From the cloud providers
AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO) is now AWS IAM Identity Center
For current AWS SSO customers, there is no change to how you centrally manage access to multiple AWS accounts or applications. The name change reflects the service capabilities, foundation in AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), and role as the central place to manage access across AWS.
Malware protection now a feature of Amazon GuardDuty
Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection is now available, in Amazon GuardDuty, to help detect malicious files residing on an instance or container workload running on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) without deploying security software or agents. Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection adds file scanning for workloads utilizing Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes to detect malware that can be used to compromise resources, modify access permissions, and exfiltrate data.
Amazon Detective Supports Kubernetes Workloads on Amazon EKS for Security Investigation
AWS announced new capabilities in Amazon Detective to expand security investigation coverage for Kubernetes workloads running on Amazon EKS. When you enable this new feature, Amazon Detective automatically starts ingesting EKS audit logs to capture chronological API activity from users, applications, and the control plane in Amazon EKS for clusters, pods, container images, and Kubernetes subjects (Kubernetes users and service accounts).
DNS on GKE: Everything you need to know
This article is trying to answer one simple question: When deciding on how to use DNS with GKE, what are the available native k8s options, which options exist on Google Cloud, and how do these two things play together?