Joab Jackson, The New Stack

Joab Jackson

The New Stack

East Coast, TAS, Australia

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  • The New Stack
  • CIO.com
  • Computerworld
  • ITworld
  • PCWorld
  • InfoWorld
  • Macworld
  • Network World

Past articles by Joab:

Generative AI: Don't Fire Your Copywriters Just Yet

For this latest podcast from The New Stack, we discussed ChatGPT with Ryan Johnston, chief marketing officer for Writer, a company that enjoyed an early success in generative AI technologies. → Read More

EU Analyst: The End of the Internet Is Near

Fracturing DNS! Incompatible Internet Protocols! Filters and walled gardens galore! The internet is being torn asunder by meddling governments and greedy corporations, a EU researcher warns. → Read More

Port: Platform Engineering the First Step in System Automation

In this latest edition of The New Stack podcast, we spoke with Zohar Einy, CEO of Port, to understand how platform engineering could work in your organization. → Read More

Platform Engineering Benefits Developers, and Companies too

In this latest version of The New Stack Makers podcast, we delve more deeply into the emerging practice of platform engineering, with Humanitec's Aeris Stewart, and HashiCorp's Michael Galloway. → Read More

PyTorch Poisoned in Software Supply Chain Attack

If you downloaded PyTorch-nightly on Linux via pip between Dec. 25, 2022, and Dec. 30, 2022, you've got trouble. → Read More

Hazelcast and the Benefits of Real-Time Data

Hazelcast's Manish Devgan discusses the company's real-time stream processing engine, it's users, the merits of Kafka and more. → Read More

Docker versus Kubernetes: Start Here

Docker is a technology for bundling applications into containers, so they can be moved into production. Kubernetes allows users to run entire clusters of containers as a single unit. → Read More

How Boeing Uses Cloud Native

In this latest podcast from The New Stack, we spoke with Ricardo Torres, chief engineer of open source and cloud native for aerospace giant Boeing. → Read More

How Bindle Makes It Easy to Store and Distribute Cloud Native Apps

Bindle was originally planned as a way to store and share WebAssembly applications and binaries although it’s proving useful for other forms of package management. → Read More

Kubernetes and Amazon Web Services

In this podcast recording, AWS Senior Engineer Jay Pipes discusses Amazon Web Services' use of Kubernetes, as well as the company's contribution to the Kubernetes code base. → Read More

Zero Trust Security and the HashiCorp Cloud Platform

HashiCorp is one company preparing enterprises for the challenges with managing more than a single cloud. To learn more, we spoke with Megan Laflamme, HashiCorp director of product marketing, at the HashiConf user conference. → Read More

MLOps Needs a Better Way to Manage GPUs

GPUs must be provisioned in a smarter way, asserted two Run.AI engineers at KubeCon, pointing the way to useful tools and further areas of research. → Read More

Latest Enhancements to HashiCorp Terraform and Terraform Cloud

In this podcast and video recording, Meghan Liese, HashiCorp vice president of product and partner marketing, discusses the latest enhancements to Terraform, and Terraform Cloud. → Read More

PostgreSQL 15: MERGE Ahead

Disgruntled Oracle and SQL Server users have one less roadblock to counter in their migration to the open source PostgreSQL → Read More

WebAssembly Needs Schedulers, and Kubernetes Doesn't Quite Fit the Bill

Cloud native computing no longer only means working with containers. One good example is the architecture of Cosmonic WebAssembly Platform → Read More

KubeCon+CloudNativeCon 2022 Rolls into Detroit

In this latest edition of The New Stack Makers podcast, we spoke with Priyanka Sharma, CNCF general manager and CERN's Ricardo Rocha about what to expect from KubeCon+CloudNativeCon 2022. → Read More

Terraform Cloud Now Offers Less Code — and No Code — Options

HashiCorp creates a graphical user interface for Terraform so developers can provision infrastructure as well → Read More

HashiCorp Cloud Can Now Spin up a Single Sign-on Zero Trust Network

By adding Boundary to its cloud platform, HashiCorp prepares enterprises for the standardization that will be required for multicloud use. → Read More

Cloudflare’s Kiwi Farms Support May Soon Hurt Its Bottom Line

Also in this week's edition: Bun gets hot in the Oven, but gets burned by an outdated recipe for success. And the new Kubernetes arrives, with lots of cgroup v2 goodies. → Read More

Temenos Benchmarks Show MongoDB Fit for Banking Work

A benchmarking test by a financial services software provider has found that MongoDB database can provide the power and speed needed for banking transactions, suggesting new possibilities of using the NoSQL database in the fast-paced financial sector → Read More