Topic: kubernetes

Kontena introduces certified Kubernetes distribution

Containers and microservices platform provider Kontena has announced a new certified Kubernetes distribution called Pharos. Pharos was designed to help “leapfrog” Kubernetes to a production ready technology. According to the company, Kubernetes has quickly become the de facto standard for container orchestration, but it still has its issues. “We feel we nailed down the developer … continue reading

Kubernetes 1.10 now available

Following its graduation from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), the CNCF has announced the release of Kubernetes 1.10. The release focuses on three areas: storage, security and networking. “As the Kubernetes community has grown, our release process represents an amazing demonstration of collaboration in open source software development. Kubernetes continues to gain new users at a … continue reading

FD.io brings improvements to Kubernetes networking with sixth release

 FD.io (“Fido”) –  An open source project within The Linux Foundation – relentlessly focused on data speed and efficiency supporting the creation of high-performance, flexible, and scalable cloud native infrastructures, today announced the availability of its 18.01 software release. Focused on enhancements to improve Kubernetes Networking, Istio, and cloud native network functions virtualization (NFV), 18.01 is FD.io’s sixth software release. … continue reading

Expanded Prometheus support coming to Sysdig Monitor

Container monitoring solution provider Sysdig announced expanded support for the open-source Prometheus monitoring system in their flagship Sysdig Monitor software. Announced late last month, Sysdig will be introducing support subscriptions for users’ self-hosted Prometheus environments, giving users direct assistance with managing the performance measuring and monitoring platform. “Overall, our philosophy is to be open by … continue reading

IBM releases Kubernetes on bare metal nodes

IBM is widening the potential of Kubernetes for its developers by allowing them to create and run complex workloads with managed Kubernetes on bare metal cloud infrastructure. According to the company, this will also help provide agility and flexibility to data, apps and workloads with high computing performance. “This gives developers greater control over where … continue reading

Kubernetes becomes the first CNCF project to graduate

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has announced that Kubernetes has moved from incubation to graduate. For this to happen, projects have to demonstrate a thriving adoption, documentation, structured governance process, and a commitment to community success and inclusivity. According to the foundation, this is the first open-source project to graduate. “Kubernetes led to the … continue reading

Kublr launches self-service control plane for Kubernetes deployments

Kublr has announced the latest version of its Kubernetes platform. Kublr 1.8 now features a self-service control plane for enabling Kubernetes deployment and management. It allows organizations to deploy Kubernetes at scale right out-of-the-box without needing extensive Kubernetes expertise on hand. “There has been an increasing demand for faster application deployment and delivery leading to … continue reading

VMware announces Kubernetes-based container service

Pivotal and VMware have announced the general availability of its Kubernetes-based container service Pivotal Container Service (PKS). The two companies along with Google Cloud announced it would be collaborating on PKS at a VMware conference in August. The initial version was released late last year. “As you evaluate your enterprise software portfolio, you’re going to have app … continue reading

Google’s TPUs and GPUs now available in beta

Google announced that Cloud TPUs and GPU support for Google Kubernetes Engine are now in beta as part of a series of updates for the Google Cloud Platform. The Google-designed Cloud TPUs, built on four custom ASICs and with “up to 180 teraflops of floating-point performance and 64 GB of high-bandwidth memory onto a single … continue reading

Portworx announces new open source storage orchestration solution for DevOps teams

Portworx has announced the release of STORK, its new open-source Storage Orchestration Runtime for Kubernetes solution. STORK was developed in collaboration with customers running large-scale stateful applications in production who were looking to address operational issues. “We listened carefully to our enterprise customers and built STORK to solve critical efficiency limitations that enterprises running stateful applications … continue reading

Open-Source Cloudify Delivers Multi-Stack Interoperability for Kubernetes & Robust Security, Bridging the Gap Between Application & Network Virtualization

Orchestration, a market estimated to grow to US$14 billion by 2021, is emerging as a preferred path to cloud management for service providers and enterprises looking for self-service application and network provisioning and optimal resource utilization and control. The latest version of the open-source Cloudify orchestration software makes big strides toward giving both major user groups—service providers and … continue reading

KubeCon: CoreOS Tectonic, open source Kubernetes Tools from Oracle, Kasten, and more

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation kicked off their KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America conference, dedicated to Kubernetes and cloud native technologies, in Austin, Texas today with the announcement of 31 new members, including AppsCode, CA, Datadog, Grafana Labs, InfluxData, HPE and Kasten. “KubeCon + CloudNativeCon is the polestar for practitioners of Kubernetes and other cloud … continue reading

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