Displaying items by tag: DevOps

Machine identity specialist Venafi's latest product is TLS Protect for Kubernetes. It works with the Venafi Control Plane to manage cloud native machine identities, such as TLS, mTLS and SPIFFE, across all of an enterprise's multi-cloud and multi-cluster Kubernetes environments.

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GUEST RESEARCH: Software intelligence company Dynatrace announced today the results of an independent global survey of 1,300 CIOs and senior DevOps managers, including 100 from Australia, in large organisations.

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GUEST OPINION: Venafi, the inventor and leading provider of machine identity management, has released its predictions for the cybersecurity landscape in 2023, indicating that this will be one the most challenging years yet for the cybersecurity industry.

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Fiberplane has announced the public beta of its real-time collaboration tool for site reliability engineers (SRE), allowing technical teams to rapidly mobilise and work together when debugging infrastructure issues spanning distributed systems and distributed teams.

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GUEST OPINION: Many companies, including GitHub, Credit Karma, Intuit and PayPal use GraphQL, which is a query language for application programming interfaces and a runtime for fulfilling queries with existing data.

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Tuesday, 15 November 2022 15:12

Fastly launches new era of edge observability

COMPANY NEWS: Fastly, the world’s fastest global edge cloud platform, has launched a new product line for edge observability, enhancing its delivery of advanced edge and origin visibility, analytics and more. By expanding existing real-time logging and metrics functionality, Fastly gives its customers the ability to build their own observability systems by surfacing real-time and historical data in a single pane of glass. Fastly customers can now interpret data and take quick meaningful action using near-instant deployment times.

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Kubernetes backup and disaster recovery specialist Kasten by Veeam has released Kasten by Veeam K10 V5.5, featuring new capabilities to support autonomous operations and cloud native expansion.

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 HashiCorp has announced the general availability of Terraform 1.3 and introduced significant enhancements to help users consistently provision and manage any cloud, infrastructure, and service.

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GUEST RESEARCH: Software intelligence company Dynatrace has announced the results of an independent global survey of 1,303 (including 100 from Australia) CIOs and senior cloud and IT operations managers in large organisations. The findings showed that as the move toward cloud-native architectures accelerates, the data generated by such environments outstrips current solutions' ability to produce meaningful analytics. CIOs noted that their teams rely on multiple, disparate monitoring and data analytics solutions to maintain observability and security, making it challenging to extract answers quickly and drive digital transformation forward.

Published in Guest Research
Thursday, 18 August 2022 14:37

Aqua Security’s Trivy adds CSPM capabilities

COMPANY NEWS: Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today announced the addition of cloud security posture management (CPSM) capabilities to the open source tool Aqua Trivy.

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GUEST OPINION: Driven by a desire to improve customer experiences and reduce operational costs, increasing numbers of organisations are undertaking significant digital transformation projects.

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GUEST OPINION: Managing applications as well as the network and compute infrastructure around them used to be easy. Everything sat in a private data centre and there weren't that many applications to begin with.

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GUEST OPINION: With large-scale cloud-native deployments becoming more prevalent, enterprises are trying to bring greater efficiency and speed to cloud-native security. To achieve this, they are moving to shift security left, implementing intelligent automation, cloud security posture management (CSPM), and cloud workload protection platforms (CWPPs).

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COMPANY NEWS: Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today announced a strategic partnership with CMD Solutions (CMD) to support customers looking to secure their cloud native applications, from build through to runtime, on AWS.

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Software intelligence company Dynatrace is adding features to its platform's release validation capabilities.

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COMPANY NEWS: Zscaler, the leader in cloud security, today announced its new Posture Control solution, designed to give organisations unified Cloud-Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP) functionality tailor-made to secure cloud workloads. Integrated into the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange, the Posture Control solution enables DevOps and security teams to efficiently prioritise and remediate risks in cloud-native applications earlier in the development lifecycle. The completely agentless solution correlates and prioritizes risks, such as unpatched vulnerabilities in containers and VMs, excessive entitlements and permissions, and cloud service misconfigurations.

Published in Company News
Tuesday, 21 June 2022 10:48

DevOps engineers find time to innovate

GUEST OPINION: Development teams are increasingly transitioning to agile software development and DevOps to deliver business value faster.

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Natalie Fair, PagerDuty's Regional Vice President, explains how PagerDuty is revolutionising operations, as the Sydney PagerDuty Summit 2022 showcases Incident Workflows and expanded Automation Actions and reinforces PagerDuty's ability to deliver immediate time to value.

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GUEST OPINION: Keen to speed up innovation and achieve a competitive edge, increasing numbers of Australian organisations are turning to cloud-native architectures and DevOps practices. The logic is that this will allow faster development cycles and give the ability to take advantage of new opportunities as they arise.

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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.

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