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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.

You did what on Kubernetes? Wait, let’s ask Sysdig Secure…v2.2

Sysdig’s commercial runtime defence offering Sysdig Secure is out in v2.2, introducing service-based access control and making better use of Kubernetes’ admission controllers, audit data and labels. The software...

PyTorch team sips Caffe2, serves up production ready machine learning library

More than half a year after the PyTorch team announced the v1.0 roadmap for their tensor and neural network library, the project is finally production ready. This is mainly...

TensorFlow is 10 with new Learning-to-Rank library

Google’s AI department has developed a scalable library on the basis of TensorFlow which should help to teach systems to rank list items. TF-Ranking is now openly available on...

Google pushes Cloud Security Command Center into beta

Google Cloud Security Command Center has entered its beta phase with improvements such as new IAM roles for fine grained access control, additional view and search filters, and expanded...

Multi-cloud control plane Crossplane aims to help break cloud provider shackles

With lock-in on most cloud users' minds, open source project Crossplane now offers a multi-cloud control plane to make workloads more portable across providers. Once finished, Crossplane is planned to...

HashiCorp not so secretly hands over keys to Vault 1.0

With a spruced up infrastructure in place, HashiCorp's secret management and data protection tool Vault is now available in v1.0. Secrets can be things like passwords, certificates, and API...

Not ready for Kubernetes 1.13 yet? At least patch your setup NOW

Three new patches for container orchestration software Kubernetes have been issued to fix a critical security flaw which could let attackers steal data or inject code with comparative ease. According...

Kubernetes shows signs of maturity, upgrades plug-in handling, as it hits 1.13

Kubernetes 1.13 is one of the quicker releases the container orchestrator has seen yet, but mostly comes with refined versions of features already known to users - a signal...

Go 2 or The Art of Moving a Language Forward Without Breaking Everything

Nine years after the inception of Go, five of it under the 1.x banner, Go 2 has started taking shape under the watchful eyes of its large community. A...

AWS Lambda: BYORuntime to serverless and stop replicating basics

In a bid to make serverless development easier, AWS has introduced Lambda Layers and a Lambda Runtime API to its serverless offering, promising to make code more manageable and...