In this tutorial, we will install Splunk Connect for Kubernetes into an existing Splunk instance. Splunk Connect for Kubernetes provides a way to import and search your Kubernetes logging, object, and metrics data in Splunk.
We are excited to announce the availability of Kubernetes v1.13.2 for your clusters that are running in IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service.
IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service is giving you more control over granting users granular access to cluster resources like namespaces in IBM Cloud Identity and Access Management. As part of this enhanced access management capability, we are updating your Kubernetes Service clusters to support IAM service roles in addition to platform roles as of January 30, 2019.
Outlyer is now on IBM's Cloud Marketplace, and we've extended our agent to support IBM Cloud instance metadata so you can see all the details about your nodes in our status views.
Let's look at how the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service has been hosting Watson's AI workload so that you can see how AI workloads are different and better in the cloud.
In the run up to KubeCon, IBM Cloud announced new capabilities to ease Kubernetes operations and improve security across multiple cloud architectures.
IBM has partnered with Portworx to offer a Kubernetes storage and data management solution for stateful apps that is designed to take advantage of IBM Cloud network-attached block storage as well as new software-defined-storage-enabled bare metal servers.
Vulnerability Advisor is a component of the IBM Cloud Container Registry offering which scans Docker images that are stored in your registry for known vulnerabilities and configuration issues. Effective January 8, 2019, v2 of Vulnerability Advisor’s API will be deprecated and will no longer be usable.