Topic: container

JFrog announces JFrog Connect for managing IoT devices

JFrog today announced Connect, a solution designed to help developers update, manage, monitor, and secure remote Linux and IoT devices at scale that is a fully integrated part of the JFrog Platform.  Organizations can fully automate DevSecOps activities across hundreds of thousands of devices using a consistent operational model and intuitive user interface across cloud, … continue reading

Solo.io expands Gloo Mesh with Cilium integration

Solo.io announced the integration of Cilium networking into its Gloo Mesh platform to provide a complete application-networking solution for companies’ cloud-native digital transformation efforts.  Now, the product portfolio unites Cilium, the open-source container-networking solution, with the service mesh Istio. “We know most companies have a wide range of applications that require different networking layers, services, … continue reading

VMware announces new container runtime security capabilities

VMware unveiled new container runtime security capabilities to provide end-to-end security for cloud-native applications. The new capabilities aim to target the security challenges of containerized applications including how to allow only legitimate traffic in and how to enable least-privileged communications between services and defend against the lateral movement of attackers, according to the company.  “Protecting … continue reading

Rancher Desktop 1.0.0 is now generally available

Rancher Desktop 1.0.0, the open-source app for desktop Kubernetes and container management on Mac, Windows and Linux is now available from SUSE, which acquired Rancher in 2020. Rancher Desktop provides Kubernetes, using the k3s distribution at the version of a user’s choice, which enables users to set up a local Kubernetes environment using the same … continue reading

Report: Security practitioners are overconfident regarding runtime security

The default security capabilities of containers are being overestimated by those working with them. In a survey conducted by Aqua Security, only three percent of respondents recognized that a container by itself is not a security boundary. “The results of the survey showcase a staggering knowledge gap that leads to an underinvestment in a critical … continue reading

Red Hat software now available on IBM Power Systems

IBM announced the availability of Red Hat software on IBM Power Systems and new IBM Power Systems hardware. Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Power Virtual Server leverages OpenShift’s bare metal installer, Red Hat Runtimes, and newly certified Red Hat Ansible Content Collections. Also, the new IBM Private Cloud Rack Solution provides clients with an optimized, … continue reading

Rapid7 acquires Kubernetes security provider Alcide

Rapid7 acquired the Kubernetes provider Alcide to help its customers rapidly adopt and secure cloud environments.  Alcide provides Kubernetes security fully integrated into the DevOps lifecycle and processes so that business applications can be rapidly deployed while also protecting cloud environments from malicious attacks, according to Brian Johnson, the SVP of Cloud Security Practice at … continue reading

Sysdig Container Security report

Report: Container security is shifting left

A recent survey has revealed that container security is shifting left with 74% of organizations scanning container images during the build process. Unfortunately, the report also revealed that the majority of container images are overly permissive. According to Sysdig’s fourth annual Sysdig Container Security and Usage report, 58% of containers analyzed were running as a … continue reading

StorageOS V2.0 launched to run stateful workloads with Kubernetes at scale

StorageOS announced V2.0 of its software-defined, persistent storage for Kubernetes. Now, by deploying a StorageOS container, enterprises can run stateful workloads with Kubernetes in production at scale.  “Trends in the cloud-native market have shown that users want to run hyper-converged and/or multiple-cluster Kubernetes environments with the underlying storage to support cloud-native workflows and stateful applications,” … continue reading

Report: Container and Kubernetes security concerns are inhibiting business innovation

The latest edition of the State of Container and Kubernetes Security Report finds that 44% of respondents have delayed deploying cloud-native applications because of security concerns, delaying the deployment of cloud-native applications into production. StackRox surveyed more than 540 IT professionals for this third version of its industry-first report. Roughly 25 percent of respondents serve … continue reading

CoreOS Container Linux

CoreOS Container Linux will reach end-of-life on May 26

CoreOS Container Linux will reach its end-of-life on May 26, 2020 and will no longer receive updates. Fedora CoreOS is the official successor to CoreOS Container Linux.  Fedora CoreOS is built for running containerized workloads securely and at scale and It combines the provisioning tools and automatic update model of Container Linux with the packaging … continue reading

Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 to deliver a multi-cloud experience

Red Hat announced the release of Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 to deliver an integrated, multi-cloud experience to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform users.  According to the company, Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 offers greater abstraction and flexibility so that customers can have the freedom to choose data services across multiple public clouds, … continue reading

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