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Cryptography
Entrust nShield security models certified with VMware Kubernetes Grid
"As more enterprises are building applications using microservices and multi-cloud architectures, being able to better secure data and enable privacy and protection at scale is critical to their success and security."
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Pure Storage
Pure Storage expands portfolio with FlashStack now delivered as-a-Service
Pure Storage has announced further expansion of its subscription services portfolio, with FlashStack now delivered as-a-Service.
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Kubernetes
Pure Storage named leader in Kubernetes storage report
Pure Storage has been named the leader in the GigaOm Radar Report for Enterprise Kubernetes Storage.
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DevSecOps
Security remains top concern in Kubernetes adoption - report
State of Kubernetes Security: Concerns remain - and are slowing down innovation.
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Mergers and Acquisitions
WSO2 acquires Aussie-based Platformer, drives innovation for developers
WSO2 has acquired Platformer, with the intention of extending Kubernetes capabilities and empowering enterprise developers and DevOps.
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Developers
SnapLogic launches updates to integration platform in a bid to boost productivity
These new additions have the aim of improving user productivity through extending platform performance and reliability, and adding API management and anomaly detection capabilities.
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Pure Storage
Pure Storage launches channel incentives and updates
“We are thrilled to see our partners’ continued momentum with Pure as-a-Service and are excited to deliver new opportunities for partners to make an impact through our unique and differentiated subscription offerings.”
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Servers
Confluent announces new cloud platform for Kubernetes
Confluent has announced Confluent for Kubernetes, its new platform purpose-built to bring cloud-native capabilities to data streams in private infrastructures. 
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Open source
Red Hat to release Enterprise Linux version 8.4
Red Hat, has introduced new capabilities and enhancements to its enterprise Linux platform, which it says will further Red Hat Enterprise Linux as a foundation for the open hybrid cloud for data centres and edge deployments.
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Australia
OVHcloud launches new solutions for Australian market
"Working with our Australian and global teams, we’re able to leverage the best-in-class technologies and processes to provide our customers across SMEs and enterprise industries with accelerated innovative offerings."
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DevOps
Dynatrace greatly expands infrastructure monitoring capabilities
The announcement means DevOps teams will be better placed to search and analyse logs from any source, all in a centralised location, without log-targeting or manual intervention. 
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Artificial Intelligence
How to utilise AI to optimise the cloud and Kubernetes workloads with CAST AI
In 2019, CAST AI saw the great potential in the fusion of AI and cloud, and the company was born: a cloud optimisation platform that reduces cloud costs, optimises DevOps, and uses AI to automate disaster recovery via multi-cloud. 
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Hybrid Cloud
Microsoft unveils new Azure Arc hybrid and multicloud capabilities
Across industries, companies are investing in hybrid and multicloud technologies to ensure they have the flexibility to innovate anywhere and meet evolving business needs.
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Cyber attacks
Increase in emergence of new cloud watering hole attacks
"Cloud native apps and services are more vital than ever before, and any risk in the infrastructure has critical implications."
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Artificial Intelligence
Databricks launches on Google Cloud
Under the partnership, organisations can now use Databricks to create a lakehouse capable of data engineering, data science, machine learning, and analytics on Google Cloud’s global, scalable, and elastic network. 
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Kubernetes
Jetstack's new flagship product brings security to cloud native platforms
“With Jetstack Secure our customers can see a detailed view of each cluster and an instant visual status of all workload certificates, including their association with Kubernetes resources."
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Trend Micro
Trend Micro adds cloud-native container security to Cloud One Services Platform
Designed to ease the security of container builds, deployments and runtime workflows, the new service helps developers accelerate innovation and minimise application downtime across Kubernetes environments.
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Amazon Web Services / AWS
Boomi releases Kubernetes Molecule on AWS
Introduces elasticity and scalability for Boomi data management with AWS. Also, joins AWS Public Sector Partner Program.
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Red Hat
Red Hat to acquire Kubernetes-native security provider StackRox
Red Hat will further expand its security offering, adding StackRox's complementary capabilities to strengthen integrated security across its open hybrid cloud portfolio.
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Application Performance Monitoring / APM
New Relic acquires Kubernetes observability platform Pixie Labs
New Relic is set to take over Pixie Labs, a company that specialises in machine intelligence observability platform for Kubernetes development.
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Cloud Storage
NetApp software-optimised Cloud Volumes Service for Google Cloud comes to APAC
NetApp and Google Cloud have announced the availability of the containerised, software-based variant of NetApp Cloud Volumes Service in the Asia Pacific. 
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Amazon Web Services / AWS
Veeam AWS backup v3 adds support for RDS
Veeam Backup for AWS v3 now delivers AWS-native backup and recovery of Amazon RDS databases.
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Cloud Security
Adoption of cloud-native apps high but security remains an issue - report
While most organisations today are using cloud-native apps, Kubernetes and microservices, they struggle to secure and connect the complex environments resulting from them. 
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Windows
GCloud VMware Engine available in Sydney cloud region
Businesses in the A/NZ region can deploy Google Cloud VMware Engine closer to their operations and unlock new growth opportunities.