Venafi's TLS Protect for Kubernetes secures machine identities
"Through the Venafi Control Plane, we’re modernising machine identity management and making managing machine identities in cloud native environments easier."
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
In light of the growing demand for securing digital services, the Container Security Market is steadily growing and is expected to reach US$2.63 billion by 2025.
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
"We know that transformation doesn't happen overnight, which is why Red Hat Modernisation Toolkit for Applications is designed to accelerate modernisation."
DigitalOcean expanding presence with Sydney data centre
DigitalOcean has announced a new data centre in Sydney, expanding its global presence and providing stronger compute capabilities to small businesses with low-latency links to North America and Asia.
Pure Storage expands as-a-Service model across full suite of Portworx offerings
Pure Storage has announced a new fully managed service for Portworx Enterprise, which looks to bring a Kubernetes-ready data plane to every developer that works on containerised applications.
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.
IBM LinuxONE servers help clients reach sustainability goals
IBM has unveiled the next generation of its LinuxONE server, a highly scalable Linux and Kubernetes-based platform intended to support thousands of workloads in the footprint of a single system.
Pure Storage named leader in GigaOm report for Kubernetes storage
Pure Storage named the leader for the third consecutive year by GigaOm Radar Report for enterprise Kubernetes storage.
What’s a CNAPP and why is it essential for security?
With large-scale cloud-native deployments becoming more prevalent, enterprises are trying to bring greater efficiency and speed to cloud-native security.
Sysdig unveils new Kubernetes troubleshooting and cloud innovations
Sysdig has introduced two new innovations that look to help bolster cloud services and simplify Kubernetes troubleshooting.
Red Hat updates dev tools, empowers use of hybrid and multicloud
Red Hat has unveiled updates across its portfolio of developer tools, designed to help organisations build and deliver applications faster.
New report reveals evolving techniques targeting cloud-native environments
Companies are adopting cloud-native technologies faster than ever before. Unfortunately, with new technology comes new threats and challenges.
New strategies for cloud-native attacks - Aqua Security
New research from Aqua Security reveals attackers are using more sophisticated techniques to target cloud-native environments.
Red Hat lowers the barrier to AI projects with OpenShift
Red Hat OpenShift 4.10 has added new capabilities in support of AI and NVIDIA AI Enterprise 2.0 certification.
New Relic releases new infrastructure monitoring experience
The new infrastructure monitoring experience allows DevOps, SRE, and ITOps teams to proactively identify and resolve public, private, and hybrid cloud infrastructure issues.
Pure Storage enters three year strategic engagement with AWS
"Portworx and Amazon EKS deliver a truly better together solution that tackles some of the biggest challenges organisations face."
The Linux Foundation makes record progress in addressing talent shortages
The Linux Foundation summarises the progress made in 2021 towards its goal of ensuring anyone can start an open source technology career.
Rafay Systems announces streamlined operations for virtual machines on Kubernetes
Rafay Systems has announced support for running virtual machines and containers on Kubernetes through its Kubernetes Operations Platform.
Oracle scales up converged charging to assist CSPs and 5G deployments
Oracle has scaled up its converged charging, a move they say will combat problems associated with mass commercial 5G deployments.
Cloudian extends VMware collaboration with latest certification
Cloudian states it is focused on giving VMware TKG customers a highly scalable, more secure and cost-effective enterprise storage platform with the agility and ease-of-management needed for cloud-native applications.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Rafay Systems?
This week we are speaking with Rafay Systems CEO Haseeb Budhani, who shares with us the ethos behind Rafay and the work the company is doing in the Kubernetes space to help its clients achieve the best results.