ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Helm Dashboards

Komodor launched the open-source project Helm Dashboard which provides the missing GUI for Helm.  The open-source project runs locally and opens in the browser so that developers can visualize which Helm deployments failed and where the root cause was. Developers can explore how a Helm Chart changed over time, rollback to a prior version, or … continue reading

Networking problems after installing Kubernetes 1.25? Here’s why and how to fix it

Some users may be experiencing networking problems after installing Kubernetes 1.25.  In an effort to help users that are experiencing trouble, the cloud-native company Mirantis has published a blog post on how to resolve the issue. According to Mirantis, the issue likely arises when there is a conflict between your version of iptables and the … continue reading

KubeCon 2022: Traefik Hub, Mezmo’s Observability Pipeline, and more

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022 continues in Detroit, Michigan. Here are some more highlights from the event.  Traefik Hub is now available The hub is a cloud service that enables networking best practices and reduces the complexity of managing Kubernetes and Docker networking.  It provides a gateway to services running in those environments. Customers … continue reading

Commvault announces expanded protection for Kubernetes workloads

The data-management company Commvault recently announced that it has expanded protection for Kubernetes workloads. This includes automated management, replication, migration, and security enhancements, across the entire portfolio. According to the company, these new features are intended to offer customers simple management and enterprise-grade protection for hybrid, multi-cloud environments. “Using Commvault’s single platform, we are able … continue reading

Tetrate announces new Istio training course with CNCF

Tetrate, the creator of Tetrate Service Bridge (TSB) to help with service mesh adoption, announced that it developed a new official training course for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). The new course teaches how to monitor, connect, and secure microservices using Istio and is designed for anyone who wants to build on their knowledge … continue reading

KubeCon 2022: Kasten releases K10 V5.5, Grafana Labs announces Kubernetes monitoring solution, and Red Hat introduced Red Hat Device Edge

More exciting new releases and product updates were revealed today as KubeCon 2022 continues.  Kasten releases K10 V5.5 Kasten, the Kubernetes backup and disaster recovery company, today unveiled the new Kasten by Veeam K10 V5.5 Kubernetes data management platform. This release is intended to bridge the skills gap among operations teams by introducing several new … continue reading

Dell expands zero trust offerings with identity and endpoint protection

Dell announced new services for Microsoft products that focus on zero trust, including Identity and Endpoint Protection with Microsoft Zero Trust.  The new capability aims to help companies achieve zero trust alignment by providing expert guidance, implementation services, adoption and change management strategies.  It provides assessments of Active Directory and Azure Active Directory and offers … continue reading

How Multi-Layer Networking De-Risks Your Cloud Migration

As the cloud native ecosystem continues to evolve, the need to take advantage of Kubernetes and public cloud technologies only grows. While younger organizations born in the cloud-era likely have robust microservices strategies running in the public cloud, mature organizations must deal with the complexity of legacy applications and on-premises architectures. A hybrid cloud approach … continue reading

ITOps Open-Source Project of the Week: cert-manager

Cert-manager, an open-source Kubernetes add-on that can automate the management and issuance of TLS certificates from various issuing sources, has become a CNCF incubating project.  The project can ensure that certificates are up-to-date and can renew certificates before expiration to run highly secure, encrypted data communications using TLS.  “cert-manager is probably one of the first … continue reading

Solo.io announces Gloo Platform for cloud-native networking

Solo.io announced its fully integrated cloud-native application networking platform Gloo. The solution includes an API gateway, service mesh, security, and cloud-native networking component, powered by Istio, Envoy, and Cilium.  The launch comes as a response to the various operational changes that companies have to undergo when dealing with microservices, providing instead a way to integrate … continue reading

Sysdig releases new tool for monitoring Kubernetes costs

Cloud security company Sysdig has announced the release of Cost Advisor, which is a tool that Kubernetes operators can use to cut their Kubernetes-related costs.  This is timely, as the Cloud Native Computing Foundation released its FinOps for Kubernetes survey, where 68% of survey respondents said their Kubernetes costs were rising, and 69% said they … continue reading

Meta announces new AI hardware platform at OCP Summit

At the Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit, Meta announced its contribution of a new platform for AI at scale called Grand Teton to the OCP community.  “Today, some of the greatest challenges our industry is facing at scale are around AI. How can we continue to facilitate and run the models that drive the experiences … continue reading

Jellyfish DevFinOps allows companies to audit their R&D costs

The engineering management company Jellyfish has announced a new tool to help companies better track the costs associated with R&D efforts. According to the company, companies that are building digital experiences can treat software development costs as capitalizable investments and depreciable assets, and can be used to provide tax advantages, increased profitability, and attract investor … continue reading

Exabeam launches New-Scale SIEM to help companies address security concerns

Security company Exabeam has announced the launch of New-Scale SIEM, which is a new ecosystem of products for finding and dealing with security threats.  New-Scale SIEM combines log management, behavioral analytics, and automated investigations. “Security operations teams have faced difficulty defending against complex threats and evolving adversarial behavior because technology innovation has not kept up … continue reading

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