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.
Dan Kohn, executive director of CNCF, said the group this year is targeting the broader telecom market.
The company issued patches for vulnerabilities found in vCloudDirector for service providers as well as VMware EXSi, Workstation, and Fusion.
Amazon also offers Arm-based compute instances in its public cloud, but Packet and Ampere say theirs is more powerful.
A recent Rightscale enterprise survey found 48 percent of enterprises use Kubernetes to manage their container deployments.
The layoffs follow the recent departures of two top cloud executives. Both quit Oracle to join Google.
Sumit Puri says his composable infrastructure startup is “gonna take over the world.” The only question is when.
“When you deal with Kubernetes in the core of a network, dealing with quarterly updates is one thing,” said Red Hat's Brian Gracely. “But when you have 2,000 branch offices that is a different model."
Marvell announced its 400 Gb/s silicon for edge data centers, Netronome unveiled new SmartNICs for hyperscalers, and Stordis launched two bare-metal switches powered by programmable Barefoot Tofino ASICs.
It uses VMware’s ability to inspect the guest OS and application without being resident in the guest. This means that even if an attacker gains root access they cannot bypass the internal firewall.
AT&T ties its 5G and Airship plans to the Mirantis core; the Linux community uncovers a runC container runtime flaw; and Orange Business wants to be a "one-stop" SD-WAN shop.
It’s part of Packet’s plan to deploy edge locations at the base of cell towers, in commercial buildings, in malls — essentially everywhere. “This is the digitization of real estate,” CEO Zachary Smith says.
Its purpose is to show the ability to run the same networking code running as VNFs on OpenStack and as CNF’s on Kubernetes.
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