Nutanix Kubernetes-based Karbon On-Prem Distro Hits GA Karbon is an on-premises Kubernetes platform that combines storage, networking, observability, and monitoring into Nutanix’s cloud native platform.
GitLab’s DevOps Plans Ride Growing Kubernetes Federation Priyanka Sharma, director of technical evangelism at the company, said that the expansion of Kubernetes across the ecosystem has had a profound impact on how organizations deal with DevOps.
CloudBees Stings DevOps Rivals With Electric Cloud Acquisition Electric Cloud was recently stationed as a leader in a Forrester Research report on continuous delivery and release automation.
Google GKE Advanced Shows Aggressive Enterprise Focus A recent Rightscale enterprise survey had GKE as the seventh most used container tool by those enterprises surveyed.
Platform9 Packages Kubernetes Tools for On-Prem Environments Klusterkit can work with frameworks like Cluster API and kubeadm to help enterprises use Kubernetes to run their legacy applications.
Kontainer Korner: CNCF Welcomes CRI-O, Graduates Fluentd Plus, Google's Anthos launch draws new Kubernetes-focused storage updates, and Knative turns 0.5.
OpenStack Stein Saunters Closer to Kubernetes, 5G, and the Edge The OpenStack community is "focused on the needs of users," thus it "naturally includes many Kubernetes-focused updates," explained OpenStack Foundation Executive Director Jonathan Bryce.
Sysdig Unifies Security and Monitoring for Containers, Microservices The latest version of Sysdig’s platform consolidates its Monitor and Secure products to better serve the needs of DevSecOps and DevOps teams.
Google Cloud Moves Into Data Centers, AWS, and Microsoft Azure With Anthos Anthos, which is based on Kubernetes and fully managed by Google, runs on premises and supports multiple clouds including AWS and Azure.
What Does the Future Hold for Cloud Foundry? The open source organization is tightening its embrace of Kubernetes, which could solidify its future or make it redundant.
T-Mobile Uses Monarch for Controlled Chaos T-Mobile has more than 100 people on its Cloud Foundry engineering team overseeing more than 39,000 containers, supporting more than 3,000 mission-critical applications, and 700 million daily transactions.
Could Knative Follow Kubernetes in Shaping Cloud Foundry’s Future? “In less than a year, here is a new PaaS with really cool features and nearly matching what we have with Cloud Foundry,” said IBM's Michael Maximilien.
OpenDaylight Kept Afloat by Downstream, End-User Support The OpenDaylight project recently released its tenth iteration, adding support for optical transport networking, WAN connectivity and routing, and cloud and edge deployments.
Cloud Foundry Project Eirini Inches the Group Closer to Kubernetes The Project Eirini work also calls into question the future of Cloud Foundry's Diego container management platform.
CNCF Remains Focused as Cloud Native Interest Soars Dan Kohn, executive director of CNCF, said the group this year is targeting the broader telecom market.
Aqua Secures $62M Funding Round, Bringing Total to Over $100M “Any technology that shows early signs of enterprise adoption in the cloud native space will be something we’ll want to secure," said Aqua CEO Dror Davidoff.
Kubernetes Kubectl CLI Tool Stung by 'High' Severity Security Flaw If compromised, the flaw could allow an attacker to write files to any path on the user’s machine.
Amazon’s Werner Vogels: ‘Dance Like Nobody’s Watching. Encrypt Like Everyone Is’ AWS built encryption into nearly all of its 165 cloud services, Vogels said. “Make use of it.”
Kubernetes 1.14 Adds Windows and Storage Support, Is Light on Security The Kubernetes community does not view security as something tied to specific updates and instead is “something to be continually evaluated and improved.”
Pivotal, Gravitational, and Google Water Kubernetes Expansion A recent Rightscale enterprise survey found 48 percent of enterprises use Kubernetes to manage their container deployments.