VMware Looks to Operationalize Kubernetes

VMware, as part of an ongoing effort to operationalize Kubernetes at scale on behalf of IT operations teams, today announced the general availability of version 1.3 of the Pivotal Container Service (PKS). Developed in conjunction with Pivotal Software, a sister unit of Dell Technologies, PKS integrates Kubernetes with network virtualization

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LogicMonitor Adds Support for Kubernetes

LogicMonitor this week added support for Kubernetes to its namesake IT monitoring platform delivered as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application. At the same time, LogicMonitor unfurled LM Service Insight, which is designed to make it easier for IT teams to logically monitor group applications and associated infrastructure that make up a

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Aqua Security Partners with Datadog to Advance Container Security

One of the most significant issues cybersecurity teams must come to terms with in 2019 is how container security should be implemented and maintained. The days when cybersecurity teams were solely responsible for implementing cybersecurity controls are long past. In fact, as cybersecurity becomes more distributed across the enterprise, the

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Kubernetes vs. Docker: A Primer

The differences and similarities between two of the most influential open source projects of 2018. Kubernetes versus Docker is a topic that has been raised numerous times in the cloud computing industry. Whether you come from a non-technical background and need a quick introduction or if you need to make

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Kaloom Makes Case for Kactus Container Networking Project

Arguably the least mature aspect of Kubernetes involves how networking services are made available. Kubernetes, in the current implementation of the Container Network Interface (CNI), allows a pod to access only a single network interface to communicate with other systems. To address that issue, Kaloom has created a CNI plugin

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Survey Finds Growing Container Security Concerns

Container security is rapidly becoming a major concern as containers start to proliferate across the enterprise. A survey of 311 cybersecurity professionals conducted by Dimensional Research on behalf of Tripwire, a provider of IT security software and service, finds that 75 percent of organizations that had more than 100 containers

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New Relic Adds Ability to Explore Kubernetes Clusters

As the management of applications and infrastructure continues to converge, DevOps teams need a more holistic approach to managing IT. To provide that capability in the age of microservices, New Relic has added the ability to see what’s occurring within a Kubernetes cluster to its application monitoring tools. Patrick Lightbody,

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Code Analysis Finds Kubernetes Approaching Level of Maturity

An analysis of the code committed to Kubernetes suggests the 4-year-old open source container orchestration platform has reached a level of stability as the rate at which commits are being made starts to slow. Conducted by source{d}, a provider of a code analysis tools based on machine learning algorithms, the

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Survey Finds Kubernetes Ripple Effect Widening

A survey of 500 attendees at the recent KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2018 conference suggests that early adopters of Kubernetes are now wrestling with many of the downstream issues that ensue after embracing microservices-based applications based on containers to build and deploy applications. Conducted by Platform9, a provider of managed Kubernetes

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