MapR Extends Platform for AI, More Security Tools

MapR Technologies has added a number of new features to the MapR Data Platform, including the addition of direct support for artificial intelligence (AI) applications. The new capabilities the platform now offers help to further extend the number of cloud and server structures it can accommodate on a single platform

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Sumo Logic Brings Machine Data Analytics to Docker and Kubernetes

Sumo Logic this week announced that its cloud-based platform for analyzing machine data now supports Docker containers as well as Kubernetes and the Amazon EKS cloud service. In addition, Sumo Logic has added support for performance metrics and metadata accessed via the the open source standard Prometheus container monitoring software

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LINBIT to Bring Open Source Block Storage to Containers

Containerized applications now can access block storage typically accessed by high-performance storage systems supporting enterprise applications based on relational databases thanks to LINBIT. Available now in beta, LINSTOR is block storage software native to containers and is compatible with both Kubernetes clusters and the OpenShift platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment from Red

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Stackpoint Simplifies Mastering Istio Routing Tables

StackPointCloud wants to make it easier for developers to master the networking complexities associated with deploying microservices when using the Istio service mesh running on top of a Kubernetes cluster. Company CEO Matt Baldwin says the latest version of the Stackpoint.io platform provides a dashboard through which traffic rules can

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CNCF Advances Serverless Frameworks for Kubernetes

The melding of containers and serverless computing frameworks advanced this week with the release of a CloudEvents v0.1 draft specification crafted by the Serverless Working Group within the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), which promises to foster interoperability between frameworks. Announced in advance of the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU 2018

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CNCF Unveils Continuous Integration Platform for Kubernetes

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) today at the Open Networking Summit conference unveiled a Cross-cloud Continuous Integration (CI) capability that enables staging servers running Kubernetes to be automatically upgraded. In addition, CNCF demonstrated how the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) running on top of Kubernetes can automatically be distributed

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Mesosphere to Resell Portworx Storage Software for Containers

The march to make containers a foundational element of stateful applications across the enterprise got a boost this week with Mesosphere announcing it will resell PX-Enterprise storage software from Portworx. The agreement extends an existing technology alliance that has resulted in the two companies sharing several joint customers, including including

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Containers Shake Network Functions Virtualization Assumptions

One of the bigger debates to emerge at the Mobile World Congress 2018 conference this week is the degree to which network service providers will be relying on virtual appliances rather than containers to implement network functions virtualization (NFV). Service providers of all size are rushing to embrace network virtualization

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Codefresh Adds Helm Managed Service

Codefresh at the Helm Summit 2018 conference this week unfurled a managed service that combines the open source Helm tools for deploying microservices based on containers with testing tools that validate those microservices before being deployed in a production environment. Dan Garfield, vice president of marketing at Codefresh, says Helm

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