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Joe Fay

Joe Fay is content director, events at Situation Publishing. He has been covering technology and business for over 20 years, and edited publications in London and San Francisco.

CNCF marches Brigade into Sandbox

Microsoft fostered Kubernetes scripting project Brigade is kicking up a storm in the Cloud Native Computing Forum’s Sandbox. When the project was announced back...

Atlassian swallows AgileCraft, springs onto business leaders’ desks

Atlassian is eating its way into the enterprise software stack from at last two sides, after snapping up enterprise planning software provider AgileCraft for $166m.
Slack going public

Slack tells enterprises to bring their encryption keys to lock up their channels

Slack has tightened up the controls it offers its enterprise customers, by allowing them to use their own encryption keys to the chat platform.
What's the point

What’s the point: Elastic snaps out App Search beta, GitLab updates, Azure gets blue…and...

Elastic has released a third beta of its Elastic App Search. New additions include the ability to configure a mailer to send user invitations, and to create...
Linux Foundation

Linux Foundation offers devs and project maintainers help with money, mentoring and security

The Linux Foundation has pledged to address three of the big problems facing open source developers, namely money, security and mentoring. The organisation has...

Elastic founder shoots back at AWS’ forking distro plan

Elastic founder Shay Bannon has launched an impassioned defence of his company’s open source credentials, a day after AWS launched its own Elasticsearch distro.
Continuous Lifecycle

CLL19: From on-prem to serverless, here’s how to transform your software ops

There’s just over a day left to grab your early bird tickets for Continuous Lifecycle, and join us in May for three days of serverless, containers, CI/CD and...

Continuous Delivery gets a foundation all of its own

Continuous Delivery must be real, because it now has a foundation to put standards in place and oversee open source projects, kicking off with Jenkins, Jenkins X,...

F5 buys NGINX for $670m to give itself a DevOps refresh

F5 Networks has laid down $670m to hoover up NGINX, the company behind the eponymous open source web server. Security and app services and...

Microsoft takes AKS in hand to fix bugs

Microsoft has fixed a series of bugs in its Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) in the first major update since the service was launched last year.