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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.
Google Cloud

Google Cloud wants to keep users’ secrets…at a charge

Devs using Google Cloud who feel like it could really do with some better secret management can now head over to their accounts and take the currently...
D2iQ

K8s distro Konvoy onboards isolated environments

D2iQ, the company formerly known as Mesosphere, has launched version 1.3 of its commercial managed Kubernetes platform Konvoy which amongst other things improves governance aspects and turns...
VMware Nautilus

VMware bulks Fusion up for a lightweight take on containers on Mac

Almost two years after starting Project Nautilus, VMware has offered a first glance at the tool to run OCI compliant containers on Mac in a first technical...
Kong

Kong Gateway 2.0 opens up to the Go crowd

The team behind Kong Gateway has released version 2.0 of its microservice abstraction layer, providing users with buffered proxying and an option for hybrid mode deployments.
Service mesh

Ambassador Edge Stack turns 1.0

Microservice tool provider Datawire has released the first major version of its Ambassador Edge Stack (AES), a microservice API gateway for Kubernetes which offers security features amongst...
JIT

Red Hat dev launches MIR in bid for a peace of the JIT compiler...

Vladimir Makarov, a software developer at Red Hat, has pulled the covers off his lightweight JIT compiler project MIR, which could pose an alternative to GCC and...
Cloud

Regula adds another element of control to cloud infrastructure as code

Cloud security company Fugue has pushed Regula into the open, providing a way of checking Terraform plans for AWS infrastructure for misconfigurations. The initial...
Datadog Profiling

Datadog puts Profiling on a long leash for initial trials

Monitoring service company Datadog has started a private beta for Java, Python, and Go developers with an interest in adding profiling to their infrastructure.
Elastic Cloud Enterprise

Elastic follows users on the K8s train, proclaiming ECK production ready

Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes (ECK) has made it through beta phase and is now available in version 1.0 which doesn’t add a lot of exciting stuff, but...

PyTorch steps up to help handling larger than life models

PyTorch, a Python library for tensor computation and neural networks, is now available in version 1.4, bringing experimental distributed model parallel training and Java bindings amongst other...