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Speaking in Tech: WTH is NVMe? Basically it just makes things go a bit quicker

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week on the Speaking In Tech podcast, Ed Saipetch’s driving along with Amy Lewis and Peter Smallbone with special guest Martin Cooper, senior director Worldwide System Engineering and Alliances, Next Generation Data Center for NetApp. The details... (00:18) Bomb in …
Team Register, 17 May 2017
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Wave of DevOps, Containers, CD expertise heads for London

Events We’ll be throwing the doors open at Continuous Lifecycle in just over 36 hours, but there’s still time for you to grab a prime spot for three days of the best in DevOps, Agile and Containers. We’ve got 40 of the finest brains in software development and delivery joining us on stage at the QE II in Westminster as part of our …
Team Register, 15 May 2017
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DevOps, Containers, CD in Westminster - the countdown begins

Events There’s just a few days left till we open the doors at Continuous Lifecycle London, our three-day extravaganza covering DevOps, Agile and Containers, but if you’re quick you can still snag a ticket. Whether it’s how methodologies work in practice, how to get a grip on the latest tools, or how to better exploit the technology …
Team Register, 12 May 2017

Speaking in Tech: Crew old and new reunited at Dell EMC World love-in

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week the whole gang, past and present, are live in Las Vegas podcasting from Dell EMC World. Besides peeling back this week's announcements, Greg, Ed, Amy, Peter and Melissa are joined by Sarah Vela and Mark Twomey (AKA Storagezilla) to discuss changes at Dell EMC, …
Team Register, 10 May 2017
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Continuous Lifecycle: Just 30 conference tickets left

Events We’ve got 30 conference seats left at Continuous Lifecycle, and we’d really like to see you, yes you, sat in one of them. Snapping up one of our conference tickets means you’ll have the pick of 40 of the finest speakers in DevOps, Containers, Continuous Delivery and Agile, at the QE II Centre in Central London from May 17 to …
Team Register, 09 May 2017
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CLL Countdown: Doors open in 11 days, places limited

Events If you want to see how real world organisations are putting DevOps, Containers and Continuous Delivery to work, you’ve got 11 days to secure one of the remaining places at Continuous Lifecycle London 2017. With over 40 speakers and workshop leaders joining us at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre from May 17 to 19, you’ …
Team Register, 05 May 2017
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Containers, DevOps, Continuous Delivery: Put your X in the box

There are just 14 days to go until 40 of the top brains in DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Containers and Agile come together at Continuous Lifecycle London, and there’s still time for you to grab a ticket. Whether you’re looking to dip your toes or take a deep dive into the latest container technology or CD methodology, you’ll …
Team Register, 03 May 2017
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Speaking in Tech: Gather round children for some Fyre festival horror tales

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise An engineer gets fined in Oregon for calling himself an engineer and Amazon wants a peek at what you are wearing. This week Greg, Ed and Melissa mull over absurd state rules and new toys from Amazon as well as horror stories from Fyre Festival in this week’s tech podcast …
Team Register, 03 May 2017
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M6 crowned crappiest motorway for 4G signal

The M6 is officially the UK's worst motorway for 4G coverage. Global Wireless Solutions clocked up almost a million data points to find a winner and loser. On average Britain’s linear car parks, er, motorways only maintain an LTE signal 62 per cent of the time. But the M6, originally built for ferrying northerners to Cup …
Team Register, 28 Apr 2017
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DevOps and containers heavyweights' London meetup: Under 3 weeks to go

We’ll be opening the doors for Continuous Lifecycle London 2017 in less than three weeks, meaning time is running out to secure a front row seat for three days of the best in DevOps, Containers, Agile, CD and more. We’ve got a fantastic lineup of speakers and workshop leaders joining us at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference …
Team Register, 27 Apr 2017
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Speaking in Tech: Google vs your privacy... part 73(4)iii(b)

