DDTV: Simply click play on the video above to watch Jason Quigley’s stunning second-round KO of Joshua Synder. Quigley landed the decisive blow just forty four seconds into the second-round at Fantasy Springs Arena in Indio, California. Quigley was also making his debut on primetime on the sports broadcasting giant FOX.The American fight fraternity will have been impressed by Quigley’s explosive performance.Quigley’s latest win means he has now won all SIX of his professional fights within the distance.Skip to 6.30 in the video to see Quigley’s KO. DDTV: WATCH JASON QUIGLEY’S STUNNING KNOCKOUT was last modified: May 1st, 2015 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:boxingDDTVJason QuigleyKOnews
Rackspace has announced a new native container environment at the OpenStack Summit in Tokyo. Carina is a free beta service that aims to make it easier and faster for developers to create and deploy a cluster for their containerized apps.“At Rackspace, our mission is to give customers industry-leading service and expertise on the world’s leading technologies,” said Scott Crenshaw, senior vice president of strategy and products at Rackspace. “Carina extends this mission as part of our strategy to support OpenStack’s position as a leading choice for enterprise clouds. Carina’s design makes containers fast, simple and accessible to developers using native container interfaces, while leveraging the infrastructure capabilities of OpenStack.”(Related: Oracle has another OpenStack release) According to Rackspace, Carina is a “zero-infrastructure” container environment that developers don’t have to worry about building, managing or updating. It features native tools such as the Docker API and tooling, bare-metal performance, and instant-on setup.“The Carina beta from Rackspace makes it fast and simple to start a Docker Swarm cluster,” said Nick Stinemates, vice president of business development at Docker. “They have put the Docker experience front and center without any abstraction. This is exciting as it builds on and partners with our existing community and ecosystem. The focus on container developer experience is paramount, and they’re showing a commitment to it.”In addition, Rackspace is providing three tutorials to help developers get started: an Overview of Carina, Getting started with Carina, and Getting started with the Carina CLI.