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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.
Splunk Security Cloud

Go automate: Splunk treats US customers to new security cloud

Data analytics and security vendor Splunk has extended its portfolio by introducing security operations platform Splunk Security Cloud into the mix.  Following an observability...
Prometheus

Prometheus 2.28 debuts, with experimental PromQL editor as default

The team behind monitoring system and time series database Prometheus has pushed version 2.28 of its project out into the open. After some months of testing, and...
Gitlab Logo

Have you seen the ops menu? GitLab 14.0 brings UI changes, Epic Boards, and...

Self-proclaimed DevOps platform GitLab has pushed out 2021’s major version release, aiming to win over new users and make things more efficient for those working on complex...
Eclipse IDE Working Group

Eclipse IDE Working Group steers tool towards sunnier future, releases 2021-06 update

The Eclipse Foundation recently announced the formation of an IDE working group. By providing governance, guiding, and — perhaps most important — funding, the structure is meant...
Rust 1.53

Array with you: Rust 1.53 lands with IntoIterator and nested Or, allows for localised...

The team behind programming language Rust has put the finishing touches on version 1.53, which is now available. The main tweak? It finally allows developers to use...

Break point: GitHub Desktop, Harness, HashiCorp Boundary, Next.js, glibc, and Go

GitHub Desktop has got an update and is ready to be downloaded in v2.9. Besides offering native support for Apple Silicon, the software has been fitted with...
wasmer 2.0

WebAssembly runtime Wasmer kicks into turbo for 2nd major release of the year

WebAssembly runtime Wasmer is available in version 2.0. Just six months after the first major release hit, the Wasmer team is back with major speed improvements for...
etcd 3.5

All about performance: etcd 3.5 looks to make Kubernetes users happy

Almost two years after the team behind distributed key-value store etcd released version 3.4 of the project, etcd 3.5 is now ready for general consumption.
PyTorch 1.9

Easy math: PyTorch 1.9 amps up distributed training and scientific computing

Version 1.9 of neural network and tensor computation framework PyTorch is now available. The 3400-plus commits in the update are expected to help the project become a...
Ansible Tower

Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes gets new home, puts focus on performance

Red Hat’s Ansible team has pushed out version 2.0 of its Content Collection for Kubernetes, which sees the project getting a new home, becoming less dependent on...