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New Relic, Inc., a leader in observability, announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Pixie Labs, a next generation machine intelligence observability solution for developers using Kubernetes. Pixie dramatically simplifies the process of troubleshooting and live debugging applications in Kubernetes environments by providing instant access to telemetry data without the need to manually …

Lockheed Martin successfully conducted a flight test mission featuring distributed processing onboard the U-2 Dragon Lady via Kubernetes containerization technology. The demonstration is a critical steppingstone toward creating a DevSecOps environment to enable the delivery of enhanced software capability to airborne assets in real-time. “The U-2 Kubernetes demonstration from mid-November not only advances the deployment …

Google Cloud announced that the Vera C. Rubin Observatory has entered into a three-year agreement to host its Interim Data Facility (IDF) on Google Cloud Platform. This collaboration will enable Rubin Observatory to make more accurate astronomy predictions and scientific discoveries, ushering in a new era in large-scale scientific computing astronomy workloads. Until the telescope …

We are excited to announce integration between Tanzu Mission Control and Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service, a component of vSphere 7 with Tanzu. With this integration, customers can centrally provision and manage the lifecycle of Tanzu Kubernetes clusters on vSphere 7 across multiple vCenter Server instances and/or multiple data centers via Tanzu Mission Control. This integration …

Guest post originally published on StackHawk’s blog by Zachary Conger, Senior DevOps Engineer at StackHawk Overview We love containers. At StackHawk we have always been fans of containers. From day one we made the decision to ship HawkScan (our application security scanning engine) as a container, and this is part of what makes it simple …

Kubernetes upgrades are always a tough undertaking when your clusters are running smoothly. Upgrades are necessary as every three months, Kubernetes releases a new version. If you do not upgrade your Kubernetes clusters, within a year, you can fall far behind. Rancher has always focused on solving problems, and they are at it again with …

Does Cloud Native technology replace older DevOps tools, like Kubernetes replacing configuration management?  Or does it supplement it instead?  Replacement is a popular narrative, but it’s much more effective to use the new technologies to enhance and rebuild the older ones.  In our case, we’re going to explain how we use Kubernetes, CloudEvents, and Knative …

SLOs are a lot easier with a service mesh in hand In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to easily create service health SLOs on Kubernetes with Prometheus, an open source time-series database, and Linkerd, an open source ultralight service mesh. You’ll see how using a service mesh can solve one of the hardest parts of SLOs: getting consistent …

Admit it, you’ve got them: legacy .NET applications in production supporting the business. How many times have you been asked the hard question of how you’re  going to run those apps in the cloud? It seems like an impossible task, taking something that was developed and has been running on the same, dedicated infrastructure, for …

Diamanti, the company that streamlines Kubernetes application and data management for today’s global enterprise, announced Diamanti Ultima, a new standalone software product based on Diamanti’s industry-leading Kubernetes data plane management solution. Diamanti Ultima delivers cloud-native data services with the only integrated networking and storage data plane solution that can extend across on-premises and cloud-based environments, …