Piotr Wachowicz

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A Review of OpenStack Days Nordic 

By Piotr Wachowicz | October 20, 2017

We’ve just returned from OpenStack Days Nordic, a two-day conference in Copenhagen. As was to be expected, it was a worthwhile event.The keynotes, especially, did not disappoint.

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Bright streamlines the creation of clusters in Amazon Web Services

By Piotr Wachowicz | October 11, 2016

We’ve been writing about many of the great features of Version 7.3 of Bright Cluster Manager software, but I have to say that revamping our Amazon Web Services (AWS) integration is high on my list of improvements. It’s now far easier to deploy the AWS cluster extension and Cluster on Demand capabilities of Bright Cluster Manager. We’ve even added the ability to create multiple clusters on demand in parallel.

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Containerization vs. Virtualization – Device Access

By Piotr Wachowicz | August 11, 2016

We have come to final round of our blog smackdown between containerization and virtualization. Read on to see if anyone inflicts a beat-down. Our final post looks at device access and concludes with a few words summing up the contest.

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Containerization vs. Virtualization - Package Distribution

By Piotr Wachowicz | August 05, 2016

Our blog smackdown between containerization and virtualization continues with a new post on package distribution.

For new readers, we are in the middle of a “wrestling match” – a friendly contest between Taras Shapovalov, (team container) Piotr Wachowicz (team VM). The battle royal includes:

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Containerization vs. Virtualization – Image Version Control

By Piotr Wachowicz | July 29, 2016

Our blog smackdown between containerization and virtualization is moving along nicely. We have even extended it two more “rounds” because our teammates have so much more to say! Our next post is about image version control.

For new readers, we are in the middle of a “wrestling match” – a friendly contest between Taras Shapovalov, (team container) Piotr Wachowicz (team VM). The battle royal includes:

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Containerization vs. Virtualization – Application Sharing

By Piotr Wachowicz | July 13, 2016

Our blog smackdown between containerization and virtualization is rolling along. Today’s post looks at application sharing.

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Containerization vs. Virtualization – Image Formats

By Piotr Wachowicz | July 05, 2016

Our blog smackdown between containerization and virtualization is rolling along. Today’s post looks at image formats.

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Containerization vs. Virtualization – Start Time and Setup Orchestration

By Piotr Wachowicz | June 10, 2016

Our 9-part blog smackdown between containerization and virtualization continues today with a look at two topics: start time and setup orchestration.

For new readers, we are deep into our “wrestling match” – a friendly contest between Taras Shapovalov, (team container) Piotr Wachowicz (team VM). The battle royal includes:

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Containerization vs. Virtualization – More on Overhead

By Piotr Wachowicz | June 01, 2016

Continuing our 8-part blog smackdown between containerization and virtualization, today we are going to dive deeper into overhead. We’ll discuss how much virtual machine (VM) overhead can be reduced with the right know-how and tools and how that matches up with containerization overhead.

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Containerization vs. Virtualization – Image size and Overhead

By Piotr Wachowicz | May 19, 2016

Containers are the hot topic at many if not most of the IT conferences I have attended recently. Containerization has definitely invaded the territory of virtualization, with many saying that containerization wins in a beat down. Does industry even need VMs anymore?

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