Electric Cloud was recently stationed as a leader in a Forrester Research report on continuous delivery and release automation.
The group is named for the Australian Logrunner, a bird that is “uniquely adapted” to forage and search, such as the group will help forage for innovation and troubleshooting in emerging technologies, says Scalyr’s Dave McAllister.
A recent Rightscale enterprise survey had GKE as the seventh most used container tool by those enterprises surveyed.
Klusterkit can work with frameworks like Cluster API and kubeadm to help enterprises use Kubernetes to run their legacy applications.
Plus, Google's Anthos launch draws new Kubernetes-focused storage updates, and Knative turns 0.5.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for April 12, 2019: Anthos manages on premises and across public clouds; AT&T continues its fight against vendor lock-in; Juniper now offers three SD-WAN services.
Open Networking Summit (ONS) 2019: reflections of an industry in transition.
The SD-WAN market is so hot right now that vendors, especially security companies, can’t help but jump in.
Google teamed up with seven open source software vendors including MongoDB, Elastic, and Redis Labs, doubling down on its commitment to open source and drawing a stark comparison to Amazon’s cloud strategy.
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.
The carrier's 5G network is now live in 19 markets. Rival Verizon Wireless just recently launched its first two markets with standards-based 5G service.
Will open source usher in the second-wave of SD-WAN? flexiWAN's co-founder and CEO Amir Zmora thinks so.
The open source organization is tightening its embrace of Kubernetes, which could solidify its future or make it redundant.
The reference designs offer a peek inside the brains of operators, Timon Sloane, VP of marketing and ecosystem at the Open Networking Foundation, told SDxCentral in an interview.
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.