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  • Hitachi Vantara Unveils Kubernetes Management Platform
    by Mike Vizard on January 19, 2021

    Hitachi Vantara today launched a platform for managing Kubernetes environments that span multiple clouds and on-premises IT environments. Colin Gallagher, vice president for infrastructure solutions product marketing at Hitachi Vantara, says the Hitachi Kubernetes Service is designed to enable IT organizations to manage the complete life cycle of a Kubernetes The post Hitachi Vantara Unveils Kubernetes Management Platform appeared first on Container Journal.

  • VMware Tanzu Advanced Expands Scope of Kubernetes Platform
    by Mike Vizard on January 18, 2021

    VMware’s advanced edition of its Tanzu distribution of Kubernetes promises to simplify deployment and management of cloud-native environments. In addition, VMware has launched the Project Iris initiative, through which the company says it will develop tools to discover and analyze an organization’s application portfolio. Based on that information, and on VMware-defined best The post VMware Tanzu Advanced Expands Scope of Kubernetes Platform appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Red Hat Eases Migration of Java Applications to Kubernetes
    by Mike Vizard on January 18, 2021

    Red Hat has updated the Red Hat Migration Toolkit for Applications to ease Java application migrations. The update includes rulesets that analyze and recommend paths to modernize and migrate Java applications to Quarkus, a framework Red Hat created for running those applications more efficiently on Kubernetes clusters. James Falkner, product The post Red Hat Eases Migration of Java Applications to Kubernetes appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Accurics Applies Policy as Code to Secure Kubernetes Clusters
    by Mike Vizard on January 15, 2021

    Accurics is employing policy as code to address a Kubernetes vulnerability, using its Terrascan tool for securing infrastructure as code. Terrascan is Accurics’ open source, static code analysis tool that allows developers to build infrastructure as code. A previously disclosed CVE-2020-8555 vulnerability, if left unpatched, enables cybercriminals to exploit a Server The post Accurics Applies Policy as Code to Secure Kubernetes Clusters appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Nutanix Adds Support for Google Anthos Distribution of Kubernetes
    by Mike Vizard on January 15, 2021

    Nutanix has added support for Google Anthos, a managed instance of a Kubernetes environment, to its hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) platform running the company’s AHV hypervisor. Greg Muscarella, vice president of product for Nutanix, says Google Anthos is gaining traction in on-premises IT environments as organizations look to extend the reach The post Nutanix Adds Support for Google Anthos Distribution of Kubernetes appeared first on Container Journal.

  • IBM Allies with GitLab to Advance AI Development on Red Hat OpenShift Platform
    by Mike Vizard on January 14, 2021

    GitLab and IBM today announced that GitLab’s continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform will become an element of IBM’s Cloud Pak offerings. IBM specifically created Cloud Paks to enable IT teams to build applications that leverage artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. Cloud Paks are a series of microservices-based frameworks, built using containers, The post IBM Allies with GitLab to Advance AI Development on Red Hat OpenShift Platform appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Slim.ai Applies AI to Optimize Containers Before Being Deployed
    by Mike Vizard on January 13, 2021

    Fresh off raising $6.6 million in seed funding, Slim.ai this week launched a namesake DevOps platform that makes use of machine learning algorithms to resize and optimize containers before they are deployed in a production environment. Slim.ai CEO John Amaral says currently, many of the containers that developers are looking The post Slim.ai Applies AI to Optimize Containers Before Being Deployed appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Sysdig Report Surfaces Shifts in Container Adoption
    by Mike Vizard on January 13, 2021

    An annual “Container Usage and Security Report” published today by Sysdig finds there has been a significant shift in terms of the types of container engines organizations are employing. Based on an analysis of 2 million containers that Sysdig continuously analyzes on behalf of customers, the survey results show reliance The post Sysdig Report Surfaces Shifts in Container Adoption appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Grafana Labs Adds Free Prometheus Monitoring Tier
    by Mike Vizard on January 12, 2021

    Grafana Labs today announced it has added a free tier to its Prometheus monitoring cloud service that enables IT organizations to more easily monitor a fleet of Kubernetes clusters. Tom Wilkie, vice president of product for Grafana Labs, says the free tier will make it simpler for IT teams to The post Grafana Labs Adds Free Prometheus Monitoring Tier appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Red Kubes Makes Community Edition of Kubernetes Configuration Platform Open Source
    by Mike Vizard on January 12, 2021

    Red Kubes announced today it is making the community edition of the Otomi Container Platform available as an open source project. The Otomi Container Platform automates the deployment of a curated Kubernetes environment. In addition, the company revealed that it received $1.45 million in seed funding from the venture capital The post Red Kubes Makes Community Edition of Kubernetes Configuration Platform Open Source appeared first on Container Journal.

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