Kovair Releases It’s New Kubernetes Plug-In for It’s DevOps

Source:-aithority.com Kovair Software, One of the Leaders in the Software Tools Integration Domain, Today Announced the Release of Its New Kubernetes Plug-In for the Kovair DevOps Solution. Kovair Software, one of the leaders in the software tools integration domain, announced the release of its new Kubernetes plug-in for the Kovair DevOps Solution. Kovair DevOps  in conjunction with it’s award-winning Omnibus, supports Hybrid Multi-Cloud Enablement. This enterprise-class automation solution helps to reduce time to market and leverage the benefits of Kubernetes

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Retail software firm takes broad view of Kubernetes security

Source:-searchitoperations.techtarget.com Kubernetes platform security has supplanted container-level security for enterprises such as retail software vendor Aptos as they deploy microservices in production. Kubernetes security has become the focal point for protecting cloud-native workloads among enterprises as they deploy containers and microservices in production. Initially, container security specialists such as Aqua, Twistlock and StackRox focused on scanning container images within the DevOps pipeline, then added container runtime scans for live production environments through agents deployed on individual hosts. More recently, however,

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Dynatrace extends Kubernetes support, observability goes ‘full-stack’

Source:-computerweekly.com Dynatrace used its Perform conference 2020 in Las Vegas this week to announced new enhancements to its support for Kubernetes. The company’s explainable AI engine Davis now ‘automatically ingests’ additional Kubernetes events and metrics, enabling it to deliver ‘precise’ answers in real time about performance issues and anomalies across the full stack of Kubernetes clusters, containers and workloads. Dynatrace now also automatically discovers, instruments and maps heterogeneous container technologies within Kubernetes. The company says that this makes even the

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SPARKING THE GAP BETWEEN AI AND DEVOPS

Source:-nextplatform.com The term “AIOps” is getting a lot of work these days, and it shouldn’t come as a surprise. Massive amounts of data is coming at enterprises from all directions, not only from inside their own datacenters but also from the cloud and the edge, driven by such trends as the Internet of Things (IoT), the growing use of multiple clouds – both public and private – a proliferation of devices at the edge and applications being created and moved in rapidly increasing numbers of containers. Contained

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Predictions 2020: Cloud computing sees new alliances and new security concerns

Source:-zdnet.com In 2020, the cloud computing market will sees interesting new alliances and face new security concerns. Read Forrester’s 2020 cloud predictions to find out more. Last year, Forrester predicted that enterprises would start modernizing core business apps with cloud computing in 2019, and that transformation has indeed taken off. 2019 also brought major acquisitions (IBM completed its acquisition of Red Hat, and VMware reabsorbed Pivotal) and surprising new alliances (Oracle partnered with Microsoft on high-speed links between Oracle Cloud

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Medlife Uses AWS to Efficiently Manage Containers and SMS

Source: crn.in India’s healthcare system is vast and dispersed, with both public and private systems in place and varying degrees of quality between rural and urban clinics. Providers are often spread across great distances, and patients may have to visit three or more sites to access care. Medlife was launched in 2014 as an online pharmacy and one-stop healthcare platform, offering consultation with in-house doctors via outbound calls, as well as lab services at its diagnostic center in Bangalore. Catering

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Containers 102: Kubernetes and the Basics of Container Orchestration

Source: redmondmag.com To know containers is to know Kubernetes, the gold standard for container orchestration and deployment. Here’s an explainer for how Kubernetes works and what makes it tick. In the first installment in this series, you learned about why and how containers became a new paradigm in IT infrastructure. When containers first emerged, there was a quick race to develop a container management system to provide functionality like networking, high availability and — important for database workloads — persisted

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How to change a root password in a Docker image

Source: techrepublic.com If you deploy Docker containers based on an official imagine, you might want to set a root password for heightened security. You’ve probably already read that some Docker images were released with null passwords. This could have easily led to serious security issues on any container you might have deployed with that pulled image. Although this isn’t typical, you might want your containers to deploy with a heightened sense of security. While this may not be the best

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Powering Edge With Kubernetes: A Primer

Source: containerjournal.com Adoption of Kubernetes into data centers or cloud has been remarkable since it was released in 2014. As an orchestrator of lightweight application containers, Kubernetes has emerged to handle and schedule diverse IT workloads, from virtualized network functions to AI/ML and GPU hardware resources. Kubernetes’ core capabilities have improved exponentially as IT workloads have become more diverse and new technologies introduced. Kubernetes is now being adopted at edge infrastructure, which has fewer capacity resources and a persistent connection to the

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Containers and Cybersecurity: Ansible, Kubernetes, More to Consider

Source:- channelfutures.com Containers are a very big deal in enterprise computing right now. If your organization isn’t already using them, then trends indicate it probably will soon. This application virtualization technology has had profound implications for some companies that have embraced DevOps, and there is plenty of potential for it to have a similar impact on security operations. To understand why, it’s good to start with an understanding of just what containers are. A modern application is a collection of

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