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The 2020 Tech Innovator Awards

Kyle Alspach

The delivery of truly differentiated offerings that create opportunities for partners during this unprecedented period is the crowning achievement of our 2020 Tech Innovators.

Container Technology


HPE Ezmeral

Hewlett Packard Enterprise recently unveiled Ezmeral as its new open-source, cloud-native Kubernetes container software. Ezmeral provides the Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-Service offerings for partners and customers to build a new generation of intelligent applications that take advantage of the platform’s robust artificial intelligence and machine- learning capabilities. Major differentiators include Ezmeral’s ability to provide persistent storage through the MapR file system and the AI capabilities of HPE BlueData.That software is designed to run both stateful and stateless workloads, allowing HPE to provide the same cloud experience in a cloud-native or on-premises workload in the data center or in real time at the edge.


Diamanti Spektra 3.0

Diamanti Spektra 3.0 is a cloud-neutral Kubernetes management platform that breaks from legacy architectures to deliver simple and cost-effective solutions—both on-premises and in the cloud. Key capabilities in Spektra 3.0 include multicluster management across bare metal and public cloud, as well as integrated application deployment, migration and disaster recovery for stateful applications.

Red Hat OpenShift 4

Enhancements to Red Hat’s OpenShift 4 platform include the introduction of a developer-centric view of platform metrics and monitoring for application workloads; monitoring integration for Red Hat Operators; and cost management capabilities for assessing the costs and resources for specific applications across a hybrid cloud environment.

SentinelOne Workloads

Built for securing Kubernetes-orchestrated container workloads, SentinelOne Workloads offers autonomous runtime protection, detection and response. The offering protects containerized applications from unknown malware, zero-day threats and in-memory attacks in real time while automatically pinpointing the targets of the attacks.

Snyk Container

Snyk Container enables developers to easily find, fix and monitor vulnerabilities in containers and Kubernetes applications throughout the software development life cycle. The offering is designed to work with a range of container image operating systems and package managers, Kubernetes platforms and container registries.


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Kyle Alspach

Kyle Alspach is a Senior Editor at CRN focused on cybersecurity. His coverage spans news, analysis and deep dives on the cybersecurity industry, with a focus on fast-growing segments such as cloud security, application security and identity security.  He can be reached at

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