The vendor is working with Red Hat on a plug-in to link CloudFabric to Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform.
The move provides enterprises that are overwhelmed by available options with the choice of tested, open source tools that can be used to construct cloud-native-based applications.
The firm's SaaS platform acts as a translation layer between the language a developer is using to write code and where that code is being sent.
The integration will allow customers to deploy and manage Redis as a stateful Kubernetes service.
The platform allows enterprise customers to deploy and manage applications and services that reside in the carrier’s private cloud. It comes with a 99.9 percent SLA for uptime.
The group will produce vendor-neutral APIs and software tools focused on mobile functions running on edge infrastructure.
The company is expanding the reach of its SOAS software to boost IP capabilities and integrating Layer 3 expertise from its Packet Design acquisition.
The platform offers live-reload and record-replay of application code that is the first of its kind for a serverless system.
Arista strengthened its campus networking portfolio of products through its acquisition of Mojo Networks.
Kaloom says its software-defined fabric approach provides more flexibility than a more integrated model like DANOS.
The Falco project, donated by Sysdig, taps into the Linux kernel to provide runtime security at the application, file, system, and network levels.
Dow Jones VentureSource ranked the company as No. 4 in value among privately held U.S.-based business software and services companies.
The application performance management (APM) platform provides native visibility into containers running on Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
The Eirini and CF Containerization projects build on the Cloud Foundry Foundation's paced adoption of Kubernetes.
The CoreOS integration work will culminate with the next OpenShift 4.0 update. That platform will sit alongside Red Hat’s legacy Enterprise Linux and provide users with a choice of operating systems.