Cloudian paves the way for new era of storage with more container-based support

Source:-au Cloudian has officially started offering support for container-based applications with the intent of enabling organisations to modernise their storage infrastructure. The new Cloudian Kubernetes S3 Operator provides a self-service tool for developers to dynamically provision Cloudian HyperStore S3-compatible object storage. IT managers can utilise a Kubernetes-enabled private cloud solution that employs the industry-standard S3 API to maximise application portability. By combining self-serve, multi-tenant storage agility with enterprise-grade scalability, durability and security, Cloudian aims to meet the needs of both

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GCloud updates capabilities with Anthos enhancements

Source:-securitybrief Google Cloud has announced several new capabilities for Anthos, a core component of its new Cloud App Modernization Program, or Google CAMP. AI for hybrid environments Google Cloud has launched hybrid AI capabilities for Anthos, allowing organisations to use differentiated AI technologies wherever workloads reside. With AI on-prem, AI workloads can be run securely, nearer to data as well as simplifying the development process by providing access to AI technology on-prem. Speech-to-Text On-Prem, is now generally available on Anthos

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HPE Extends Data Fabric Across Multiple Kubernetes Clusters

Source:-containerjournal.com Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has extended the capabilities of a rechristened container platform to now include support for a data fabric spanning multiple Kubernetes clusters that can be physically located in data centers in different geographies. Now known as the HPE Ezmeral, the data fabric is based on technology it gained from HPE’s acquisition of MapR Technologies last year. The data fabric creates a global namespace that is accessible via application programming interfaces (APIs). Containerized and non-containerized applications can

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Global Kubernetes Solutions Market Expected to Reach Highest CAGR During COVID 19 crisis- Google, Cisco Systems, IBM, AWS

Source:-thedailychronicle.in The report entitled Global Kubernetes Solutions Market 2020 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 compiled by MarketQuest.biz presents a new market research analysis that offers a detailed evaluation of the business vertical and a brief overview of the industry segments. The report includes an elemental introduction to the industry, market overview, scope, and product specification. The report aims to target the major images related to market growth, major types, and various end users applicable, regional analysis,

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Efficient MLOps in a Kubernetes Environment

Source:-containerjournal.com MLOps addresses the specific needs of data science and ML engineering teams without impacting Kubernetes If your organization has already started getting into machine learning, you will certainly relate to the following. If your organization is taking its first steps into data science, the following will illustrate what is about to be dropped on you. If none of the above strikes a chord this might interest you nonetheless, because AI is the new frontier and it won’t be long

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Introducing Contour: Routing Traffic to Applications in Kubernetes

Source:-thenewstack.io We’re excited to share the news that Contour is now an incubation-level hosted project with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). This is a very proud moment and on behalf of the other project maintainers we want to thank the community for all of the work they put in to get us to this point. If you don’t already know it, Contour is a simple and scalable open source ingress controller for routing traffic to applications running in Kubernetes.

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Why securing Kubernetes requires a native toolset

Source:-cloudcomputing-news.net A now-classic 2014 study by IBM concluded that an astonishing 95 percent of all digital security breaches it investigated were either caused, or contributed to, by human error – presumably including those of the software developers. The remaining few were largely the results of technical faux pas. Subsequent disclosures about breaches and attacks have cited the same finding – with all kinds of digital tools, it’s easy for people to make mistakes. Often the root cause is granting privileges

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Common Container and Kubernetes Vulnerabilities

Source:-containerjournal.com As Kubernetes gains more prominence, concern is mounting over how we gauge its effectiveness and mitigate container security vulnerabilities. Such vulnerabilities could leave a cluster unsecured or a container compromised, open to misuse by malicious users for things such as cryptomining. I recently spoke with Rory McCune, principal security consultant at NCC Group, to discover what common vulnerabilities exist in today’s containers and container orchestration environments. McClune will be leading the Mastering Container Security IV training, a deep two-day

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Kubernetes Updates Hit by COVID-19, BLM Recognition

Source:-sdxcentral.com The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and recent social strife has pushed the Kubernetes project to alter its quarterly update schedule through the end of the year, though it’s looking to get back in track (like the rest of the world) in 2021. The Kubernetes 1.19 release should have dropped at some point around June 30. That would have maintained what had been a near metronome-like schedule of platform updates dating back to its initial 1.0 release in mid-2015. However, external

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How to avoid a Kubernetes food fight!

Source:-cio.com National Lampoon’s Animal House is a 1978 American, comedy film with an iconic scene. Bluto (played by John Bulushi) yells “Food fiiiiiiiight!”, and a crazy chaos ensues as the students wildly fling food all over the cafeteria. As I listen to CIOs describe how their employees are installing the free, open source Kubernetes software, that food fight scene plays out in my mind. So why is there so much chaos concerning Kubernetes installations? Well, because it’s free–meaning anyone can

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