Platform9’s Fission Speeds Serverless Test, Dev on Kubernetes The platform offers live-reload and record-replay of application code that is the first of its kind for a serverless system.
Kaloom Throws a Fabric Over Data Center Automation Kaloom says its software-defined fabric approach provides more flexibility than a more integrated model like DANOS.
CNCF Adopts First Container Runtime Security Project The Falco project, donated by Sysdig, taps into the Linux kernel to provide runtime security at the application, file, system, and network levels.
Google Bumps Up Enterprise Cloud Networking Google is pulling out all the stops to bring more enterprise customers to its cloud.
Riverbed SteelCentral Peers Deeper Into Containers The application performance management (APM) platform provides native visibility into containers running on Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
What’s More Beneficial to CIOs: Containers or the Container Management System? Perhaps the biggest benefit of containers is that they can be managed by Kubernetes, which is a pre-defined operational model.
Cloud Foundry Adopts a Pair of Kubernetes-Based Projects The Eirini and CF Containerization projects build on the Cloud Foundry Foundation's paced adoption of Kubernetes.
Red Hat OpenShift Update Is Heavy on Integration of CoreOS Features 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.
Microsoft Boosts Government Cloud Support as JEDI Looms The company currently supports 50 services at the FedRAMP Moderate level with plans to push that to the FedRAMP High level by year-end.
Gravitational Draws Kubernetes Into Its Secure Credential Sphere The update allows for the management of credentials using both Kubernetes and secure socket shell for multiple infrastructure environments.
Platform9 Open Sources Its Kubernetes Etcd Support Tool The etcdadm tool automates the configuration, deployment, and management of etcd clusters used by Kubernetes to store control plane information.
Cisco and SAP Team Up on Containers, Hybrid Cloud The jointly-developed software integrates SAP’s Data Hub and Cisco’s Container Platform.
CNCF, Eclipse Foundation Push Kubernetes to the Edge The Kubernetes IoT Edge Working Group is looking to see how far it can push the centralized Kubernetes platform out into the distributed edge and IoT ecosystem.
Vodafone, China Mobile Tap ONAP for Broader Network Orchestration The CCVPN use case allows for the orchestration of an operator’s underlying optical transport network and overlay SD-WAN in a way to support the peering of inter-operator VPN service delivery.
VMware, Pivotal Execs Say Google’s On-Prem Kubernetes Validates PKS The competitive landscape for managed, on-premises Kubernetes services is becoming increasingly crowded with the likes of Cisco and even Google itself jumping in.
Portworx Stuffs Stateful Container Storage Updates Into Enterprise Platform The PX-Enterprise 1.6 updates take into account the distributed storage nature of modern applications running across different clouds and container environments.
GitLab Gets $100M Series D, Hits $1B Valuation The software repository used the news to take a swipe at rival GitHub, which Microsoft purchased for $7.5 billion.
Kong Crushes API Orchestration Challenges Kong CEO and co-founder Augusto Marietti has touted the company’s platform as an “air traffic control to manage, broker, and hold APIs.”
Linkerd 2.0 Update Moves Closer to Kubernetes The service mesh's 2.0 update is focused on easing deployment for service owners compared to other platforms like Istio.
NetApp Buys StackPointCloud, Launches Kubernetes Service “Because the developers love Stackpoint.io so much, after our testing I bought the company. It’s just that good,” said NetApp's Anthony Lye.
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