Topic: kubernetes

Mirantis Secure Registry 3.0 can be used alongside any Kubernetes distribution

Mirantis has announced the release of Mirantis Secure Registry 3.0, which now can be used with any Kubernetes distribution. Previously, it could only be deployed by Mirantis Kubernetes Engine.  The platform provides a secure software supply chain that companies can use to store, share, and manage images in a private container registry.  With the latest … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Submariner

Submariner is a tool for networking between Pods and Services in Kubernetes clusters.  According to the project’s website, as teams continue to adopt Kubernetes, they are discovering that they need to deploy and manage multiple clusters in order to enable capabilities like geo-redundancy, scale, and fault isolation. Submariner was created so that companies could have … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Harvester

Harvester, created by SUSE, is an open source modern hyperconverged infrastructure solution that is built on a variety of cloud native solutions, such as Kubernetes, Longhorn and Kubevirt. This week, it was made production-ready and generally available for customers and the open-source community.  Harvester’s latest integration with SUSE Rancher now allows IT operators to access, … continue reading

Kubernetes 1.23 introduces general availability of IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack networking

The latest version of Kubernetes is now available. Kubernetes 1.23 includes 47 enhancements, 11 of which are stable, 17 of which are in beta, and 19 of which are in alpha. In addition, the release team deprecated a feature in this release.  The deprecated feature is FlexVolume, which was used to write volumes into Kubernetes. … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Istio

Istio is an open source service mesh that simplifies observability, traffic management, security, and policy. It extends Kubernetes to establish a programmable, application-aware network using the Envoy service proxy.  Istio 1.12 was recently launched with an improved experience with WebAssembly that allows users to dynamically load custom-built extensions at runtime through an API. The latest … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Goldpinger

Goldpinger is a networking monitoring tool for Kubernetes that works by making calls between its instances. It runs as a DaemonSet on Kubernetes, which is used to manage groups of replicated pods on Kubernetes. It produces Prometheus metrics that can be scraped, visualised and alerted on. “We built Goldpinger to troubleshoot, visualise and alert on … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Checkov

Checkov is a static code analysis tool for infrastructure-as-code that scans cloud infrastructure provisioned using Terraform, Terraform plan, Cloudformation, Kubernetes, Dockerfile, Serverless, or ARM Templates. It detects security and compliance misconfigurations using graph-based scanning.  The open-source project also powers Bridgecrew, which is platform for codifying and streamlining cloud security throughout the development life cycle. Checkov … continue reading

3 big things to consider with Kubernetes, Kafka, and Elasticsearch on 1,000 nodes

Kubernetes has become the de facto approach to container microservices. It offers extensibility, stability, and insight that doesn’t exist in other open source solutions. It has become a staple in the DevOps toolchain and it shows no signs of slowing down. When companies wish to run Kafka or Elasticsearch, Kubernetes has become the go-to option. … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Kubecost

Kubecost provides real-time cost visibility and insights for teams using Kubernetes and helps them continuously reduce their cloud costs. Users can breakdown costs by any Kubernetes concept, including deployment, service, namespace label, and more. Users can join Kubernetes costs with any external cloud services or infrastructure spend to have a complete picture. Kubecost also offers … continue reading

Nirmata releases policy management solution to ensure compliance of Kubernetes workloads

Policy-based security and automation company Nirmata has announced the release of its Cloud Native Policy Management solution, which helps teams ensure security, compliance, and readiness of Kubernetes workloads. According to Nirmata, automating the creation, deployment, and management of policy-based guardrails allows customers to get insights, alerts, and reports. It also allows for better collaboration across … continue reading

A People’s History of Kubernetes

The 30th anniversary of Linux gives us a chance to reflect on the evolution of open source and how it has transformed the corporate landscape of technology-makers.  While open-source software was originally seen as a democratization of technology and a threat to traditional corporations, disruptive startups and tech giants who have adapted successfully have found … continue reading

Rookout introduces new Kubernetes debugging capabilities

Observability platform Rookout has announced the release of new debugging capabilities for Kubernetes.  According to Rookout, debugging complex, cloud-native applications can be difficult even for experienced engineers due to their distributed nature.  Rookout has attempted to solve this by creating a new UI that groups cloud resources by namespace, pod, and cluster, and highlighting components … continue reading

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