D2iQ releases Kommander

D2iQ releases Kommander for managing Kubernetes clusters

D2iQ has announced the release of Kommander. Kommander provides federated multi-cluster management and governance across clusters in on-premises or cloud Kubernetes distributions. According to the company, it provides unified life cycle management, observability, and configuration for Kubernetes clusters, enabling Day 2 operations. Kommander also gives developers the freedom to deploy new code into development, testing, … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Dell Technology On Demand, Aqua Security acquires CloudSploit, Trend Micro launches smart factor security solutions

Dell Technologies has announced Dell Technologies On Demand, which is a set of consumption-based and as-a-service offerings. In addition, the company is expanding its consumption portfolio to support Dell EMC PowerEdge servers and Dell EMC PowerOne autonomous infrastructure system. “The multi-cloud world is here and will only grow, which means customers need on-demand and consistent … continue reading

ServiceNow API integrates with Connect iPaaS

Platform as a service provider RoboMQ announced an integration with ServiceNow as an API connector. ServiceNow customers can now build and deploy integration workflows that streamline and automate business processes with other SaaS, cloud and enterprise applications using the available API connectors within Connect iPaaS. Connect iPaaS is a no-code API and data integration platform … continue reading

DXC Technology acquires IT transformation advisor Virtual Clarity

DXC Technology has announced that it is acquiring Virtual Clarity, which is a provider of IT-as-a-service transformation advisory services. This acquisition will also build on DXC’s acquisition of digital strategy company Luxoft earlier this year. According to DXC, this acquisition will strengthen the company’s ability to assess, design, and manage transformations to the cloud. “I … continue reading

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ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: OpenTitan

Google has just announced the release of a new open-source silicon root of trust (RoT) project, OpenTitan. According to Google, open sourcing the silicon chip design will help make it more transparent, trustworthy, and secure. The project is being managed by lowRISC CIC, a collaborative open silicon engineering organization, and supported by Google, ETH Zurich, … continue reading

ITOps news digest: Alluxio’s advanced cloud service integrations, Dynatrace’s cluster capacity, and Infoblox acquires SnapRoute

Cloud data orchestration software provider Alluxio announced new cloud offerings and integrations with its 2.1 version. In addition, the company will be strengthening partnerships with AWS and Google Cloud. “The rise of compute intensive workloads and the adoption of the cloud has driven organizations to adopt a decoupled architecture for modern workloads – one in … continue reading

IBM Maximo delivers essential insights for intelligent asset maintenance and operations

IBM Maximo Asset Monitor released to help companies reduce downtime and improve asset availability

IBM is giving maintenance and operations teams more insight into their physical assets. The company announced IBM Maximo Asset Monitor, an AI-powered monitoring solution that provides anomaly detection and enterprise-wide visibility into performance. “As critical assets become more connected, intelligent and complex, the model for operating and maintaining them must evolve. Organizations must move faster … continue reading

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Report: Containers and Kubernetes are key for modern IT strategies

The IT industry is rapidly adopting containers and Kubernetes to support their modern IT initiatives. A new report from Rancher Labs revealed 85% of respondents are running containers in production and 90% are using Kubernetes for container management and orchestration. The report is based off of responses from more than 1,000 tech users from small … continue reading

Untangle wants to bring network to edge with SD-WAN router and eSeries releases

Network security company Untangle announced that it is extending the network to the edge with the release of the Untangle SD-WAN Router and new eSeries appliances. The new Untangle SD-WAN Router allows users to to branch office networking to meet the needs of small offices with budget restrictions, the company explained. “Businesses are now commonly … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1, Logz.io releases Log Patterns, and VMware Tanzu

Red Hat has announced the latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Version 8.1 is the first minor release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8. The release enhances the manageability, security, and performance of the operating system. It also adds System Roles, which streamlines the process of setting up subsystems for handling specific functions like … continue reading

VMware's Pulse IoT Center's hands-on lab is now available

VMware tackles IoT gateway on-boarding and registration in the Pulse IoT Center

VMware is updating its Pulse IoT Center to help organizations accelerate their digital transformations and scale IoT deployments. The Pulse IoT Center provides a vendor-neutral edge management infrastructure platform that enables organizations to manage devices and apps on any cloud. Pulse IoT Center 2.0 was released in April, and these updates build upon that release. … continue reading

Container security: 5 current trends you can’t afford to ignore

Enterprise confidence in containers continues to accelerate – not just in terms of the number of businesses now running containerized applications, but also in how many of those deployments span the entire application lifecycle. A recent survey by Market Cube finds that 87% of IT professionals are utilizing containers, and 90% of those are using … continue reading

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ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Clonezilla

This week we are featuring the open-source project for disk imaging and cloning: Clonezilla. Similarly to True Image or Norton Ghost, Clonezilla deals with system deployment, bare metal backup and recover. Clonezilla is available in three different forms: Clonezilla live, which enables users to use CD/DVD or USB flash drives Clonezilla lite server, which enables … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Druva updates, Synopsys and AMD’s partnership, and Sysdig’s Falco + Fluent integration

Druva has announced an expansion to its platform that will help customers accelerate their journey to the cloud. The update includes support for Slack and Microsoft Teams, new advanced backup, recovery and global policy capabilities for AWS workloads, and integrations with ServiceNow, Splunk, and Okta. According to Druva, these latest updates will ensure greater control … continue reading

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