Topic: kubernetes

WSO2 API Manager’s control plane can now be used to manage WSO2’s Kubernetes platform

The API management company WSO2 has announced updates across several of its products: WSO2 API Manager, WSO2 API Platform for Kubernetes (WSO2 APK), and WSO2 Micro Integrator.  The WSO2 API Manager control plane was updated to now be able to manage both itself and WSO2 APK. This allows WSO2 APK APIs to benefit from the … continue reading

Cloud Foundry updates Korifi to further simplify the Kubernetes developer experience

Cloud Foundry announced the latest release of Korifi, a platform that aims to simplify Kubernetes and enhance the application deployment process. It now supports Docker images and allows developers to easily deploy them to Kubernetes. This update streamlines container-based workflows by making Docker images compatible with existing containers in various development stages, which makes it … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Kargo

Kargo is a multi-stage application lifecycle orchestrator designed to help with continuous delivery and deployment of changes across various environments.  Kargo, created by the developers behind the Argo Project, represents a novel approach to CD pipelines, tailored for the cloud-native landscape, featuring robust GitOps support, progressive delivery capabilities, and complete open-source accessibility. The name “Kargo” … continue reading

Armory launches new hub full of resources for developers

Armory introduced, a platform to enhance the developer experience through their declarative continuous deployment solution (Armory Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service).  This developer hub offers a comprehensive website aimed at providing developers and end-users with convenient access to detailed resources. The platform offers various learning materials such as videos, tutorials, and reference documents, enabling users to learn … continue reading

KubeMQ updates its Dashboard to become a complete command center for managing microservices

KubeMQ announced the most recent enhancement to the KubeMQ Dashboard that turns it into a complete command center for handling microservices connectivity.  The upgrade introduces two major features: auto-discovery and charts, offering users immediate insights and visualization abilities to optimize their microservices environment. With the new auto-discovery feature, the KubeMQ Dashboard provides users with an … continue reading

Red Hat Service Interconnect facilitates communication between multiple platforms and clouds

Red Hat Service Interconnect, which can simplify application connectivity and security across platforms, clusters, and clouds, is now generally available after being announced at Red Hat Summit. The solution is based on the open-source project, which enables secure communication across Kubernetes clusters with no VPNs or special firewall rules. According to Red Hat, application … continue reading

Red Hat announces new development platform to manage DevOps tool sprawl

Red Hat today announced Red Hat Developer Hub, an enterprise-grade, unified and open portal designed to streamline the development process through a supported and opinionated framework.  The Red Hat Developer Hub is built from the open-source project Backstage and was built to help navigate the sprawl that DevOps teams often face, according to the company.  … continue reading

CloudBees announces integration with Argo Rollouts to improve Kubernetes deployments

CloudBees, the software delivery platform for enterprises, today introduced its integration of the company’s continuous delivery and release orchestration solution CloudBees CD/RO with the Kubernetes controller Argo Rollouts.  This integration is geared at strengthening a user’s ability to deliver high quality software quickly and at scale in cloud-native environments.  CloudBees customers gain access to Argo … continue reading

Debugging apps on Kubernetes: The future is remocal

Some of the most painful memories from my 15-year career building enterprise Java applications have involved remote debugging. But this isn’t just a Java-specific problem. Many of my .NET and Ruby developer colleagues have shared the same challenges.  Through my time working with monolithic apps running on large application servers to building microservices that ran … continue reading

Open-source software sees growth across the board

As the use of open-source software (OSS) continues its year-over-year growth, the biggest area for innovation and open-source adoption is now AI. But the growth of OSS is in every area, relied upon by companies for a wide range of business-critical applications, including data and database management, containers and container orchestration, and DevOps and SDLC … continue reading

How to ensure open-source longevity

Most code in existence today utilizes open-source components, but it’s important to remember where, and who, that open-source code comes from.  Open-source software is mostly developed and maintained by volunteers. Unlike a company with resources to hire more developers, the maintainers of most open-source projects have to carry the burden of what comes after them.  … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: DevSpace

DevSpace is an open-source developer tool for Kubernetes that allows users to develop and deploy cloud-native software with increased speed. This tool works as a lightweight, client-only CLI that utilizes current kube-context and does not require the installation of anything inside of the user’s cluster. DevSpace works out of the box with every Kubernetes cluster. … continue reading

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