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Europe ‘pulling ahead’ of US and APAC in DevSecOps

European firms are outperforming other regions when it comes to integrating security into DevOps practices.

That’s according to automation software provider Puppet’s latest State of DevOps Report, which this year canvassed 3,000 organisations to determine how far they have integrated security into their software development lifecycles.


Report: IBM to unite Cloud Foundry and Red Hat OpenShift

IBM today took the wraps off a new project that aims to bring Cloud Foundry to Red Hat’s OpenShift container platform.

The company showcased the experimental project at the Cloud Foundry Summit in The Hague, with TechCrunch reporting that IBM plans to turn the concept into a fully-fledged project that will allow Cloud Foundry users to deploy applications to OpenShift, while providing OpenShift customers with the Cloud Foundry experience.


Hybrid cloud-hungry enterprises are entrusting developers with key IT purchases

Developers exercise significant autonomy over the purchasing decisions of enterprises embracing cloud computing and hybrid strategies, according to new research released by IDC, that surveyed 2,500 developers.


VMware in talks to acquire Pivotal

While Pivotal has previously boasted that the majority of Fortune 500 companies use its services, including American and Southwest and Boeing, the company has laboured since its IPO in April 2018 and reported $31.7 million losses in its last financial quarter.


Google launches containers for machine learning applications, three months after AWS did the same

AWS released containers for machine learning applications in March Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has launched Deep Learning Containers, portable and consistent environments for developing, testing and deploying machine learning applications. The docker images, released in beta, work on cloud, on-premises, and across GCP products and services, including Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), AI Platform, Cloud Run,… Read More


New Kubernetes command-line flaw discovered

Latest kubectl vulnerability linked to incomplete patch of previous flaw discovered in March A security researcher has discovered a fresh flaw in container orchestration platform Kubernetes, which if exploited could allow attackers to place malicious containers on users workstations. The vulnerability affects the Kubernetes kubectl command-line tool, a tool that allows users to copy files… Read More


Google introduces release channels for Kubernetes Engine

Rapid channel is in alpha testing and brings support for Windows Containers At KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, taking place this week in Barcelona, Google announced that it will offer three release channels for its Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), targeting different risk tolerance and business requirements. GKE has always automated the delivery of new Kubernetes versions to… Read More


19% of the most popular Docker containers have no root password

Containers from the UK government, HashiCorp, Microsoft, Monsanto and Mesosphere are potentially affected 19.4 percent of the Docker store’s top 1000 containers have no root password, potentially exposing users’ systems to attacks under certain conditions. Last week, a similar flaw was found impacting the official Alpine Linux Docker image, when Talos researchers discovered that all… Read More



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