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How to Secure Containers and Microservices [InfoWorld]

Cloud computing is more accessible than ever before; however, it creates new and more advanced risks for all types of businesses. This fact alone is why so many successful businesses still use legacy architecture. It feels safe; they know it works (for now). It is hard to move all of your infrastructure, applications and data to something that demands new security practices, right? Especially when you don’t trust everything remains secure before, during and after the migration.

Awarding Exceptional Leadership

Here at Apcera we like to acknowledge the achievements of our employees. It’s always great when they are recognized outside of our walls for the work they do. We take special pride when one of our own is recognized by others for his or her contributions and leadership.

Today our COO Jan Plutzer is being honored as the 2015 Female Executive of the Year at the Women in Business and the Professions World Awards, for her leadership both at our company and in the community.

Apcera Debuts Hybrid Cloud Operating System

In my most recent blogs, I explained what the hybrid cloud is, and why, despite its popularity, many enterprises are feeling frustrated about their deployments. The problem, I noted, is that hybrid cloud rarely lives up to the promise of improving agility and reducing costs because you need more people to manage the various clouds and manual processes to tie those together.

But what if there was some way to tie all these various layers of IT resources – both on premise and in various public clouds – together, so that enterprises could get the benefits they’re expecting?