Topic: d2iq

ITOps Times news digest: Apstra AOS 3.3, Ninja Data Protection, and D2iQ extends free access to DxOdyssey

Networking company Apstra has announced the release of Apstra AOS 3.3. The latest version introduces Intent-Based Network (IBN) capabilities to Juniper Networks, along with other operational and open-networking enhancements. According to Apstra, this version will significantly increase the speed and reliability of networks in data centers.  “The monitoring and managing of Data Center operations continue … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: TeamViewer web monitoring, Terraform AD provider, and Silverthread and D2iQ’s partnership

TeamViewer has added a new web monitoring module that lets admins monitor and remotely manage servers, as well as check websites for accessibility and functionality. According to TeamViewer, this will help minimize downtime and missed revenue.  “With the TeamViewer Web Monitoring module as part of the ‘Remote Monitoring and Management’ solution, we offer an integrated … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: New Relic One, Citrix Web App and API Protection, and D2iQ’s Konvoy 1.5 and Kommander 1.1

New Relic has announced updates to its observability platform. New Relic One has been reimagined to provide a better user experience, new capabilities, and predictable packaging and pricing. It also now includes a free tier to make it easier for engineers to try out the platform. “From the beginning, New Relic has been focused on … continue reading

D2iQ launches cloud-native training program

D2iQ has announced it is launching a new program, Conductor, to help organizations scale cloud-native training and prepare their employees for Day 2 operations.  Its training is focused on cloud-native concepts like Kubernetes, observability, and CI/CD. The courses are structured into “bite-sized chunks,” which allows users to slot training easily into their day.  RELATED CONTENT: … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: D2iQ KUDO, SaltStack Enterprise 6.2, and TeamViewer Pilot’s ARCore Depth API integration

D2iQ has announced a new solution to make it easier to deploy machine learning workflows on Kubernetes. D2iQ KUDO for Kubeflow reduces the complexity of provisioning and management.  D2iQ also comes bundled with other machine learning tools, such as Spark and Horovod.  “Taking ML workflows from development to production is filled with challenges, as discrepancies … continue reading

D2IQ Starter Pack launches to help companies navigate Day 2 operations

D2IQ is hoping to make it easier for companies to make the switch to Day 2 operations for cloud native applications. It is releasing its D2IQ Starter Pack, which is a package that includes technology, training, professional services, and support for those moving to Day 2 operations.  According to the company, organizations are more rapidly … continue reading

Managing Day 2 Kubernetes

Kubernetes has matured to the point where users need to not only consider how to get Kubernetes clusters spun up and deployed, but how to maintain and scale them for the long term.  Kubernetes was the first project to graduate from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), and according to its Project Journey Report, which … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Citrix Workspace adds new features, D2iQ launches global channel program, and Stephanie Fohn joins NeuVector as CEO

Citrix has announced new features in Citrix Workspace to help workers be more efficient. The solution now includes an intelligence feed and personalized workflows that will allow users to automate tasks. “At the end of the day, employees want to master their craft,” said Tim Minahan, executive vice president of strategy and chief marketing officer … continue reading

D2iQ releases Kommander

D2iQ releases Kommander for managing Kubernetes clusters

D2iQ has announced the release of Kommander. Kommander provides federated multi-cluster management and governance across clusters in on-premises or cloud Kubernetes distributions. According to the company, it provides unified life cycle management, observability, and configuration for Kubernetes clusters, enabling Day 2 operations. Kommander also gives developers the freedom to deploy new code into development, testing, … continue reading

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