Barry McNamee has been offered a two-year contract at Derry City, but may be tempted to move elsewhere.Derry City have offered influential midfielder Barry McNamee a two-year contract in the hope the Ramelton man decides to stay at the Brandywell. McNamee is being courted by several other League of Ireland clubs with both Sligo Rovers and St Patrick’s Athletic keen to acquire the services of the talented central midfielder.McNamee was left out of Peter Hutton’s starting XI for the Ford FAI Cup Final at the Aviva Stadium last month. It was reported at that time that McNamee wasn’t fit to start the final, however when he was introduced as a second-half substitute he showed no signs of any injury and delivered a quality performance.It’s since been reported that he was fit to start the final, and his nose has been put out of joint at the decision to drop.Manager Peter Hutton is desperate to hold on to McNamee and have offered him a two-year deal in the hope he’ll commit to Derry for the next two years.Hutton said, “Barry has been one of our most consistent players this season and while a groin injury certainly didn’t help him before the cup final, he’s been a superb young professional. “He’s a quality player, a big favourite at the Brandywell and having already spoken to him, he wishes to sit back and have a look at his options before making a decision.However, with St Patrick’s Athletic and Sligo Rovers on the hunt for his services McNamee may opt to leave the club over the coming weeks.His brother Tony McNamee has recently signed for Finn Harps, after a spell at Irish League club Glenavon didn’t work out.Ollie Horgan would certainly love to add McNamee to his playing panel for the forthcoming season.However, it’s very unlikely McNamee would want to drop down a division, plus Harps probably wouldn’t have the budget to tempt him to Finn Park. DERRY CITY OFFER BARRY MCNAMEE TWO-YEAR DEAL was last modified: November 21st, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Barry McNameeDerry City FCHome-page Sportnewssoccer
Talwar said since Google has already seen many companies rolling out their microservices on top of Kubernetes, they chose Istio to work with Kubernetes first before they start to expand to other environments, which Talwar said is to come in the near future. “I think the reality is microservices are here to stay,” said Talwar. “People of course think it’s a great idea for agility, but if you actually want to run and operate and manage [microservices] at scale with large teams, there is a gap. And a framework like [Istio] can take care of hard concepts around resilience, visibility and security.”Istio is the latest open source effort from Google, and overall, the company has been working on best practices around security, visibility, and management of microservices for 15 years, according to Talwar. And while Istio is just one part of the solution to make microservices easier to manage and build, Google has also been working with the community to contribute to Open Service Broker, a platform designed to simplify service delivery and consumption. According to Google, the services powered by Istio will be able to seamlessly participate in the Service Broker ecosystem.Looking ahead, Google also wants to bring Istio capabilities to Cloud Endpoints and Apigee Edge. Once Istio becomes production-ready, the goal is to provide deeper integration with the rest of Google Cloud. Google, IBM and Lyft are merging some of their learned best practices around microservices to create a new open-source project called Istio. Istio was developed to connect, manage and secure microservices. The goal of the project is to tackle challenges around resilience, visibility, and security. Istio is a Layer 7 traffic monitoring and control network designed to work with Kubernetes everywhere, on premise or in the cloud. Today, developers can manually enable the alpha release of Istio on Google Container Engine. It takes a single command to install Istio on any Kubernetes cluster, which will then create a service mesh that, according to Varun Talwar, product manager at Google, is a layer between the services and the networks. The service mesh lets developers delegate a lot of problems around visibility and security, according to Talwar. It also gives developers and teams traffic encryption, and automatic load balancing for HTTP, gRPC, and TCP traffic. With the service mesh, teams can provide centralized management regardless of the scale and velocity of their applications.