Have you ever dreamed of a data platform that allows you to:
Maintain versions of data sets used to train Machine Learning (ML) models;
Provide full audit log to any changes made to the data;
Have ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability) transactions in your data lake;
Enables schemas to help with data quality;
Handles metadata with ease?
OpenShift is a Kubernetes based Container Platform that is supported by Red
Hat. Red Hat provides frequent security patches and nearly bi-annual version
upgrades. The new versions brings the platform closer to the upstream
Kubernetes and adds new features. Unfortunately, applying the upgrades are bit
challenging in OpenShift 3, because of the complexity in tooling, platform and
Cybercom installed an OpenShift cluster to a customer couple of years ago.
Cybercom team helped the customer to upgrade the cluster first time two
years ago, when the upgrade was done from OpenShift version 3.4 to OpenShift
3.6. Now it was time to bring the OpenShift cluster to its latest minor
Just a while ago, AWS was organizing a thrilling, action packed, bootcamp (Delivery Best Practices) at their Berlin offices. The focus was on cloud adoption readiness, migration planning & execution
Before we resume normal programming, I want everybody to check out IglooConf (http://iglooconf.fi/) in Helsinki. IglooConf is the largest purely Azure event in the Nordics and it is happening next week on 18-19 January. Different groups have for long advocated on the benefits of open source and it seems that finally Microsoft has agreed. The saying "if you can't beat them, join them" might be a bit harsh but also quite apt. Microsoft has finally come to see that there is a lot of business sense in joining many others in developing open source software in addition to their old software.