Vaadin has updated its Java application development framework to make it simpler to deploy stateful applications on Kubernetes clusters and in cloud computing environments. Version 23.3 of Vaadin Flow now includes two acceleration kits for Kubernetes and Azure Cloud to better enable horizontal scalability, high availability/failover, non-disruptive rolling updates and
This April, Mirantis will add automated application discovery, security and observability to its Lens Kubernetes Platform following its acquisition of Shipa. Shipa’s platform automatically creates all required Kubernetes objects and configuration files for an application and deploys them to all clusters required. It also provides canary and rollback management capabilities.
Kubernetes security is a complex challenge. Luckily, new open source tools are springing up to help address it. I’ll discuss a new, popular tool called Kubernetes Lens, which is making Kubernetes clusters easier to manage and more visible for DevOps teams while helping boost security. What is Kubernetes Lens? Kubernetes
Tetrate’s Brooklyn update to its distribution of the open source Istio service mesh automates deployment of security policies. In addition, high availability has now been extended across clusters, regions and clouds running the Tetrate Service Bridge (TSB) with no manual intervention required. Finally, the company is making available a set
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