What’s the point: Google AI, JetBrains’ big data tools, Subversion, Docker <3 Azure

Google’s AI teams used the last days of May to share their advances in natural language generation evaluation and demonstrate how the...

Historic vulns found: GitLab pushes out first security release of the 13.x series

With newly found XSS vulnerabilities affecting all prior GitLab EE versions, and user and notification email verification bypasses on the menu, GitLab...

Is it you, CloudStack? 4.14 unites new and old infra with Kubernetes and VM ingestion support

Apache CloudStack 4.14 is now available for download, with a freshly dusted UI, a backup and recovery framework, and most importantly, some...

Ansible Automation Platform lends ops a helping self-service hand

Red Hat has updated its Ansible Automation Platform, pushing infrastructure management tool Ansible Tower over the 3.7-line and making good on an...

Flinger of widgets adds a digit: Qt 5.15 completes 5.x series

After a slight postponement, version 5.15 of C++ GUI building library Qt is now available. The long-term support release especially looks to...

Welcome to the dark side: GitLab 13 ships with easy ECS deploys, infra as code help, and more

This year’s major GitLab release has been pushed out, fitting the DevOps platform with what every user of its web IDE has...

All meshed up: Istio 1.6 welcomes legacy workloads, improves the upgrade process

Istio 1.6 has landed, improving traffic management, telemetry, VM support, and overall usability of the service mesh - just as the team...

C# lead Mads Torgersen goes on the record about upcoming language features

On the second day of Microsoft Build, C# lead designer Mads Torgersen shed light on the many features planned for the 9.0...

What’s the point: Azure DevOps roadmap, Spring Boot, Skopeo, Drill in need, TriggerMesh, and RedisAI

The DevOps section of Microsoft’s Azure team has updated the roadmap for the service formerly known as Team Foundation Server. Amongst other...

Electron 9 helps apps to step into macOS users’ focus

Electron, a framework for writing desktop applications using JavaScript, HTML and CSS, just celebrated its 9th major release. The project is largely...