Topic: snyk

Open-source developer tools have won: That’s a massive supply chain risk

It’s a done deal. In terms of market share, mindshare, and innovation, open source developer tools have won the battle for the hearts and tool belts of engineers everywhere. From IDEs like Eclipse or Visual Studio Code, with its open-source core, build tools like Jenkins and Maven, to package managers like HomeBrew, Nix, and npm, … continue reading

Snyk has acquired Fugue, entering into the cloud security market

The developer security company Snyk recently announced its acquisition of Fugue, a cloud security and compliance company that aims to assist global teams in protecting their cloud environments and help them prioritize innovation. With this, Snyk makes its entrance into the cloud security market, a rapidly growing segment of cybersecurity.  Fugue was founded on the … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Kublr’s Microsoft Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes validation; Snyk Security Intelligence integration; and Datadobi’s Google Cloud Storage validation

Kubernetes management company Kublr has announced that it has gained validation as a Microsoft Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes provider. This means that Kublr customers will be able to integrate their Azure cloud footprints with their data center and multi-cloud capacity, which will enable them to manage applications across multiple locations.  Kublr already supports several Microsoft Azure … continue reading

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU: Carbon Relay releases Red Sky Ops free edition, and Kublr announce integration, and more

The virtual KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU kicked off yesterday, and a number of cloud-native companies announced new offerings and updates to existing products.  Here are a few highlights: Carbon Relay launches free, self-service version of Red Sky Ops Red Sky Ops is an AIOps platform that automatically configures and optimizes containerized applications. By making it … continue reading

Report: The 10 most popular Docker images contain at least 30 vulnerabilities each

While Docker images may be valuable to application container technology, they come at a security cost. A new report reveals the top 10 most popular Docker images each contain at least 30 vulnerabilities. According to the 2019 State of Open-Source Security report by Snyk, an open-source security platform provider, “Docker images almost always bring known … continue reading Protection Status

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