Topic: gke

Google Cloud launches new virtual machine family Tau VMs

Google Cloud announced a new virtual machine family, Tau VMs, that delivers price-performance for scale-out workloads.  The first instance type in the Tau VM family, T2D, is based on Gen AMD EPYC processors and it enables the VMs to scale out workloads of any public cloud provider available today.  According to Google, Tau VMs offer … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Google adds cluster management fee to GKE, Hailo raises $60 for deep learning chip, and Mission and Cloudwick team up on managed data and analytics

Google Kubernetes Engine clusters will start accruing a cluster management fee starting June 6. The fee will include $0.10 per cluster per hour. According to the company, one zonal cluster per filling account is free and GKE fees will not apply to Anthos GKE clusters.  The company is also introducing a service level agreement backed … continue reading

Cloud Security Scanner Command Center

ITOps Times news digest: Cloud Security Scanner in GKE and Compute Engine, ManageEngine’s Log360 update, and ITSM Academy’s new course

Google has announced the general availability of its Cloud Security Scanner in GKE and Compute Engine. The new service will provide insights into app vulnerabilities and allow organizations to take action before those vulnerabilities can be exploited. Potential use cases include notifying organizations of common external vulnerabilities in their application, alerting them of accessible GIT … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: NeuVector extends AWS integrations, Google Cloud announces Workload Identity, and LogicMonitor introduces Anomaly Detection

Container security company NeuVector has extended its security offerings with AWS Cloud. New AWS Cloud integrations include AWS Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (AWS EKS), AWS ECS, and AWS App Mesh. NeuVector also announced a number of new features, such as Kubernetes ConfigMaps, process and file system blocking, process history recording, multi-layer image scanning, and … continue reading

Google Kubernetes Engine gets enterprise-level security features

Google Cloud has announced new networking features to enhance security and privacy within container infrastructures. The new Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) features are focused specifically on private clusters, master authorized networks, and shared Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). “These new features enable you to limit access to your Kubernetes clusters from the public internet, confining them … continue reading

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