ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Operator Framework

This week’s featured open-source project is a toolkit designed to manage Kubernetes native applications in an automated and scalable way. The Operator Framework was first introduced in 2018 by CoreOS who saw a high barrier to entry for building Kubernetes applications.  More recently, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation announced the Operator Framework was joining as … continue reading

Docker Enterprise Container Cloud

Mirantis launches Docker Enterprise Container Cloud

At Mirantis’ inaugural Launchpad 2020 conference, the company announced the release of Docker Enterprise Container Cloud. Mirantis had previously acquired the Docker Enterprise Platform last November.  According to the company, this new solution will provide faster ways to ship code in public clouds and on-premises. It helps reduce some of the complexity of Kubernetes by … continue reading

ServiceNow Paris release

ServiceNow Paris release focuses on agility and resilience in a COVID-19 world

ServiceNow has announced the latest release of its Now Platform, designed to help organizations remain agile and resilient as they grow and enhance their productivity during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The ServiceNow Paris release includes new business continuity management, hardware asset management, and legal service delivery.  “The world is experiencing a seismic shift from the … continue reading

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ITOps Times news digest: WANdisco LiveData Migrator, Seagate’s new Exos hard drive, and JupiterOne’s Series A

WANdisco has announced the release of its LiveData Migrator, which is a tool for migrating HDFS data to the cloud. According to the company, there aren’t any application, cluster, or node configuration changes that need to be made to move data using this tool.  In addition, data is 100% available while it’s being moved, and … continue reading

Pure Storage is acquiring Portworx to create Kubernetes data services platform

Pure Storage’s acquisition of Portworx for $370 million in cash will create a Kubernetes data services platform for cloud-native applications. Portworx is a platform that provides persistent storage, high availability, data protection, data security, and cloud mobility for containers deployed in hybrid cloud architectures. “By combining Portworx container data services with Pure’s industry-leading data platforms … continue reading

SentinelOne announces Automated Application Control Engine to secure cloud and containerized workloads

SentinelOne has released a new automated application control engine that is designed to secure cloud and containerized workloads without human intervention. The automated engine eliminates the need to manually maintain allow-lists, which preserves cloud and container workload’s immutable states while also defending against malware, cryptojacking, and zero-day threats. “It is critical to defend cloud and … continue reading

Kevin Dallas, CEO of Wind River

Wind River’s journey from RTOS to 5G

IoT and 5G are relatively new technologies, but one of the main players in the space isn’t new to the game. Wind River was created nearly four decades ago as a provider of RTOSs for industries like aerospace, defense, automotive, and more. Now, they’re immersed in the 5G, IoT, and edge computing spaces. “The era … continue reading

Triggermesh available on Oracle Cloud Marketplace

ITOps Times news digest: TriggerMesh available in Oracle Cloud Marketplace, ExaGrid 6.0, and JumpCloud’s Okta integration

TriggerMesh has announced that it is now available on the Oracle Cloud Marketplace, which is a repository of applications offered by Oracle and its partners.  According to Oracle, its addition of TriggerMesh will allow it to provide cloud-enabled integration solutions to help customers meet their business needs.  “We are very excited to be able to … continue reading

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xMatters to reinvent incident management with new platform advancements

xMatters wants to put an end to antiquated and repetitive management processes with a new vision for advancing incident management. According to the company, overly structured and rigid approaches must end in order to develop and deploy reliable digital services faster.  “The digital transformation of business, culture and technology raises the complexity of detecting and … continue reading

NVIDIA to acquire Arm for $40 billion

NVIDIA has announced that it is acquiring Arm from SoftBank for $40 billion. Arm is a manufacturer of processors. According to NVIDIA, this acquisition will bring together its AI computing platform with Arm’s ecosystem, creating a computing company for the age of artificial intelligence. It will enable them to accelerate innovation and expand into larger … continue reading

StorageOS announces availability of StorageOS version 2.2 performance on Red Hat Marketplace

StorageOS announced the release of StorageOS V2.2 Performance through Red Hat Marketplace. Red Hat Marketplace is an open cloud marketplace for enterprise customers to discover, try, purchase, deploy, and manage certified container-based software across environments—public and private, cloud and on-premises. Through the marketplace, customers can take advantage of responsive support, streamlined billing and contracting, simplified … continue reading

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ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Dragonfly

This week’s highlighted open-source project is Dragonfly, which is a P2P image and file distribution system. The goal of this project is to improve the efficiency of file transferring and maximize usage of network bandwidth.  According to the project’s documentation, container technologies can make DevOps easier in a number of ways, but one of the … continue reading

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ITOps Times news digest: StackRox raises $26.5 million, Sectigo’s PKI Risk Assessments, and Simplicity Studio 5

StackRox has raised $26.5 million in funding. This round was led by Menlo Ventures, with participation from Highland Capital Partners, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, Redpoint Ventures, and Sequoia Capital.  The company will use the new funds to meet growing demand driven by Kubernetes and DevSecOps, and to deliver on its vision of providing organizations with the tools … continue reading

Audit reports in Confidential Computing

ITOps Times news digest: Google Cloud’s Confidential Computing, Synopsys and Nestwave partnership, and Cyberinc and XeneX partnership

Google Cloud is expanding its Confidential Computing portfolio with two new additions: Confidential GKE Node and new capabilities for Confidential VMs. Confidential GKE allows customers to configure GKE clusters to deploy node pools with Confidential VM capabilities. This feature will be available in beta as of the GKE 1.18 release. Confidential VMs use memory encryption … continue reading

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