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Julia Schmidt is an editor for devClass and organises event content. Before that she reported on software development, organised conferences and worked as an engineer and software developer.
What's the point

What’s the point: Puppet Comply, Qt 6.0 beta, cf-for-k8s, Prometheus, and Kata Containers

Compliance seems to be on many DevOps tool providers’ minds these days and Puppet is no exception. To address the issue, the company has now introduced a...
OpenTelemetry

Former rivals at OpenTelemetry lock in tracing specification, to focus on metrics next

Open source observability framework OpenTelemetry has frozen its tracing specification, giving that part of the project release candidate status after other components hit beta earlier this year.
Kubermatic

Let the right one in: Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform hits 2.15 with external cluster support,...

Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform 2.15 (KKP) is now available for download and promises users easier installation and less manual work.  It is the second big...
Cloud

OpenStack Foundation morphs into Open Infrastructure Foundation, OSGi finds a new home

The OpenStack Foundation will continue its business as the Open Infrastructure Foundation - and instead of solely promoting OpenStack projects for creating clouds, the newly named group...
Git

Presto, crypto, change-o: Git 2.29 goes into final leg of project’s SHA-256 transition

Version control system Git 2.29 is now available, fitting the Torvalds-spawn project with experimental SHA-256 support and negative refspecs, amongst other things. The transition...
HashiCorp Waypoint

Codify all the things! HashiCorp introduces build/deploy/release project Waypoint

After making a splash in the infrastructure as code movement, DevOps tools maker HashiCorp has pushed out version 0.1 of new open source project Waypoint in a bid...
Atlassian Server

Et tu, Atlassian? Company sharpens cloud focus, announces end of server line

In what it is pitching as a bid to free up capacity and “to move faster”, software development and collaboration tool provider Atlassian has made some changes...
What's the point

What’s the point: LLVM 11, HashiCorp Boundary, Atlassian, and OpenCV

Version 11 of compiler infrastructure project LLVM has been announced, which now includes - amongst other things - a Fortran frontend.  The release also...
Rust 1.47

Would you like some polish with that? Rust 1.47 shortens backtraces, looks into large...

Rust 1.47 is here and while there aren’t any new language features, the compiler improvements and some library enhancements are meant to make developers’ lives easier.
Cloud

The Oracle will see you now: DB bedrock introduces Cloud Observability and Management platform

Oracle has taken a step towards providing users with a better system understanding by introducing a Cloud Observability and Management Platform to its portfolio. And as multi-cloud...