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tzubair
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5/29/2015 | 11:44:17 PM
Re: No. 11, hopefully, will be further updates on container management
@Charlie: I didn't know about this project but it seems intersting. Though I wonder what Google might be looking to acquire out of this project. Are they possibly planning to move towards a Linux based architecture?
tzubair
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tzubair,
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5/29/2015 | 11:42:01 PM
BIg screen
One of the things that Android may be missing right now is an integration with the big screen and a technology to project content over the big screen. Right now, the smartphones are almost becoming as powerful as computers but the small screen is a limitation which is why people still have to use laptops. Android should do something about this.
Charlie Babcock
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5/28/2015 | 1:22:46 PM
Where have we heard that name before?
Tomk, the choice of the name Next worked out nicely for Steve Jobs, during his years away from Apple. Maybe that luck will hold for the Google cloud as well. 
Thomas Claburn
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5/28/2015 | 8:44:08 AM
Re: No. 11, hopefully, will be further updates on container management
Google may wait on that since the company has scheduled a Cloud Platform event called Next in mid-June. 
Charlie Babcock
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5/27/2015 | 6:49:46 PM
No. 11, hopefully, will be further updates on container management
Last year, Google chose Google I/O to talk about its experience in launching and managing Linux containers as part of its infrastructure, an important addition to what had been a discussion focused mainly on Docker. It also made Kubernetes an open source code project. As the only company launching 2 billion containers a week, I hope there are updates on those fronts.


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