Topic: kubernetes

Problems and solutions of monitoring your Kubernetes Operators

For me, the most important thing monitoring can provide is the ability to see what is happening inside your clusters–be it the state of the workload, or the status of the applications–is significant and should not be a day two concern. Good information on your clusters allows you to react quickly to misconfigured deployed applications, … continue reading

KubeCon: State of the Kubernetes Union

Accountability and transparency are crucial to open-source projects. On Thursday at KubeCon, six of the seven Kubernetes Steering Committee members held an open discussion with constituents to discuss goals, challenges, and other pressing issues in Kubernetes.  Members present included Davanum Srinivas, Timothy St. Clair, Paris Pittman, Derek Carr, Christoph Blecker, and Nikhite Raghunath. Aaron Crickenberger … continue reading

ITOps Open-Source Project of the Week: Argo Flux

A new open-source GitOps continuous delivery project was announced at this week’s KubeCon in San Diego. Argo Flux was built in collaboration with Intuit, AWS and Weave Works. The project builds off of the GitOps CD tool for Kubernetes Argo CD, and the CNCF’s sandbox project Flux, a GitOps operator for Kubernetes. The goal of … continue reading

KubeCon: Securing Kubernetes with STRIDE

When you’re architecting your infrastructure around Kubernetes, you need to make sure you’re securing it properly. In a talk at this week’s KubeCon in San Diego, Pushkar Joglekar, security engineer at Visa, explained some of the best practices for securing Kubernetes.  At Visa, the payment workflow boils down to: “Do it fast and with a … continue reading

Kubernetes and Minecraft: What do they have in common?

Kubernetes is only five years old, which means that while it has already gained immense adoption in the enterprise, there are still those who are beginning to learn about it. This week’s annual KubeCon in San Diego is a great place for people to do just that. Dan Kohn, executive director of the Cloud Native … continue reading

KubeCon Day 2: Oracle’s new cloud-native solutions, Rancher Labs’ K3s, and Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces

The second day of KubeCon is underway, and companies are still announcing new products or updates to existing solutions. Here are some announcements that we made today: Oracle announces new cloud-native solutions  Oracle has announced a number of new solutions and updates. It announced that on December 3, Apache Kafka will be compatible with Oracle … continue reading

ITOps news digest: Kublr 2.0 private preview, Datadog supports AWS CloudFormation Registry and CLI, and Codefresh’s new open source fund

Kublr Enterprise Platform 2.0  Private Preview is now available. The updated platform is meant to improve multi-site orchestration and help customers jumpstart Kubernetes journeys.  “Our mission is to ease cloud native adoption for enterprises with heterogeneous environments and strict security and governance requirements,” explained Slava Koltovich, Kublr CEO. “Kublr’s multi-site orchestration ability, Kublr Cloud, and … continue reading

KubeCon Day 1: Gremlin’s chaos engineering solution, TrilioVault for Kubernetes, and HPE Container Platform

KubeCon kicked off this morning in San Diego, bringing together adopters and technologists from the open source and cloud-native community. A number of companies are at the event, making announcements for their Kubernetes solutions. Here are today’s highlights: Gremlin brings chaos engineering to Kubernetes Gremlin has announced Kubernetes support for its Chaos Engineering platform. It … continue reading

Report: Kubernetes now used by 45% of companies running containers

The container orchestration tool Kubernetes is continuing its steady gain in popularity. A new report found Kubernetes is now used by 45% of companies that are running containers. In addition, the report found there has been a 10-point gain in Kubernetes use over the past 12 months and a 20-point gain over the past 24 … continue reading

Canonical introduces high-availability clustering for MicroK8s

Canonical has announced that it will now provide high-availability clustering in MicroK8s. It also announced the integration of enterprise SQL databases in Charmed Kubernetes. “The rapid rise of enterprise and edge Kubernetes creates a challenge for corporate IT, with thousands of edge nodes running Kubernetes, and hundreds of cloud Kubernetes clusters,” said Stephan Fabel, director … continue reading

ITOps news digest: Fairwinds Insights, RedisInsight, and StackRox Kubernetes security platform 3.0

Fairwinds new SaaS platform is launching a free public beta program. Fairwinds Insight is an open-source project for DevOps teams managing multiple Kubernetes clusters. The project is designed to give teams insight into any potential problems. According to the company, it can reduce the time it takes to research, learn and deploy Kubernetes auditing tools; … continue reading

Sysdig Secure 3.0 provides Kubernetes-native threat prevention

Sysdig announced version 3.0 of Sysdig Secure, its tool that provides enterprises with threat prevention at runtime using Kubernetes-native pod security policies (PSPs). The new release introduces three new key features:   Kubernetes Policy Advisor: which auto-generates PSPs to decrease the time spent configuring security, enabling teams to adjust misconfigurations before shifting to production. Falco … continue reading

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