Tag: container

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AWS simplifies .NET deployment tools

AWS simplifies .NET deployment tools

AWS launched a simplified deployment experience for .NET apps. The functionality is available in the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio and AWS Deploy Tool for .NET. The functionality includes default settings for .NET apps in the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio and AWS Deploy Tool for .NET. The sett... Read more

date5 months ago
VMware Tanzu Application Platform 1.1 is available

VMware Tanzu Application Platform 1.1 is available

Version 1.1 of the VMware Tanzu Application Platform is available. Container images no longer need to be developed within Tanzu for rapid deployments: dockerfiles are welcome as well. VMware Tanzu is a portfolio of solutions for container development and Kubernetes management (K8). One of the so... Read more

date8 months ago
Oracle launches container platform for Kubernetes

Oracle launches container platform for Kubernetes

Oracle is offering users a way to deploy and manage container-based applications in Kubernetes in hybrid environments and across multiple clouds. It’s doing this using the Oracle Verrazzano Enterprise Container Platform. Verrazzano was introduced on August 3 to be the bridge between the cloud ... Read more

date1 year ago
AWS Announces General Availability of AWS App Runner

AWS Announces General Availability of AWS App Runner

The company's new container application service helps developers build, deploy, and run high-performance containerized web applications and APIs with just a few clicks This week Amazon Web Services announced AWS App Runner, a fully managed container application service. The App Runner makes it e... Read more

date2 years ago
Docker runtime will soon stop working in Kubernetes

Docker runtime will soon stop working in Kubernetes

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has announced that Kubernetes will soon drop support for the Docker runtime. Docker applications will continue to work, but some administrators will have to make changes. The change was announced in the release notes of version 1.20 of Kubernetes. It reads: ... Read more

date2 years ago
Red Hat is shifting toward containers in a big way

Red Hat is shifting toward containers in a big way

IBM's Spectrum storage products are now moving towards Red Hat, the company it acquired last year. IBM Storage unveiled a storage software family for Red Had OpenShift (ROHS.) The company also said that it intends to deliver software-defined, container-native storage solutions for ROHS and Kubernet... Read more

date2 years ago
How to monitor containers?

How to monitor containers?

Container technology is revolutionising app development, bringing previously unimagined flexibility and efficiency to the development process. Enterprises are looking at those advantages and are embracing contrainers in drove. However, mass adoption can also make cloud-based application management ... Read more

date2 years ago
Sysdig improves Kubernetes monitoring with machine learning

Sysdig improves Kubernetes monitoring with machine learning

Sysdig - a container security company - has improved its monitoring system for Kubernetes with a number of new features. The new options use machine learning. Sysdig uses a uniform approach to container security. In addition, it monitors for threats, but also provides forensic tools to investigat... Read more

date3 years ago
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