What’s the point: AWS/PowerShell, GitLab, Docker Community Engine

AWS has announced PowerShell Core 6.0 support with AWS Lambda, delighting those who love Microsoft’s configuration tool AND Serverless. The new feature will enable PowerShell...

Sumo Logic sees surging Serverless, Containers adoption

If you’re using Serverless, Kubernetes, Docker and DevSecOps, congratulations - you’re in excellent company according to Sumo Logic’s latest delve into its customers’ application...

HashiCorp’s Consul starts Kubernetes integration marathon

If you wanted Kubernetes and Consul to work better together, you’re in luck: HashiCorp founder Mitchell Hashimoto just released a list of handy updates...

Cloud Natives loading up on containers, ditching servers

The cloud native world is in rude health and heading towards serverless, with AWS Lambda continuing to dominate the field, according to the CNCF’s...

Module support is the big thing in latest version of Google’s...

Docker, Kubernetes, Prometheus – most of the major containerisation infrastructure projects are written in Google’s programming language Go. A new release is therefore always...

Kube-hunter chaperones DevOps’ chase for Kubernetes cluster weaknesses

Container security company Aqua Security has released open source kube-hunter to assist DevOps folk in penetration testing their Kubernetes cluster. The tool is expected...

Microsoft goes public with Windows Container Support on Azure

Microsoft has pulled back the curtains on a public preview of Windows Container support on its Azure App service, giving customers free rein with...

Istio 1.0 – at your service

Nearly two years after development of Istio began, version 1.0 of the service mesh has been released to help tame complex microservice architectures. One month...

Google starts pronouncing serverless Kay-nay-tiv

With Serverless being the new next big thing and FaaS-on-Kubernetes projects popping up left and right, it was only a matter of time before...

GitLab pushes out 11.1, then patches it, as it clears decks...

GitLab pushed out version 11.1 of its platform, then promptly followed it up with a patch, just days before it embarks on its migration...