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New Relic (NYSE: NEWR), the observability company, announced a series of product innovations and enhancements at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022 to help millions of engineers take a daily, data-driven approach to Kubernetes observability. New Relic re-architected its Kubernetes integration to reduce the overhead associated with monitoring Kubernetes environments with an improved memory footprint, flexible scraping …

Cost optimization is a growing concern for organizations rapidly moving towards open-source and cloud-native projects based on Kubernetes. While flexibility remains one of the key strengths of Kubernetes, it often leads to excessive spending, due to overprovisioning of workload resources. The primary challenge with cost projection and control in a Kubernetes cost management ecosystem is …

You can tell the maturity of something by its challenges. For example, the problems of a 27-year-old are different from those of a 47-year-old. In case it’s not clear, this is my attempt at making a relatable analogy to the maturity of Kubernetes. Though, it might be more accurate to say Kubernetes has reached a …

API gateways play a vital role while exposing microservices. They are an additional hop in the network that the incoming request must go through in order to communicate with the services. An API gateway does routing, composition, protocol translation, and user policy enforcement after it receives a request from client and then reverse proxies it …

Kubernetes never existed without Baremetals !! If we say that, it would not be incorrect for enterprises at all. It is of no surprise that some of the personas have not been able to realize that fact. Not that, they need to but knowledge is the currency. And, our intention here is to explain just …

Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced Red Hat Application Foundations, a connected set of application services that together with Red Hat OpenShift, help accelerate containerized application development and delivery across hybrid and multicloud environments. Red Hat Application Foundations serves as a toolkit for organizations looking to quickly build and integrate application and data …

“The key to achieving world-class expertise in any skill, is to a large extent, a matter of practicing the correct way, for a total of around 10,000 hours” — Malcolm Gladwell in Outliers. Well, I’m certainly not a world-class expert, but I have put my 10,000 hours of deliberate practice into programming. Where did I …

Splunk and Google Cloud customers, this one’s for you: The first Hands-on-Lab of Splunk on Google Cloud is now live and ready for enrollees. If you haven’t tried it yet, Google Cloud Skills Boost provides hands-on educational experiences so you can learn what you need to know about operating in the cloud. Labs from Google …

Developers typically need to look at performance bottlenecks in production applications to determine the cause of the problem. To do this, you usually need information that can be collected through logs and code tools. Unfortunately, this approach is usually time-consuming and does not provide enough details about the underlying problem. A modern and more advanced …

A new beta release of the Application Service Adapter is now available for download. This release has many new exciting features that continue to expand the functionality of the Application Service Adapter in conjunction with the release of VMware Tanzu Application Platform version 1.1. The mission of the Application Service Adapter is to provide a Cloud Foundry …