GUEST OPINION: At a time when digital transformation has become central to business, even the most important applications come with a 'use-by' date. Left unchecked, legacy code inside these applications can become a hindrance over time, limiting DevOps teams whose job it is to innovate.
GUEST OPINION: Companies are adopting cloud native technologies faster than ever before. With new technology comes new threats and challenges, so it’s no surprise that we’re seeing an increasing number of cyber threats targeting cloud native environments.
GUEST OPINION: The conflict between Russia and Ukraine is raging not only in the physical realm but also on the cyber front, where governments, hacktivist groups, and individuals are trying to play their part. Here we analyse some examples of the cyberattacks that have taken place as part of the current conflict and review their methods and impact.
Oracle has announced 11 new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services and capabilities that will become available during 2022.
A new survey conducted by conducted by Opinium Research for Veritas Technologies has found that a large majority of Kubernetes environments are unprotected against ransomware – even though more than half of the respondents say they have already experienced such an attack.
It's easy to see why Kubernetes is popular; it's a flexible, scalable, open-source platform that streamlines the task of managing containers. Yet, it can also be complex to learn and debug. Enter Devtron Labs, a DevOps accelerator providing open-source intelligent software delivery workflow, delivering seamless, simple, scalable, and secure Kubernetes transformation.
GUEST OPINION: While 2020 and 2021 were marked by COVID-19, 2022 is set to be a year of recovery with organisations settling into new ways of working.
GitHub is holding its annual GitHub Universe conference this week with new features announced adding even more power to the site’s GitHub Actions, GitHub Copilot, and GitHub Codespaces, and introducing GitHub Issues.
Security tool vendor Snyk recently added code scanning to its range of tools for DevSecOps practitioners.
COMPANY NEWS: Kong, the cloud connectivity company, today announced a collaboration with Red Hat to deliver the Kong Konnect service connectivity platform on the industry's leading enterprise Kubernetes platform, Red Hat OpenShift. As part of this collaboration, Kong has achieved Red Hat Operator Certification for Kong Konnect on Red Hat OpenShift. Kong is among the first Red Hat partners in API management to establish a technology collaboration and Operator certification for Red Hat OpenShift. The Kong Konnect solution can enable enterprises to accelerate time to market for new cloud native applications as the adoption of containers and Kubernetes soars.
Global software company Oracle today announced Oracle Verrazzano, an open-source curated stack providing a complete one-stop-shop secure container platform.
Veritas Technologies' NetBackup backup software now incorporates ransomware protection for containerised environments, immutability for Amazon S3, and integrated anomaly detection.
Interest in containers means interest in container backup, and that means interest in Kasten K10.
Amazon Elastic Container Service Anywhere – which allows on-premises container-based applications to be run and managed using the same APIs and tools that apply to Amazon ECS in AWS – is now generally available, including AWS's Sydney region.
Version 4.0 of Kasten by Veeam's K10 Kubernetes backup and disaster recovery software addresses the scourge of ransomware as well as delivering other improvements.
Red Hat has announced the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4, forming the foundation of the company’s new Red Hat Edge Initiative to power the next wave of edge computing.
Australian mainframe users face a lengthy journey to the cloud, according to Accenture, but it seems that just dipping a toe into the water can be counterproductive.
IBM subsidiary and open source vendor Red Hat is to acquire container and Kubernetes security specialist StackRox.
Australian machine learning company Trellis Data has successfully completed a funding round for growth capital, raising $3 million with support from lead investor, CSIRO’s Main Sequence Ventures.
AWS has announced an unusually wide-ranging collection of new products and features.
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