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Tutorial: First Look at Dapr for Microservices Running in Kubernetes

5 days 17 hours ago

In a previous article, I introduced the architecture and building blocks of Dapr, a portable, event-driven runtime for distributed systems originally developed by Microsoft. To appreciate the platform, let’s zoom into the state management building block of Dapr. This hands-on guide will walk you through all the steps involved in dealing with state management in Dapr. […]

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KEDA Brings Event-Driven Autoscaling to Kubernetes

5 days 17 hours ago

The Kubernetes event-driven Autoscaling (KEDA) open source project has come a long way since its debut last May at the Red Hat Summit, when joint creators Microsoft and Red Hat first open sourced the project. Last November, it saw the release of KEDA 1.0 at KubeCon+CloudNativeCon North America, and now KEDA is in the first […]

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Deep Neural Network AI Reconstructs Mysterious Image Hidden in Picasso Painting

5 days 17 hours ago

As artificial intelligence continues to develop apace, it’s clear that AI will in all likelihood make huge gains in a wide range of fields, extending from making medical diagnoses and financial predictions, to automated fact-checking. What’s less apparent is what kind of role AI will play in more creative industries, as it’s recently done in […]

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Achieving Full Disk Encryption and PCI Compliance

6 days 7 hours ago

Full disk encryption (FDE) is a critical security measure in today’s modern networks. With data security being more critical than ever, many IT admins are wondering how they can enforce full disk encryption across their fleets of cross-platform systems. Many organizations are also subject to compliance regulations including PCI DSS, which require FDE as a […]

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Zach DeMeyer

Cloud Confessions: Full Stack APM Is a Necessity

6 days 9 hours ago

IT environments have become more dynamic and complex, which has created the need for robust monitoring tools. As a result, companies are increasingly adopting more than one platform, catapulting us into the multi-cloud era. Technology professionals are also embracing and acknowledging the need for comprehensive, full-stack application monitoring and management, bringing application performance management (APM) […]

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David Wagner

The Definition of Faster in the Age of App Capital

6 days 10 hours ago

Businesses want speed. One of the impacts of digital transformation—and the associated pressure to succeed in an app economy—is the desire to move at speed. Nearly half (48%) of organizations are driven by digital transformation to deploy faster according to our State of Application Services 2019. But it’s not all about deployment. It’s also about […]

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Lori MacVittie

Why Dynatrace Says AI Is the Answer for ‘Single Panel’ Observability for Cloud Native

6 days 14 hours ago

The life of DevOps team members these days is often fraught with chasing down and prioritizing often numerous bugs and security holes. In addition to having to spend valuable time sifting through numerous false positives while scrambling to decide what needs to be fixed first, you often have to work with separate application performance management […]

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How Much Will App Services Like Service Mesh Grow?

6 days 21 hours ago

Network management services for modern architectures, such as the service mesh and the API gateway, are increasingly on IT professionals’ roadmaps, especially within public cloud environments. Notably, 37% of IT professionals expect to start using service meshes in the public cloud in the next year, but actual adoption rates may be significantly lower if the […]

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Chaosmesh: Chaos Engineering for Every Layer

6 days 21 hours ago

As chaos engineering undergoes increasing popularity, German IT consulting firm Codecentric has spun off chaos engineering startup Chaosmesh. Benjamin Wilms, together with Dennis Schulte and Johannes Edmeier, launched Chaosmesh last October with backing from Codecentric, their former employer, and its founder and former CEO Mirko Novakovic. Wilms previously released Chaos Monkey for Spring Boot in […]

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Cloud Security 2021: 4 Key Trends Not to Miss 

6 days 21 hours ago

Prisma, from Palo Alto Networks, sponsored this post, following its Cloud Native Security Live, 2020 Virtual Summit held Feb. 11, 2020. Cloud services have become a multibillion-dollar industry — and the growth of this burgeoning market shows no sign of abating. With Gartner forecasting a 17% year-over-year surge in public cloud revenue for 2020, it’s […]

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Wind River Launches CD Platform for Embedded Systems

1 week ago

Wind River is fostering the adoption of DevOps processes for embedded systems by making available a continuous delivery (CD) platform that its customers can download. Glenn Seiler, vice president for open source strategy for Wind River, said the CD platform is based on an open source instance of the Jenkins continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform. […]

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Mike Vizard

SaltStack Updates Enterprise IT Automation Framework

1 week ago

SaltStack has partnered with Tenable.io to make it possible to pull vulnerability data into the enterprise edition of its namesake IT automation framework. In addition, version 6.2 of SaltStack Enterprise now integrates with the IT operations analytics platform from Splunk to make it possible to configure the Splunk Universal Forwarder to index and analyze events […]

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Mike Vizard

Synopsys Advances DevSecOps via IDE Plugin

1 week ago

Synopsys has extended the static application security testing (SAST) and software composition analysis (SCA) of the Code Sight plugin it makes available for integrated development environments (IDEs). The latest iteration of Code Sight adds the ability to analyze declared and transitive open source dependencies to identify components with known security issues alongside SAST findings without […]

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Mike Vizard

Integrating IBM Z and LinuxONE into the Red Hat OpenShift developer ecosystem

1 week ago

By Willie Tejada, GM & Chief Developer Advocate, IBM Cognitive Applications https://developer.ibm.com/blogs/willie-tejada-redhat-openshift-ibmz/ My role at IBM is to make sure that we’re equipping developers with the tools and resources you need, along with the selection and guard rails you prefer, to help you focus your efforts entirely on innovation. Security is key to unlocking the […]

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Deborah Schalm

Into the hybrid cloud future: Red Hat OpenShift is now available for IBM Z and LinuxONE

1 week ago

By Ross Mauri, General Manager, IBM Z https://www.ibm.com/blogs/systems/red-hat-openshift-now-available-ibm-z-linuxone/ Today we are pleased to announce that Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is generally available for IBM Z® and IBM LinuxONE™. Red Hat is a leader in hybrid cloud and enterprise Kubernetes, with more than 1,000 customers already using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. With the availability […]

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Deborah Schalm

Datical Names Dion Cornett as President, Closes 2019 with Continued Year-over-year Growth

1 week ago

Former Red Hat and MariaDB Executive to Drive Investment in Open Source Community for Database Change; Company’s Sustained Growth Garners Funding, Fuels Launch of Liquibase Pro and Support for Cloud-native Databases   AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Datical, the leading provider of database release automation solutions, today announced the appointment of seasoned […]

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Deborah Schalm

Automation Hacks for DevOps Teams

1 week ago

DevOps teams are expected to do more work in less time. They need to plan, test, build, secure and release applications at a fast-paced rate. Of course, the DevOps team needs to achieve all of this while maintaining high software quality. This is why automation is a crucial part of the DevOps workflow. The goal […]

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Gilad David Maayan