Topic: kubernetes

SD Times news digest: Undo LiveRecorder for Java, Splice Machine Kubernetes Ops Center, and PyTorch 1.6 launched

Undo has announced support for Java. With LiveRecorder for Java, developers can resolve bugs much faster than before. It simplifies the traditional and lengthy process of debugging complex Java applications down to Record, Play, and Resolve, the company explained.  Developers debugging Java applications get an automatic 100% reproduction of the error that caused the failure. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Altova low-code debugger, Auth0 and NS1 funding, and Portshift K8SHIELD framework

Altova announced the release of MobileTogether 7.0, a low code app development framework that introduced a new debugger for testing and troubleshooting app behavior during development in addition to numerous tools for defining controls, actions and UI refinements.  “Developers who are building highly sophisticated apps and solutions need the ability to troubleshoot throughout the development … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Cloud Security Alliance’s pillars of DevSecOps automation, dotData Stream, and Dynatrace announces AI observability for Kubernetes

The Six Pillars of DevSecOps: Automation paper published by the Cloud Security Alliance provides a holistic framework for facilitating security automation within DevSecOps as well as best practices. “It’s vital that today’s DevOps teams be agile, able to address user requirements dynamically, release features incrementally, and deliver at a faster pace than their predecessors and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes 2.0, Stackery achieves AWS Lambda Ready Designation, and DigitalOcean Virtual Private Cloud

Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes 2.0 introduces enterprise-grade capabilities including security, resource management, monitoring, high-availability, and cross-cloud compatibility.  This enables self-service access to the database while standardizing development, test, pre-production, and production environment. It also reduces operational complexity up to 95% by implementing the operational best practices that most efficiently deploy and manage Couchbase, according … continue reading

Cloud Foundry releases Paketo Buildpacks to provide application language runtime support

The Cloud Foundry Foundation announced the launch of Paketo Buildpacks to make it easier for cloud-native developers to build code into a container by automatically detecting which language, frameworks, and runtimes are needed.  Developers can then use buildpacks to then perform code compilation and configure the container for development, according to the foundation. “Paketo Buildpacks … continue reading

IntelliJ IDEA 2020.1 released

The first major update of IntelliJ IDEA is now available. IntelliJ IDEA 2020.1 features Java 14, dataflow analysis assistance in the debugger, LightEdit mode, and more.  The new features for Java include full code insight support for Records and Pattern Matching for the instance of the operator, as well as the ability to download and … continue reading

Gartner’s 3 requirements for APM

APM, as Gartner defines it in its Magic Quadrant criteria, is based on three broad sets of capabilities, and in order to be considered by Gartner an APM vendor, you have to have all three. Charley Rich, Gartner research director and lead author of its APM Magic Quadrant, explained: The first one is digital experience … continue reading

Application Performance Monitoring: What it means in today’s complex software world

Software continues to grow as the driver of today’s global economy, and how a company’s applications perform is critical to retaining customer loyalty and business. People now demand instant gratification and will not tolerate latency — not even a little bit. As a result, application performance monitoring is perhaps more important than ever to companies … continue reading

KubeMQ achieves Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification

The Kubernetes message queue and message broker solution provider KubeMQ has announced its Kubernetes Operator is now Red Hat OpenShift Operator certified.  The OpenShift Operator Certification is meant to give users confidence when building next-generation projects on Red Hat’s Kuberentes and containers app platform OpenShift. With the certification, users will be able to deploy KubeMQ … continue reading

Kubernetes is becoming ubiquitous

Awareness around and adoption of Kubernetes has been nothing short of phenomenal. When it was new, and the KubeCon conference had just begun, sessions were highly technical, aimed at practitioners looking to build out and manage containerized applications. Most enterprise executives were likely not even aware.  I attended last year’s event and spoke with quite … continue reading

New open-source projects look to secure Kubernetes

Kubernetes security company Octarine has announced two new open-source projects designed to protect against cloud-native security vulnerabilities. The Kubernetes Common Configuration Scoring System (KCCSS) is a framework for rating security risks, and kube-scan is a workload and assessment tool.  “Our mission is to make the adoption of DevSecOps best practices simple, understandable, and achievable for … continue reading

CNCF introduces a Kubernetes bug bounty program

The Cloud Native Computing Platform is funding a new Kubernetes bug bounty program to reward the researchers who find security vulnerabilities in Kubernetes’ codebase as well as build and release processes.  The program was launched by the Kubernetes Product Security Committee together with bug bounty program vendor HackerOne.  “As a CNCF graduated project, it is … continue reading

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