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Past articles by Beth:

ChatGPT API sets stage for new wave of enterprise apps

Industry watchers say a new ChatGPT API more easily and cost-effectively allows for enterprise developers to incorporate generative AI into corporate apps. → Read More

Dynatrace security AI roots out Log4j, sets tone for roadmap

Dynatrace's Grail data lakehouse, dashboards and reporting features set the stage for its ambitions in security AI, including SIEM and threat intelligence. → Read More

Cisco samples OpenTelemetry-based observability tool blends

Product releases delivered this week and slated for next quarter will unify data collection and queries among Cisco observability tools using OpenTelemetry. → Read More

Knowledge graphs and GraphQL: What DevOps pros need to know

Knowledge graphs and GraphQL have infiltrated business analytics systems and are making their way into IT observability and automation products. → Read More

Observability tools add FinOps amid macroeconomic worries

FinOps features added to observability tools from Datadog and Sysdig this week reflect concerns about cloud cost management amid gloomy economic forecasts. → Read More

Embattled New Relic cuts Kubernetes observability overhead

New Relic boosted Kubernetes observability performance and began to branch out into security, but its reported earnings shortfalls amid tough competition. → Read More

Atlassian product expansion raises fresh integration questions

New Atlassian products for distributed teams and apps launched this week, but the vendor still has work to do to make its cloud services more cohesive. → Read More

Atlassian cloud outage could take days to resolve

Atlassian rolled out new products for distributed teams and apps this week, but downtime affecting its core cloud services overshadowed those launches. → Read More

ServiceNow pricing bucks tradition for incident response

Incident response SaaS based on last year's Lightstep acquisition is a new foray for ServiceNow usage-based pricing independent from its Now Platform. → Read More

Rancher Longhorn hones Kubernetes storage for edge computing

An update to SUSE's Rancher Longhorn positions it among an increasing number of Kubernetes storage choices for IT pros as mainstream edge computing usage grows. It's an environment where enterprises have a chance to start over with container-based infrastructure. → Read More

COVID-19 remote work forces shift on SecOps strategy

As the initial rush from central offices to remote work subsides amid a global pandemic, IT shops must reassess their SecOps strategy, including increased scrutiny on endpoints and the fine print on how SaaS collaboration systems are governed. → Read More

HashiCorp Vault secrets manager ups Enterprise edition value

Version 1.4 of the HashiCorp Vault secrets manager gives enterprises new incentives to choose the paid Enterprise version over the free open source version with support for data masking, a tailored Kubernetes Helm chart and a smoother disaster recovery workflow. → Read More

Red Hat OpenShift Tekton pipelines reflect strategic platform focus

Red Hat OpenShift 4.2 added preview support for Tekton pipelines and integration with CodeReady Containers on developer desktops, as Kubernetes management platforms present users with a broadening set of features at higher layers of the tech stack that go well beyond containers. → Read More

DoD's JEDI cloud contract favors AWS, with Microsoft on deck

With the long, drawn-out process of awarding the $10 billion JEDI cloud contract coming to a close, AWS has the odds. But with the DoD's heavy investment in Azure-based workloads, insiders believe Microsoft will be brought in to ensure AWS and Microsoft technologies play nicely together. → Read More

Docker Enterprise pricing shakeup leaves unanswered questions

Docker Enterprise pricing policies underwent a major change in the first quarter of 2019, but it's unclear what the long-term impact of the change will be on users as it hits their wallets. → Read More

Users forge ahead with Cloud Foundry-Kubernetes integration

The best way to deploy Cloud Foundry Kubernetes integration was the subject of consternation in 2018. But enterprise users have now found roles for each, as the community prepares to integrate the two platforms more deeply. → Read More

F5-NGINX deal reflects mainstream trend toward microservices

F5's NGINX acquisition shows that traditional IT market segments need software-defined networking tools to aid microservices management, and to align enterprise networks more closely with applications. → Read More

Latest Kubernetes monitoring, AIOps features trace DevOps trends

Kubernetes monitoring support and AIOps features become must-haves for IT vendors, which let enterprise DevOps pros use familiar tools as they learn to manage containers and microservices. → Read More

Enterprise SREs guide devs through Kubernetes in production

Kubernetes in production strikes a blow against NoOps, as enterprise developers look to platform engineering teams to help them digest the many nuances of container management. → Read More

Enterprise IT struggles with DevOps for mainframe

DevOps for mainframe environments presents a dilemma to enterprise IT pros: a risky swap-out of a core back-end system, or updating a platform never meant for rapid, automated changes. → Read More