Topic: red hat

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 now available

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 is now generally available, with new features designed to help organizations achieve more value from other Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscriptions. “Right now, IT organizations need to do more with existing technologies in their established software stack; they need to drive operational stability and maintain service availability, frequently with remote … continue reading

Red Hat Ceph Storage 4 accelerates petabyte-scale object storage for cloud-native workloads

Red Hat Ceph Storage 4 offers enhanced scalability and simplicity for data-intensive applications. It offers simplified, petabyte-scale object storage for cloud-native development and analytics.  In recent tests, Red Hat Ceph Storage delivered a doubled performance increase for write-intensive workloads.  “As modern data workloads add stress and complexity to storage infrastructure, it’s critical to automate housekeeping … continue reading

Red Hat expands partner offerings to foster hybrid cloud innovation

Red Hat is hoping to drive innovation of open-source solutions for hybrid cloud by expanding its partner offerings. Red Hat’s Partner Connect provides opportunities such as certifications, tools, and alignment opportunities to “automate, accelerate, and streamline modern application development.” The company will expand both its certification and support services. It believes this will make companies … continue reading

Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16 now available

Red Hat has announced the latest release of its Agile Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solution. Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16 features new improvements and capabilities for enterprises working with hybrid clouds, developer clouds, production clouds and cloud-native applications.  In addition, it takes on network functions virtualization, edge computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning.  The … continue reading

CoreOS Container Linux

CoreOS Container Linux will reach end-of-life on May 26

CoreOS Container Linux will reach its end-of-life on May 26, 2020 and will no longer receive updates. Fedora CoreOS is the official successor to CoreOS Container Linux.  Fedora CoreOS is built for running containerized workloads securely and at scale and It combines the provisioning tools and automatic update model of Container Linux with the packaging … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 beta, Keyfactor’s DevOps integrations, and Circonus’ latest investment

Red Hat has released the latest beta version of its enterprise Linux platform. Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.2 focuses on making it easier for users to innovate faster as well as updates the user experience, monitoring and performancing capabilities.  As part of the user experience, the team has streamlined its subscription process, and adds … continue reading

Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 to deliver a multi-cloud experience

Red Hat announced the release of Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 to deliver an integrated, multi-cloud experience to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform users.  According to the company, Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 offers greater abstraction and flexibility so that customers can have the freedom to choose data services across multiple public clouds, … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: IBM Cloud Identity adds AI-based adaptive access, Red Hat renews FIPS 140-4, and Compuware to acquire Innovation Data Processing

IBM Security is extending a feature that was previously only available to the financial sector to all industries. IBM Cloud Identity will now offer AI-based adaptive access capabilities. This will help companies assess risk levels when accessing applications and services, then escalate suspicious interactions to provide extra authentication. “Companies are constantly trying to optimize both … continue reading

Problems and solutions of monitoring your Kubernetes Operators

For me, the most important thing monitoring can provide is the ability to see what is happening inside your clusters–be it the state of the workload, or the status of the applications–is significant and should not be a day two concern. Good information on your clusters allows you to react quickly to misconfigured deployed applications, … continue reading

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

Red Hat has announced Project Quay is now open sourced. Project Quay is an upstream project that represents the code in Red Hat Quay, Quay.io, and years of work around Red Hat’s and CoreOS’s Quay container registry. “Quay was the first private hosted registry on the market, having been launched in late 2013. It grew … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1, Logz.io releases Log Patterns, and VMware Tanzu

Red Hat has announced the latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Version 8.1 is the first minor release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8. The release enhances the manageability, security, and performance of the operating system. It also adds System Roles, which streamlines the process of setting up subsystems for handling specific functions like … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Red Hat Smart Management, Splunk Mission Control and Riverbed SteelConnect EX

Red Hat announced its October 2019 release of the Smart Management solution it announced in May. Red Hat Management is designed to provide infrastructure management and cloud management services in order to help users manage any environment — from physical machines and hybrid multi cloud.  “Red Hat Smart Management introduces a new era of management … continue reading

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