Topic: operators

Red Hat Quay 3.1 improves developer experience across distributed environments

Red Hat has improved its container registry to make it better for distributed environments. The latest release, Red Hat Quay 3.1, builds on Red Hat’s effort to make it easier for users to store, build, and deploy container images securely across diverse environments. It includes a number of new features that solidifies its manageability across … continue reading

proof of concept for alpha release

Pivotal Application Service eases the Kubernetes experience

Pivotal wants to lower Kubernetes’ learning curve with the alpha release of Pivotal Application Service (PAS). PAS is a modern runtime for Java, .NET and Node apps, powered by Kubernetes. While the solution is built for developers, it is also made to help operation teams improve uptime. RELATED CONTENT: 4 levels of cloud maturity  According … continue reading

Red Hat launches registry for Kubernetes Operators

Red Hat has collaborated with AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft in order to create a public registry to make it easier to find Kubernetes Operators. OperatorHub.io will provide a way for the community to organize around Operators. Operators enable the automation of infrastructure and application management tasks using Kubernetes as the automation engine, Red Hat … continue reading

Confluent 5.0 focuses on securing and managing infrastructure

Confluent has announced the latest release of its enterprise streaming platform based off of Apache Kafka. The Confluent platform 5.0 focuses on making infrastructure secure, reliable and easier to manage. “At Confluent, our vision is to place a streaming platform at the heart of every modern enterprise, helping infrastructure owners get the most out of … continue reading

Operators make the lifecycle management of containers simpler

Last month, Red Hat launched the Operator Framework for managing Kubernetes applications. The original idea of operators was introduced by CoreOS about a year and a half ago, said Reza Shafii, vice president of products at CoreOS, which was recently acquired by Red Hat. CoreOS had been working on the idea of automated operations, starting … continue reading

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