Efficient Cloud Migration With Kubernetes Image Source Nowadays, most companies have at least one workload running in the cloud. Cloud environments are generally scalable, reliable and highly available. However, migrating large workloads to the cloud presents a challenge for developers. Using container-based cloud environments can be a solution. A container packages the application components in … Continue reading Efficient Cloud Migration With Kubernetes
Month: September 2019
Newsletter: September 28, 2019
Hello all, An interesting and fun week at home, and in the lab. But next week I am back out traveling and so that will be fun too. iPadOS 13.1 dropped recently (article) and so did iOS 13.1 (article) and both are good upgrades! I have a few other articles on the way but need … Continue reading Newsletter: September 28, 2019
iPadOS 13.1 is here!
I have been playing with iPadOS for the last few months. I am quite happy with it. But there is a lot in it to learn so I was more careful finding links to share. I have updated an iPad (iPad Pro 10.5) and an old iPad Air. One the iPad Pro I had to … Continue reading iPadOS 13.1 is here!
iOS 13.1 is now GA!
This is important release. It solves some issues that people have been discussing about iOS 13.0. I should admit since I published my iOS 13 GA article I have not run into any bugs (I don't doubt they exist, but not as common as people have implied). But still glad iOS 13.1 is here. I … Continue reading iOS 13.1 is now GA!
Newsletter: September 21, 2019
Hello, Another week at home is always good, and lots of learning too. I have next week to get good on a presentation that is highly complex, and that I did not create, before I head out to the Dallas VMUG. It will be good to get out in front of a crowd again and … Continue reading Newsletter: September 21, 2019
Moving to my new iPhone 11
Hi all, I moved from my old iPhone to a new iPhone 11. I use an Apple Watch, and I use - a lot - Apple Pay so wanted to make sure I had no trouble with either. So that is why I am sharing this info - in case this is different for you … Continue reading Moving to my new iPhone 11
How Cloud-Native and Kubernetes Drive Industrial Modernization
A guest author piece again today. Hope you like it. Image Source Many organizations don’t take full advantage of their cloud services. This is usually because they have only taken their first steps into the cloud—migrating apps and functionality to a cloud platform. Moving to the next level requires a different approach. To fully take … Continue reading How Cloud-Native and Kubernetes Drive Industrial Modernization
iOS 13 is here!
It is here now, but there is a lot in it to learn so I was more careful finding links to share. As well, I noticed the update was available on my phone much quicker than via iTunes. I have updated only an iPhone (iPhone 8). When I updated the iPhone it had do a … Continue reading iOS 13 is here!
Newsletter: September 14, 2019
Hello all, Another enjoyable week in HQ but definitely glad to head home. Which I have started as I am sitting in the Denver airport as I start this. This week we had the Build Day Live which was pretty interesting. You can find all the video from it here. You will not see me … Continue reading Newsletter: September 14, 2019
Newsletter: September 6, 2019
Hello all, I hope that everyone has had a great week. I had a pretty good one myself. A week at HQ and on Friday I got to build out one of our infrastructures that are on wheels (to help with POC's). It was a lot of fun, and the best part was how cool … Continue reading Newsletter: September 6, 2019