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Kenadyr Mining's second 2017 drill hole intersects 50 meters at 8.15 g/t Au at the East Zone from 151m to 201m depth in drill hole EZ-1-17

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/19/17 -- Kenadyr Mining (Holdings) Corp. (TSX VENTURE:KEN)(OTCQB:KNDYF)(FRANKFURT:KM0) (the "Corporation" or "Kenadyr") is pleased to announce that the second drill hole of the 2017 season, collared at the East Zone on Kenadyr's 100% owned Borubai License, Kyrgyz Republic, has intersected 50 meters at 8.15 g/t Au, from a downhole depth of 151 m to 201m.

The East Zone, as is the case with the previously drilled South Zone (40m @ 6.17 g/t Au in drill hole SZ-1-17), is directly adjacent to Zijin Mining Group Co Ltd.'s ("Zijin") Taldy Bulak Levoberejnyi (TBL) Mine, currently in production. The East Zone intersection, from drill hole EZ-1-17, is approximately 1 km from drill hole SZ-1-17, which was drilled in the South Zone. Zijin's TBL Deposit occurs directly between these two drill holes. Both drill holes encountered identical mineralization consisting of pervasive quartz-tourmaline-pyrite stockwork veining. This mineralization is consistent with the mineralization being mined at the TBL Deposit.

To view the map associated with this release, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/ken0619map.pdf.

Kenadyr's initial drilling was designed to intersect the various areas surrounding the TBL Mining Lease, which were previously drilled by the Soviets between 1970 and 1990, and where significant gold mineralization was reported. Subject to additional drilling results, Kenadyr's initial drill holes SZ-1-17 and EZ-1-17 confirm the presence of highly significant widespread gold mineralization reported historically by the Soviets, however these drill holes also encountered stronger and thicker mineralization than was previously reported from both the South Zone and the East Zone. These intersections confirm that significant widespread gold mineralization exists on Kenadyr's license directly adjacent to the TBL Mine, and that this mineralization continues in both directions along strike from the TBL Deposit.

The East Zone is open in two directions and to depth, and appears to directly connect to the TBL deposit. Core recovery for drill hole EZ-1-17 is greater than 99% and all intervals have been assayed using fire assay methods at an internationally accredited laboratory (ALS Global).

Drill Hole EZ-1-17 Assay Results are listed in the table below:


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From                          To      Intervals (meters)        Grade Au g/t
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151 m                      201 m               50 meters         8.15 g/t Au
including                                                                   
161 m                      179 m               18 meters         12.8 g/t Au
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The Corporation is confident that these intersections are approximate 'true widths'.

Kenadyr is in a strong position having a robust balance sheet, no debt nor significant payments owing, and a supportive institutional shareholder base. The management team has extensive in-country operational experience, and merger and acquisition expertise.

Dr. Alexander Becker, Kenadyr Chief Executive Officer, states, "These results from our second 2017 drill hole at Borubai have again exceeded our expectations. This latest drill hole, located on Kenadyr's license and drilled at the East Zone, demonstrates that highly significant gold mineralization also continues strongly to the East of the TBL Deposit, onto Kenadyr's License. Technical staff believe, based on the strength of the mineralization encountered in our first two 2017 drill holes that the mineralization being mined at the adjacent TBL Mine continues strongly in two directions along strike onto Kenadyr's Borubai License. As well, based on the geometry of the TBL deposit, the Corporation is confident that these intersections are approximate 'true widths'."

Kenadyr's Borubai project comprises a 100-per-cent-owned exploration license covering a contiguous 164-square-kilometre land package that encircles the Zijin/Kyrgyzaltyn newly constructed and operational TBL mine, in northern Kyrgyz Republic.

Zijin, the majority owner of the TBL mine, is one of China's largest gold producers, second-largest copper and zinc producer, as well as a major producer of tungsten and iron ore (source: Zijin website). According to a news release published by Zijin on Aug. 15, 2011, the national resources table of Kyrgyz Republic stated that the TBL field contains (C1 plus C2) 8,906,100 tonnes of gold ore (the average grade is 7.23 grams per tonne). The TBL mine is designed to produce 125,000 ounces of gold per annum. The TBL mine deposit is directly adjacent to Kenadyr's initial drill targets, the South Zone and East Zone, which were previously drilled by the Soviets, with drilling on the Borubai License exceeding 98,000 meters.

