Brain and Immunity: Enterprise Service Mesh Kong gets what many long for

Service control platform-to-be Kong Enterprise has begun adding intelligent automation and monitoring features into the mix. On its way from API to service control platform,...

LogicMonitor launches Kubernetes monitoring, Azure services updates

LogicMonitor has added Kubernetes monitoring to the feature lineup of its SaaS platform. The monitoring outfit’s take on Kubernetes monitoring relies on a pair of...

Tumblr engineers can’t contain their modernisation tools

Tumblr has open sourced a trio of tools it built to help modernise and move the 12-year-old infrastructure and blogging platform to a combination...

Interview: Docker’s Banjot Chanana on how containers look better with Windows

Containers are the key to building that dream pipeline that will help you shake off your legacy applications and innovate to your heart’s content....

Kubernetes co-founder Joe Beda to kick off Continuous Lifecycle London

We're very pleased to announce that Joe Beda, one of the founders of Kubernetes, will be delivering a keynote at Continuous Lifecycle London in...

AWS uses Firecracker to blow-up Fargate price list

AWS has slashed prices on its container friendly Fargate service, leaving EC2 users with some sums to do as to where best to run...
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Yes, we know containers are insecure. No, we won’t stop deploying them…

Almost half of organizations running containers in production know they contain security vulnerabilities, and almost as many simply don’t know, but they’re all going...

Containers for all – are we there yet?

If you’re trying to catchup with the modern software development life cycle, container technology seems to almost be a given. The reality however looks...

Interview: For the FT’s Sarah Wells it’s problem first, tech second

It’s easy to forget that not everyone has the perfectly automated pipeline in place and as exciting as projects such as Kubernetes sound, most...

Clueless on Kubernetes? You’re not alone, says Heptio

Kubernetes may seem like manifest destiny but just getting started remains one of its biggest hurdles with the single greatest challenge being lack of...

A serverless, blockchain world? Yes, but let’s get Oracle customers cloud native first…

Chad Arimura has a vision of a world where blockchain and serverless computing combine so that functions can be downloaded from a marketplace and...

Docker Store and Cloud shuttered – users sent to Hub

If you’re looking for the Docker Store today, don’t bother. It’s been bundled into Docker Hub as of this week, along with Docker cloud. The...

CloudBees Xs up Jenkins, partners with Pivotal, peers into future

CloudBees has put Jenkins X to the fore in a raft of announcements at Kubecon this week, less than a year after the cloud...

etcd finds new home at CNCF

CoreOS has moved to secure the independence of etcd by donating the distributed key-value store to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. The project was started...

Operators = good, building them = meh? Maestro to the rescue

Mesosphere again extended the open source universe by announcing operator building tool Maestro. Operators are methods of packing, deploying and managing applications deployed on Kubernetes...

Oracle shows up at KubeCon bearing ‘comprehensive cloud native framework’

Oracle crashed the party at KubeCon today, promising to free developers from vendor lock-in with what it claims is the “most comprehensive cloud native...