managing Windows 10 Enterprise virtual machines with Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Windows Virtual Desktop is now Azure Virtual Desktop

Microsoft has announced it is rebranding Windows Virtual Desktop to Azure Virtual Desktop and adding a number of new features in public preview. It is making the change in order to support evolving needs of hybrid and remote work. “To help our customers and partners meet these new hybrid work demands, we are expanding our … continue reading

Easegress architecture diagram

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Easegress

Easegress, formerly known as EaseGateway, is an open-source traffic orchestration system. Key benefits, according to the project’s GitHub page, include high availability, traffic orchestration, high performance, observability, extensibility, and integration.  Easegress was built around three principles:  It must be traffic-specific It aims to be an extensible-development platform It is designed to be cloud-native It is … continue reading

Zero Trust is crucial for secure remote work

Microsoft believes companies should be utilizing Zero Trust in order to keep their systems secure. Zero Trust is a security model in which a company always assumes there is a breach and provides the least privileged access necessary.  Remote work, and now hybrid work, have shown the need for employees to securely access applications from … continue reading

Lighthouse Enterprise dashboard

ITOps Times news digest: Opengear Lighthouse Enterprise: Automation Edition, Unisys acquires Unify Square, and Sumo Logic acquires Sensu

Opengear has announced the release of Lighthouse Enterprise: Automation Edition. Lighthouse Enterprise provides users with visibility and management capabilities across their networks. This new Automation Edition offers automation capabilities and secure provisioning. “We’re committed to offering industry-first, automation capabilities that provide customers with always-on access to their networks,” said David Fiore, senior software product manager … continue reading

Diagram of how StarlingX works

StarlingX 5.0 now available with edgeworker nodes

Open-source edge computing platform StarlingX has announced its 5.0 release. StarlingX combines technologies like Ceph, OpenStack, and Kubernetes to provide a software stack that gives everything enterprises need to deploy an edge cloud, according to the company. StarlingX 5.0 adds support for edgeworker nodes, which are usually deployed at or close to the edge device … continue reading

Navigating the complicated landscape of cloud storage

It goes without saying that 2020 was an unforgettable year. It was unforgettable in a different way for the major cloud service providers, all of which experienced an impressive surge in demand. Market leader AWS closed out 2020 with revenues of $45.3 billion, up nearly 30% year-over-year and more than $13.5 billion in annual operating … continue reading

Retrospect Backup 18

ITOps Times news digest: Retrospect Backup 18, Sumo Logic Cloud SIEM, and AlmaLinux 8.4

Retrospect Backup 18 and Retrospect Virtual 2021 are now available. Retrospect Backup 18 features new ransomware protections, an improved new first launch experience, better reporting, and cloud data protection across the major cloud providers. Retrospect Virtual 2021 adds faster backups, improved backup server performance, increased security, deeper data integrity, and broader platform support.   “Retrospect Backup … continue reading

infracost

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Infracost

Infracost is an open-source cloud cost estimator designed to help DevOps, SREs and developers estimate the cost of Infrastructure as Code projects.  It can be integrated into a CI/CD pipeline to see what impact a change to a business’ infrastructure can do. Infracost currently supports 100 AWS and Google resources, but the team has been … continue reading

New Relic FutureStack 2021 unveils updates to Kubernetes, error tracking and network observability

New Relic made a number of new announcements around making observability a data-driven approach and catching errors before they happen at its annual FutureStack 2021 conference this week.  As part of the conference, the company unveiled a brand new Kubernetes experience, powered by Auto-Telemetry with Pixie. Pixie is an open-source observability solution that the company … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Google Datastream, TIBCO Hyperconverged Analytics experience, and KubeSphere Container Platform 3.1

Google this week introduced Datastream, a serverless change data capture (CDC) and replication service that is now available in preview. Users can synchronize heterogeneous databases, storage systems and applications with minimal latency to support real-time analytics, database replication and event-driven architectures. It integrates with purpose-built and extensible Dataflow templates to pull the change streams written … continue reading

Google’s VM Manager gets new OS configuration management

Google is previewing new OS configuration management inside its VM Manager solution. VM Manager is a collection of infrastructure management tools designed to ease and automate the maintenance of large Compute Engine VM fleets. The company first introduced the solution at the beginning of this year.  “OS configuration management is an important way that administrators … continue reading

Splice Machine's Livewire dashboard

ITOps Times news digest: Splice Machine’s Livewire Pulsar, IOTech’s Edge Builder, and env0’s intelligent cloud cost automation

Splice Machine has announced the release of Livewire Pulsar, which is the latest version of its operational AI platform Livewire. Livewire Pulsar uses an updated Kubernetes architecture, which reduces costs, adds new AI features, and provides a simplified and updated user interface.  “Industrial enterprises have struggled to fully optimize their investments in AI. Our new … continue reading

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ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Harvester

Harvester is an open-source hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) solution developed by SUSE. The open-source solution provider for enterprise servers and cloud announced the beta release of the project at its SUSECON Digital 2021 conference earlier this week. The solution is built on Kubernetes and designed to deliver a new generation of HCI through virtual manage and … continue reading

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ITOps Times news digest: Wind River Studio updates, Linux Foundation’s WebAssembly course, Immuta raises $90 million in Series D

Wind River has added new security enhancements to Wind River Studio. New features in Wind River Titanium Linux include secure boot, anti-tamper protections, and simpler mandatory access control (MAC) policy creation.  The security controls also meet IoT guidelines like NIST initiatives, OWASP IoT security projects, IoT Security Foundation protocols, and guides from the European Union … continue reading

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