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

Project Calico is an open-source project for securing networks in cloud native environments. It is designed to be simple, scalable, and secure. The project was created and is maintained by Tigera. According to the team, traditional SDNs tend to be hard to deploy and troubleshoot due to their complexity. Calico removed that complexity by providing … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: TeamViewer Patch Management, Certificate of Cloud Auditing Knowledge, and Ampertiy’s Sandboxes for IT

Remote connectivity solution provider TeamViewer is introducing Patch Management to its monitoring and asset management solution. Patch Management is designed to provide vulnerability detection, patch deployment, and TeamViewer integrations. Key features include Windows and third-party application updates, an intuitive interface and automation and custom policies. As part of the monitoring and asset management solution, benefits … continue reading

LogicMonitor's AIOps early warning system

LogicMonitor releases AIOps early warning system

LogicMonitor has announced that its new AIOps early warning system is now available. This system is an addition to the LM Intelligence AIOps solution. “LM Intelligence is our AIOps platform, and how we look at it is the platform gives a way to build intelligent algorithms on top of the data streams that are coming … continue reading

AWS Identity and Access Management Access Analyzer detects unintended resource access

AWS announced the Identity and Access Management (IAM) Access Analyzer at its AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas this week. The new solution is designed to analyze access control policies attached to resources and determines which resources can be accessed publicly or from other accounts.  It continuously monitors all policies for Amazon Simple Storage Service … continue reading's Cloud Observability Platform launches cloud observability platform has announced a new Cloud Observability Platform that will allow engineers to reduce time to resolution, increase productivity, and integrate security into DevOps workflows. The solution is powered by Kibana and Grafana, and is a fully-managed solution for developers. It provides a single pane of glass for monitoring, troubleshooting, and securing distributed workloads on … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Signal Sciences’ security solution for Istio, PagerDuty for Cloud Operations, and Snow Software acquires Embotics

Signal Sciences has announced a security solution for the service mesh Istio. The company had already offered a web application firewall (WAF) and runtime application self-protection (RASP) integration with Istio and Envoy. This new integration with Istio will provide organizations with the ability to gain visibility into east-west and north-south traffic. They will also be … continue reading

Standalone simulator for Azure IoT Edge development now available

Microsoft has announced new updates and features for its IoT tool offerings, including the ability to deploy the Event Grid module and a standalone simulator for Azure IoT Edge. Event Grid on IoT Edge brings the power and flexibility of Azure Event Grid to the edge for all pub/sub and event driven scenarios, the company … continue reading

ITOps Open-Source Project of the Week: Tungsten Fabric

This week’s open-source project of the week is a network virtualization platform for the cloud. Tungsten Fabric is an open-source scalable and multi cloud networking platform designed to provide a single point of control for networking and security observability and analytics. The project was originally hosted by Juniper Networks and known as OpenContrail. Juniper open … continue reading

SolarWinds announces SolarWinds AppOptics Dev Edition for APM

SolarWinds announced the release of its free AppOptics Dev Edition, a free infrastructure and application performance management (APM) solution, It is designed to be a “scaled-back version well-suited for development environments” that offers the same features as the full version. “The need to manage custom business applications is on the rise, placing new pressures on … continue reading

ITOps news digest: Cloudflare’s Flan Scan, OneLogin’s support for AWS Session Tags, and OCF-over-Thread

Cloudflare is open sourcing its in-house lightweight network vulnerability scanner Flan Scan. According to the company, Flan Scan was created after unsuccessful attempts with industry standard scanners. “A little over a year ago, we were paying a big vendor for their scanner until we realized it was one of our highest security costs and many … continue reading

Problems and solutions of monitoring your Kubernetes Operators

For me, the most important thing monitoring can provide is the ability to see what is happening inside your clusters–be it the state of the workload, or the status of the applications–is significant and should not be a day two concern. Good information on your clusters allows you to react quickly to misconfigured deployed applications, … continue reading

Datadog releases security monitoring for real-time threat detection

Datadog announced its Security Monitoring solution, which enables real-time threat detection across the entire stack, and facilitates collaboration between security, developer and operation teams.  “We built Security Monitoring to break down silos between security professionals and their DevOps peers, and provide real-time threat detection in modern hybrid cloud environments,” said Marc Tremsal, director of product … continue reading

Google launches Bare Metal Solution to accelerate cloud adoption

Google has announced a new solution to help with the migration of applications, helping facilitate cloud adoption. The company explained the new Bare Metal Solution contains all of the infrastructure that is needed to run specialized workloads. It also features a low-latency and highly resilient interconnect and connects with all Google Cloud services. It uses … continue reading

KubeCon: State of the Kubernetes Union

Accountability and transparency are crucial to open-source projects. On Thursday at KubeCon, six of the seven Kubernetes Steering Committee members held an open discussion with constituents to discuss goals, challenges, and other pressing issues in Kubernetes.  Members present included Davanum Srinivas, Timothy St. Clair, Paris Pittman, Derek Carr, Christoph Blecker, and Nikhite Raghunath. Aaron Crickenberger … continue reading

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