Topic: kubernetes

CI/CD for open-source Kubernetes applications

Having a continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) pipeline for a project is almost mandatory nowadays. With cloud-native software in general and Kubernetes applications in particular, developers and operators face new challenges: How do I run my end-to-end tests in a Kubernetes environment? How can I automate the process of testing and releasing my application for … continue reading

Red Hat releases OpenShift 4 for enterprise Kubernetes with Operator Hub, CodeReady Workspaces

Red Hat this week announced a rearchitected OpenShift at its Summit conference, with version 4 bringing a cloud-like experience. The company said it will be generally available next month. The release also includes Operator Hub, which makes the concept of operators a first-class citizen in the platform update, according to Brian Micklea, who runs the … continue reading

Microsoft introduces new cloud experiences and tools

The cloud is front and center at Microsoft’s Build conference this year. Microsoft announced multiple developer tools and new cloud experiences to improve Azure in its competition against the leader in the cloud domain, Amazon. The Azure tools aim to accelerate innovation in AI, MR and IoT from the intelligent cloud to intelligent edge, according … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Revamped Codefresh adds streamline tool, SAFECode gets several new members, CloudBees joins Automotive Grade Linux, Talend announces advancements to Data Fabric

Codefresh, providers of a Kubernetes-native automated continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) solution, released a new user interface and upgraded capabilities that can speed code changes. The new Projects section groups pipelines, secrets, and permissions into a single hub. In addition, the new Pipeline Creation Wizard handles webhook creation, and provides quick-start templates for Go, Java, Node.js, … continue reading

Google developer relations lead discusses GCP, Anthos, Cloud Run

Advancing DevOps was a key theme at the recent Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco. The most significant developments included the launch of the company’s Anthos hybrid extension of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to Cloud Run, a new Knative serverless offering running in its Kubernetes service in the pipeline and various other tools to … continue reading

Docker announces update to container platform

Docker today announced Docker Enterprise 3.0, an update to its container platform with new desktop functionality, developer tooling, simplified Docker Kubernetes Service, and the ability to run the platform as a managed service. The new release, announced at today’s opening of DockerCon in San Francisco, introduces Docker Applications, a set of tools upon which developers … continue reading

Rancher Labs combined Linux with Kubernetes in new OS platform

Rancher Labs today released a new operating system built for its k3s Kubernetes distribution to simplify administration and make k3s clusters even more secure. Before k3OS, users of Rancher Labs’ k3s still had to manage the underlying Linux operating system separately, Sheng LIangi, CEO and co-founder of Rancher, told SD Times leading up to the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Vizion.ai Elasticsearch, Tremolo Security’s Orchestra portal, and Go 2018 Survey results

At Strata Data Conference in San Francisco this week, data company Panzura announced an Elasticsearch-as-a-service solution for its Vizion.ai platform. Vizion.ai Elasticsearch service will allow users to achieve the benefits of a serverless model for deploying Elasticstacks, without having to deal with challenges such as cluster size, scale limitations, or management. “Setting up the infrastructure … continue reading

Gravity adds support for Helm to make Kubernetes packaging easier for developers

Gravitational has announced that its open-source, image-based Kubernetes packaging solution, Gravity, now supports Helm charts. Helm is a Kubernetes packaging format. According to the company, this will remove the need for developers to learn new configuration formats in order to convert their Kubernetes applications into self-deploying images. Developers will now be able to do things … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces, Mozilla expresses concerns about Facebook, and Unisys CloudForte for Microsoft Azure

Red Hat has announced a new tool for developers to leverage Kubernetes and create cloud-native applications. Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces is a Kubernetes-native, browser-based development environment based on the open-source Eclipse Che IDE project. According to the company, the workspace solution is optimized for Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Features include the … continue reading

Kubernetes solutions took over in 2018

Last year was a big year for containers, and in particular Kubernetes, with several of the major cloud providers offering new Kubernetes solutions. Kubernetes graduated from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation in March. Kubernetes was the CNCF’s first project and was the first opensource project to graduate as well. Kubernetes 1.1 was released at the … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Cassandra integrations from Instaclustr

Open-source managed solutions-as-a-service company Instaclustr wants to address some gaps in a few key integrations for the Apache Cassandra database management solution with the announcement of three new open-source projects. The first piece of the problem was finding a way for Kubernetes to more fully integrate with Cassandra. This is where the company’s newly announced open-source … continue reading

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