Readers are cautioned that the historical resource and reserve estimates relating to the TBL mine do not extend to the Borubai project. Kenadyr has not independently verified the information with respect to the TBL mine provided in this news release and it is not necessarily indicative of the mineralization on the Borubai project. Kenadyr is not aware of the resource and reserve categories, or the key assumptions, parameters and methods used to prepare the estimates on Zijin's TBL mine. The historical estimates on the TBL mine are not current mineral resources or mineral reserves as defined in National Instrument 43-101. Kenadyr considers the historical estimates on the TBL mine disclosed in this news release to be relevant to investors for the purpose of understanding Kenadyr's current drill program and exploration strategy.

Kenadyr's Borubai project, which surrounds the TBL mine, has been the subject of extensive historic exploration including drilling (98,200 metres in 184 diamond drill holes), trenching (13,800 cumulative metres), bulldozer cuts (33,400 cumulative metres), geologic mapping at 1:25,000 and 1:50,000 scales, ridge, spur and grid soil geochemistry for multi-elements (14,200 samples), rock geochemical sampling (2,320 samples), pan concentrate sampling (790 samples), 100 metres of adits, and 184 metres of underground raises. Additionally, the entire area has been subject to airborne magnetic, radiometric and gravity surveys, as well as ground-based resistivity and induced polarization surveys. Additional high grade gold targets exist throughout the Borubai license. The entire license has been subject to extensive geochemical and geophysical surveys, with follow up trenching and drilling on only a few of the identified anomalies.

Additional information in respect of the Corporation's business and the Borubai project is available in the Corporation's Annual Information Form dated April 28, 2017, available under the Corporation's profile on SEDAR.

Kenadyr has an expert team of mine developers with considerable local and regulatory knowledge, led by Chief Executive Officer Dr. Alex Becker, who has operated successfully in the country for much of the past 20 years. The board and management team includes; R. Stuart (Tookie) Angus (Chairman), Alexander Becker (Chief Executive Officer), Bryan Slusarchuk (President), Douglas J. Kirwin (Director), Brian Lueck (Director) and Kevin Ma (Chief Financial Officer). Mark Eaton will act as an adviser to the Corporation.

Brian Lueck, P. Geo, a director of Kenadyr and a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical information in this news release.

On behalf of Kenadyr Mining (Holdings) Corp.

Dr. Alexander Becker, Chief Executive Officer and Director

For more information, visit www.kenadyr.com.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its regulation services provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

This news release contains forward-looking statements relating to the future operations of the Corporation and other statements that are not historical facts. Forward-looking statements are often identified by terms such as "will", "may", "should", "anticipate", "expects" and similar expressions. All statements other than statements of historical fact, included in this release, including, without limitation, statements regarding the future plans and objectives of the Corporation are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Corporation's expectations include the success for failure of the Corporation's proposed exploration activities on the Borubai Project or its resource potential relative to the TBL Mine and other risks detailed from time to time in the filings made by the Corporation with securities regulations.

The reader is cautioned that assumptions used in the preparation of any forward-looking information may prove to be incorrect. Events or circumstances may cause actual results to differ materially from those predicted, as a result of numerous known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors, many of which are beyond the control of the Corporation. The reader is cautioned not to place undue reliance on any forward-looking information. Such information, although considered reasonable by management at the time of preparation, may prove to be incorrect and actual results may differ materially from those anticipated. Forward-looking statements contained in this news release are expressly qualified by this cautionary statement. The forward-looking statements contained in this news release are made as of the date of this news release and the Corporation will update or revise publicly any of the included forward-looking statements as expressly required by Canadian securities law.

