Topic: kubernetes

CAST AI launches new Kubernetes security analysis tool

The Kubernetes SaaS company CAST AI has announced a new security analysis tool for Kubernetes called Cloud Security Insights.  It offers Kubernetes configuration checks in order to ensure clusters are configured in accordance with best practices. Users will be provided information on these configuration checks and resources to improve configuration. The tool also scans for … continue reading

D2iQ updates its Kubernetes platform

Kubernetes company D2iQ has announced the latest updates to its Kubernetes platform, DKP. DKP 2.3 introduces enhancements for AWS customers that will make it easier to manage AWS EKS clusters. It now offers a comprehensive ecosystem of Kubernetes platform applications so that platform teams can spend more of their focus on creating good developer experiences. … continue reading

StarlingX 7.0 released with scalability and stability improvements

The open-source edge computing and IoT cloud platform StarlingX released its latest version. StarlingX 7.0 focuses on improving scalability, security, stability, and flexibility. The solution combines Ceph, OpenStack, Kubernetes, and more to create a full-featured cloud software stack.  StarlingX 7.0 increases the number of subclouds that the Distributed Cloud can manage to 1,000 All-in-One Simplex … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Clusterpedia

Clusterpedia is an encyclopedia of Kubernetes clusters that can help users synchronize, search for, and control multi-cluster resources. The inspiration behind its name is Wikipedia, according to the developers behind the project on GitHub.  It is a CNCF sandbox project that includes support for complex searches, filters, sorting, paging, and more. Clusterpedia also offers support … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Service Mesh Interface

Service Mesh Interface (SMI) provides a standard interface for service meshes on Kubernetes, a basic feature set for common service mesh use cases, and the flexibility to support new service mesh capabilities over time.  The specification defines a common standard that can be implemented by various providers and it follows the CNCF code of conduct.  … continue reading

What to expect in Kubernetes 1.25

The next version of Kubernetes, 1.25, is expected to be released in a few weeks (UPDATE: 1.25 is now available). In advance of that, Sysdig, creator of Falco, an open-source project for securing Kubernetes, has shared details of what to expect in the release. Sysdig often gives an advance look into upcoming releases of Kubernetes. … continue reading

Red Hat announces updates to OpenShift Platform Plus

Red Hat announced a new iteration of OpenShift Platform Plus, which simplifies the Kubernetes stack and includes capabilities that improve storage, management and more. OpenShift Platform Plus includes Red Hat’s latest tools for managing the entire SDLC across Kubernetes clusters, including Red Hat OpenShift 4.11, Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes 2.6, and Red … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Antrea

Antrea is a Kubernetes-native project that implements the Container Network Interface (CNI) and Kubernetes NetworkPolicy to provide network connectivity and security for pod workloads. The project enforces the Kubernetes Network Policy API which assigns network traffic filtering rules to pods and extends firewall functionality to the pod edge to enable the nano-segmentation of workloads.  It … continue reading

Rafay Systems announces updates for self-service Kubernetes

Rafay Systems launched a new capability that provides developers self-service for faster application deployments with the necessary guardrails that enterprises require.  With Rafay’s Kubernetes Operations Platform (KOP), platform teams establish Kubernetes standards and best practices while freeing developers to rapidly innovate, according to Rafay Systems.  According to Rafay, finding the right balance between standardization and … continue reading

Teleport 10 released with Passwordless Access

The identity-based infrastructure access management provider Teleport announced Teleport 10 which features Passwordless Access, a single sign-on infrastructure access solution that completely eliminates the need for usernames, passwords, private keys, and other secrets.  Teleport 10 offers scalable identity-based access while greatly reducing the probability of lost, shared or stolen credentials. Teleport Passwordless Access is based … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Cilium Service Mesh

Isovalent, the company that builds open-source cloud-native networking software that solves networking, security, and observability for modern infrastructure, announced the availability of Cilium Service Mesh.  Users will be able to run the service mesh completely without sidecars while supporting various control plane options. Cilium Service Mesh complements the existing Istio integration based on sidecars that … continue reading

Shoreline.io announces open source solutions library to deliver self-healing infrastructure

The Incident Automation company Shoreline.io announced a collection of Op Packs that make it easier to diagnose and repair common infrastructure incidents in production cloud environments called the Shoreline open source solutions library. The more than 35 free Op Packs cover issues such as JVM memory leaks, filling disks, rogue processes, and stuck Kubernetes pods. … continue reading

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