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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.
break point

Break point: Kaptain, C++, Falco, Model Search, and Packer

D2iQ, the company formerly known as Mesosphere, announced general availability of v1.0 it’s machine learning platform Kaptain this week. Never heard of the project? Maybe you’re more...
OpenShift 4.7

OpenShift boards the GitOps train

OpenShift 4.7 has landed, aligning the platform with various other Kubernetes distributions that are slowly catching up with the K8s 1.20 release from last December and throwing...
data

Vault for secret keeping? CNCF End User Technology Radar spots surprising interest

The CNCF End User Community has released its fourth technology radar, this time scanning the tools and approaches to manage authentication credentials such as APIs, keys and...
GitLab

GitLab’s latest and greatest buffs up pipelines, ropes in GPUs for ML workloads

GitLab 13.9 is now available, fitting the platform with all sorts of pipeline enhancements, a couple of additional security features, and ways to get insight into other...
New Relic Explorer

Visuals are quicker to grok than text: New Relic pushes Explorer for system troubleshooting

Analytics company New Relic is currently in the process of rolling out New Relic Explorer to its Full-Stack Observability customers. With the new visualisation capabilities hitting general...
break point

Break point: OpenTelemetry, Grafana, Tracee, Dapr, OpenAPI, and Ansible

After a good four months of release candidate testing, the OpenTelemetry tracing specification hit v1.0 this week. Core maintainer Ted Young announced the release saying “we are...
Prometheus

Promethean effort: Version 2.25 of monitoring system intros feature flags

Prometheus 2.25 is now available for download, bringing a number of small enhancements and a commitment to feature toggles in the hopes of making more room for...
party

From the rooftops shout it out: Go 1.16 ready to go (onto more 64-bit...

Go 1.16, the latest iteration of the programming language used in infrastructure projects like Docker and Kubernetes, has been released, and adds support for 64-bit ARM architecture...
What's the point

What’s the point: Elastic, Rust, Racket, Kong, GitLab, and Polar Signals

Elastic users can start updating their stack to version 7.11 now. The release is the first to sport the changed licensing options announced earlier this year, but...
Containers

Edge is getting crowded: Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform 2.16 adds ARM, OPA, ML support

Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform (KKP) has been pushed out in v2.16, seeing the open source project for managing Kubernetes cluster automation gain sought-after features such as Open Policy...