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Kubernetes

Kubernetes Adopters Ramp DevSecOps

The faster Kubernetes deployments are scaled, the bigger a target they become for hackers probing for security vulnerabilities. With security incidents rising sharply, Kubernetes-native container security platform vendor StackRox ...Full Article

List of Kubernetes Tools, Defenses Grows

Container tools and security fixes for Kubernetes cluster orchestrator continued to be rolled out as the microservices ecosystem evolves. With Kubernetes security concerns growing as deployments scale, container security ...Full Article

Pure Storage Acquires Portworx and its Kubernetes Services

Technology merger season is upon us, with Pure Storage announcing mid-week it is acquiring Kubernetes data services specialist Portworx. In the wake of Nvidia’s blockbuster deal for Arm Ltd., ...Full Article

DevSecOps Emerges as a Cash Magnet

The shift toward front-end application security continues to gain momentum with DevSecOps vendors attracting investors as new security tools are integrated with enterprise application development workflows. The latest illustration ...Full Article

Google Expands Memory Encryption to Kubernetes

Google Cloud and AMD unveiled a “confidential computing” initiative over the summer that maintains data encryption in memory and elsewhere outside of the CPU. The scheme utilized hardware-based encryption ...Full Article

AMD, Google Encrypt Data on Confidential VMs

AMD and Google Cloud are collaborating on a “confidential VM” security effort that uses encrypted virtualization to secure data “in use”. The confidential cloud computing effort is based on ...Full Article

COVID’s ‘Next Normal’ Fueling Cloud Migration

The pandemic’s impact on how and where enterprise IT infrastructure is deployed remains an open question, with datacenter backers arguing security doubts will keep corporate data on-premises while cloud ...Full Article

OpenShift Gets Virtual Upgrades to Handle Mixed Workloads

Red Hat continues to expand its OpenShift container applications platform with virtualization capabilities aimed at virtual machine-based workloads while integrating VM tools into its enterprise Linux distribution to handle ...Full Article

Lightbits Links Kubernetes to Persistent Storage via NVMe

Lightbits Labs, the “originator” of NVM Express over TCP block storage, said the latest version of its LightOS platform integrates cloud-native persistent storage for Kubernetes. The result is said ...Full Article

Suse Ups Kubernetes Game with Rancher Labs Deal

The innovation engine that is Kubernetes is prompting infrastructure vendors to open their wallets to acquire developers whose platforms are based on the open source cluster orchestrator. Suse, the ...Full Article
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