Scalyr Brings Log Management to Kubernetes Clusters

As IT organizations embrace Kubernetes to deploy containerized applications, they are discovering a need for tools to manage a new type of cluster that is proliferating rapidly across the enterprise. To address that issue, Scalyr has added support for Kubernetes clusters to its hosted log management service. Scalyr CEO Steve

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Why You Should Incorporate AIOps Into Your Container Strategy

If you’ve been paying attention to container adoption in recent years, you’ve witnessed its steady growth. According to a report from Diamanti, 44 percent of the surveyed IT leaders plan to switch from virtual machines (VMs) to containers, and a separate survey shared that, by 2020, 83 percent of enterprise

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VMware Acquires Heptio to Add Kubernetes Expertise

VMware announced it is acquiring Heptio as part of an ongoing effort to extend its reach into clusters based on Kubernetes. Announced at VMworld Europe 2018 conference, the acquisition adds several Kubernetes management tools, along with a set of load balancing tools and a Heptio Ark disaster recovery application for

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Tripwire Adds Container Configuration Assessment Service

Tripwire has extended a set of DevOps tools for managing and securing applications based on containers to include a Docker container configuration assessment capability. Tim Erlin, vice president of product management and strategy for Tripwire, says this latest capability being added to the Tripwire for DevOps portfolio will make it

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Platform9 Extends Serverless Framework for Kubernetes

Platform9 has extended the open source Fission.io serverless computing framework it developed for Kubernetes clusters to include a range of additional capabilities intended to make the serverless framework more accessible within the context of a DevOps environment. Soam Vasani, a software engineer at Platform9 and creator of Fission.io., says serverless

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Mesosphere Moves to Head Off Kubernetes Sprawl

Mesosphere today released an update to the Mesosphere DC/OS platform that makes it easier to deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters in a high-density environment. Ed Hsu, vice president of product Mesosphere, says that as adoption of Kubernetes continues to accelerate, it’s now only a matter of time before Kubernetes sprawl

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Google Extends Spinnaker Continuous Delivery Platform to Kubernetes

The team behind the open source Spinnaker continuous deployment platform have enhanced the level of support being provided for containerized applications deployed on top of Kubernetes clusters. Originally developed by Google and Netflix, Spinnaker is designed to make it simpler to deploy applications primarily of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in

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New Relic Plans to Extend Kubernetes Monitoring with CoScale Technology

Fresh off its acquisition of the technology assets of CoScale, New Relic plans to extend the depth of its monitoring services portfolio with deeper metrics for applications running on Kubernetes clusters. Based in Belgium, CoScale has been providing monitoring capabilities for Docker, Kubernetes and OpenShift. New Relic already monitors Kubernetes,

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Beware the Captive Kubernetes

It’s common knowledge that the Kubernetes container orchestration framework is revolutionizing the data center. In many ways, the container revolution represented by Kubernetes is comparable in impact to that caused by the introduction of virtual machines by VMware two decades ago. What’s different this time, however, is how the application

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Riverbed Extends APM Reach to Kubernetes

Riverbed has extended the reach of its application performance management (APM) platform into the realm of containers by adding support for Kubernetes and the Red Hat OpenShift platform that is based on Kubernetes. The latest release of SteelCentral also adds support for the Cloud Foundry platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment. In addition,

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