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AUTHOR PROFILE
Scott M. Fulton III

First there was the wheel, and you have to admit, the wheel was cool. After that, you had the boat and the hamburger, and technology was chugging right along with that whole evolution thing. Then there was the Web, and you had to wonder, after the wheel and the hamburger, how did things make such a sudden left turn and get so messed up so quickly? Displaying all the symptoms of having spent 30 years in the technology news business, Scott Fulton (often known as Scott M. Fulton, III, formerly known as D. F. Scott, sometimes known as that loud guy in the corner making the hand gestures) has taken it upon himself to move evolution back to a more sensible track. Stay in touch and see how far he gets.

STORIES BY Scott M. Fulton III
Accenture: DevOps Will Be Moot in 5 Years
DevOps Power Panel: Can DevOps Apply to Everyone?
Is Salesforce Really Talking about a ‘DevOps Transition?’
Two Transitions Make ‘Cloud Native DevOps’ a Challenge
Security’s Case Against ‘Cloud-Native DevOps’
Dr. Nicole Forsgren on DevOps: ‘You Are What You Measure’
Defining Company Values and DevOps Practices
Cloud Native DevOps Offers the Vision of a New Organization
DevOps World 2018: No DevOps-in-a-Box
DevOps World 2018: Does DevOps Mean ‘Ops-olescence?’
DevOps World 2018: ‘Jenkinstein’ and a Cloud Native Jenkins
Microsoft Rebranding Leads to Cloud Native Azure DevOps
7 Promises, and Potential Pitfalls, in Adopting a Cloud Native Approach to DevOps
Doing DevOps the Cloud Native Way
VMworld 2018: Pivotal Container Service and the Long Road to NoOps
VMworld 2018: Who’s Responsible for Programmable Infrastructure?
VMworld 2018: VMware Wants to Re-Architect Your Containers for NSX
DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 Preview: Are DevOps and Jenkins Synonymous?
VMware CEO: A Virtual Machine Is Still the Best Place to Run Kubernetes
VMworld 2018 Las Vegas Preview: The Post-vSphere Era Takes Shape
Container Security in Multitenant Environments
Open Source Devs, Wary of Microsoft’s Pending GitHub Takeover, Consider a ‘Plan B’
Flatcar Linux: The CoreOS Operating System Lives on Beyond Red Hat
Has Kubernetes Already Become Too Unnecessarily Complex for Enterprise IT?
CoreOS, Says Red Hat, Will Help Introduce OpenShift to Operators
Tungsten Fabric, Formerly OpenContrail, Could Bring Kubernetes to the Telco Stack
Has Monolithic Architecture Gotten a Bad Rap?
Spark 2.3 Brings ‘Continuous Processing’ to the Big Data World