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Containers, Docker, PaaS: Discuss on InformationWeek Radio

Join the editors of InformationWeek and a special guest panel as they discuss a wide range of issues that will have you rethinking your company's cloud computing strategy.

NEW YORK, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- If cloud computing is the future of the dynamic enterprise, is it time for your IT department to start rethinking some, if not all, of your cloud strategy?

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For instance, will Linux containers replace virtualization? Can software such as Docker change the way workloads are moved around? Can Linux containers change the future of PaaS?

Join InformationWeek Editor-at-Large Charles Babcock, along with a special guest panel, as they discuss the future of cloud computing on InformationWeek Radio.

Click here to register for the show, and then tune in this Tuesday, Aug. 19, at 1:00 p.m. EDT (10:00 a.m. PDT). Following the discussion, the guests will answer questions from the audience during a special live text chat on InformationWeek.

Babcock will be joined by Ben Kepes, a Forbes.com blogger and principal at the New Zealand technology consulting firm Diversity Limited; and Paul Miller, an analyst with the San Francisco online technology news provider GigaOm and the founder of The Cloud of Data.

Every day, InformationWeek looks at how technology is changing our lives, as well as the way business is done. Check out the site each day for the information that you need to keep up with IT colleagues. For more information on this week's radio show, click here.

Scott Ferguson
Community Editorial Director, UBM Tech
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