Wind River Extends Embedded Security and Linux Leadership with Acquisition of Star Lab

Wind River, a leader in delivering software for the intelligent edge, today announced its acquisition of Star Lab, a leader in cybersecurity for embedded systems. The acquisition broadens the comprehensive Wind River software portfolio with a system protection and anti-tamper toolset for Linux, a secure open source–based hypervisor, and a secure boot solution. Star Lab is … continue reading

2019 DevOps Pulse survey from Logz.io

Logz.io predicts 2020 will be the year more teams invest in observability

Observability is expected to play a big role among DevOps teams in 2020. Logz.io predicts we will see more investment in space, distributed tracing adoption, and tool consolidations throughout the year. The company released its 2019 DevOps Pulse report to see how teams have been approaching observability and what their plans are for the next … continue reading

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Dynatrace partners with Google and Microsoft on the OpenTelemetry project

Dynatrace has announced that it is partnering with Google and Microsoft on the OpenTelemetry project.  “Our goal is to ensure the ‘run the business’ software underpinning digital enterprises works perfectly, so we feel it’s important to contribute our expertise to this open source project to improve and advance observability in a broader manner,” said Alois … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: IBM Power Systems comes to Google Cloud, Instana announces CRI-O support, and Equinix acquires Packet

Google Cloud has announced users can now run IBM Power Systems as a service on its cloud. According to Google, IBM Power Systems is a crucial tool for organizations deploying a hybrid cloud strategy. The solution features the ability to support mission critical workloads, integrated billing in Google Cloud, private API access, integrated customer support, … continue reading

LogicMonitor acquires Unomaly

LogicMonitor acquires Unomaly for enhanced IT observability

LogicMonitor has announced it is acquiring the AIOps company Unomaly in the hopes of providing IT teams with better visibility into infrastructure issues and unexpected changes and events. Unomaly aims to bring a smarter approach to monitoring for all types of software systems. “Unomaly’s technology focuses on the automatic detection of log anomalies to support … continue reading

Report: Microsoft Azure is more popular than AWS among large enterprises

AWS is leading the market in terms of total revenue, but a recent Goldman Sachs survey has revealed that Microsoft is the most popular supplier of cloud services, especially among large enterprises. Goldman Sachs surveyed 100 IT executives at Global 2000 companies, and 56 executives claimed to have been using Microsoft Azure for cloud infrastructure … continue reading

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ITOps Times Open Source Project of the Week: Falco

Earlier this week Sysdig announced that its open-source container runtime security tool Falco would be joining the CNCF Incubator. The project first entered the CNCF as a Sandbox Project in October 2018. To-date, it is the only runtime security technology at the CNCF. According to Sysdig, the tool detects and alerts when there is unexpected … continue reading

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Microsoft to end support for Windows 7 this month

Microsoft has announced it will no longer provide free security updates, patches or technical support for Windows 7 after January 14th. Additionally, Microsoft will be retiring free support for Office 365 ProPlus on Windows 7, and the next Adobe Creative Cloud update will not support older versions of Windows. More than 38% of users and … continue reading

ITOps news digest: Nintex University, TDK releases SmartSense, and Insight Partners acquire Veeam

Nintex has announced a new program for training and certifying IT Ops professionals. The Nintex University will cover both business and technical roles, and help implement the Nintex Process Platform and speed up enterprise-wide digital transformation. Participants will get training and earn certifications through a variety of formats such as on-demand courses, real-time programs and … continue reading

Cloudflare focuses on making the Internet faster and safer for enterprises

Cloudflare wants to help build a better Internet with the announcement of Cloudflare for Teams. The new solution is a set of services designed to secure enterprises and employees without sacrificing performance. “With the rise of SaaS, cloud, and an increasingly mobile workforce, existing security solutions don’t work for modern-day employees or their employers,” said … continue reading

Compuware aims to modernize the mainframe with new features and partnerships

Mainframe DevOps provider Compuware announced a new partnership with CloudBees as well as updates to its Topaz tool. According to the company, the new announcements will help users modernize their existing mainframe resources with low risk and low cost. The CloudBees Technical Alliance Partner Program (TAPP) Premier Partnership is a unified program for independent software … continue reading

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Wi-Fi Alliance plans ahead for 6 GHz band

The Wi-Fi Alliance is preparing for the release of 6 GHz band. The alliance has announced the terminology Wi-Fi 6E will be used to distinguish Wi-Fi 6 devices capable of 6 GHz operation. Wi-Fi 6E will include devices that offer features and capabilities of Wi-Fi 6 and extend into the 6 GHz band. The alliance … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Cumulus Networks partners with HPE, Insight acquires Armis, and XebiaLabs DevOps Platform 9.5

Cumulus Networks has announced a new partnership with HPE to bring highly automated and scalable storage networking solution to data centers. HPE’s StoreFabric M-Series Ethernet Switches will now run Cumulus Linux and NetQ. According to Cumulus Networks, this partnership will provide customers with a predictable, scalable, and reliable networking fabric. “Many modern data centers feature … continue reading

Industrial Internet Consortium joins forces with the Trusted IoT Alliance

The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) announced that it is partnering with the Trusted IoT Alliance (TIoTA) to drive industry collaboration and research for trusted IoT systems such as blockchain and related distributed ledger technologies (DLT).   “This consolidation will strengthen the ability of the IIC to provide guidance and advance best practices on the uses of … continue reading

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