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Kubernetes

Cloud Giants Launch Kubernetes Hub

The Kubernetes ecosystem continues to expand with the formation of a “operators’ hub” that serves as a public registry for finding Kubernetes-native services. OperatorHub.io was launched this week by Red ...Full Article

JFrog Bolsters ‘Assembly Line’ with DevOps Deal

As enterprise demand grows for cloud-native and container-based developer tools, established players are beginning to snap up startups spawned by the transition to micro-services and application containers. The latest ...Full Article

Banking Sector Embraces Multi-Cloud

The financial services sector tends to be a bellwether for early adoption of disruptive technologies. For example, financial services giant Goldman Sachs played a key role in forging an application ...Full Article

Kubernetes Goes Native for Developers

Among the leading “cloud-native” technologies is the Kubernetes container scheduler. Red Hat said this week it has gone a step further down the cloud-native path with the release of ...Full Article

Google Remains Top Open-Source Contributor

Open-source software is akin to baseball and apple pie: Everyone approves, but few actually back up their commitment with code commits to the open-source community with few or no ...Full Article

2019 Data Center Drivers: Kubernetes, Cloud, ML, File System Storage

If 2019 is anything like the previous year, there will be a renewed push for modernization in the data center to alleviate the management complexity, handle the scalability requirements ...Full Article

Avi Networks Extends Istio to Handle Most Apps

Networking vendors are steadily adding new services to the emerging Istio service mesh used to link Kubernetes-based application components. That latest approach called a “universal service mesh” seeks to ...Full Article

Before Patched, Kubernetes Security Flaw Spread to OpenShift

A security flaw discovered in the de facto standard Kubernetes cloud container orchestrator allowed unauthorized users access to Kubernetes clusters and the data they contain. The “privilege escalation vulnerability” ...Full Article

Docker, Microsoft Partner on Container ‘Bundler’

Docker is expanding its collaboration with Microsoft to include an “application bundle” specification for packaging and running cloud-native applications. The collaboration coincides with the application container specialist’s release of ...Full Article

Container Security Concerns Persist

Applications containers and other microservices are handling production workloads at an increasing rate, but several studies emphasize that container security lags. The latest concludes that risks around runtime attacks ...Full Article
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