A few recent published stories on information technology:

StackPointCloud Solidifies Pricing for its Managed Kubernetes Cloud Deployments Kubernetes solution provider StackPointCloud has formally set the pricing for its universal control plane, a service that allows organizations to run the Kubernetes container orchestration engine anyw (The New Stack), 2017-03-28.

Forget the File System: The Future of Scalable Cloud Storage Will Be Objects Traditional approaches to enterprise-scale storage are falling short. Organizations are just amassing too much data to maintain traditional management approaches to storing all the stuff. (The New Stack), 2017-03-23.

SXSW 2017: How Machine Learning Differs From Regular Programming Machine learning is not like regular programming. (The New Stack), 2017-03-23.

SXSW 2017: Make APIs as Easy to Use as the Web Externally exposed application programming interfaces (APIs) should be just as easy to use, and work just as seamlessly as the Web, so argues API expert Mike Amundsen. (The New Stack), 2017-03-20.

Docker to Donate its Container Runtime, containerd, to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation Docker plans to donate its containerd container runtime to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to organizing a set of open source container-based cloud-native tec (The New Stack), 2017-03-19.

SXSW: Time Should Be an Essential Design Element for Your Next Project Designers should consider time as an essential design element, right alongside other core design elements such as lines, shapes, forms, textures, colors, and space, advised Christine Todorovich, princ (The New Stack), 2017-03-15.

Docker Launches an Enterprise Edition, Refines Market Strategy Docker has reorganized its line of self-named container technologies, debuting a new package for professional use, called Docker Enterprise, and is setting a brisk schedule for developer releases. (The New Stack), 2017-03-02.