Topic: kubecon

KubeCon Day 1: Gremlin’s chaos engineering solution, TrilioVault for Kubernetes, and HPE Container Platform

KubeCon kicked off this morning in San Diego, bringing together adopters and technologists from the open source and cloud-native community. A number of companies are at the event, making announcements for their Kubernetes solutions. Here are today’s highlights: Gremlin brings chaos engineering to Kubernetes Gremlin has announced Kubernetes support for its Chaos Engineering platform. It … continue reading

Report: Kubernetes now used by 45% of companies running containers

The container orchestration tool Kubernetes is continuing its steady gain in popularity. A new report found Kubernetes is now used by 45% of companies that are running containers. In addition, the report found there has been a 10-point gain in Kubernetes use over the past 12 months and a 20-point gain over the past 24 … continue reading

Report: Only half of organizations are currently deploying Kubernetes in production

Despite its seemingly large presence, Kubernetes may not be as widely adopted as it seems. Platform9 conducted a survey at KubeCon EU in Barcelona this month, speaking with over 500 attendees. Through the survey, the company said it was able to understand how companies are currently using Kubernetes. The survey revealed that despite the fact … continue reading

KubeCon EU: CircleCI’s new partnerships, DigitalOcean Kubernetes, and Gravity 6.0

KubeCon EU is happening this week in Barcelona, and many companies are using the event as an opportunity to release new enhancements to their products. Here are a few of the highlights: CircleCI announces new partnerships CircleCI has announced new partner integrations that will enable users to better manage applications in Kubernetes environments. New partnerships … continue reading

KubeCon: Instana’s APM solution, Atomist’s SDM updates, and Sysdig and IBM’s new monitoring solution

As KubeCon continues, more and more companies are using the conference to announce new updates to their products. Here are a few more highlights: Instana adds new capabilities for its APM solution Instana has introduced new capabilities in its APM solution for containerized apps. According to the company, the new features revolve around Application Perspectives, … continue reading

KubeCon: Aqua Security and Datadog, Kublr 1.1, and Oracle Cloud Native Framework

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s annual conference, KubeCon, is taking place this week in Seattle to talk about the latest advancements and trends in the cloud-native computing era. As part of the conference, a number of companies have announced new releases and products dedicated to accelerating the adoption of cloud native. Aqua Security announces integration … continue reading

Sysdig integrates with new Google Cloud Security Command Center to help enterprises optimize Kubernetes security

Sysdig, Inc. today announced its partnership with Google Cloud to bring container runtime security capabilities to the Cloud Security Command Center (Cloud SCC), a security and data risk platform helping enterprises to gather data, identify threats, and act on them before they result in business damage or loss. Sysdig takes a services-aware approach to bring container … continue reading

Oracle brings new Kubernetes features to its container engine

Oracle has announced new support for its open serverless project Fn as well as new features and capabilities in its Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes. Oracle’s Fn project was announced towards the end of last year as a container native, cloud agnostic serverless platform. With this week’s announcement, it now supports standard-based projects CloudEvents and … continue reading

Google announces Stackdriver Kubernetes Monitoring for more comprehensive observability of Kubernetes

Google has announced a beta release for Stackdriver Kubernetes Monitoring, designed to enable users to observe Kubernetes in a more comprehensive way. According to the company, in order to observe complex Kubernetes environments users need to use multiple tools and deal with data coming from a variety of different sources. This results in a siloed … continue reading

Google open sources sandboxed container runtime

Google has announced a new approach to sandboxed containers designed to secure container isolation. gVisor is an open source, user-space kernel written in Go. It is built to be more lightweight than a virtual machine, and integrates with Docker and Kubernetes. “Containers are not a sandbox. While containers have revolutionized how we develop, package, and … continue reading

Rancher Labs announces general availability of Rancher 2.0 to simplify and accelerate enterprise adoption of Kubernetes

Rancher Labs, a provider of container management software, today announced the general availability of Rancher 2.0, an open source Kubernetes management platform that allows organizations to deliver Kubernetes-as-a-Service to their employees and centrally manage all of their Kubernetes clusters, regardless of how the cluster was deployed, or where it is running. Rancher 2.0 is the first … continue reading

Cloud 66 adds new features to its container delivery pipeline

Operations tools provider Cloud 66 is providing a number of new features to its container delivery pipeline, Skycap. The features include Formations, Stencils, and an open-source project named Copper. “With the advance of microservices, containers and the surge of APIs, developers and operations teams appreciate a self-service toolchain that operations curate, and developers can run … continue reading

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