Appendix: Assay intervals for drill holes SZ-1-17 and EZ-1-17

Hole SZ-1-17 (Significant Intervals)


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                 No.                                             Au,    Rock
No.           Sample      from        to    length    weight     ppm    code
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
366             1736        to     639.0       1.0     3.130   2.418     BER
367             1737     639.0     640.0       1.0     3.670  10.575     BER
368             1738     640.0     641.0       1.0     4.100  28.643     BER
369             1739     641.0     642.0       1.0     3.010   4.759     BER
370             1740     642.0     642.0     Blank     3.060   0.057        
371             1741     642.0     643.0       1.0     3.270  12.777     BER
372             1742     643.0     644.0       1.0     3.520   3.716     BER
373             1743     644.0     645.0       1.0     3.150   0.951     BER
374             1744     645.0     646.0       1.0     3.630   0.584     BER
375             1745     646.0     647.0       1.0     3.480   1.984     BER
376             1746     647.0     648.0       1.0     3.570   4.725     BER
377             1747     648.0     649.0       1.0     3.150    0.57     BER
378             1748     649.0     650.0       1.0     3.750    0.66     BER
379             1749     650.0     651.0       1.0     4.150    9.21     BER
380             1750     651.0     652.0       1.0     3.800    6.61     BER
381             1751     652.0     653.0       1.0     3.900   28.75     BER
382             1752     653.0     654.0       1.0     4.150    4.78     BER
383             1753     654.0     655.0       1.0     4.000    0.44     BER
384             1754     655.0     656.0       1.0     3.250    0.90     BER
385             1755     656.0     657.0       1.0     4.150    6.69   Q-TUR
386             1756     657.0     658.0       1.0     3.800    2.59   Q-TUR
387             1757     658.0     659.0       1.0     4.100    1.63   Q-TUR
388             1758     659.0     660.0       1.0     4.100    3.55   Q-TUR
389             1759     660.0     661.0       1.0     3.800    1.75   Q-TUR
390             1760     661.0     662.0       1.0     3.900    3.60   Q-TUR
391             1761     662.0     663.0       1.0     3.150    0.38   Q-TUR
392             1762     663.0     664.0       1.0     3.250    4.99   Q-TUR
393             1763     664.0     665.0       1.0     3.600    4.56   Q-TUR
394             1764     665.0     666.0       1.0     3.150    3.18   Q-TUR
395             1765     666.0     667.0       1.0     4.200    7.52   Q-TUR
396             1766     667.0     668.0       1.0     4.100   12.40   Q-TUR
397             1767     668.0     669.0       1.0     3.250    2.89   Q-TUR
398             1768     669.0     670.0       1.0     4.000   10.94   Q-TUR
399             1769     670.0     671.0       1.0     3.250    9.24   Q-TUR
400             1770     671.0     672.0       1.0     4.000    4.58   Q-TUR
401             1771     672.0     673.0       1.0     3.100   20.92   Q-TUR
402             1772     673.0     674.0       1.0     3.250    5.68   Q-TUR
403             1773     674.0     675.0       1.0     3.600    3.65   Q-TUR
404             1774     675.0     676.0       1.0     4.100    0.62   Q-TUR
405             1775     676.0     677.0       1.0     4.000    7.08   Q-TUR
406             1776     677.0     678.0       1.0     3.100    5.24   Q-TUR
407             1777     678.0     679.0       1.0     2.300    0.27       Q
408             1778     679.0     680.0       1.0     3.000    0.19       Q
409             1779     680.0     681.0       1.0     2.200    0.27     LIS
410             1780     681.0     681.0     Blank     3.000    less        
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
411             1781     681.0     682.0       1.0     2.500    1.19     LIS
412             1782     682.0     683.0       1.0     3.000    0.24     LIS
413             1783     683.0     684.0       1.0     3.500    0.13     LIS
414             1784     684.0     685.0       1.0     3.000    0.27     LIS
415             1785     685.0     686.0       1.0     3.100    less     LIS
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
416             1786     686.0     687.0       1.0     2.700    less       Q
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
417             1787     687.0     688.0       1.0     3.400    0.87      DR
418             1788     688.0     689.0       1.0     3.500    0.06      DR
419             1789     689.0     690.0       1.0     2.500    less      DR
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
420             1790     690.0     691.0       1.0     2.200    less      DR
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
421             1791     691.0     692.0       1.0     3.100    less      DR
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
422             1792     692.0     693.0       1.0     3.000    0.06      DR
423             1793     693.0     694.0       1.0     3.200    0.33   Q-TUR
424             1794     694.0     695.0       1.0     4.000    0.41   Q-TUR
425             1795     695.0     696.0       1.0     3.100    1.86   Q-TUR
426             1796     696.0     697.0       1.0     3.250    0.24   Q-TUR
427             1797     697.0     698.0       1.0     3.100    0.05   Q-TUR
428             1798     698.0     699.0       1.0     4.000    less      MG
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
429             1799     699.0     700.0       1.0     3.600    less      MG
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
430             1800     700.0     701.0       1.0     3.500    less      MG
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
431             1801     701.0     702.0       1.0     4.000    less      MG
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
432             1802     702.0     703.0       1.0     3.600    less      MG
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
433             1803     703.0     704.0       1.0     4.000    less      MG
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
434             1804     704.0     705.0       1.0     4.000    less      MG
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
435             1805     705.0     706.0       1.0     4.120    less      MG
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
436             1806     706.0     707.0       1.0     4.250    0.10   Q-SER
437             1807     707.0     708.0       1.0     3.500    2.23   Q-SER
438             1808     708.0     709.0       1.0     4.250    0.94   Q-SER
439             1809     709.0     710.0       1.0     4.200    less   Q-SER
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
440             1810     710.0     711.0       1.0     4.100    0.06   Q-SER
441             1811     711.0     712.0       1.0     3.780    0.06     LIS
442             1812     712.0     713.0       1.0     4.250    less     LIS
                                                                than        
                                                               0.050        
443             1813     713.0     714.0       1.0     4.000    0.70   Q-SER
444             1814     714.0     715.0       1.0     4.000    1.64   Q-TUR
445             1815     715.0     716.0       1.0     3.500    1.52   Q-TUR
446             1816     716.0     717.0       1.0     4.000   14.94   Q-TUR
447             1817     717.0     718.0       1.0     4.250    7.47   Q-TUR
448             1818     718.0     719.0       1.0     4.250    3.49   Q-TUR
449             1819     719.0     720.0       1.0     3.635           Q-TUR

