Kubernetes stories - Page 2
ANZ organisations need more observable cloud-native journeys
Gartner predicts that by 2025, over 95% of new digital workloads in Australia and New Zealand will be deployed on cloud-native platforms.
Noname Security announces new API security testing solution
The new version of Noname Security’s Active Testing combines developer-friendly integrations with API reachability.
The benefits of a native Kubernetes integration in application security
With the rise of Kubernetes as the de facto standard for container orchestration, many security solutions have emerged.
World’s largest open source event, Red Hat's Summit 2023 delivers big for its customers and partners
Red Hat has announced multiple different products, updates and, most importantly, opened up about the company's thoughts moving forward.
Red Hat launches Kubernetes-native security offering
Red Hat launches Advanced Cluster Security Cloud Service to secure cloud-native applications and reduce operational costs.
Firmus utilises Canonical to set new sustainable standard
Canonical has announced that Firmus has built its ultra-efficient and sustainable public cloud on Canonical’s Charmed OpenStack and Charmed Kubernetes.
Aqua Security incorporates CIS Kubernetes benchmarks scanning into open source Trivy
Aqua Security's Aqua Trivy now offers full compliance scanning for CIS Kubernetes Benchmarks, simplifying security for cloud native applications.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Pulumi
Aaron Kao, who is the VP of marketing for Pulumi, joins us today to tell us more about Pulumi and what Pumuli's solutions are for the trends of today. .
VMware rolls out new capabilities to aid cloud app development
VMware has announced new capabilities across its Tanzu and Aria platforms, allowing customers to take a cloud-smart approach to modern application delivery.
Solo.io appoints Singularity DevOps as 'foundational' AU channel partner
Solo.io partners with Singularity DevOps in Australia to aid rapid development of microservices and adoption of zero trust security.
Civo appoints Josh Mesout as Chief Innovation Officer
Civo, the cloud-native service provider, hires Josh Mesout as Chief Innovation Officer to develop their ML program and reduce workload on developers.
Why machine identity management is key to secure service mesh deployment?
During challenging business conditions, cloud projects offer much-needed opportunities for efficient growth, productivity enhancements, and greater agility.
Climbing the Ladder of Abstraction
Serverless is very promising as a general developer experience (DX) for cloud and edge development— too important to be constrained to FaaS.
Red Hat shares OpenShift security and compliance updates
Red Hat has introduced new security and compliance capabilities for Red Hat OpenShift, the a top enterprise Kubernetes platform.
Venafi's TLS Protect for Kubernetes secures machine identities
Venafi has launched TLS Protect for Kubernetes, enabling secure management of machine identities in multi-cloud and multi-cluster Kubernetes environments.
IT professionals concerned over the security of Kubernetes
New research has revealed that more than half of IT professionals have concerns over the security of Kubernetes.
Container security market expected to hit $2.63bn by 2025
The Container Security Market is projected to reach US$2.63 billion by 2025, with a CAGR of 25.7%, according to KuppingerCole.
Veeam appoints Larissa Crandall as VP of Channel & Alliances
Veeam appoints Larissa Crandall as VP of Global Channel and Alliances to lead investments in partner and alliance ecosystem for data protection.
Half of organisations using Kubernetes in daily operations
Trepidation of implementing Kubernetes is being replaced by organisations rolling out Kubernetes in everyday operations.
Red Hat launches Migration Toolkit to empower modernisation
Red Hat has launched Migration Toolkit for Applications 6, aimed at helping customers accelerate application modernisation efforts. .
DigitalOcean expanding presence with Sydney data centre
DigitalOcean expands its global presence with a new data centre in Sydney, offering low-latency links to North America and Asia.
Pure Storage expands as-a-Service model across full suite of Portworx offerings
Pure Storage unveils new fully managed service for Portworx Enterprise, offering a Kubernetes-ready data plane for developers.
Nutanix adds new features for Kubernetes adoption to cloud platform
Nutanix has announced new features for its Cloud Platform that are set to help accelerate the adoption of Kubernetes running both at scale and cost-effectively.
New Red Hat solution designed to empower open edge computing
Red Hat has introduced Red Hat Device Edge, a solution for flexibly deploying traditional or containerised workloads on small devices.