Ivanti completes acquisition of MobileIron and Pulse Secure

IT automation provider Ivanti has announced that it closed its acquisition of MobileIron and Pulse Secure. MobileIron provides mobile-centric endpoint management, while Pulse Secure provides secure access and mobile security solutions.  Ivanti believes the acquisition will solidify its position in the market as a provider of unified endpoint management, zero trust security, and IT service … continue reading

AIOps from Broadcom

Broadcom unveils new AIOps platform

Broadcom has announced the latest version of its AIOps platform that combines artificial intelligence, machine learning, and end-to-end observability.  According to the company, its AIOps capabilities allow business and IT leaders to manage KPIs that align IT outputs and business outcomes. This will help drive digital agility while ensuring enhanced customer and positive employee experiences.  … continue reading

Anthos on bare metal deployment models

ITOps Times news digest: Anthos on bare metal, GoSecure funding, and EclecticIQ funding

Google has announced that Anthos is now available for bare metal, opening up new possibilities for how to run workloads. Using Anthos on bare metal enables organizations to utilize their existing investments in hardware, operating systems, and networking infrastructure.  Anthos can be deployed on bare metal using either a standalone deployment model where every cluster … continue reading

ServiceNow acquires Element AI to further AI innovation in the Now platform

ServiceNow announced that it signed an agreement to acquire Element AI to create an Innovation Hub in Canada to accelerate customer-focused AI innovation in the Now platform. “AI technology is evolving rapidly as companies race to digitally transform 20th century processes and business models,” said ServiceNow Chief AI Officer Vijay Narayanan. “ServiceNow is leading this … continue reading

Splunk acquires cloud network observability company Flowmill

Splunk has announced that it entered into an agreement to acquire Flowmill, which is a cloud network observability provider. The acquisition will help Splunk bolster its Observability Suite. After the acquisition, customers will be able to ingest, analyze, and take action on cloud network and infrastructure data. This will enable them to quickly resolve issues, … continue reading

ITOPS Times Open Source Project of the Week: Tern

Tern is a software package inspection tool for containers that is used to find the metadata of the packages installed in a container image.  “Tern gives users a deeper understanding of their container’s bill of materials so they can make better decisions about their container-based infrastructure, integration and deployment strategies, the working group behind the … continue reading

TeamViewer running on macOS

ITOps Times news digest: TeamViewer 15.12, Logz.io funding, and Stratusphere UX 6.5

The latest version of TeamViewer is now available for macOS. TeamViewer 15.12 introduces support for Apple’s new architecture Apple Silicon. The new version is optimized for Apple Silicon without relying on the Rosetta 2 emulation, as many applications still do.  Key benefits of the latest macOS version of TeamViewer include improved performance and less energy … continue reading

MAAS screenshot

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: MAAS

This week’s highlighted open-source project of the week is MAAS, which stands for metal-as-a-service.  Maintained by Canonical, MAAS allows companies to build their own data center from bare metal servers. Administrators can do self-service, remote installation of Windows, CentOS, ESXi, and Ubuntu on real servers. MAAS enables users to discover, commission, deploy, and dynamically reconfigure … continue reading

Report: Kubernetes running in over half of container environments

Kubernetes now runs over half of container environments. That is according to a new report from Datadog, which revealed that Kubernetes growth has doubled since 2017, and that it is continuing to grow steadily. Datadog analyzed 1.5 billion containers in use by tens of thousands of its customers to get a sense for how image … continue reading

OpsRamp Fall 2020 release

OpsRamp Fall 2020 release focuses on new and improved digital experiences

OpsRamp is releasing its Fall 2020 update with a new user experience and dashboards designed to make it easier for IT operations teams to resolve issues.  When the company looked at how IT operation teams were driving digital transformation during these uncertain times, it found that IT teams were a strategic differentiator with businesses increasing … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Ansible Automation Platform 1.2, new Tardigrade integrations, and Google launches Voucher

Red Hat has announced the release of Ansible Automation Platform 1.2. The latest release focused on improving efficiency, increasing productivity, and controlling risk and expenses.  New features include a private Automation Hub, enhancements to the automation services catalog, and new Ansible-maintained Certified Content Collections for popular IT platforms.  Storj Labs introduces new integrations for Tardigrade … continue reading

KubeCon North America 2020: Kubernetes Security Specialist certification, Red Hat OpenShift update, and TrilioVault for Kubernetes 2.0

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020 kicked off today virtually. Here are a number of announcements from the event: Kubernetes Security Specialist certification now available This certification was first announced by the Linux Foundation and CNCF in July. The Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS) requires a two-hour, performance-based exam to prove that a person possesses … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Dynatrace PurePath 4, StorMagic and HPE partnership, and Quantum’s ActiveScale updates

Dynatrace has announced the release of PurePath 4. PurePath is a distributed tracing and code analysis tool, and version 4 expands support for OpenTelemetry, W3C Trace Context, and the latest cloud-native architectures, like service mesh and serverless computing for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.  “We pioneered distributed tracing with the introduction of PurePath in … continue reading

StrongDM adds support for securing access to more types of tools

Single sign-on (SSO) for backend infrastructure provider strongDM has announced that it now offers the ability to secure access to all classes of tools that technical staff use. The company has extended support over the past two years to include more database management, SSH, RDP, and kubectl. Other new support include delegation of credentials to … continue reading

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