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SiliconANGLE: Meet GitOps, the key to launching effective software releases in the cloud-native era

Meet GitOps, the key to launching effective software releases in the cloud-native era

The automation story behind DevOps centers on CI/CD, the continuous integration and continuous deployment that results in working code ready for production. Deployment isn’t the end of the process, however. Releasing code is the missing step — putting new software in front of customers and end-users while ensuring it meets the ongoing objectives of the business.

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SiliconANGLE: Codefresh raises $27M to power DevOps software delivery with Kubernetes

Codefresh raises $27M to power DevOps software delivery with Kubernetes

Interview with Codefresh CEO Raziel Tabib and Shasta Ventures Partner Issac Roth about $27M funding round.

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siliconANGLE: Codefresh looks to make Kubernetes orchestration easier for enterprises

Codefresh looks to make Kubernetes orchestration easier for enterprises

Fresh off an $8 million funding round led by Microsoft Corp.’s venture capital arm, Israeli startup Codefresh Inc. today released an enterprise version of its namesake software for managing continuous integration and development on the Kubernetes container orchestration platform.

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siliconANGLE: Iguazio releases high-speed serverless platform to open source

Iguazio releases high-speed serverless platform to open source

Iguazio Systems Ltd. has raised $48 million and a lot of interest for its platform-independent approach to data analytics. Now the company is releasing some of the underlying serverless computing technology under an open-source license.

Called nuclio, the platform is claimed to operate at faster-than-bare-metal speed, processing up to 400,000 events per second compared with 2,000 on Amazon Web Services Inc.’s Lambda platform, according to Yaron Haviv, founder and chief technology officer of Iguazio.

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SiliconAngle: Siemplify raises $10M to improve corporate security coordination

Siemplify raises $10M to improve corporate security coordination 

Cybersecurity professionals usually divide their attention between several different tools, but according to Siemplify Inc., that doesn't have to mean they should be constatnly switching between tabs and shuffling data around. The New York-based startup is pursuing a centralized approach to breach prevention that has attracted a $10 million investment from 83North, G20 Ventures and several of its existing backers.