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IBM Doubles Down on Red Hat Kubernetes Storage Platform

Oct 5, 2022

IBM Doubles Down on Red Hat Kubernetes Storage Platform Scott Baker, chief marketing officer for IBM Storage, says it’s clear the storage technologies used to create Red Hat ODF are going to be applicable to a wider range of use cases beyond cloud-native applications running on Kubernetes clusters. Those core components include an instance of the open source Ceph object storage operating system, the Rook orchestrator for Kubernetes and the NooBaa data management platform. Brent Compton, senior director for Red Hat Storage, says the goal is to build a unified storage platform that bridges cloud computing and on-premises IT environments to better enable bi-directional application and data mobility. IBM has multiple storage platforms, but this transition clearly signals that Ceph is going to become the basis of its storage strategy going forward. IBM says it will take over responsibility for the future development of Ceph, Rook and NooBaa projects in addition to all sales and marketing activities. It’s not clear how widely adopted Red Hat ODF is, but Compton says the rate at which stateful applications are being built on Kubernetes clusters running in both the cloud and on-premises IT environment has greatly accelerated. In fact, many of those stateful applications are being deployed on edge computing platforms to process and analyze data at the point where it is created and consumed. There is no shortage of options when it comes to Kubernetes , but the biggest impediment to achieving hybrid cloud computing is the fact that data is not easily moved from one platform to another. In fact, most applications today are deployed within the confines of a single cloud or on-premises IT environment, which naturally results in a lot of data silos that are managed in isolation from one another. As a result, the total cost of IT only increases each time an organization opts to deploy an application on a different platform and these data silos prevent most organizations from truly achieving hybrid cloud computing success. It’s not clear how long it might take IBM to realize its vision for eliminating the data silos that impede true hybrid cloud computing, but as more applications access data strewn across multiple cloud platforms the issue is becoming a bigger concern. Applications are not only invoking microservices to access data across a highly distributed computing environment, but the types of data being accessed are also becoming more diverse. In the meantime, organizations are investing in hiring data engineers alongside DevOps teams to implement best practices for automating the management of diverse storage systems. The expectation is a set of DataOps best practices will be defined that, in many ways, mimic the processes created to automate application development and deployment. The goal should be to modernize data management in a way that simplifies what is currently a highly fractured storage environment. Naturally, none of those goals are going to be achieved overnight, but it’s apparent that, as object storage systems mature, there’s a lot more opportunity for progress. Mike Vizard Mike Vizard is a seasoned IT journalist with over 25 years of experience. He also contributed to IT Business Edge, Channel Insider, Baseline and a variety of other IT titles. Previously, Vizard was the editorial director for Ziff-Davis Enterprise as well as Editor-in-Chief for CRN and InfoWorld. Techstrong TV – Live 18 October 2022 In the magical world of open source, there is always room for collaboration, innovation, transparency and limitless customization. Some of the largest and most security-focused enterprises are fully embracing open source testing tools as a crucial part of their product strategy. However, some are still hesitant to adopt open source in their projects. The post Open Sourcery: Vanquish Your Open Source Testing Silos appeared first on [...] 18 October 2022 When delivering customer experiences from the cloud, defending the app (and the data it houses or the business it represents) is a priority. DevSecOps’ “You build it, you run it, you secure it” mindset helps, especially when all teams are empowered with the info they need to “see it, regardless of where it is.” The post Next-Level DevSecOps: Overcoming the Silos appeared first on [...] 17 October 2022 Attend this webinar to hear the latest 2022 DevOps and the Public Cloud research from Techstrong Research. Techstrong Research’s latest quarterly survey of 700 development professionals, managers and senior leaders across 20 industries shows growing interest in products not typically offered by cloud providers of any size. The post The Move to the Distributed Cloud: What DevOps Expects from Public Cloud Providers appeared first on [...] 13 October 2022 In this webinar, the Fairwinds team will demonstrate how to configure your Kubernetes clusters to avoid these issues and ensure your apps are ready to scale properly. The post AWS Karpenter Readiness: Are Your Apps Ready to Move appeared first on [...] 13 October 2022 Neither CI/CD platforms used for DevSecOps nor SRE-Ops and Security SIEMs used for in-production security are sufficient to achieve continuous security. It’s time we move faster to stitch together the security initiatives that cover software development and production. We do this for root cause analysis of software defects; isn’t it even more critical to do […] The post Accelerating Continuous Security With Value Stream Management appeared first on [...] 26 October 2022  Learn how to define and enforce zero-trust segmentation for network, processes and file access within any Kubernetes cluster without impacting performance. We’ll compare traditional, deny list-based security controls against modern, zero-trust allow list-based controls followed by a demonstration of how zero-trust can protect against zero-day attacks as well as exploits such as Log4j and Spring4shell. The post Zero-Effort Zero-Trust for Blocking Zero-Days in Kubernetes appeared first on Security Boulevard. [...] 26 October 2022 Continuous Testing is an established practice within Continuous Delivery, where testing and quality are embedded through every phase of the software delivery lifecycle – from planning to production. For testing to be truly continuous, all of its sub-processes – such as test definition and automation, service virtualization, test data management, analytics and orchestration – must.. The post Zero-Effort Zero-Trust for Blocking Zero-Days in Kubernetes appeared first on Security Boulevard. [...] 19 October 2022 During this webinar, Mackenzie Jackson, developer advocate at GitGuardian, will discuss this model in detail, highlight the benefits of automated secrets detection and remediation and describe how these can be used to infuse security into development workflows. The post Secrets Management and DevSecOps: An Enterprise Maturity Model appeared first on Security Boulevard. [...] 12 October 2022 The first incarnation of software composition analysis (SCA) technologies came in 2002 when dependencies were a relatively minor issue in software development. Much has changed in 20 years, and modern applications are made up of 90% third-party code. Today, dependencies exist across all phases of the SDLC, not just in application code. Furthermore, the increasing.. The post Next-Gen SCA: Securing Modern SDLCs With Pipeline Composition Analysis appeared first on Security Boulevard. [...]

NooBaa Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was NooBaa founded?

    NooBaa was founded in 2013.

  • Where is NooBaa's headquarters?

    NooBaa's headquarters is located at Jerusalem.

  • What is NooBaa's latest funding round?

    NooBaa's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of NooBaa?

    Investors of NooBaa include Red Hat, Jerusalem Venture Partners, Akamai, OurCrowd and Microsoft ScaleUp.

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