Triggermesh Melds AWS Lambda with Kubernetes

IT organizations looking to move functions that were developed for the Lambda serverless computing framework from Amazon Web Services to Kubernetes clusters now can take advantage of an open source TriggerMesh Knative Lambda RuntimeKLR project. The TriggerMesh Knative Lambda RuntimeKLR project was developed as part of a management framework created

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Oracle: Cloud-Native Apps to Drive DevOps Change

Oracle is betting this coming year will see accelerated adoption of a raft of nascent emerging container and cloud-native technologies that will radically transform a range of DevOps processes. Siddhartha Agarwal, vice president of product management and cloud strategy for Oracle Cloud Platform, predicts 2019 will witness more organizations hiring

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Let’s Get It Right This Time: Domain-Driven Design and Microservices

Because we are at the beginning of our journey into microservices and a true service-based architecture, we can start on the right foot by properly organizing them so they can be shared, found and reused. After all, if our services are not being reused, what is the point? Let’s not

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Survey Finds Lack of Kubernetes Expertise Hindering Adoption

A survey of 152 attendees of the recent Kubecon + CloudNativeCon 2018 conference published this week finds lack of expertise (53 percent) and operational complexity (50 percent) are the top two challenges hindering broader adoption of Kubernetes. Security challenges ranked third, at 41 percent, in the survey conducted by Nirmata,

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CNCF Graduates CoreDNS Project

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) today announced it has graduated CoreDNS, an instance of a highly portable domain name system (DNS) server, to give this project equal standing alongside Kubernetes container engine, Prometheus container monitoring and Envoy service mesh projects. Written in the Go programming language, CoreDNS is already

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StackRox Focuses Efforts on Kubernetes Security

StackRox today extended the scope of a container security platform for Kubernetes to include a deployment-centric view of their environment to provide more context about potential risks. Wei Lien Dang, vice president of product for StackRox, says by exclusively focusing the company’s container security efforts on Kubernetes, it becomes possible

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Best Practices for PCI Compliance in a Container Environment

The PCI DSS compliance framework dates back to the mid-2000s, well before anyone was talking about containers. This does not mean, however, that PCI compliance doesn’t affect you if you’re running a containerized environment. Although the PCI DSS framework doesn’t deal in specific detail with containers, a containerized infrastructure presents

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App Container Market Forecast to Reach $4.2B by 2022

A new report from 451 Research predicts a significant increase in the number of IT organizations deploying containers in the coming year will drive a 30 percent compound annual increase in the size of the application market through 2022. The 451 Research report forecasts the application container market will increase

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Red Hat Survey Sees Major Spike in Container Adoption

Although there’s a lot of interest in all things related to containers, mainstream adoption among enterprise IT organizations is still in its early days. But a recent survey of 400 customers conducted by Red Hat finds that reliance on containers is expected to increase by an astounding 89 percent over

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