Finout releases anomaly detection for FinOps

The team at the cloud cost observability platform Finout today launched end-to-end anomaly detection for FinOps.  With this, finance and engineering teams are provided with a centralized dashboard for monitoring spikes in cost as well as other out of the ordinary spending behavior across all major cloud providers and various third party SaaS services. According … continue reading

The Wireshark Foundation has been announced to support open-source development of project

The unified cloud and security company Sysdig Inc. today announced the Wireshark Foundation. The goal of the foundation is to provide a long-term custodian to Wireshark, the open-source project that allows teams to to monitor network traffic, learn protocols, and packet basics as they also troubleshoot network problems. Additionally, the foundation is intended to help … continue reading

AT&T and ServiceNow introduce global telco solution

ServiceNow and AT&T today announced a global telecom product geared at helping communications service providers manage 5G and fiber network inventory. Built on the ServiceNow platform, Telecom Network Inventory is available today for telcos globally. The companies stated that this release works to solve the complexities of managing network inventory by offering a single platform … continue reading

StarlingX R8.0 includes new updates for real-time applications

Cloud infrastructure software stack provider StarlingX has announced the release of StarlingX R8.0, bringing users new features and enhancements. With this release, StarlingX has upgraded to new versions of platform components such as Kubernetes, added the ability to integrate SSH with remote Windows Active Directory, enhanced the Backup and Restore feature, added support for Kubernetes … continue reading

DigitalOcean announces Premium CPU-Optimized Droplets

The team at cloud hosting provider DigitalOcean today unveiled DigitalOcean Premium CPU-Optimized Droplets. This release provides users with virtual machines built for high throughput and reliable performance. According to the company, these are ideal for network and computing intensive workloads such as streaming media, online gaming, machine learning, and data analytics. With Premium CPU-Optimized Droplets, … continue reading

Dynatrace announces platform extensions and new releases

Software intelligence company Dynatrace today announced several new releases at its annual cloud observability conference. These include an extension of its platform’s Grail data lakehouse, the launch of AutomationEngine, and the launch of AppEngine.  Grail data lakehouse has been expanded to additional data types with graph-based multicloud technology and dependencies in order to offer users … continue reading

Enterprise architecture is coming out of its “winter”

Through the years, interest in enterprise architecture has felt like somewhat of a roller coaster, with organizations recognizing its importance one minute and then deciding they don’t need it the next. In a recent episode of ITOps Times’ podcast “Get With IT,” Paul Homan, a distinguished engineer at IBM and the CTO for the industrial … continue reading

CNCF Annual Survey reveals containers have become standard practice

44% of organizations stated that they are already using containers for almost all of their applications and business segments while another 35% reported that containers are used for at least a few production applications. This is according to the CNCF Annual Survey 2022, conducted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and Linux Research Foundation. … continue reading

Red Hat OpenShift 4.12 adds more security capabilities

Open-source solutions provider Red Hat today announced several new security and compliance capabilities for its Kubernetes platform RedHat OpenShift, available with the general availability of Red Hat OpenShift 4.12. According to the company, the new capabilities are intended to assist organizations in scaling workloads across the hybrid cloud without risking security. These enhancements also work … continue reading

ITOps Times Open Source Project of the Week: CubeFS

CubeFS is a cloud native distributed storage platform hosted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as an Incubating project. According to the company, this open source offering allows users to converge posix filesystem interfaces, S3 compatible interfaces, and hdfs interfaces. It also provides highly scalable metadata along with elasticity and consistency.  CubeFS also offers specific … continue reading

NS1 launches new solution for deep DNS observability

The authoritative DNS (Domain Name System) solutions company NS1 has announced the release of DNS Insights, a comprehensive DNS observability solution available for both NS1 Managed DNS and Dedicated DNS customers. According to the company, DNS Insights is intended to improve reliability, real-time analysis, and cost control through the collection of DNS and network metrics … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Vector

Vector is an open-source, end-to-end observability data pipeline that works to give users control over their own observability data by allowing them to collect, transform, and route their logs, metrics, and traces to any vendor. According to the GitHub page, this tool also works towards cost reduction, novel data enrichment, and data security where the … continue reading

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