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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.
Hitachi Kubernetes Service

Sick of K8s yet? Good, Engine Yard and Hitachi also offer Kubernetes services now

Developers looking for an easy way to get started with Kubernetes now have two more options to try: Engine Yard Kontainers and Hitachi Kubernetes Service (HKS).
Entity Framework Core 6.0

SQL Server temporal tables and JSON columns: Entity Framework Core 6.0 plans laid bare

It’s the season of planning the year ahead, so with 11 months to go until the next release, the team behind Microsoft’s object-database mapper, Entity Framework Core,...
HashiCorp Vault

HashiCorp adds some flourish to managed offering and Terraform portfolio

HashiCorp has started off the new year by advancing its cloud projects and improving Terraform Enterprise for reliability and scale. For the latter, it...
Elastic license change

Elastic restitches its licensing model to account for ‘changed circumstances’

After licence tweaks at MongoDB and Redis aiming to stop cloud service providers that don’t contribute to the open source community from exploiting its projects, Elastic has...
What's the point

What’s the point: GitLab, Serverless, Go, Eclipse Foundation, ScyllaDB, Slim.ai, and Otomi

After pushing out a security release just a week ago, GitLab discovered that one of the fixes could be easily bypassed, meaning the platform was left with...
VMware Tanzu Advanced

VMware’s Tanzu Advanced hit GA, talking to devs rather than ops

Virtualization giant VMware has expanded its Tanzu portfolio by making an advanced edition generally available. The new package is supposed to complement the basic and standard plans...
Sysdig container security report

Docker: It’s not dead yet, but there’s a tendency to walk away, security report...

Sysdig just handed in its Container Security and Usage Report for 2021, and the latest edition shows that even though security measures tend to be better integrated...
DigitalOcean gta

Can’t say goodbye to mono repos? DigitalOcean shares secret gta sauce so you don’t...

In a bid to boost its open source credibility, cloud provider DigitalOcean has shared the sources of transitive analysis tool gta.  The project was...

Grafana readjusts Cloud tiers so you don’t have to figure it all out alone

The team behind analytics and visualisation tool Grafana has reworked the tiers of its managed observability offering Grafana Cloud, providing Pro users with more metrics for their...
Registry API

If your APIs are too messy, clap your hands: Google beats drum for Registry...

In a bid to help teams stay on top of their APIs, Google has come up with a Registry API to organise API information. An APLv2-licensed reference...