Kubernetes focuses on extendibility in 1.16 release (also: debugging might get easier)

The team behind container orchestrator Kubernetes has finished its third release of the year and made v1.16 available, which adds a couple...

Traefik reverse proxy celebrates 2.0 release with TCP support

The second major release of cloud native edge router Traefik is now available to download, adding TCP support and other good stuff...

Google’s Anthos blooms onto Istio, Cloud Run

Google has fleshed out its Anthos service, tying it to the Istio service mesh and extending it to the Cloud Run serverless...

Falco founder: Kubernetes security has to do better than “don’t worry – OH MY GOD”

It’s almost a year since Sysdig’s behavioral activity monitoring tool Falco entered the sandbox of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). We...

SUSE goes back to the future to secure containers with CaaS v4

SUSE has debuted the latest version of its CaaS container management platform, with a range of features to address user feedback on...

Istio gets experimental in major update v1.3

The Istio team has declared a “major update” in the shape of v1.3 of the service mesh, which comes with a brace...
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CNCF lights up new SIG targeting application delivery

The Cloud Native Computing Forum (CNCF) has cast its net beyond its core constituency of infrastructure developers with the launch of an...

Kubernetes veteran, Tim Hockin: In software, people are always wrong

It wasn’t that long ago that desktop applications were the thing everybody was spending their resources on. However, with the development of...

CNAB ready for prime time, says Docker

Docker announced yesterday that CNAB, a specification for creating multi-container applications, has come of age. The spec has made it to version...

Sumo Logic sees Serverless Computing, containers wooing cloud users

Companies are eager to adopt newer technologies in the cloud, according to a report from Sumo Logic. Serverless computing and containers are...

Google’s Dataproc lights up Spark on Kubernetes

Google has announced a Kubernetes-flavoured version of its Cloud Dataproc Hadoop and Spark service, giving customers an alternative to working with Yarn.

What’s the point: OpenShift on your laptop, Atlassian goes Premium, CloudBees and Spring Updates

Red Hat has announced a developer preview of Red Hat CodeReady Containers. Red Hat describes Code Ready Containers as bringing “a minimal,...

What’s the point: NSL for TensorFlow, AWS adds container insights, TeamCity and GitLab fixes

The TensoFlow team has introduced a new framework, which it says should allow both novice and advanced developers to train neural networks...

etcd strikes a balance, bolsters backend with 3.4 release

etcd hit v3.4 late last week, promising an improved storage backend, revamped raft voting process, and whole new client balancer, amongst a...

WAKE UP…Red Hat starts releasing OpenShift nightly builds

OpenShift has joined the ranks of projects offering nightly builds in a bid to help companies better plan deployments and integration work. 

HashiCorp looks into easier secret management for Kubernetes

HashiCorp has finished work on Consul 1.6 and offered a first insight on upcoming Vault features especially aimed at users of container...