Topic: kublr

ITOps Times news digest: Kublr’s Microsoft Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes validation; Snyk Security Intelligence integration; and Datadobi’s Google Cloud Storage validation

Kubernetes management company Kublr has announced that it has gained validation as a Microsoft Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes provider. This means that Kublr customers will be able to integrate their Azure cloud footprints with their data center and multi-cloud capacity, which will enable them to manage applications across multiple locations.  Kublr already supports several Microsoft Azure … continue reading

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU: Carbon Relay releases Red Sky Ops free edition, Cloudtamer.io and Kublr announce integration, and more

The virtual KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU kicked off yesterday, and a number of cloud-native companies announced new offerings and updates to existing products.  Here are a few highlights: Carbon Relay launches free, self-service version of Red Sky Ops Red Sky Ops is an AIOps platform that automatically configures and optimizes containerized applications. By making it … continue reading

Kublr Empowers Advanced Kubernetes Users with Flexible Cluster Configuration Capabilities

Kublr, a comprehensive Kubernetes platform for the enterprise, unveiled today at KubeCon 2018 its advanced cluster configuration capability designed to provide customers with the flexibility to create Kubernetes clusters that meet specific use cases. The advanced cluster configuration capability is included in Kublr v1.9, with full Kubernetes v1.9 and above support, and being showcased at KubeCon 2018 in Copenhagen, … continue reading

Kublr launches self-service control plane for Kubernetes deployments

Kublr has announced the latest version of its Kubernetes platform. Kublr 1.8 now features a self-service control plane for enabling Kubernetes deployment and management. It allows organizations to deploy Kubernetes at scale right out-of-the-box without needing extensive Kubernetes expertise on hand. “There has been an increasing demand for faster application deployment and delivery leading to … continue reading

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