Topic: kubernetes

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

Analyst Watch: Cloud native means Kubernetes

Attending the Pivotal SpringOne conference last month has hit home how important is the alignment around Kubernetes in the cloud-native technology world. This event is a developer conference for the popular Java web framework Spring — Pivotal was keen to quote from the recent JetBrains survey that the two most popular offerings in this category … continue reading

Red Hat’s Quarkus sets Java up for a cloud-native world

Red Hat has announced the release of Quarkus 1.0, a Kubernetes-native Java stack built for containers and cloud deployments. According to the company, as application development continues to evolve, Quarkus will work to bring Java into the future and get it ready for serverless, cloud and Kubernetes environments. “Quarkus represents a fundamental shift in modern … continue reading

VMware announces new hybrid cloud offerings at VMworld

VMware is looking to meet the unique needs of traditional and modern applications with the announcement of its new and expanded cloud offerings announced at VMworld in San Francisco this week.  The new offerings are designed to enable customers to migrate and modernize applications across clouds, data centers and edge locations with simplified cloud planning, … continue reading

Red Hat releases OpenShift Service Mesh

Red Hat has announced its own service mesh solution to bring an end-to-end developer experience to microservices. Red Hat OpenShift Service Mesh provides the ability to connect, observe and simplify service-to-service communications on Kubernetes.  According to the company, it is based on Istio, Kiali and Jaeger projects, and designed to free developers from having to … continue reading

OSCON 2019: Data Asset eXchange, Kabanero, WSO2 API Micrograteway 3.0, and Red Sky Ops

The O’Reilly Open Source Software Conference (OSCON) is taking place this week in Oregon, gathering together industry leaders to talk about open source, cloud native, data-driven solutions, AI capabilities and product management.  “OSCON has continued to be the catalyst for open source innovation for twenty years, providing organizations with the latest technological advances and guidance … continue reading

SD Times news digest: IBM’s next-gen blockchain platform, Apache Bigtop 1.4, and Eggplant expands test automation

IBM announced the next generation of its IBM Blockchain Platform, which has been rearchitected to support deployments via Kubernetes to public clouds or on-premises. Multicloud and other advanced capabilities have also been added to the platform. The new extension for Visual Studio Code is designed to help users integrate smart contract development  and network management … continue reading

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

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