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eWEEK VIDEO: Tom Gillis, SVP and general manager at VMware, outlines why intrinsic security is the key to reducing risk.
EXCLUSIVE: NeuVector is extending its deep packet inspection container firewall technology to provide data loss prevention capabilities, to help organizations mitigate the risk of personally identifiable data loss.
The open-source containerd project has reached the highest level of project status within the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, becoming a graduated project, signifying a major achievement that recognizes the project's stability, code quality and security.
A new open-source effort led by Rancher Labs looks to provide a more optimized, lightweight version of Kubernetes for edge and embedded use cases.
NEWS ANALYSIS: New satellites are aimed at low-latency broadband, IoT and voice communications using relatively low-cost terminals and equipment and providing improved speeds. The Iridium Certus 9770, which is about the size of an iPhone X, can be used for pretty much any type of data an IoT...
The StackRox Container Security Platform 2.4 update includes enhanced capabilities to help organizations better secure Kubernetes cloud-native deployments.
Red Hat's competitive Docker container effort hits a major milestone with the release of Podman 1.0, which looks to provide improved performance and security for containers.
Researchers from CyberArk discovered a way to hack the popular Play-with-Docker training site, escaping the confines of the container isolation boundary, revealing misconfigurations that have now been fixed.
eWEEK TOP COMPANIES: New-gen data storage is all about providing the correct information on demand while at the same time maintaining data privacy for users at all levels. These requirements are the same for physical data center storage and for storage in a cloud service.
Red Hat is now previewing the next version of its flagship Linux platform, including integrated container capabilities and a major boost in the amount of physical memory that a system can support.
eWEEK DEEP DIVE: In this article, Walls, chief architect of IBM’s Flash Systems storage organization, provides insights into the current state of enterprise storage. Walls is particularly well-suited to that task since his remarkable three-decade-long IBM career spans key evolutions in modern...