Siemens Taps Chronicle Backstory for Managed Security Service While Google’s analytics cred is well established, Chronicle is an interesting choice because it’s such a new player in security information and event management.
IBM Open Sources Razee CD Tool to Support Mega Kubernetes Scaling The platform’s pull-based, declarative deployment mechanism allows it to scale to tens of thousands of clusters and hundreds of thousands of deployments.
Microsoft Spearheads Service Mesh Interoperability Push The Service Mesh Interface platform provides a standardized API that will allow for the ability to deal with traffic policy, traffic telemetry, and traffic management across different service mesh technologies.
DataStax Offers Cloud-Native Database Management Based On Apache Cassandra The data management company plans to release the cloud-native system this year with a monitoring and management tool and Apache Cassandra as-a-service.
Affirmed Networks Claims First 5G Standalone Mobile Core Affirmed Networks today announced UnityCloud, a cloud-native mobile core that the company claims to be the industry’s first 5G standalone (SA) mobile core.
KubeCon to Focus on Stability, Extensibility, Stateful Support “We expect more people to build frameworks on top of Kubernetes,” said Janet Kuo, a software engineer at Google and co-chair of the KubeCon event.
Project EVE Seed Code Drops, Creates Virtualization Standard for Edge Devices LF Edge announced the Edge Virtualization Engine (EVE) as a new open source project when it launched in January.
VMware Snaps Up Another Kubernetes-Focused Startup Bitnami is the latest target, following on the heels of VMware's acquisition of Heptio earlier this year.
Intel Pushes Open Source Hypervisor With Cloud Giants The chipmaker discussed several open source efforts at its annual Open Source Technology Summit. And if you’re wondering why you’ve never heard of it, it’s because for the past 15 years it’s been a closed, internal event.
TM Forum Open Digital Framework Targets 5G Migration The framework includes TM Forum’s Open Digital Architecture, open APIs, data and artificial intelligence (AI) standards, reference implementations, and reference materials tied to business processes.
OpenStack Keeps One Eye on the Prize, One Over Its Shoulder The OpenStack Foundation needs to keep pushing innovation because the rest of the ecosystem is not letting up.
VMware: AWS Is Our No. 1 Cloud Partner, ‘What We’ve Built Is Incredibly Unique’ The vendors’ relationship was born in the cloud, and now they are moving in together into on-premises data centers.
Symantec CEO Abruptly Resigns Amid Financial Turmoil The company seemed to be on the verge of a turnaround with its enterprise security business, but that came crashing down this week amid disappointing Q4 earnings, plunging stock prices, and Greg Clark’s departure.
SAP Prefers AWS, Azure, Google Kubernetes Distros “We will not offer Kubernetes as a service,” said SAP's Dan Lahl, adding that, “We will work with the hyperscalers to run their Kubernetes deployments.”
Verizon Virtualizes Baseband Functions Using Intel, Nokia vRAN Gear This trial decoupled hardware and software, which provides more flexibility in where computing operations can take place within the network and enables multi-access edge compute (MEC) and network slicing.
Altiostar's vRAN Push Attracts $114M From Rakuten, Qualcomm, Tech Machindra According to IDC Research Director Rajesh Ghai, Altiostar has "obviously come to the market to disrupt the existing players.” This includes Ericsson, Nokia, Huawei, and ZTE.
Red Hat is Whole-Number Serious With Latest OpenShift, RHEL Updates The OpenShift 4 and RHEL 8 launches come as the company is about to be gobbled up by IBM.
Kontainer Korner: Red Hat Boosts Quay Support Also, The Rook cloud native storage orchestrator for Kubernetes hit its 1.0 release, and a Kublr survey found that attendees at container-focused events really like containers.
Airship Fixed AT&T’s AIC Pain Points, Catalyzed OpenStack Community The carrier is looking to the OSF's Kata container project to solve multi-tenancy concerns with Kubernetes running in Airship.
Mirantis Models an Open Source Path for On-Prem App Deployments The Model Designer for Mirantis Cloud Platform is basically a web site that includes drop-down menu options to simplify the application deployment process.