Icinga 2.11 drops with rewritten network stack

Monitoring project Icinga just pushed out its 2.11 release, improving quality and stability with lots of under the hood changes.

Kubernetes focuses on extendibility in 1.16 release (also: debugging might get easier)

The team behind container orchestrator Kubernetes has finished its third release of the year and made v1.16 available, which adds a couple...

Microsoft buys Semmle in a bid to bulk out GitHub security

Microsoft has boosted its security play via GitHub by buying code analysis firm Semmle in a pairing the firms hope will...

Microsoft turns to GitHub to open source C++ STL

Microsoft has open sourced its implementation of the C++ Standard Library (STL), shifting the product source code to a natty new -...

Chef puts certifications on back boiler till 2020

Chef is hitting the pause button on its certification programme, after deciding its recent roadmap changes mean the qualifications need a drastic...

Another one bites the dust? Keras team steps away from multi-backends, refocuses on tf.keras

The team behind deep learning library Keras has pushed out version 2.3 of the open source project. It is the last major...

Traefik reverse proxy celebrates 2.0 release with TCP support

The second major release of cloud native edge router Traefik is now available to download, adding TCP support and other good stuff...

Google’s Anthos blooms onto Istio, Cloud Run

Google has fleshed out its Anthos service, tying it to the Istio service mesh and extending it to the Cloud Run serverless...

Falco founder: Kubernetes security has to do better than “don’t worry – OH MY GOD”

It’s almost a year since Sysdig’s behavioral activity monitoring tool Falco entered the sandbox of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). We...

SUSE goes back to the future to secure containers with CaaS v4

SUSE has debuted the latest version of its CaaS container management platform, with a range of features to address user feedback on...