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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

GitLab patches security issue, Google adds Go to Cloud Functions, Rust hits v.1.32.0

GitLab has pushed out a security patch worth looking at: Users are strongly encouraged to upgrade to newly released versions 11.6.4, 11.5.7, and 11.4.14 of the repository management's Community...
Tensorflow

TensorFlow says bye to globals as more v2.0 features pop up

With 18 issues to close before everything that’s supposed to land in the second major TensorFlow release is done, the team behind the popular machine learning library has taken...
Pivotal Function Service

Pivotal securely spans major clouds with PKS 1.3 release

Pivotal Container Service 1.3 is now available, fleshing out the list of supported major cloud providers and bringing  enhanced networking features amongst other things. PKS 1.3 is the first release...
Kong

Brain and Immunity: Enterprise Service Mesh Kong gets what many long for

Service control platform-to-be Kong Enterprise has begun adding intelligent automation and monitoring features into the mix. On its way from API to service control platform, the Kong team looked into...
elixir

Elixir reworks formula for extra speed and more security

The team behind Elixir have finally distilled Version 1.8 of the multi-purpose programming language, which should facilitate event tracking, lessen compilation time, and ease security concerns. To help instrumentation and monitoring tools...
Containers

Tumblr engineers can’t contain their modernisation tools

Tumblr has open sourced a trio of tools it built to help modernise and move the 12-year-old infrastructure and blogging platform to a combination of containers and Kubernetes. K8s-sidecar-injector has...

Interview: Red Hat’s Michael Hausenblas on learning to walk before running into a Serverless...

Talking to people about the ‘next big thing’ often leads to a discussion about Serverless Computing at the moment. As an advocate for the containerisation movement, Red Hat’s Michael...

TriggerMesh clears way into the multi-cloud future

Serverless management platform provider TriggerMesh just released its Knative Lambda Runtimes (KLR) into the Kubernetes ecosystem, aiming at making AWS Lambda users just a tad more flexible. KLR, or clear...
Azure Container Service Retiring

Something for everyone: Azure teams unveil rash of updates

To start the New Year off and get your Azure usage up, Microsoft has pushed out updates to tools and services across its cloud offering. The Azure Blockchain Workbench for...

Fresh breeze hits Apache Software Foundation as Airflow joins top-level projects

Almost three years after joining the Apache Software Foundation’s incubation program, workflow management platform Airflow has reached top-level project status. Airflow began as an open source Python project at home...