Topic: iot

Canonical announces new Ubuntu images for Intel IoT platforms

Canonical announced the availability of new enterprise-grade Ubuntu images available for both Desktop and Server Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and 22.04 LTS and are designed for next-generation Intel platforms. As part of the new release, Intel and Canonical will jointly provide enterprise-class hardware and software support, ensuring product longevity.  The production-ready Ubuntu releases are specially designed … continue reading

Beyond batch: Real-time business is a continuous event

Real-time data streams and processing are crossing into the mainstream – they will become the norm, not the exception, according to IDC.  The drivers are, by now, familiar: Cloud, IoT and 5G have increased the amount of data generated by – and flowing through – organizations. They have also accelerated the pace of business, with … continue reading

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

ThreatMapper 1.2.0 released with new attack path visualizations

Observability company Deepfence launched new ThreatMapper features to provide DevSecOps professionals with new attack path visualizations, most exploitable vulnerabilities calculations, and AWS Fargate support.  ThreatMapper finds hidden attack paths by continuously correlating vulnerabilities with network traffic, identifying much harder to find vulnerable services that are further downstream, behind proxies and exposed indirectly to potentially malicious … continue reading

IoT Consortium evolves into Emerging Tech Exchange

The Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC) announced the evolution into Emerging Tech Exchange, which will expand the association’s focus beyond just connected devices and into technology that leverages augmented reality, gamification, robotics, deep learning, and AI. “The Emerging Tech Exchange draws upon the success of the IoTC, where our members not only had a front-row … continue reading

Eclipse Foundation launches Oniro OS for IoT and edge

The Eclipse Foundation today announced the launch of the Oniro project and working group, which aspires to become a transparent, vendor-neutral and independent alternative to established IoT and edge operating systems.  The Eclipse Foundation and its members added that they will deliver an independent implementation of OpenHarmony, an open-source operating system specified and hosted by … continue reading

IBM expands zero trust strategy

IBM expanded its zero trust strategy with new Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) services to help modernize network security.  SASE is a new architecture model designed to address the requirements of organizations that are digitally transforming, adopting cloud and SaaS applications, and providing services to a hybrid workforce and customer base.  The new service leverages … continue reading

wasmCloud joins CNCF as Sandbox project

The WebAssembly pioneer Cosmonic today announced that the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has accepted its universal application runtime for building cloud-native applications with WebAssembly that can run anywhere as its latest Sandbox project.  The key features of the runtime called wasmCloud include faster development time and lower lifetime maintenance, high portability, near-native performance, a … continue reading

SUSE receives Common Criteria certification

SUSE’s flagship Linux distribution, Linux Enterprise, has earned the Common Criteria EAL 4+ certification for IBM Z, Arm, and x86-64 platforms. This signifies compliance with the most demanding security requirements for mission-critical infrastructure, according to SUSE.  The exponential growth in IoT and edge devices has prompted countries to raise their compliance requirements for infrastructure providers, … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Eclipse Fog05

Eclipse fog05 provides a virtualized infrastructure that allows for distributed computing, storage, control and networking functions closer to users along a cloud-to-thing continuum.  Fog05 offers a set of abstractions to unify the compute, storage and communication fabric from end to end that enables this.  It provides the same abstraction of an elastic compute but in … continue reading

Eclipse Foundation’s 2021 IoT and Edge Commercial Adoption Survey cover

Report: Open-source crucial to IoT and edge deployments

Open source is increasingly becoming a crucial foundation of IoT and edge deployments. This is according to the Eclipse Foundation’s 2021 IoT and Edge Commercial Adoption Survey, which found that 74% of organizations use open source in their edge deployments, which is a 14% increase since the foundation’s same survey from 2019.  “We recommend people … continue reading

Shining a light on IT Operations metrics

Modern IT departments operate in a pressure cooker. Their highly distributed infrastructures are spread across legacy data centers and hybrid and multiple public clouds. Now, the Internet of Things and the edge are part of the mix.  Massive amounts of data are flowing through these multi-faceted environments and it falls on IT to make sense … continue reading

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