Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Monday, January 20, 2020
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Open-Source Kuma Tackles Service Mesh Limits

A new open-source project targeting micro-services and cloud-native applications running on everything from bare metal to Kubernetes is billed as a universal control mechanism for emerging service meshes. API ...Full Article

Red Hat, Docker Lead Early Container Race

You know an enterprise technology segment is maturing when market analysts begin issuing ranking reports. Among the first for the booming application container market is an IHS Markit assessment ...Full Article

Cloud Now Seen as a Security ‘Enabler’

Cloud security remains a challenge as more enterprises shift mission critical applications and data to hybrid deployments. As cloud adopters go native with applications and services, their cloud platforms ...Full Article

Rackspace Fleshes Out Hybrid Cloud Offerings

Cloud vendors are increasingly focused on supporting legacy IT infrastructure as their customers shift to hybrid cloud deployments that include emerging microservices to deliver cloud-native applications. With those requirements ...Full Article

Dell Adds Kubernetes Support to VxRail

Dell Technologies joins the growing list of IT vendors expanding support for the Kubernetes cluster orchestrator with the addition of automated Kubernetes infrastructure deployments via its VxRail running in ...Full Article

OCP Storage Hits the Datacenter

The emerging market for storage equipment based on the Open Compute Project is expected to more than double through 2023, according to datacenter storage equipment forecast. IHS Markit said ...Full Article

Singularity Moves Up the Container Value Chain

The enterprise version of the Singularity HPC container platform released this week by Sylabs is designed to allow users to create, secure and share the high-end containers in self-hosted ...Full Article

Kubernetes Gets Security Audit

An open source group is expanding its third-party security audits to include the popular but vulnerable Kubernetes cluster orchestrator. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced this week it ...Full Article

Another Week, Another Kubernetes Security Flaw

The latest security vulnerability discovered within the Kubernetes cluster orchestrator could allow intruders to access, modify or delete computing and storage resources configured across a cluster. The flaw in ...Full Article

Hacker Traffic Havoc: Stalled Autonomous Cars and City-wide Gridlock

Another potential source of skepticism about self-driving cars has cropped up, one that the auto industry may need to quell in the public mind: a new report depicts hackers ...Full Article
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