Topic: itops

KubeCon 2022: Kasten releases K10 V5.5, Grafana Labs announces Kubernetes monitoring solution, and Red Hat introduced Red Hat Device Edge

More exciting new releases and product updates were revealed today as KubeCon 2022 continues.  Kasten releases K10 V5.5 Kasten, the Kubernetes backup and disaster recovery company, today unveiled the new Kasten by Veeam K10 V5.5 Kubernetes data management platform. This release is intended to bridge the skills gap among operations teams by introducing several new … continue reading

Casting a light on shadow IT: Using a cloud access security broker

Given the increase in remote work and shadow IT usage, perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that the cloud access security broker (CASB) market is exploding. Valued at $8.74 billion in 2020, the CASB market is projected to reach $32.9 billion by 2028—a projected compound annual growth rate of roughly 18% from 2021 to 2028. What … continue reading

New study finds that enterprises are struggling to keep endpoints updated and secure

The cloud-native IT operations provider, Automox, today unveiled the findings of its third annual State of IT Operations Report. The findings revealed that the challenge of managing endpoints has become even bigger than it was in the Automox 2021 report.  Additionally, the report showed that many organizations continue to struggle with the challenges of utilizing … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Cloud Hypervisor Project

The Linux Foundation announced that it will host the Cloud Hypervisor project, which delivers a Virtual Machine Monitor (VMM) for modern Cloud workloads. The project is supported by Alibaba, ARM, ByteDance, Intel and Microsoft. The project is written in Rust and focuses on security features such as CPU, memory and device hot plug; support for … continue reading

Report: Physical infrastructure to remain important even as cloud adoption grows

Cloud technologies are an increasingly important aspect of the technology industry, but physical infrastructure will still remain important too. This is according to the latest  “Trends in ITOps 2021 Survey” by Tribe29, the organization responsible for the Checkmk IT monitoring solution. Of those surveyed, 79% said that they expect monitoring cloud assets will become more … continue reading

Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management 2.3 released

Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes offers tighter integration with the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform that fuses modern management capabilities with traditional and hybrid IT environments. The integration is designed to accelerate the automation and cohesion between cloud-native clusters, VMs and traditional infrastructure with streamlined tooling and coordination.  RELATED TOPICS: Red Hat to … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Cluster API

Cluster API is a Kubernetes sub-project focused on providing declarative APIs and tooling to simplify provisioning, upgrading, and operating multiple Kubernetes clusters. The project was started by the Kubernetes Special Interest Group (SIG) Cluster Lifecycle to automate cluster lifecycle management for platform operators. At first, the SIG working group started kubeadm to address a set … continue reading

Catchpoint 2021 SRE report cover

Report: Cloud application monitoring remains the biggest challenge for SREs

Just over half of SREs (53%) said that the number one cloud application monitoring challenge is unified visibility across the stack. Organizations are looking toward AI and machine learning to solve these problems, but adoption of AIOps is slow. This is according to the 2021 SRE Report that was conducted by the digital experience monitoring … continue reading

Report: digital transformation initiatives are causing increased adoption of SRE in ITOps

A new study found that the increased need for process automation and SREs has been fueled by companies’ increase in digital transformation initiatives as well as remote and hybrid work policies.  Industries have seen a 90% increase in customer-affecting issues and 68% of businesses reported an increased cost of downtime since the pandemic began.  Now, … continue reading

Google announces BeyondCorp Enterprise, its new zero trust product offering

Google announced the release of BeyondCorp Enterprise which extends and replaces BeyondCorp Remote Access for companies to start their own zero-trust implementation.  The solution includes non-disruptive, agentless support through the Chrome Browser, access to Google’s global network, and the entire surface area is protected by Google’s scalable DDoS protection service, which has been proven to … continue reading

Longhorn extends Kubernetes-native storage capabilities to support edge deployments

SUSE, a global leader in true open source innovation and owner of the Rancher container management platform, today celebrates the release of Longhorn 1.1. Longhorn has been a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Sandbox project since October 2019. Since becoming generally available in June 2020, Longhorn adoption has increased by +235% to become a mainstay … continue reading

IBM is splitting its managed infrastructure services unit into a new company

IBM’s Managed Infrastructure Services unit of its Global Technology Services division is splitting into a new public company currently referred to as NewCo.  The separation is expected to be achieved as a tax-free spin-off to IBM shareholders, and completed by the end of 2021. While IBM will focus on its open hybrid cloud platform, AI … continue reading

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