Hole EZ-1-17 (significant intervals)


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              No.                                Au,     Au,     Au,    Rock
No.        Sample     from       to   length     ppm     ppm     ppm    code
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1            1955    140.0    141.0      1.0    less                      MG
                                                than                        
                                               0.050                        
2            1956    141.0    142.0      1.0    less                   Q-SER
                                                than                        
                                               0.050                        
3            1957    142.0    143.0      1.0    less                     LIS
                                                than                        
                                               0.050                        
4            1958    143.0    144.0      1.0    less                     LIS
                                                than                        
                                               0.050                        
5            1959    144.0    145.0      1.0    less                     LIS
                                                than                        
                                               0.050                        
6            1960    145.0    146.0      1.0    less                     LIS
                                                than                        
                                               0.050                        
7            1961    146.0    147.0      1.0   0.061                     LIS
8            1962    147.0    148.0      1.0   0.087                     LIS
9            1963    148.0    149.0      1.0   0.140   0.140             BER
10           1964    149.0    150.0      1.0   0.723                     BER
11           1965    150.0    151.0      1.0   0.611                     BER
12           1966    151.0    152.0      1.0    18.8    18.8    14.1     BER
13           1967    152.0    153.0      1.0    10.3    10.7     9.6   Q-TUR
15           1968    153.0    154.0      1.0     7.9     6.4     7.1   Q-TUR
16           1969    154.0    155.0      1.0     7.1     6.1     6.9   Q-TUR
17           1970    155.0    156.0      1.0     3.4     2.4     2.6   Q-TUR
18           1971    156.0    157.0      1.0    2.27    2.27           Q-TUR
19           1972    157.0    158.0      1.0    4.71    4.25    4.48   Q-TUR
20           1973    158.0    159.0      1.0    3.46    3.12    2.28   Q-TUR
21           1974    159.0    160.0      1.0    2.95    1.98    2.31   Q-TUR
22           1975    160.0    161.0      1.0    5.20    4.49    4.33   Q-TUR
23           1976    161.0    162.0      1.0    13.0    20.3    19.7   Q-TUR
24           1977    162.0    163.0      1.0    9.06    7.92    7.94   Q-TUR
25           1978    163.0    164.0      1.0    2.28    3.71    3.05   Q-TUR
26           1979    164.0    165.0      1.0    4.94    6.63    6.74   Q-TUR
27           1980    165.0    166.0      1.0    7.60    8.84   11.13   Q-TUR
28           1981    166.0    167.0      1.0    17.1    17.8    14.2   Q-TUR
29           1982    167.0    168.0      1.0    23.7    24.5    23.8   Q-TUR
30           1983    168.0    169.0      1.0    34.5    39.1    39.1   Q-TUR
31           1984    169.0    170.0      1.0    17.5    14.6    14.5   Q-TUR
32           1985    170.0    171.0      1.0    4.66    3.93    3.54   Q-TUR
33           1986    171.0    172.0      1.0    4.53    4.41           Q-TUR
34           1987    172.0    173.0      1.0    12.0    11.7    10.9   Q-TUR
35           1988    173.0    174.0      1.0    4.46    4.05    4.05   Q-TUR
