Red Hat and Microsoft Prep Managed OpenShift Service

Red Hat and Microsoft, at the Red Hat Summit 2018 conference this week, announced their intention to deliver an instance of the OpenShift platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment on the Microsoft Azure cloud that will be jointly managed both companies. The extension of an existing alliance between Red Hat and Microsoft will

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Google Moves to Better Isolate Containers

Google this week at the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2018 conference launched a series of container initiatives designed to better secure and isolate containers. At the same time, Google announced that Kubernetes clusters now can be monitored using the company’s Stackdriver service. With the launch of gVisor, Google has made available

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Oracle Extends Kubernetes and Serverless Frameworks Support

Oracle at the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2018 conference announced that Oracle Container Engine has been tightly integrated with Kubernetes and the Fn serverless framework it developed will support both the CloudEvents specification being developed by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and a serverless framework being advanced by the Massachusetts

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Red Hat Unveils Operator Framework for Kubernetes

Red Hat today unveiled an open source framework for integrating a suite of Operator applications that simplify the management of Kubernetes clusters. Rob Szumski, product manager for OpenShift at Red Hat, says the Operator Framework allows IT organizations to stitch together a series of Operator applications developed by CoreOS to

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Microsoft Brings Serverless Computing to Containers

Serverless computing based on containers took a step forward this week, as Microsoft made Azure Container Instances (ACI) generally available on the Microsoft Azure cloud. ACI is a serverless computing framework based on an event-driven architecture optimized for Docker images running on either Linux or Windows. Gabe Monroy, Microsoft program

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