Docker

Docker is an open source platform for building, deploying, and managing containerized applications. Learn about containers, how they compare to VMs, and why Docker is so widely adopted and used.

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Terraform

This guide highlights everything you need to know about Terraform—a tool that allows programmers to build, change, and version infrastructure safely and efficiently.

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Data Centers

Learn about data centers—physical facilities that make enterprise computing possible—what they contain, what’s involved in building one, and the benefits and risks of shared data center resources.

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FaaS (Function-as-a-Service)

An introduction to FaaS—a cloud computing service that makes it easier for cloud application developers to run and manage microservices applications.

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Istio

Learn more about Istio—open technology that provides a way for developers to seamlessly connect, manage, and secure networks of different microservices.

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MEAN Stack

Is MEAN right for you? Learn why this end-to-end stack of MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS and Node.js is gaining popularity for modern web app development.

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LAMP Stack

Learn why some of today’s most popular open source web applications run on LAMP, a time-tested stack of Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP.

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Hypervisors

Cloud computing wouldn’t be possible without virtualization. Virtualization wouldn’t be possible without the hypervisor. This thin layer of software supports the entire cloud ecosystem.

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