Topic: kubernetes

Red Hat announced Developer Sandbox and new solutions to help get started with Kubernetes

Red Hat unveiled its Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift to make it easier for developers to get started with building Kubernetes-based applications using the same infrastructure and tools that they run in their application environments.  The new solution provides a private OpenShift environment in a shared, multi-tenant cluster that is pre-configured with a set … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Mirantis updates Kubernetes IDE, Perforce launches Android and iOS virtual devices, and SmartBear adds testing support for Apache Kafka

Mirantis announced a new version of Lens, a Kubernetes IDE that eliminates the need for accessing Kubernetes clusters while also providing a unique way to access clusters, services, tools, pipelines and automations through a new catalog system.  The 5.0 version now includes Lens Spaces, which integrates with the Lens IDE and lets developers create collaborative … continue reading

Armory introduces Minnaker for faster software deployments

Continuous delivery software provider Armory announced the release of Armory Minnaker, a full Spinnaker installation designed to enable quick software deployments by leveraging K3s Kubernetes distribution and Armory’s Kubernetes Operator.  Spinnaker is Armory’s continuous delivery solution that was open sourced by Google and Netflix to help companies deploy to multiple clouds.  Minnaker does this by … continue reading

The evolution and future of cloud-native security

With the acquisition of my company, StackRox, by cloud-native technology vendor Red Hat, it seems like a good time to reflect on the state of cloud-native security.  Security in the cloud has been my life for the past five years, and it’s changed very quickly as new cloud-native platforms have taken over the industry.  We’ve … continue reading

Apache DolphinScheduler now ASF Top-level Project

Apache DolphinScheduler, the distributed Big Data visual workflow scheduler system, is the latest project to gain Top-Level Project status at the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). This means that the project’s community and products have been well-governed under the Apache Software Foundation’s meritocratic process and principles. The scheduler was first created in December 2017 at Analysys … continue reading

SD Times news digest: .NET 6 Preview 3, WhiteSource announces new funding for app security, and Canonical adds full enterprise support for Kubernetes 1.21

.NET 6 Preview 3 now available. The platform matrix of .NET 6 was significantly expanded as of the new preview with the addition of Android, iOS, Mac and Mac Catalyst for x64 and Apple Silicon and Windows Arm64.  The CollectionsMarshal.GetValueRef API was added to make updating struct values in Dictionaries faster and is intended for … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rookout Agile Flame Graphs, ServiceNow acquires Intellibot, and CircleCI server 3.x

Rookout’s Agile Flame Graphs was launched to dynamically profile distributed applications in production and provide developers with a fully-visualized understanding of how their code is impacting other applications.  “Agile Flame Graphs allows software engineers to select a section of code and instantly visualize the latency between functions and individual lines of code, within and across … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Fairwinds Insights 3.0, Mabl unveils native desktop app, and Nim 1.4.4 and 1.2.10

The latest release of Fairwinds Kubernetes security monitoring and governance solution aims to bridge the gap between security, development and operations. Fairwinds Insights 3.0 features resource monitoring; automation roles; and a new Open Policy Agent policy UI. The resource monitoring functionality is now integrated with Prometheus Collector to provide fine-grained resource usage data and reports … continue reading

CTO.ai announces serverless Kubernetes solution for cloud-native apps

CTO.ai wants to make it easier for developers to deploy and manage cloud native applications with the release of its new Serverless Kubernetes platform. According to the company, the solution enables development teams to consolidate all of their workflows on Kubernetes and deploy cloud-native apps instantly without worrying about operations.  Users will have the ability … continue reading

Kubernetes to deprecate Docker container runtime in v1.22

The Kubernetes team has announced that it is deprecating the use of the Docker container runtime sometime after the release of Kubernetes 1.20, which is the upcoming release of the container orchestration tool. Instead, Kubernetes will use runtimes that use the Container Runtime Interface (CRI). “This doesn’t mean the death of Docker, and it doesn’t … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab 13.6 released, JetBrains DataGrip 2020.3 released, Amazon Managed Workflows available on Apache Airflow

GitLab 13.6 includes Auto-Deploy to Amazon EC2 using Auto DevOps without using Kubernetes, and a usage trends dashboard.  With the code quality severity included within the merge request and the Full Code Quality Report, users can now quickly determine which code quality violations are critical to resolve before merging.   Updates to the Project Security Dashboard … continue reading

Environment-free computing company Gravitational rebrands as Teleport

Gravitational changed its name to Teleport and released the Teleport Unified Access Plane.  “The decision to formally change our name to Teleport supports the natural evolution that our company has followed from the point it was founded – to create software for engineers that allows them to quickly access any resource anywhere,” said Ev Kontsevoy, … continue reading

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