Tag: Kubernetes

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Ambient Mesh makes service meshes more accessible

Ambient Mesh makes service meshes more accessible

Google and Solo.io launched Ambient Mesh, a new framework for service meshes. According to Google and Solo.io, the technology is more accessible than Istio's current system, one of today's most popular service mesh solutions. A single cloud-native application can consist of hundreds of microser... Read more

date29 days ago
DataCore Bolt targets Kubernetes storage

DataCore Bolt targets Kubernetes storage

As containerized applications are increasingly deployed by enterprises, more and more technologies are emerging to more effectively organize your Kubernetes environment. For example, storage vendor DataCore has been offering Bolt for a few months now, which arranges storage to run stateful applicat... Read more

date1 month ago
VMware reveals range of Tanzu updates, boosts Kubernetes offering

VMware reveals range of Tanzu updates, boosts Kubernetes offering

VMware announced multiple updates to VMware Tanzu Mission Control, VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid and VMware Tanzu Application Platform. The solutions are key to Tanzu, VMware's Kubernetes portfolio. The organization presented the updates during VMware Explore 2022, its annual conference. Tanzu ga... Read more

date1 month ago
Loft Labs launches DevSpace 6, CLI tool for Kubernetes

Loft Labs launches DevSpace 6, CLI tool for Kubernetes

Loft Labs introduces DevSpace 6, the latest version of the command-line interface (CLI) tool for Kubernetes clusters in public cloud environments. 'Kubectl' is the standard CLI tool for Kubernetes cluster management. The tool allows engineers to execute any Kubernetes cluster function with a co... Read more

date2 months ago
Red Hat updates OpenShift Platform Plus

Red Hat updates OpenShift Platform Plus

Red Hat launched a new version of OpenShift Platform Plus, the most comprehensive Kubernetes solution in its portfolio. Applications are increasingly containerized. The use of Kubernetes grows accordingly. The open-source technology has been the industry standard for container management for yea... Read more

date2 months ago
Google aims to make Linux kernel vulnerabilities tougher to exploit<strong></strong>

Google aims to make Linux kernel vulnerabilities tougher to exploit

Google plans to make the Kernel Flaws custom through 'Experimental Mitigations' that could make it difficult for hackers to breach. Google says it uses Linux for pretty much everything, from the cloud system to Chromebooks. Now, the company focuses on putting together a team of security research... Read more

date2 months ago
Sysdig adds drift control for greater security

Sysdig adds drift control for greater security

The new feature helps teams react more quickly to container modifications that are in production. This week Sysdig announced the general availability of a new feature called Drift Control. The new service aims to prevent cyberattacks at runtime. Drift Control allows teams to detect, prevent a... Read more

date3 months ago
‘Nearly one million Kubernetes clusters vulnerable to attacks’

‘Nearly one million Kubernetes clusters vulnerable to attacks’

Research by security specialist Cyble indicates that more than 900,000 Kubernetes clusters are vulnerable to malicious scans and data theft. The researchers urge organizations to increase their focus on cluster security. Cyble's researchers came across more than 900,000 vulnerable Kubernetes cl... Read more

date3 months ago
SUSE updates Linux Enterprise Server 15 and Rancher

SUSE updates Linux Enterprise Server 15 and Rancher

The latest versions of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Rancher and Rancher Desktop are now available. SUSE develops a Linux distribution and several container orchestration solutions. Both offerings have been updated. SUSE presented the news at SUSECON Digital, an annual conference. SUSE Linux... Read more

date4 months ago
“Nutanix will make the cloud invisible”

“Nutanix will make the cloud invisible”

Nutanix has made data centre infrastructures invisible in recent years with its platform. It can manage all infrastructure from one Nutanix portal. The next step is to make the cloud invisible in the coming years. At least, that's what the CEO of Nutanix, Rajiv Ramaswami, told us in an exclusive in... Read more

date5 months ago
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