Topic: api

Verizon announces new APIs for accessing its 5G network capabilities

Verizon has announced new APIs that allow developers to access its network services and capabilities. It hopes that by releasing these APIs, it can showcase the potential of its 5G network.  The APIs will enable developers to utilize capabilities like network authentication security, SIM and device management, network traffic prediction, quality management, and edge site … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Karmada

Karmada is a Kubernetes management system that enables users to run their cloud-native applications across multiple Kubernetes clusters and clouds, with no changes to their applications.  By using Kubernetes-native APIs and providing advanced scheduling capabilities, Karmada enables open, multi-cloud Kubernetes. Karmada seeks to offer seamless automation for managing applications across multiple clusters in diverse cloud … continue reading

Nokia Bell Labs’ AI solution uses text prompts to manage networks

Nokia has introduced the “Natural-Language Networking” AI solution that uses natural language processing and AI/ML models to interpret text or speech requests and then automatically allocate the correct network resources.  These networks will understand the intentions of users and have the intelligence to act upon them autonomously, according to Nokia in a post.  “Operators won’t … continue reading

IBM NS1 Connect enables companies to harness the power of DNS

IBM is introducing an innovative solution called IBM NS1 Connect, set to launch on October 17, 2023. This solution harnesses the power of DNS to provide fast and reliable connectivity for applications and websites globally.  It offers agile connectivity deployment in distributed application environments, and aims to enhance customer experiences, boost revenue, reduce customer churn, … continue reading

WSO2 API Platform for Kubernetes launched to speed up the delivery of cloud native apps

WSO2 has introduced a solution called WSO2 API Platform for Kubernetes (WSO2 APK) to address the challenges associated with manually configuring traditional API management solutions within Kubernetes. WSO2 APK is a comprehensive API management solution purposefully designed to harness Kubernetes’ inherent strengths. It adheres to the Kubernetes Gateway API specification and seamlessly integrates with Kubernetes … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Dagger

Dagger is a programmable CI/CD engine that runs pipelines in containers. The solution executes pipelines entirely as standard OCI containers.  The solution is a good fit for developers wishing their CI pipelines were code instead of YAML, DevOps teams, platform engineers running custom tooling, and cloud-native developer advocates or solution engineers.  The running of executing … continue reading

Flux v2 is now generally available

Flux v2.0.0 brings several enhancements to its functionality. Firstly, the GitOps-related APIs have been upgraded to v1. Also, Flux controllers now have the ability to scale horizontally and support sharding.  The Flux CLI and Flux Terraform Provider now offer stable and production-ready Git bootstrap capabilities, streamlining the process of setting up Git repositories for Flux … continue reading

ITOps Open-Source Project of the Week: Spacedrive

Spacedrive is an open-source cross-platform file explorer, powered by a virtual distributed file system written in Rust. Spacedrive allows users to organize files from multiple devices in a single location. It merges the storage capacity and processing power of various devices, from cloud services to offline hard drives, into a personal distributed cloud that is … continue reading

Amazon VPC Lattice aims to improve how we manage distributed applications

Amazon announced the general availability of Amazon VPC Lattice, a fully managed networking solution that simplifies the connectivity, security, and monitoring between microservices in a distributed application.  The solution enables users to define their application’s network topology in terms of logical groups of services and provides automated network configuration, security policy enforcement, and traffic routing.  … continue reading

Groundcover launches new tool for creating visual network maps of services

Groundcover launched Caretta, an open-source tool that enables teams to create a visual network map of services running in their cluster.  The technology uses eBPF (extended Berkeley Packet Filter), which is used for tracing and monitoring activities within the Linux kernel. EBPF is a virtual machine that can be used to execute kernel-level programs, and … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Clusterpedia

Clusterpedia is an encyclopedia of Kubernetes clusters that can help users synchronize, search for, and control multi-cluster resources. The inspiration behind its name is Wikipedia, according to the developers behind the project on GitHub.  It is a CNCF sandbox project that includes support for complex searches, filters, sorting, paging, and more. Clusterpedia also offers support … continue reading

Linkerd 2.12 now available

The team at Linkerd, the service mesh for Kubernetes, today announced the release of Linkerd 2.12. With this, route-based policy is introduced to Linkerd, enabling users to define and enforce authorization policies based on HTTP routes in a zero-trust way. These policies are built on top of Linkerd’s workload identities, which are secured by mutual … continue reading

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