36           1989    174.0    175.0      1.0    3.07    3.51    3.50   Q-TUR
37           1990    175.0    176.0      1.0    16.6    17.5    16.4   Q-TUR
38           1991    176.0    177.0      1.0    15.2    16.9    15.4   Q-TUR
39           1992    177.0    178.0      1.0    7.50    7.73    6.81   Q-TUR
40           1993    178.0    179.0      1.0    19.0    17.1    16.7   Q-TUR
41           1994    179.0    180.0      1.0    5.37    4.95    4.76   Q-TUR
42           1995    180.0    180.0    BLANK    less   blank                
                                                than                        
                                               0.050                        
43           1996    180.0    181.0      1.0    5.15    4.62    6.32   Q-TUR
44           1997    181.0    182.0      1.0    3.78    3.76    4.94   Q-TUR
45           1998    182.0    183.0      1.0    2.00    2.26    2.21   Q-TUR
46           1999    183.0    184.0      1.0    10.0    9.16    9.71   Q-TUR
47           2000    184.0    185.0      1.0    16.3    15.2    16.9   Q-TUR
48           2001    185.0    186.0      1.0    5.25    5.49           Q-TUR
49           2002    186.0    187.0      1.0    6.78    7.49           Q-TUR
50           2003    187.0    188.0      1.0    3.51                   Q-TUR
51           2004    188.0    189.0      1.0    6.47    6.99    6.17   Q-TUR
52           2005    189.0    190.0      1.0    22.6    23.2    23.7   Q-TUR
53           2006    190.0    191.0      1.0    6.16    5.94           Q-TUR
54           2007    191.0    192.0      1.0    2.52    2.51    2.82   Q-TUR
55           2008    192.0    193.0      1.0    2.22    2.16    2.02   Q-TUR
56           2009    193.0    194.0      1.0    1.71                   Q-TUR
57           2010    194.0    195.0      1.0    1.44                   Q-TUR
58           2011    195.0    196.0      1.0    2.83    2.55    2.49   Q-TUR
59           2012    196.0    197.0      1.0    1.05                   Q-TUR
60           2013    197.0    198.0      1.0    2.07    1.97    2.14   Q-TUR
61           2014    198.0    199.0      1.0    4.40    4.27    3.96   Q-TUR
62           2015    199.0    200.0      1.0    10.3    12.8    9.74   Q-TUR
63           2016    200.0    201.0      1.0    1.34                   Q-TUR
64           2017    201.0    202.0      1.0    1.08                   Q-TUR
65           2018    202.0    203.0      1.0   0.625                   Q-TUR
66           2019    203.0    204.0      1.0   0.506                   Q-TUR
67           2020    204.0    205.0      1.0   0.469                     BER
68           2021    205.0    206.0      1.0   0.298                     BER
69           2022    206.0    207.0      1.0   0.388                     BER
70           2023    207.0    208.0      1.0   0.323   0.333           Q-TUR
71           2024    208.0    209.0      1.0   0.364                   Q-TUR
72           2025    209.0    210.0      1.0   0.616                   Q-TUR
73           2026    210.0    211.0      1.0   0.073                     AMF
74           2027    211.0    212.0      1.0    less    less   blank     AMF
                                                than    than                
                                               0.050   0.050                
75           2028    212.0    213.0      1.0    5.85    5.59    5.86     BER
76           2029    213.0    214.0      1.0    2.67    2.51    2.53     BER
77           2030    214.0    215.0      1.0   0.603                     BER
78           2031    215.0    216.0      1.0   0.646                     BER

Please note that the three "Au, ppm" columns show the initial assay values in the first column from the left, and check or repeat assays of the same sample in the second and third columns.

