Tag: Kubernetes

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Microsoft addresses limitations of Kubernetes with Radius

Microsoft addresses limitations of Kubernetes with Radius

Microsoft has introduced the open-source Radius platform, which allows companies to more easily deploy applications in on-premises environments, as well as in public clouds such as Azure and AWS. According to the tech giant, the open-source (under an Apache 2.0 license) Radius platform provides ... Read more

date6 months ago
Red Hat now integrates OpenStack with Red Hat OpenShift

Red Hat now integrates OpenStack with Red Hat OpenShift

Red Hat has integrated its version of the OpenStack management platform with Red Hat OpenShift. The now previewed Red Hat OpenStack Services on OpenShift should make it easier for administrators to manage and scale their (Red Hat) OpenStack cloud environments. With the release of the Red Hat Ope... Read more

date7 months ago
Codezero introduces version 2.0 of its Kubernetes platform

Codezero introduces version 2.0 of its Kubernetes platform

Codezero has announced the public beta of version 2.0 of its platform. The version should make it easier for users to generate Kubernetes clusters in a very short period of time. The public beta of the Codezero 2.0 platform supports development teams to collaborate easier and better in the devel... Read more

date7 months ago
Google launches GKE Enterprise for easier Kubernetes management

Google launches GKE Enterprise for easier Kubernetes management

Google has unveiled GKE Enterprise, an enterprise version of the Google Kubernetes Engine. It builds on existing initiatives to make cloud management easier, such as Anthos in 2019. GKE further integrates with Cloud TPUs v5e, also newly announced, which specialize in running AI workloads. As a m... Read more

date8 months ago
Lightbend illuminates cloud-native application development 

Lightbend illuminates cloud-native application development 

Building true cloud-native applications is, obviously, not as simple as ‘spinning up’ a cloud instance, realigning an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and programming language toolset for a hosted SaaS-based existence and plugging in a few cloud-based Application Programming Interfaces ... Read more

date8 months ago
These are the 10 most dangerous Kubernetes vulnerabilities

These are the 10 most dangerous Kubernetes vulnerabilities

Cloud computing is all about the combination of all kinds of separate components. In that regard, Kubernetes are essential for running applications in containers and distributing hardware resources. They are therefore widely configurable, or also called "composable," making it applicable to numerou... Read more

date8 months ago
VMware Carbon Black expands with Cloud Native Detection & Response

VMware Carbon Black expands with Cloud Native Detection & Response

VMware's Carbon Black XDR platform is being expanded to include Cloud Native Detection & Response (CNDR), which should give SecOps teams better visibility into complex cloud environments. VMware is not the only party recognising that the move to the cloud leads to quite a bit of complexity. ... Read more

date9 months ago
Winglang takes the flap out of cloud programming

Winglang takes the flap out of cloud programming

Cloud is convoluted, containerised, compounded and essentially complex. In most areas of its usage and deployment, we see fundamentally intertwined enterprise software toolsets, entire platforms, lower-level dependencies and all manner of neural connection points occasionally fusing together in har... Read more

date9 months ago
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