A few recent published stories on information technology:

A Tip from Mechanical Engineering: Use Control Theory to Better Auto-Scale Systems Want to more efficiently automate the scaling up and down of your IT systems? Take a close look at the traditional practice of control theory, advised Allan Espinosa, a DevOps engineer for Bloomberg, (The New Stack), 2018-04-24.

SUSE Cloud Application Platform Bundles Kubernetes with Cloud Foundry Enterprise Linux distributor SUSE has bundled the Cloud Foundry platform-as-a-service software with the Kubernetes container orchestration engine, with the aim of providing an integrated package of op (The New Stack), 2018-04-21.

Meet Gloo, the Function Gateway That Unifies Legacy APIs, Microservices, and Serverless Solo wants to unify all IT operations under a single common denominator, the function. (The New Stack), 2018-04-19.

Nvidia Embraces Kubernetes for Scalable Deep Learning GPU manufacturer Nvidia has put the open source Kubernetes container orchestration engine at the center of its strategy to bring machine learning to the enterprise. (The New Stack), 2018-04-11.

Anaconda’s Python/R Distribution Sets the Stage for Scalable Machine Learning When it comes to managing the development of machine learning models, git just does not get it. (The New Stack), 2018-04-11.

Kubernetes High Availability: No Single Point of Failure One of the chief benefits of the Kubernetes open source container orchestration engine is how it brings greater reliability and stability to distributed applications, through the use of dynamic sched (The New Stack), 2018-04-10.

Camunda Offers a Microservices Workflow Engine, Built on BPMN The challenge with microservices is that each one only keeps records of its own transactions (if it does this at all). (The New Stack), 2018-04-05.

Nvidia Offers a Data Center Simulator for Training Self-Driving Automobiles Earlier this month, an Uber self-driving car had accidentally struck and subsequently killed a woman crossing a road in Tempe Arizona. The accident was reportedly the first ever pedestrian death from (The New Stack), 2018-03-27.