All posts by Renat Khasanshyn

Why Altoros Joined the Hyperledger Project

November 30, 2016 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
The momentum behind the Hyperledger Project signals the arrival of an enterprise-grade permissioned distributed ledger technologies. It will play a major role in redesign of century-old processes. As a corporate sponsor of the Hyperledger Project and the Linux Foundation, Altoros will continue contributing resources and code to help the Hyperledger Project fulfill its mission.

Announcing GPU-Enabled TensorFlow Instances on AWS

January 15, 2016 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
Altoros ships in an Amazon Machine Image that ensures a one-click deployment of multi-tenant TensorFlow on AWS.

Microservices Architecture Patterns and Riak on Cloud Foundry

April 24, 2015 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
This post contains a video recording of the Cloud Foundry and Docker meetup held in beautiful San Ramon, California. Check out the agenda and tune in!

Cloud Foundry: Why and How It May Shape the World

December 9, 2014 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
The launch of the Cloud Foundry Foundation is not only an important milestone for our community, but a defining moment for the future of many industries.

Cloud Foundry Summit 2014: Day 1

The most anticipated Cloud Foundry event of this year kicked off yesterday in the sunny San Francisco—fully packed.

By 2025, Containers, not VMs, Will Run 1/2 of the Cloud Workloads

June 5, 2014 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
Excited by the announcement of the Cloud Foundry’s BOSH release for Docker, I decided to come up with our opinion on the future of containers.

The Cloud Foundry Foundation: a PaaS Revolution?

February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
Just as we are witnessing the tipping point of the Ukrainian revolution, something similar just happened in the cloudy world of IT.

Mashup Camp 4 in Mountain View, CA: Web 2.0 Is Going Mainstream

July 21, 2007 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
These are the notes from a great event I've attended this week, as well as some of the results from the IBM Business Mashup Challenge we participated in together with Mark Madsen.

Will Mashups Push Web 2.0 into the Enterprise Arena?

May 16, 2007 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
The short answer is, "yes," but I believe it is conditional to certain changes that have to happen first.
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