Topic: bare metal


ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Tinkerbell

Tinkerbell is a tool that enables users to provision and manage bare metal. It helps standardize infrastructure and application management using the API-centric configuration and automation approach that was pioneered by the Kubernetes community.  It is made up of four major components:  a DHCP server called Boots,  a metadata service called Hegel,  an in-memory operating … continue reading

DataStax Enterprise 6.8 released with bare-metal performance enhancements

DataStax has announced the latest release of DataStax Enterprise. According to the company, version 6.8 is the most powerful version to date. New features include advanced bare-metal performance, support for more workloads and improved experience for working with Kubernetes.  “DataStax Enterprise 6.8 has made significant advancements in performance, ops management, and Cassandra workloads, but most … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: IBM Power Systems comes to Google Cloud, Instana announces CRI-O support, and Equinix acquires Packet

Google Cloud has announced users can now run IBM Power Systems as a service on its cloud. According to Google, IBM Power Systems is a crucial tool for organizations deploying a hybrid cloud strategy. The solution features the ability to support mission critical workloads, integrated billing in Google Cloud, private API access, integrated customer support, … continue reading

OpenStack Rocky release comes with bare metal improvements

OpenStack announced the 18th release of its open-source cloud infrastructure software this week. While Rocky provides a number of new enhancements, the top two new improvements include to Ironic and Fast Forward Updates. Ironic is the software’s bare metal provisioning service. The latest release adds new management and automation catepbitlies to bare metal infrastructure and … 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 Protection Status

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