Codefresh 2020 Predictions: DevOps Trends for 2020
The DevOps community has a lot to look forward to in 2020, especially as Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) tools make great gains. CI/CD software is the backbone of the modern DevOps environment and bridges the gap between development and operations teams by automating build, test, and deployment of applications. At Codefresh, we predict the following eight DevOps trends will take root in 2020.
Codefresh to chuck 100 million reasons to develop open source at huddled dev masses
Kubecon 2019 CI/CD darling Codefresh took to the high seas of Kubecon to announce that it would be flinging $100m at the open-source ecosystem, as well as adding a free tier for its Kube-friendly pipeline tech.
Flash array startup E8 whips out benchmarks, everyone will complain
NVMe over Fabrics flash array startup E8 says its box out-performs Dell EMC and Pure arrays by up to 20 times.
E8 is now selling and shipping a 2U by 24 NVMe SSD and NVMe over Fabrics-accessed array, with dual controllers and some logic agents in the accessing servers. It provides a claimed 10 million IOPS with 100 microsecond latency. The array is actually just a bunch of flash drives and uses dual-port 6.4TB NVMe SSDs, the first such array in the storage business.
Storage newbie: You need COTS to really rock that NVMe baby
NVMe drives need NVMe fabrics to give shared arrays the data access latency killing benefits of NVMe. Unlike Nimble architect Dimitris Krekoukias, storage startup E8 believes putting NVMe SSDs in today's all-flash arrays will be futile; it claims we need NVMe fabrics to get the NVMe performance boost.
Sckipio touts fibre-like symmetrical G.fast kit
Fabless G.fast silicon house Sckipio hopes to give the fibre-most-of-the-way, copper to the home market a kick along with silicon that gets close to symmetric performance, at whatever data rate the copper can support.
G.fast is HERE: Sckipio slurps funding to cook up SPAWN of VDSL tech
Having sold his company Coppergate to Sigma Designs in 2009 for around $190m, Sckipio boss David (Dudi) Baum has got the band together to build a fixed broadband chip to take advantage of the 1Gbps-over-copper VDSL successor G.fast, which was ratified as an ITU standard this week. Sckipio has raised $17m in a series of second-round funding moves led by Pitango Venture Capital, to be combined with follow-on investment from the original Series A investors: Gemini Israel Ventures, Genesis Partners, Amiti Ventures and Aviv Ventures.