Topic: open source

NVIDIA becomes founding member of OPI project

NVIDIA announced that it cofounded a Linux Foundation project to democratize innovations in the data center and to further open the NVIDIA DOCA data processing unit software to software providers. The Open Programmable Infrastructure (OPI) project aims to create a community-driven, standards-based open ecosystem to accelerate networking and other data center infrastructure tasks, according to … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Orb

Backed by NS1 Labs, Orb is an open-source tool for edge observability that utilizes dynamic policy orchestration in order to extract real-time insights from traffic streams at the edge.  Those insights are then transformed into actions through integration with modern observability stacks, leading to accelerated time-to-action and a reduction in price. With Orb, users can … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Envoy Gateway

Envoy Gateway makes using Envoy Proxy easier for developers and helps to reverse fragmentation as part of a new effort within the Envoy proxy open-source project to simplify Envoy use in cloud-native application development. Envoy Gateway will reduce existing, redundant efforts around Envoy and make it much easier for application developers to use Envoy as … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: StackRox

This week, Red Hat announced that Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes is now available as an open-source project called StackRox. Red Hat acquired StackRox in February 2021 to strengthen container security. Red Hat had an ongoing relationship with StackRox before the acquisition, specifically around Red Hat OpenShift, the application development and deployment platform … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: NGINX Config

NGINX Config is a configuration generator built by DigitalOcean to make it easier to configure NGINX. NGINX is a web server that also works as a load balancer, an HTTP cache, and a reverse proxy. According to DigitalOcean, NGINX itself was started in 2002 by Igor Sysoev to help solve the C10K problem, which was … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Project Calico

Project Calico is a networking and network security solution for containers, virtual machines, and native host-based workloads. The project offers high performance with true cloud-native scalability by providing developers and cluster operators with capabilities across public cloud or on-prem, on a single node, or across a multi-thousand node cluster. It offers a choice of dataplanes … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Caddy Server

Caddy Server 2 is an enterprise-ready, open-source web server with automatic HTTPS written in Go. Caddy offers greater memory safety than servers written in C because a hardened TLS stack powered by the Go standard library serves a significant portion of all Internet traffic. The project can simplify an organization’s architecture by taking care of … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Cloudprober

Cloudprober is a monitoring software that makes it easy to monitor the availability and performance of various components of one’s system. “Cloudprober’s main task is to run probes. A probe executes something, usually against a set of targets, to verify that the systems are working as expected from consumers’ point of view. For example, an … continue reading

DENT 2.0 released

DENT 2.0 is now available with new features that can be utilized by distributed enterprises in retail and remote facilities.  The DENT project is an open-source network that uses the Linux Kernel, Switchdev, and other Linux-based projects. DENT was launched in December 2019 under the umbrella of the Linux Foundation with the aim to simplify … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: ValidKube

ValidKube combines open-source tools to help ensure Kubernetes YAML best practices, hygiene and security. The tool can verify your Kubernetes configuration files through kubeval, remove clutter from your Kubernetes manifests through kubectl-neat, and can scan YAML code for security vulnerabilities with trivy.  RELATED CONTENT: Abstracting complexity from Kubernetes breaks down barrier to entry Kubeval uses … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Turris Omnia

Turris Omnia is an open source router that features a distributed firewall that adapts to the threats coming into a network to provide more robust security. This firewall works by sending a fingerprint of suspicious traffic that it detects to the Turris headquarters and then evaluating it against other data from other Turris routers. Then, … continue reading

Rancher Desktop 1.0.0 is now generally available

Rancher Desktop 1.0.0, the open-source app for desktop Kubernetes and container management on Mac, Windows and Linux is now available from SUSE, which acquired Rancher in 2020. Rancher Desktop provides Kubernetes, using the k3s distribution at the version of a user’s choice, which enables users to set up a local Kubernetes environment using the same … continue reading

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