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Author: Twain Taylor

My interests lie in DevOps, IoT, and cloud applications. I began my career in tech B2B marketing at Google India, after which I headed marketing for multiple startups. Today, I consult with companies in The Valley on their content marketing initiatives, and write for tech journals.

Blockchain in the enterprise: 6 real-world use cases

Blockchain is transforming the Internet. But what role is there for blockchain in the enterprise? Find out why companies are…

Oracle cloud digs in for a long hard battle against AWS

Oracle cloud has had a hard time catching up to AWS, but the database giant is leveraging its experience to…

How Grafeas handles metadata and why your Kubernetes system needs it

Containers are meant to come and go, so keeping track of them is difficult. Enter Grafeas, an open source tool…

Biggest cloud computing vendors: A look at the top 5

As companies turn to the cloud for their computing needs, competition for their business is fierce. These 5 cloud computing…

Go to the head of the class: 6 EdTech startups to watch in 2019

The education sector has been mostly unchanged for a century. But education tech companies are changing that. These EdTech startups…

Kubernetes and serverless: The point where they intersect

Kubernetes makes container management easy. Serverless makes code deployment easy. But are Kubernetes and serverless different means to the same…

What KubeCon + CloudNativeCon tells us about containers in 2019

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon was a big success, attracting a record number of attendees. Couldn’t make it to the big event…

Move over, DevOps: Top 8 tools to enable GitOps in the cloud

There’s a new buzzword in town: GitOps. And it’s already ruling microservices and container-based platforms. Here’s a look at the…

How machine language is driving innovation at Uber

Despite headline-making scandals, Uber is one of the most successful startups ever. Its innovative use of machine learning is a…

SAP doubles-down on experience management with its Qualtrics buy

SAP has acquired analytics company Qualtrics. The goal for SAS: expanding its CRM capabilities and improving customer experience.