Kubernetes OpenStack

No, Kubernetes is Not the New OpenStack, Says Canonical

It’s easy to think of Kubernetes as the great disruptor of earlier generations of cloud-native platforms, such as OpenStack. But that view would be just as wrong as assuming that Kubernetes and ...
WSO2

Eclipse Foundation Brings Java IDE to Kubernetes

The Eclipse Foundation this week made good on a promise to couple Java and Kubernetes more tightly, with the release of the Eclipse Che 7 integrated development environment (IDE). Announced at the ...
Redis

Kubernetes 1.16 Update Tackles Stability and Scale

The Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) overseeing the developer of Kubernetes today made available an update that provides a stable set of application programming interfaces (APIs) on which to build extensions to the ...
CNAB

CNAB Specification for Deploying Apps Advances

A Cloud Native Application Bundle (CNAB) specification that promises to make it easier to deploy software has now become an official project within the Joint Development Foundation, an arm of the Linux ...
StackRox kubernetes

Camunda Leverages Kubernetes to Push BPM to the Cloud

Camunda today unfurled a beta edition of a business process management (BPM) platform accessed via the cloud that the company developed using microservices running atop Kubernetes clusters, which enables organizations to create ...
containers

Sumo Logic Adds Support for Kubernetes

Sumo Logic has unveiled the first instance of its monitoring tools delivered as software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications to support Kubernetes. Announced at the company’s Illuminate 2019 conference, the Continuous Intelligence Solution for Kubernetes ...
Apache Spark

Google Aims to Wed Apache Spark to Kubernetes

Google today announced it will extend Google Cloud Dataproc, a managed service for accessing the Apache Spark in-memory computing framework, to Kubernetes. James Malone, a Google senior product manager, says Google will ...
Nubix

Kubernetes in the Enterprise: A Primer

As Kubernetes moves deeper into the enterprise, its growth is having an impact on the ecosystem at large. When Kubernetes came on the scene in 2014, it made an impact and continues ...
Kubernetes

Catching the Second Wave With Kubernetes Open Source Products

As the Kubernetes ecosystem evolves, analysts are starting to talk about the “second wave” of cloud-native computing. A recent piece in Forbes highlights the increasing emphasis on cloud toolchains: “In the second ...
Kubernetes

CNCF Highlights Kubernetes Progress 5 Years On

By now most IT professionals are starting to appreciate just how powerful a platform Kubernetes is. At this point, there are few IT vendors that haven’t had to change their strategy to ...