ITOps Times news digest: Fluent Bit v1.1.3 and AWS App Mesh update

A new release of Fluent Bit is now available. Fluent Bit is a multi-platform Log Processor and Forwarder that allows users to collect data and logs from various sources and unify them. Fluent Bit v1.1.3 is a minor release for the 1.1 series. It fixes two bugs in the core and plugins. AWS Cloud Map … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Barracuda launches Firewall Insights and VMware acquires Avi Networks

Barracuda has announced the launch of Firewall Insights, an analytics platform for firewalls. Firewall Insights takes in data from firewalls or wide area networks and analyzes it. It then provides actionable insights for the entire network. The solution can be added to any CloudGen Firewall deployment option, which includes hardware appliances, virtual appliances, and cloud … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: IBM’s Razee

IBM is opening up a tool that will help developers deploy and manage applications in Kubernetes clusters. IBM’s new open-source tool, Razee, provides insights into those Kubernetes cluster deployments. According to IBM, Razee addresses one of the major challenges of managing multiple Kubernetes workloads, which is the process of generating inventory and scripts that will … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Tibco’s new cloud functionality, Acronis integrates with ConnectWise Control, and Numerify’s Change Risk Prediction solution

Software company Tibco has announced new functionality for organizations working in hybrid or multicloud environments. New solutions include Tibco Cloud Integration – Connect, Tibco Cloud Mashery, Tibco Cloud Nimbus, Tibco Cloud Spotfire Web Client, and Tibco Cloud Starters Toolkit. “We empower enterprises with hybrid and multi-cloud approaches, using a fundamental cloud-native architecture that enables the … continue reading

premium 5 guiding principles to follow for modernizing the data center network

New technologies like 5G, AI, and IoT, are driving companies to reconsider the way their data centers are structured. But from the smallest companies all the way up to the largest cloud providers, we’ve seen that service uptime remains a challenge for even the largest and most sophisticated companies – some citing that an outage … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Akamai’s Edge Cloud, SignalFx’ funding, and Wipro partners with Moogsoft

Akamai has announced the release of Edge Cloud, which will streamline and secure the delivery of data to IoT devices. The solution was designed to meet the needs of organizations who are deploying billions of IoT endpoints, as well as to boost the power of in-app messaging, Akamai explained. “Akamai is investing to extend its … continue reading

Azure IoT Hub adds integration with over-the-air update manager

Microsoft announced a new integration with update manager Mender. Mender provides over-the-air (OTA) update management, while Azure IoT Hub provides capabilities for developers to build device management into IoT devices. The new integration will provide a single location for managing device registration. According to Mender, a challenge organizations often run into is building a firmware … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Cloudify 4.6, Pulumi Crosswalk, and Edgewise Networks’ one-click microsegmentation

Network orchestration provider Cloudify has announced the release of version 4.6. According to the company, this version is built around providing a module service composition. New features include scheduled and resumable workflows, an upgraded OpenStack plugin, a community plug-in contribution guide, and performance improvements. Pulumi Crosswalk now available Pulumi has announced a new framework that … continue reading

Report: Organizations are struggling to keep up with events in SIEM systems

Organizations seem to be struggling with keeping up with the events in their security incident and event management (SIEM) systems. According to Exabeam’s State of the SOC report, only five percent of respondents believe that they see 100 percent of events in their SIEM system. But that statistic should be taken with a grain of … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: OneLogin’s new security program, Domo and Zendesk partnership, and SSH.COM’s PrivX solution now free

OneLogin has announced a new security program to help organizations gain insights into their business applications. The new program includes Cloud Security Risk Workshops and Cloud Risk Assessment. According to OneLogin, these new tools will “help businesses measure and contextualize their cloud security needs.” “Assessments and Workshops are powerful tools that help companies quickly identify … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: IBM Cloud Virtual Private Cloud, Google Cloud responds to outage, and Postmates open sources Configurable Horizontal Pod Autoscaler

IBM has announced the general release of its Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). According to IBM, VPC allows customers to “manage virtual machine-based compute, storage, and networking resources in a private, secure space you define.” VPC provides the logic isolation and security offered by private clouds, while also providing the availability, cost-effectiveness, and scalability of the … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Instaclustr’s anomaly detection experiment

Detecting anomalies is crucial to the security of critical data, and Instaclustr just launched a new open-source project that will make it easier to detect those anomalies. The project was built out of a desire to see how far it could scale data-stack technologies like Apache Cassandra and Apache Kafka. It can be challenging to … continue reading

Kubernetes celebrates its fifth birthday, reflecting on its massive growth

The popular container orchestration tool Kubernetes is celebrating its fifth birthday today. It was first introduced by Google in June 2014, and it didn’t take long for others to see the potential of the tool. By August 2014, major companies such as Microsoft, Red Hat, IBM, Docker, and CoreOS had joined the Kubernetes community. “Kubernetes … continue reading

ITOps Times Blog: Edge computing will require massive changes in cloud infrastructure

Edge computing is still in its early days, but it will require massive changes in infrastructure before it will take off. Edge is another one of those terms that has many different definitions, especially at this early stage. But the most basic textbook definition of edge is one that encompasses the set of latency-sensitive applications, … continue reading

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