Displaying items by tag: Kubernetes

VMblog visits the Containous booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.

Containous is on a mission to make routing simpler so developers can focus on building instead of operating. They deliver open source routing software specifically built for a world of containers and microservices. From Traefik the open source cloud native edge proxy and TraefikEE its commercial offering, to Maesh open source SMI-compliant Service Mesh for Kubernetes, their products are fitting in the cloud native landscape with a focus on openness, simplicity, scalability, reliability and high availability.

VMblog visits the Mirantis booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.

Mirantis provides a continuously delivered multi-cloud container management platform based on Kubernetes and a full stack of ecosystem technologies.

Kubernetes is creating a new way for enterprises to build and run software as they move to cloud. However, lifecycle management for a fleet of Kubernetes clusters with full stack support is an unsolved challenge. With the introduction of Mirantis Kubernetes-as-a-Service (KaaS), enterprises get zero touch, self-service Kubernetes clusters with a consistent developer experience across public clouds and on-prem infrastructure.

VMblog visits the Lacework booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.

Lacework brings a comprehensive platform approach to security for modern environments. As organizations operate in an environment from build time and DevOps into run time with workloads and accounts, it's far more efficient and accurate to apply a single security platform across this entire continuous set of operations.

Additionally, companies are using a mix of cloud, containers, on-prem, bare metal, and other ways to create and transact data and users. Point products for each of these scenarios does not give the level of insight required to effectively identify vulnerabilities. But having a platform provides deep visibility into activities, irrespective of how related or unrelated they are. Watch and learn how they approach security with a comprehensive, build-time to run-time approach. And see how their behavioral anomaly detection achieves more accurate understanding of risks and vulnerabilities.

VMblog visits the A10 Networks booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.

At the show, A10 Networks showcased their 5G Virtual Network Function (VNF) which can be deployed at Edge or in Core and provides enhanced security and traffic steering for 5G deployments. They offered an opportunity for attendees to see a real-time NFV solution, that demonstrates 5G capabilities for voice and video services.

VMblog visits the Pulumi booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego to learn more about their modern infrastructure as code platform.

Pulumi enables teams to create, deploy and manage cloud applications and infrastructure on any cloud - public, private, or hybrid - including AWS, Azure, GCP and Kubernetes, using open source tools and libraries. Using general purpose languages such as JavaScript, TypeScript, Python, Go and .NET (C#/F#/VB.NET), teams enjoy better productivity, sharing and reuse, and access to existing ecosystems of tools, test frameworks and more.

VMblog visits RackN during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.

Learn more about RackN and how they are helping to change the economics of the data center. They are building upon their open source project, Digital Rebar, and developing next generation infrastructure automation software for provisioning bare metal, VMs, clouds, and edges. And with that, they are also able to make Kubernetes deployments much more stable and predictable at the same time.

VMblog visits the A10 Networks booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.

DevOps, NetOps & SecOps are finding it challenging to manage application delivery and security across the multi-cloud. A10 Networks demonstrates solutions that will simplify these challenges whether your applications are on-premises, hybrid environment, multi-cloud, containers or in a Kubernetes environment.

VMblog visits the Rancher booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.

Rancher is a complete software stack for teams adopting containers. It addresses the operational and security challenges of managing multiple Kubernetes clusters across any infrastructure, while providing DevOps teams with integrated tools for running containerized workloads.

VMblog visits the Platform9 booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.

Platform9 Managed Kubernetes (PMK) is a Kubernetes service that ensures fully automated Day-2 operations with 99.9% SLA on any environment: in data-centers, public clouds, or at the edge.

Their unique SaaS Management Plane remotely monitors, optimizes and heals your Kubernetes clusters and underlying infrastructure. With automatic security patches, upgrades, proactive monitoring, troubleshooting, auto-healing, and more -- you can confidently run production-grade Kubernetes, anywhere.

VMblog visits the StackRox booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.

At the show, StackRox showcased how their deep integration with #Kubernetes delivers the next generation in container security to address a company's most critical security needs.

StackRox is a Kubernetes-native container security platform that leverages Kubernetes' declarative data and built-in controls for richer context, native enforcement, and continuous hardening. Their focus on Kubernetes helps DevOps and Security teams operationalize security across the full container lifecycle - build, deploy, and runtime. As a result, customers can enable security that's built in, not bolted on, realizing the power of security as code.

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