Rancher Labs Adds Support for Longhorn Storage on Kubernetes Clusters

Source:-containerjournal.com Rancher Labs today announced the general availability of Longhorn, which provides Kubernetes clusters with access to block storage to enable IT organizations to deploy distributed stateful applications. Longhorn is open source software originally developed by Rancher Labs that is now a sandbox project being developed under the auspices of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Rancher Labs CEO Sheng Liang says the company is now providing commercial support for Longhorn to its customers that employ the distribution of Kubernetes

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COVID-19: Responding To The Business Impacts Of Docker Monitoring Market-Segment Market Trends, Analysis And Forecast 2019 – 2037

Source:-watercloudsolutions.com The Docker Monitoring market research encompasses an exhaustive analysis of the market outlook, framework, and socio-economic impacts. The report covers the accurate investigation of the market size, share, product footprint, revenue, and progress rate. Driven by primary and secondary researches, the Docker Monitoring market study offers reliable and authentic projections regarding the technical jargon.All the players running in the global Docker Monitoring market are elaborated thoroughly in the Docker Monitoring market report on the basis of proprietary technologies, distribution

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A Closer Look At Azure Arc – Microsoft’s Hybrid And Multi-Cloud Platform

Source:-forbes.com At Build 2020, Microsoft has announced the public preview of Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes. Azure Arc, the hybrid and multi-cloud platform was originally announced at the Ignite conference last year. I spent the weekend exploring the architecture of Azure Arc along with the key scenarios it enables for enterprise customers. Here is an analysis of Azure Arc along with the features available in public preview: Azure Arc delivers three capabilities – managing VMs running outside of Azure, registering and managing

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DOCKER MONITORING MARKET 2020 GLOBAL SIZE, SHARE, TREND AND FORECAST 2025

Source:-coleofduty.com Docker Monitoring Market 2020 Global Size, Share, Trend and Forecast 2025 The report Global Docker Monitoring Market highlights the several aspects such as the several factors such as share of the market, size of the market, and the regions which are being covered. In addition, the Global Docker Monitoring Market report also covers the regions which are being covered for the estimated market. It also consists of the detailed analysis of the recent developments which are being analyzed for

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Microsoft to hackers: Break our Azure Sphere Linux IoT OS and earn up to $100k

Source:-zdnet.com Microsoft puts up a $100,000 bounty for critical bugs affecting its Linux-based OS for Azure Sphere. Microsoft has launched the Azure Sphere Research Challenge, offering approved security researchers individual rewards of up to $100,000 for dangerous exploits that break the security of Azure Sphere, its Linux-based platform for internet-connected (IoT) devices. Azure Sphere consists of a custom Linux kernel and OS, a connected microcontroller, and a cloud-based security service that ensures IoT devices like fridges and washing machines can

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WHAT IS AZURE CONFIDENTIAL COMPUTING BUILT ON INTEL HARDWARE?

Source:-analyticsindiamag.com We know data security is a topic that should not be taken lightly, particularly when the majority of workloads have been shifted to the cloud. In a world where cloud platforms process payment transactions and financial records, security becomes paramount. Microsoft, with its Azure DCsv2-Series virtual machines (VMs), is now aiming to ensure data security via confidential computing. Microsoft is a part of Confidential Computing Consortium along with other large tech players. The whole idea behind confidential computing is

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Red Hat’s strategy for achieving hybrid cloud dominance

Source:-crn.com.au Red Hat might no longer be an independent company, but the IBM subsidiary’s ambitious strategy to ascend to the top of the hybrid cloud market centers on an infrastructure stack that is open, comprehensive, integrated across clouds, and entirely independent of provider or environment. That approach, as the company sees it, offers customers a unique value proposition in the cloud era—a portfolio of integrated solutions that ease life for developers who simply want to write code, and have little,

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OPENSHIFT, KUBERNETES, AND THE HYBRID CLOUD

Source:-nextplatform.com For all the talk of cloud computing for the past decade and a half, for all the growth that the hyperscale public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud have undergone in recent years, these are still the early days of the cloud. The bulk of workloads still live in the on premises datacenters of tens of millions of enterprises worldwide. And for any number of reasons, ranging from ongoing security or compliance concerns or

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NetApp’s Project Astra Aims To Unite Persistent Storage, Kubernetes

Source:- Project Astra is targeted at what NetApp called a big drawback to increased adoption of Kubernetes, namely the lack of persistent storage as containerized applications and data are moved between devops through production or between clouds and on-prem. NetApp on Wednesday unveiled a new initiative aimed at bringing enterprise-class storage services to the Kubernetes container platform as a way to manage applications and data as they move between on-premises and multi-cloud environments. The initiative, named Project Astra, is not

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Kubernetes 1.18 adds more power, addresses shortcomings

Source:-theserverside.com Kubernetes is no doubt a powerful technology, but it has its shortcomings. For example, debugging under Kubernetes has always been a challenge. When it started out, Kubernetes was intended to run on Linux systems, and running Kubernetes under Windows has yet to achieve its full potential. Also, there are still troubles with how to manage unintended changes that that could corrupt an entire Kubernetes cluster. Kubernetes 1.18 promises to provide several features that will address these shortcomings. Let’s look

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