To view the appendix associated with this release, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/ken0619appendix.pdf.

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In 2014, Amazon announced a new form of compute called Lambda. We didn't know it at the time, but this represented a fundamental shift in what we expect from cloud computing. Now, all of the major cloud computing vendors want to take part in this disruptive technology. In his session at 20th Cloud Expo, Doug Vanderweide, an instructor at Linux Academy, discussed why major players like AWS, Microsoft Azure, IBM Bluemix, and Google Cloud Platform are all trying to sidestep VMs and containers wit...
What's the role of an IT self-service portal when you get to continuous delivery and Infrastructure as Code? This general session showed how to create the continuous delivery culture and eight accelerators for leading the change. Don Demcsak is a DevOps and Cloud Native Modernization Principal for Dell EMC based out of New Jersey. He is a former, long time, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional, specializing in building and architecting Application Delivery Pipelines for hybrid legacy, and cloud ...
Amazon started as an online bookseller 20 years ago. Since then, it has evolved into a technology juggernaut that has disrupted multiple markets and industries and touches many aspects of our lives. It is a relentless technology and business model innovator driving disruption throughout numerous ecosystems. Amazon’s AWS revenues alone are approaching $16B a year making it one of the largest IT companies in the world. With dominant offerings in Cloud, IoT, eCommerce, Big Data, AI, Digital Assista...
SYS-CON Events announced today that CA Technologies has been named "Platinum Sponsor" of SYS-CON's 21st International Cloud Expo®, which will take place October 31-November 2, 2017, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. CA Technologies helps customers succeed in a future where every business - from apparel to energy - is being rewritten by software. From planning to development to management to security, CA creates software that fuels transformation for companies in the applic...
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, neural networks. We’re in the midst of a wave of excitement around AI such as hasn’t been seen for a few decades. But those previous periods of inflated expectations led to troughs of disappointment. Will this time be different? Most likely. Applications of AI such as predictive analytics are already decreasing costs and improving reliability of industrial machinery. Furthermore, the funding and research going into AI now comes from a wide range of com...
Multiple data types are pouring into IoT deployments. Data is coming in small packages as well as enormous files and data streams of many sizes. Widespread use of mobile devices adds to the total. In this power panel at @ThingsExpo, moderated by Conference Chair Roger Strukhoff, panelists looked at the tools and environments that are being put to use in IoT deployments, as well as the team skills a modern enterprise IT shop needs to keep things running, get a handle on all this data, and deliver...
Internet of @ThingsExpo, taking place October 31 - November 2, 2017, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA, is co-located with 21st Cloud Expo and will feature technical sessions from a rock star conference faculty and the leading industry players in the world. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the most profound change in personal and enterprise IT since the creation of the Worldwide Web more than 20 years ago. All major researchers estimate there will be tens of billions devic...
DevOps at Cloud Expo, taking place October 31 - November 2, 2017, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA, is co-located with 21st Cloud Expo and will feature technical sessions from a rock star conference faculty and the leading industry players in the world. The widespread success of cloud computing is driving the DevOps revolution in enterprise IT. Now as never before, development teams must communicate and collaborate in a dynamic, 24/7/365 environment. There is no time to w...
For organizations that have amassed large sums of software complexity, taking a microservices approach is the first step toward DevOps and continuous improvement / development. Integrating system-level analysis with microservices makes it easier to change and add functionality to applications at any time without the increase of risk. Before you start big transformation projects or a cloud migration, make sure these changes won’t take down your entire organization.
SYS-CON Events announced today that Cloud Academy named "Bronze Sponsor" of 21st International Cloud Expo which will take place October 31 - November 2, 2017 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. Cloud Academy is the industry’s most innovative, vendor-neutral cloud technology training platform. Cloud Academy provides continuous learning solutions for individuals and enterprise teams for Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and the most popular cloud com...