Topic: microservices

TriggerMesh joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation

TriggerMesh has joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and announced that it is formally showing support for Kubernetes and the CNCF Serverless Working Group driving the CloudEvents specification. “CNCF is the home of Kubernetes, one of the most important cloud technologies today,” said Mark Hinkle, the Co-Founder of TriggerMesh. “Joining CNCF plays an important … continue reading

Google details how to apply SRE to monolith applications

Microservices are taking the software industry by storm, but that doesn’t mean monolithic applications are becoming extinct. While SRE is more commonly associated with modern architectures, Google is providing some insight into how enterprises can use SRE to manage their monoliths.  “When and why to choose monolithic architecture is usually a matter of what works … continue reading

Stateless: Microservice network functions are the next step for encryption everywhere

Encryption everywhere requires an increase in multi-tenancy and scalability, and according to software defined interconnect provider Stateless, the move forward is to split that complexity into microservices. “One of the main challenges with security is its complexity. The more complex the system, the more it’s prone to security issues, because it’s prone to errors and … continue reading

Google explains cloud-native security model

To address security issues as early in the development and deployment lifecycle as possible, Google implemented a new approach to cloud-native security called BeyondProd. Google released a whitepaper to show how other companies can benefit from BeyondProd as well. Cloud-native security steers away from the traditional perimeter-based security model in which all users or services … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Traefik

This week’s highlighted open-source project makes it easier for teams to deploy microservices. Traefik is an HTTP reverse proxy and load balancer. According to the team, in order to access microservices, users need a reverse proxy. Typically, reverse proxies need to be configured on a route-by-route basis, but doing this every time you make a … continue reading

premium Five considerations when moving toward cloud native

Building applications had rapidly become the easy part of development. Whether on the web or mobile, these applications need a place to live, and that place is constantly changing. From local servers in closets to colocation facilities to the cloud, we’ve seen rapid change over just the last few years. Now we have containers and … continue reading

AWS App Mesh for microservice traffic control and monitoring enters public preview

Amazon Web Services launched the public preview release of AWS App Mesh today. According to AWS, the app news utilizes a new architectural pattern to more efficiently monitor and control traffic between microservices. The goal of the release is to provide a better way to pinpoint the source of issues like “high latencies, error rates, … continue reading

Oracle revealed the Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment

Oracle is giving users an easier way to develop microservices-based applications. The company announced the Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment at Oracle Open World in San Francisco this week. According to Oracle, enterprises that are trying to decompose their apps into microservices are having a hard time finding the right technologies to help speed up … continue reading

DevOps World | Jenkins World: The building blocks of cloud-native application development

Cloud-native applications are on the rise. In fact, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation recently released a report that found the use of cloud-native technologies in production increased more than 200 percent in the last couple of months. However, Justin Graham, senior manager of market strategy and ecosystem development for AWS, finds that the more a … continue reading

Why APM has a Big Data problem

Application performance management (APM) didn’t used to have a Big Data problem. Three-tiered application architecture with regular, infrequent updates generated predictable and manageable amounts of data for analysis and dependency mapping.   Modern architectures, however, present a Big Data problem. Their virtual machines, containers, microservices, hybrid clouds, and software-defined networks are constantly changing and can … continue reading

Robin Systems brings Kubernetes to Big Data, database and AI/ML apps

Robin Systems wants to extend Kubernetes to data-heavy apps with the release of its hyper-converged Kubernetes platform ROBIN. The new platform is designed to bring the benefits of Kubernetes to Big Data, databases, and artificial intelligence/machine learning solutions. “Kubernetes is the de-facto standard for container orchestration for microservices and applications. However, enterprise adoption of big … continue reading

Istio open-source service mesh launches

Istio, an open-source project formed last year by Google, IBM and the ride-sharing service Lyft to create a consistent way to connect, manage, secure and monitor Kubernetes-based clusters of microservices, is now ready for production. The creators of the spec today announced the official release of Istio 1.0, which defines a common way to manage … continue reading

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