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ITOps Times news digest: Google Anthos updates, Fastly acquires Signal Sciences, and Cisco acquires BabbleLabs

Google has made a number of new additions to its Anthos platform for running Kubernetes clusters in cloud and on-premises environments.  It added Speech-to-Text On-Prem, which leverages Google’s speech recognition models and provides full control over speech data to comply with data residency requirements It also introduced Anthos attached clusters, which let admins manage Kubernetes … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Signal Sciences’ security solution for Istio, PagerDuty for Cloud Operations, and Snow Software acquires Embotics

Signal Sciences has announced a security solution for the service mesh Istio. The company had already offered a web application firewall (WAF) and runtime application self-protection (RASP) integration with Istio and Envoy. This new integration with Istio will provide organizations with the ability to gain visibility into east-west and north-south traffic. They will also be … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Signal Sciences integrates with Cisco Threat Response, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7 beta, and SentinelOne raises $120 million

Signal Sciences has announced a new integration with Cisco Threat Response in order to better help its customers defend against web app attacks. The integration will give customers instant visibility into their web application attack data, enabling security teams to respond to threats quickly. “In today’s evolving business landscape, we are seeing a dramatic shift … continue reading

Signal Sciences announces new capabilities for threat detection and prevention

Signal Sciences has announced its Network Learning Exchange (NLX) and new Power Rules offerings. It also added an intuitive user-interface for defining, monitoring, and taking action on any web application or API transaction. According to the company, Signal Sciences NLX provides a data feed of known threats that have been confirmed to be malicious elsewhere … continue reading

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