Robin.io updates platform to support movement across clouds

Robin.io wants to make it easier for users to adopt hybrid and multi-cloud strategies. The 5G and enterprise app automation platform provider announced the Robin Cloud-Native platform now allows users to move complex stateful apps across clouds.  According to the company, hybrid or multi-cloud strategies help support growing infrastructure needs, but with each cloud having … continue reading

SUSE unveils Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 2 and Manager 4.1

SUSE is focused on simplifying, modernizing and accelerating business value with the release of SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 2 for IT transformation and business innovation; and SUSE Manager 4.1 for infrastructure management.  “Customers stake their businesses on their IT infrastructure and we stake our business on their success. With SUSE and using true … continue reading

Puppet Enterprise 2019.8 focuses on the next wave of infrastructure automation

Puppet is updating its infrastructure delivery and management solution with new orchestration capabilities, pre-built patching automation, and more infrastructure flexibility. Puppet Enterprise 2019.8 LTS allows users to leverage thousands of open source and Puppet-built modules on Puppet Forge, and expand automation to more infrastructure use cases.  “Application deployments are increasingly waiting on DevOps and platform … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: KUDO

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announced it has officially accepted KUDO into the organization as a sandbox project. KUDO, which stands for Kubernetes Universal Declarative Operator, is an open-source project developed by cloud native platform and app management company D2iQ. According to the company, it has been used across the world to simplify the development … continue reading

Forrester reveals how COVID-19 will continue to impact businesses and tech with 5 trends

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Forrester predicts major changes for businesses and technology over the next decade. The company identified five major trends in a new report: The New Unstable Normal: How COVID-19 Will Change Business and Technology Forever. “The pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we do business,” said Stephanie Balaouras, vice president and … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Tsunami

Google is open-sourcing its network security scanning engine in the hopes of helping organizations protect data. Tsunami is designed to detect high severity vulnerabilities with high confidence.  “When an attacker begins to exploit security vulnerabilities or security misconfigurations, such as weak passwords, an organization needs to react quickly in order to protect potentially vulnerable assets. … continue reading

Kong brings updated universal service mesh Kuma to CNCF

Kong has announced a significant upgrade to its open-source universal service mesh. Kuma 0.6 features a “hybrid universal mode” that will enable the service mesh to support complex applications in heterogeneous environments such as VMs, Kubernetes clusters, and multiple data centers.  With the new release, Kong also announced it will be donating Kuma to the … continue reading

Nutanix gives IT teams the ability to manage cloud infrastructure from anywhere

Nutanix wants to ease the burden for IT teams who are now working from home. The company announced new remote IT solutions for deploying, upgrading and troubleshooting cloud infrastructure from anywhere.  The new solutions will be delivered through Nutanix HCI software at no additional cost, and will include Nutanix Foundation Central, Insights and Lifecycle Manager. … continue reading

Report: SREs need more observability

Site reliability engineers (SREs) are failing to include observability into their process. A new report revealed only 53% of respondents have an observability tool. The top tools SREs are using include monitoring and alerting, dashboarding, and infrastructure as code.  Additionally, when asked about key responsibilities, SRE’s ignored key aspects of observability such as events, metrics … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Open Horizon

This week’s featured open-source project promises to transform edge computing as we know it. The Open Horizon software project is an application management solution for constrained devices.  “Open Horizon lives on the network edge, and typically on constrained devices. Open Horizon is designed to help place your software as close as possible to where the … continue reading

Report: Majority of organizations need to update outdated infrastructure

A majority of organizations are looking to align IT infrastructure to business outcomes in order to be more successful, but that goal is presenting many challenges along the way. A recent report from IT company Wipro revealed 75% of organizations need to upgrade their old and outdated infrastructure.  Additionally, the average age of hardware within … continue reading

ONUG Collaborative provides guidance on automated cloud governance

ONUG, an enterprise technology consumer driven community, has announced a new white paper on achieving automated cloud governance. The white paper is meant to address lack of cloud infrastructure visibility and ensure all aspects of the deployment pipeline are protected in today’s cloud era. The white paper is the first project to be released by … continue reading

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