Topic: kubernetes

Cloud 66 adds new features to its container delivery pipeline

Operations tools provider Cloud 66 is providing a number of new features to its container delivery pipeline, Skycap. The features include Formations, Stencils, and an open-source project named Copper. “With the advance of microservices, containers and the surge of APIs, developers and operations teams appreciate a self-service toolchain that operations curate, and developers can run … continue reading

Kontena Pharos reaches 1.0 with a mix of security, modularity and the power of Kubernetes

Kontena has released version 1.0 of its certified Kubernetes distribution, Kontena Pharos. According to the company, it delivers a robust foundation at scale and provides a perfect mix of simplicity, security, and modularity. “We are heavily focusing on making Kubernetes safe for any environment. For example, we are blocking unauthenticated ports, using TLS authentication wherever … continue reading

DigitalOcean announces new Kubernetes deployment solution

DigitalOcean wants to provide an easier way to run containerized applications in the cloud with the introduction of DigitalOcean Kubernetes. The new solution is designed for developers and businesses looking for an easier way to deploy and manage container workloads. “Over the last year, Kubernetes has emerged as the container orchestration platform of choice, and … continue reading

Kublr Empowers Advanced Kubernetes Users with Flexible Cluster Configuration Capabilities

Kublr, a comprehensive Kubernetes platform for the enterprise, unveiled today at KubeCon 2018 its advanced cluster configuration capability designed to provide customers with the flexibility to create Kubernetes clusters that meet specific use cases. The advanced cluster configuration capability is included in Kublr v1.9, with full Kubernetes v1.9 and above support, and being showcased at KubeCon 2018 in Copenhagen, … continue reading

CoreOS aims to break the barrier to entry for Kubernetes apps with the Operator Framework

CoreOS, which is now a part of Red Hat, has announced the Operator Framework, a new open-source toolkit for managing Kubernetes native applications “in a more effective, automated, and scalable way.” According to the company, an Operator is a method for packaging, deploying, and managing Kubernetes applications. Operators take human operational knowledge and translate it … continue reading

Cisco Sets New Standard for Production-Grade Kubernetes, Enabling Enterprises to Deliver Innovation Faster with AppDynamics and Cisco CloudCenter

Cisco announced Kubernetes support for AppDynamics and  Cisco CloudCenter, enabling enterprises to quickly and confidently adopt Kubernetes in production, and create and modernize their applications for the multicloud era. Now, enterprises can easily harness the value of Kubernetes to help deliver experiences that exceed their customers’ expectations for scale, sophistication, and velocity. Companies are rapidly adopting containers on the … continue reading

Heptio Gimbal provides a robust load balancing platform built on Kubernetes

Heptio has announced the open source initiative Heptio Gimbal, which is a load balancer built on Kubernetes. Heptio Gimbal enables the unification and merging of Internet traffic into hybrid cloud environments. The project was created as a joint effort between Heptio and Actapio, a subsidiary of Yahoo Japan, as a way to modernize Yahoo Japan’s … continue reading

Docker announces major update to its enterprise-ready container platform

Docker wants to advance container management and security with the release of Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) 2.0. Docker EE is an enterprise-ready container platform designed to manage and secure apps on Kubernetes. It provides multi-Linux, multi-OS and multi-cloud support. “As a complete platform that integrates and scales with your organization, Docker EE 2.0 gives you … continue reading

NeuVector 2.0 automates Kubernetes security incident detection and response

NeuVector, the leader in Kubernetes security delivering the first and only multi-vector container firewall, today announced NeuVector 2.0. The enhanced security solution further protects Kubernetes environments by building on the unique NeuVector run-time security automation, which combines east-west traffic visibility with container process monitoring and vulnerability scanning. NeuVector 2.0 adds important new capabilities that include a Kubernetes … continue reading

Tufin announces security automation for containers and microservices

Tufin, the market-leading provider of Network Security Policy Orchestration solutions, today announced its latest product offering, Tufin Orca, a cloud-based solution that enables users to extend Tufin’s policy-based approach to secure containers and microservices. Tufin Orca is available through an early access program that is now open. The solution integrates with DevOps teams’ CI/CD tools to scan for … continue reading

Container security pioneer StackRox secures $25 Million in series B funding

StackRox, the leader in security for containerized cloud-native applications, announced today that it has secured $25 million in Series B funding. This funding round is being led by Redpoint Ventures and includes follow-on investments from Sequoia Capital and Amplify Partners. StackRox delivers the industry’s only solution that offers continuous detection for applications running on container technologies, including Docker and Kubernetes. … continue reading

JFrog brings Kubernetes registry to Amazon Web Services Marketplace

JFrog has announced it is bringing a Kubernetes registry with Helm, Docker, npm and universal repository to the Amazon Web Services Marketplace. According to the company, this is the first Kubernetes Registry available on AWS. The registry is available through JFrog Artifactory Cloud solution. Artifactory Cloud is a secure private Docker Registry for hosting local … continue reading

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