KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022: Eight ‘bits’ of cloud-native
Eight years ago, at GOTO Berlin, John Wilkes announced the first release of Kubernetes.
It was like giving the flux capacitor to datacentre platform teams - the cluster management kernel that powers Google's internal Borg system ("Borg for the rest of us", was a common refrain at that time) and ... Read more
Veritas InfoScale targets Kubernetes-tinted future
At KubeCon, Veritas announced that InfoScale will be deployable through Kubernetes containers before the end of 2021.
Veritas InfoScale has made its mark as software-defined storage (SDS) solution for cloud applications and data. In late 2020, Veritas expanded the InfoScale portfolio by developi... Read more
New Dell Container Storage Modules fill up what CSI is lacking
At KubeCon 2021, Dell Technologies announced the availability of Dell EMC Container Storage Modules (CSM). Among other things, the modules improve the efficacy of Dell EMC solutions as storage foundations for industrial Kubernetes environments.
The new Dell EMC Container Storage Modules are avai... Read more
Kasten by Veeam launches free curriculum for Kubernetes training
Veeam introduces the Kasten Kubernetes Learning Series during KubeCon. The free learning program, developed in part by the team at Kasten by Veeam, is available for any novice or advanced Kubernetes professional looking to improve their Kubernetes skillset.
The Kasten Kubernetes Learning Series ... Read more
New Mattermost release aims to secure more efficiency in DevOps teams
Mattermost announces a series of updates to its open source collaboration platform at KubeCon. Aiming to provide a single platform for all communication, workflow and project management for DevOps teams, the developer is introducing alternative tools to previously integrated applications such as Sl... Read more
KubeCon NA 2021 kicks off: here’s what’s hot at SUSE
During the pre-event of KubeCon NA 2021, SUSE sheds light on new open source tools for configuring, deploying and managing VMs and Kubernetes containers through SUSE Rancher.
KubeCon North America 2021, the annual conference of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, kicks off today. Over the nex... Read more
Zebrium launches on-prem tool for log analysis and problem resolution
KubeCon North America 2021 kicks off today. At the conference, Zebrium presents the latest release of its incident response SaaS. According to Zebrium, the SaaS is now faster, easier to use and deployable via Kubernetes containers in on-premise environments, providing a privacy-compliant method for... Read more
With jsPolicy, Loft Labs wants to make Kubernetes policy management easier than it is now. Currently, developers mainly us... Read more
Red Hat assists in migration to Kubernetes
Red Hat and IBM Research have released the Konveyor Project during Kubecon 2021. It consists of a series of tools that allow users to migrate their application to a Kubernetes environment.
Konveyor consists of five open-source tools called Crane, Forklift, Move2Kube, Tackle and Pelorus. Together... Read more
DataStax brings Apache Cassandra to Kubernetes
DataStax announced at KubeCon 2021 that K8ssandra is now available on all Kubernetes environments. K8ssandra makes it possible to run the popular Apache Cassandra-NoSQL database on Kubernetes.
With the announcement, all different Kubernetes environments are supported, including Google Kubernetes... Read more