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January 10, 2018

VMBlog Platform9 2018 Predictions: Innovating What We Have

Predictions tend to focus a lot on the cutting edge and what’s new. And while it’s important to look at how developing technologies will shape the year ahead, we must not forget the importance of where our consistently faithful platforms are headed. For instance some have made claims that Kubernetes’ success is dwindling and OpenStack is dead, but in 2018 I believe these tools – which have vastly changed enterprise cloud infrastructure – will prove they are here to stay.

January 5, 2018

Forbes Cadence Chooses Platform9 For High Performance Computing Infrastructure Management

Semi-conductor tools company Cadence Design Systems has been using Platform9’s cloud management solution for over 12 months and spoke to me about how it’s helped their research and development teams to make productive use of private and hybrid cloud.

January 4, 2018

Container Journal Survey Finds Container Infrastructure Landscape Shifting

Taking the time to attend a conference dedicated to containers and a specific platform such as the recent KubeCon + CloudNativeCon event signals whether an IT professional is part of an organization considering or already making a commitment to containers running on Kubernetes clusters.

December 12, 2017

Container Journal AWS Support for Kubernetes: An Inflection Point in the Cloud

The recent news from Amazon Web Services that it will finally support Kubernetes is great news for CIOs, but it’s also a watershed moment for the cloud industry as a whole—one that could finally see Amazon’s seemingly unassailable dominance in the cloud start to be diminished.

November 30, 2017

CRN The 10 Coolest Container Tech Startups Of 2017

Platform9 started as a managed OpenStack vendor, but the Sunnyvale, Calif-based startup has become a player in container tech since the introduction of its managed Kubernetes service.

November 17, 2017

VentureBeat Platform9 expands support for hybrid cloud Kubernetes deployments

Platform9 today announced expanded support for on-premises deployments of its Managed Kubernetes service. This makes it easier for customers to launch the popular container orchestration software on infrastructure that’s managed using VMware vSphere, Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor (AHV), and bare metal servers.

November 13, 2017

CRN The 2017 Tech Innovator Awards

As more enterprises gravitate toward containers, Platform9’s Managed Kubernetes is a Software-as-a-Service offering that works across both public cloud and on-premises server infrastructure.

October 18, 2017

Big50 Big50-2017 Startup Spotlight: Platform9

What they do: Provide “open source-as-a-service for enterprises that need faster and easier ways to manage cloud infrastructure across multiple platforms.”

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