Topic: red hat

ITOps Times news digest: Red Hat Runtimes, Intel and Cybereason partnership, and Red Kubes open sources Otomi

Red Hat has added new features to Red Hat Runtimes, which is a set of tools for building and maintaining cloud-native applications.  New features include expanded support for Quarkus, JBoss EAP XP 2.0, support for IBM Power Systems, a developer preview of OpenShift Serverless Functions, and more.  In addition, this version brings support for Spring … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Ansible Automation Platform 1.2, new Tardigrade integrations, and Google launches Voucher

Red Hat has announced the release of Ansible Automation Platform 1.2. The latest release focused on improving efficiency, increasing productivity, and controlling risk and expenses.  New features include a private Automation Hub, enhancements to the automation services catalog, and new Ansible-maintained Certified Content Collections for popular IT platforms.  Storj Labs introduces new integrations for Tardigrade … continue reading

IBM adds new data and automation capabilities to its hybrid cloud software portfolio

IBM announced a series of data and automation updates to Cloud Pak for Data and Cloud Pak for Automation on Red Hat OpenShift to help companies with innovation across their expanding environments and to accelerate digital transformations.  Cloud Pak for Data will now receive new industry accelerators for banking, warranty management, supply chain forecasting, and … continue reading

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3 to offer a more stable platform

Red Hat has announced the upcoming release of its enterprise Linux platform. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3 is expected to feature cloud-native innovation capabilities as well as a more stable platform.  “From delivering the latest supported developer tools via Application Streams to making the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform even more accessible to systems administrators, … continue reading

Red Hat OpenShift 4.6 now available

ITOps Times news digest: Red Hat OpenShift 4.6, AttackIQ and Microsoft Azure Sentinel, and Akamai acquires Asavie

Red Hat has announced the release of Red Hat OpenShift 4.6. The latest version introduces full stack automation installation of OpenShift on bare metal. This means that OpenShift can be run on any hosting platform. There is also a new Bare Metal Operator that prepares and exposes physical nodes to the OpenShift installer.  Other new … continue reading

Red Hat releases OpenShift Container Storage 4.5

The key features of Red Hat’s newly released OpenShift Container Storage 4.5 include external mode support for shared storage with Red Hat Ceph Storage, support for VMs and applications on OpenShift, and more.  By enabling deterministic performance for data workloads such as archives, data lakes, and databases  like PostgreSQL, Data Warehouses, and IBM Db2 Warehouse, … continue reading

StorageOS announces availability of StorageOS version 2.2 performance on Red Hat Marketplace

StorageOS announced the release of StorageOS V2.2 Performance through Red Hat Marketplace. Red Hat Marketplace is an open cloud marketplace for enterprise customers to discover, try, purchase, deploy, and manage certified container-based software across environments—public and private, cloud and on-premises. Through the marketplace, customers can take advantage of responsive support, streamlined billing and contracting, simplified … continue reading

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe: Red Hat announces Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes, OpenShift 4.5, and a partnership with Intuit on Argo CD

Red Hat made a number of announcements in the cluster management and Kubernetes space at the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Europe today. Top announcements included:  Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes released Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes is designed to help organizations scale Red Hat OpenShift with enterprise-grade management capabilities across hybrid … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Threat Stack for AWS Fargate, Aqua Security now on Red Hat Marketplace, and Aerospike Database 5.1

The company is extending its observability solution to the Amazon Elastic Container Service compute engine. The new capabilities will enable users to monitor AWS Fargate aspects such as processes, network activity, and running code.  “Our ‘Leveraging DevSecOps to Secure Cloud-native Applications’ report shows the top container security challenge is aligning the architectural implementation of a … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Red Hat Integration, Aqua Security’s new platforms, and ManageEngine Conditional Access Policy

Red Hat has announced the latest release of Red Hat Integration. Red Hat Integration is a solution for handling integration and event processing. It allows users to create, extend, and deploy container-based integration services across hybrid and multicloud environments.  The latest release introduces several new capabilities designed for Kubernetes-native applications. New features include the ability … continue reading

Latest version of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform is now available

Red Hat has announced the latest release of its Ansible Automation Platform. This release includes Ansible Tower 3.7, an automation services catalog, and updates to Automation Analytics.  Ansible Tower 3.7 introduces new capabilities designed to help reduce bottlenecks in job processing, optimizations for common API query processing, and reworked user interface communication protocols.  The automation … continue reading

Red Hat and AWS unveil Amazon Red Hat OpenShift

Red Hat and AWS are teaming up to deliver a jointly managed and jointly supported enterprise Kubernetes service on AWS. The companies announced Amazon Red Hat OpenShift, a fully managed service designed for IT organizations building and deploying apps in AWS on Red Hat’s enterprise Kubernetes platform. “As we move deeper into the era of … continue reading

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