security, Cloud and Virtualization Security, and is the creator of Trusted Compute Pools Secure Cloud Architecture. Steve is a recognized expert and frequent lecturer on enterprise security and was named one of InfoWorld''s Top 25 CTO''s of 2004 and, in 2009, was named a fellow at the Center for Advanced Defense Studies. By Bob Gourley.

Why F5 and Tempered Networks founder Jeff Hussey left retirement and ‘bought’ himself a job

GeekWire

Hussey left the F5 board of directors in 2004. And with the new world we live in, I’m also spending time learning from experts in “virtual culture” such as Bryan Miles of Belay. Jeff Hussey, CEO and co-founder of Tempered Networks, and his wife on a trip to Austria.

Extinction Timeline: what will disappear from our lives before 2050 - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Online bringing people together: Brooklyn Bridge Photowalk | Main | Newsgator implements APML: the value of standards in an open world » Extinction Timeline: what will disappear from our lives before 2050 Ross Dawson, October 14, 2007 8:44 PM US PT When people talk about the future, they usually point to all the new things that will come to pass.

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Choosing LambdaTest for Selenium Automation

Galido

Selenium was originally developed by Jason Huggins in 2004 and was soon joined by other specialists in testing and programming. What you should need are half a dozen virtual machines, an iPhone and an Android smartphone. That said, we can assume an investment of around € 10,000 per year including the developer’s necessary time to do this activity (considering 2 test days per month, around 20 days per year, plus the purchase of devices and virtual machines).

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Managing Your E-mail Inbox

Scott Lowe

all the way back to 2004. Visit the site for more information on virtualization, servers, storage, and other enterprise technologies. I tweeted earlier today that I managed to achieve “Inbox Zero” (an empty e-mail inbox) while at a major industry conference (I’m in Spain for VMworld EMEA).

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Bitcoin VPS: How to Purchase A VPS Host via Bitcoin

Galido

Like JavaPipe.com continues to be documented in 2004, its WHOIS provides the genuine contact info of the dog owner, you’ll find only great opinions and we keep productive presences on both Twitter and Facebook. The payments are (virtually) instant, which is a big advantage. There are VPS hosting vendors and lots of net who recognize the cryptocurrency Bitcoin that is most popular like a payment method.

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PAX in a pandemic: Why I liked this year’s subdued gaming expo better, even with the COVID-19 rules

GeekWire

Its organizers shifted it to a week-long virtual format last year, to some success. Some of the long-time attendees I talked to, people who’d been hitting up PAX since its first show 2004, compared the PAX West 2021 experience to earlier years’ cons, particularly 2008’s.

Industrial policy in the global media economy - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

See our latest Trend Map! What to expect in 2008 and beyond…. - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

Trends mentioned in the map include: Simplicity Reality mining 3-D printers Virtual protest Female chauvinism Geospatial web Celebrity worship Karma capitalism Networked risk Data visualisation Same sex couples (with kids) Constant partial attention (For more detail on these and far more, see Richard Watson’s new book Future Files: A History of the Next 50 Years ).

No Straight Lines / Technology makes it easy to remember,' the trick is learning how to forget

I'm not lost, I'm wondering

December 2004. September 2004. August 2004. July 2004. June 2004. May 2004. April 2004. It’s a good time to be a Nintendo based virtual musician. No Straight Lines. … a knowledge worker’s waste blog … Skip to content. Home Video Games: Future of education or harmful addiction? Technology makes it easy to ‘remember,’ the trick is learning how to forget. A blog post I wrote a year ago.

What is Enterprise 2.0? – a primer - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « The power of Enterprise Mashups | Main | Interview on SkyBusiness TV: the state of the Yahoo! Microsoft battle » What is Enterprise 2.0? – a primer Ross Dawson, February 10, 2008 10:01 PM US PT On the newly relaunched Future Exploration Network website, we have added a ‘What is Enterprise 2.0’

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