This Week in News: Red Hat Acquires CoreOS, Cost-Accounting for Serverless Devs
This week on The New Stack Context weekly news wrap podcast, we talk with TNS European correspondent Mark Boyd about his fascinating story on how serverless architectures are turning developers into accountants. Or, at least, making cost a central consideration of how applications are designed.
We also chat about the recently announced acquisition of CoreOS by enterprise Linux giant Red Hat. We talk about Red Hat’s acquisition strategy, how CoreOS’ container focus fits into Red Hat’s open source enterprise software stack, what the deal means for Docker, and, for Brian Redbeard’s famous beard.
- Coder-as-Accountant: Serverless System Design Is Being Based on Costing Models
- Spotinst: Making the Most of Cheaper Excess Compute Capacity
Red Hat Buys CoreOS:
- Red Hat Will Acquire CoreOS to Boost Kubernetes Presence
- CoreOS’ Brandon Philips on Open Source that Bridges Community and Commercial Interests
- Red Hat Shakes Up Container Ecosystem With CoreOS Deal (The Next Platform)
- With Unstable Meltdown Patches, You Might Want to Consider Detection Instead
- Containers Offer Good Protection Against Spectre and Meltdown Attacks if You Know What to Do
- Microsoft Azure Event Grid Ties Together Serverless Functions, Cloud Services
- CNCF’s Rook Project Brings Storage Capability to Cloud-Native Workloads