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise Google just can’t avoid privacy fights whether its fighting legal requests for emails or fending off criticism from the Electronic Freedom Foundation. This week, Greg, Ed, Melissa and Peter are joined this week by John Rakowski, Director of Product Marketing for Application …
Team Register, 26 Apr 2017
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Team Register, 20 Apr 2017
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Less than four weeks till DevOps' finest assemble in London

Events There's just four weeks till we throw open the doors for Continuous Lifecycle London 2017, so if you want to enjoy three days of the best in DevOps, Containers, Agile, CD and more, act now. We've got a fantastic lineup of speakers and workshop leaders joining us at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre from 17-19 May. …
Team Register, 20 Apr 2017

Speaking in Tech: Hacking Microsoft Windows? That's cute

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise Ed, Melissa and Amy are joined by Chris Wysopal, noted hacker and CTO/co-founder of Veracode on this week's tech podcast. The crew talks about how hacking has evolved and the importance of secure software. The details... (0:00) Out and about (2:40) Over Slacking (4:30 …
Team Register, 19 Apr 2017

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Team Register, 19 Apr 2017
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Large UK businesses are getting pwned way more than smaller ones

Larger businesses in the UK are far more likely to be victims of attacks than smaller ones, according to a survey by the British Chamber of Commerce. Nearly half (42 per cent) of companies with more than 100 staff have been hit by information spillages, hackers or malware attacks. This figure compares to 18 per cent of …
Team Register, 18 Apr 2017
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Oh snap! UK Prime Minister Theresa May calls June election

Prime Minister Theresa May has called a snap general election to be held on 8 June. The 11am statement – delivered 15 minutes earlier than political journalists had been led to believe – confirmed that an election would be held in seven weeks. In a veiled reference to last June's referendum vote to leave the European Union, …
Team Register, 18 Apr 2017
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DevOps, Containers, and three days in May

Events If you want your software operation to keep up with the outside world, DevOps and Containerization must be on your agenda. Thankfully, both are at the top of the agenda for Continuous Lifecycle next month, giving you the chance to give both theory and tools a good going over, whether you’re just starting out, or already deep, …
Team Register, 12 Apr 2017
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Speaking in Tech: VCDX? One! Two! Three! Four! I'd rather be in the Marine Corps!

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise In this week's episode Amy and Melissa are joined by Rebecca Fitzhugh from Rubrik. They discuss the merits and struggles of the VCDX, United's new fight-it-out standby policy, dragging switches out of the datacenter, Microsoft buying into container hype and neural network …
Team Register, 12 Apr 2017

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Team Register, 10 Apr 2017
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Terms and conditions of use

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Team Register, 10 Apr 2017
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Speaking in Tech: Verizon, Comcast and AT&T... Trust us, we won't sell you out

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise Cloud for less than a penny? Tencent recently won a bid to provide the city of Xiamen with cloud services for one Yuan. The President of Alibaba claims the bid “destroyed the entire industry”. On this week’s podcast we discuss China’s cloud race, privacy rules in the US and …
Team Register, 05 Apr 2017
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Continuous Lifecycle: Over 40 reasons to secure your place

Events If you’re asking yourself how to get your boss to sign off on your ticket for Continuous Lifecycle London in May, the answer is 42. That’s how many top notch speakers and workshop leaders we have confirmed on the programme right now. From our keynote speakers, through our conference presenters, to our workshop leaders, we’ve …
Team Register, 03 Apr 2017
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Reg now behind invisible HTML5 Bitcoin paywall

Readers will be aware that these are tough times for the media. And The Register is no exception: like many other publishers we need to diversify our revenue base. So we set a team of developers to find disruptive ways of funding our journalists, pun-generation labs and to ensure our founders' long labours are properly …
Team Register, 01 Apr 2017
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M3 call for papers extended

We’ve had a cracking response to our call for papers for M3, but more than a few people at the cutting edge of AI and machine learning have been in touch to ask for extensions. So, to be fair to all, we’re pushing the deadline for the call for papers back to April 17. Full details of the call for papers are here. Which means …
Team Register, 31 Mar 2017

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