Microsoft Security Copilot brings GPT-4 capabilities to security systems

Microsoft is adding to the list of offerings it has that incorporate AI to improve how businesses run. Microsoft Security Copilot combines the capabilities of GPT-4 with Microsoft’s security capabilities to provide an end-to-end defense system. The company hopes that this new solution will enable security to be a more human endeavor as security professionals … continue reading

ServiceNow Utah release aims to increase employee productivity and engagement

ServiceNow has announced a major expansion to its Now Platform with the Utah release, with new automations, risk reduction capabilities, and employee productivity and engagement improvements.  New automation capabilities include a new AI Search for helping service workers find the information they need faster. The new smart search includes features like auto-complete suggestions, exact match, … continue reading

IBM and EY partner up to drive enterprise sustainability

IBM has announced that it has partnered with the digital transformation consulting firm EY to help organizations incorporate sustainability into their transformation goals. Together they will work on initiatives and offerings to help businesses accelerate sustainability and other environmental, social, and governance (ESG) plans. Some planned offerings include scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions accounting and … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Tabby

Tabby is a terminal emulator that can be used on Windows, macOS, and Linux. It can also be used for SSH or as a serial terminal.  It offers support for PowerShell, WSL, Git-Bash, Cygwin, MSYS2, Cmder, and CMD. It also includes an integrated encrypted container for SSH secrets and configuration.  The project maintainers say that … continue reading

Styra Load offers better method for authorization

Styra Load is a new Open Policy Agent (OPA)-based decision engine for authorizing cloud native applications that contain large data sets.  According to Styra, a challenge many companies face is that data-heavy authorization workloads can lead to high operations costs. But Styra Load uses 10x less memory and has 40% more CPU throughput when compared … continue reading

Quali updates its infrastructure automation platform with risk reduction features

Quali has updated its infrastructure automation platform Torque with new features intended to help organizations reduce risk and increase value. Torque now automatically does a security scan and health check before allowing infrastructure to be deployed. According to Quali this cuts down on potential issues from misconfigurations.  Integration with Open Policy Agent (OPA) allows policies … continue reading

Canonical unveils support for real-time compute in Ubuntu

Canonical today unveiled support for real-time compute in Ubuntu in the release of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS.  According to the company, real-time Ubuntu provides deterministic responses to external events, which cuts down on response times. This makes it ideal for use cases where there are low-latency requirements, like automotive, telecommunications, and aerospace and defense.  “The real-time … continue reading

Red Hat’s Ansible Automation Platform is now available in the Google Cloud Marketplace

Red Hat has made the announcement that the Ansible Automation Platform can now be accessed through Google Cloud Marketplace.  According to Red Hat, this new availability provides users with easier access to the platform, which will allow them to get started with automation more quickly and scale it up more efficiently.  Users will get access … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: osTicket

OsTicket is an open-source ticketing system for IT teams to track their support requests.  It pulls requests from email, phone, and web forms into a simple interface that enables teams to manage, organize, and archive support requests and responses.  Users simply have to submit a request through one of the above methods and then IT … continue reading

Venafi has a new tool for securely managing machine identities in Kubernetes environments

The machine identity management company Venafi is working to make it easier for companies to manage their cloud-native machine identities in Kubernetes environments. Today they released TLS Protect for Kubernetes within the Venafi Control Plane. The new tool provides observability features that enable teams to identify security issues and be proactive in fixing those gaps. … continue reading

CES 2023: NVIDIA unveils new GPUs, Lenovo adds new sustainability-focused laptops, Intel introduces next gen mobile processors

The annual Consumer Electronic Show (CES) officially kicks off today and will run through Sunday, January 8th.  CES is a major event where the largest technology manufacturers come together to show off their latest innovations.  Already a number of companies have been previewing their latest offerings that they will be showcasing at the event.  Here … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Wireshark

Wireshark is an open-source network protocol analyzer. It is used to enable companies to go deeper into what’s happening in their networks.  Key features include live capture and offline analysis, standard three-pane packet browser, and VoIP analysis. Live data can be read from sources like Ethernet, IEEE 802.11, PPP/HDLC, ATM, Bluetooth, USB, and more.  Data … continue reading

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