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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.

NooBaa deal for Red Hat on hybrid cloud data portablity

Only weeks after being acquired by IBM, Red Hat has expanded its hybrid cloud and storage portfolio around data portability with the addition of NooBaa. NooBaa mainly develops software to manage...

Reward your Machine mind’s little successes with AWS SageMaker RL

Amazon's SageMaker has been updated in the drive to get more developers on the Machine-Learning train. AWS has introduced SageMaker RL, which updates the cloud flinger's Machine-Learning-as-a-service with toolkits for reinforcement...

Envoy ahoy – edge and service proxy graduates CNCF

Edge and service proxy Envoy has become the third project to graduate fom the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) incubation process. It joins monitoring and alerting toolkit Prometheus, which...

AWS lays CD web-dev bait with Amplify Console

AWS has introduced Amplify Console - a continuous deployment and hosting service for web applications using serverless backends. With use cases like the deployment of progressive or serverless web apps as...

Hey – stop pointing fingers! Atlassian’s Jira Ops upgraded to peacemaker

Atlassian has added a postmortem functionality to its recently released Jira Ops, to help teams in the company’s toolchain learn from mistakes and avoid finger pointing when things go awry. The...

Amazon invites outsiders to AWS Machine-Learning University

Amazon has made the internal Machine Learning courses publicly available that it built originally for its engineers to get aboard the ML train. Courses are designed for those with different levels of prior...

JetBrains ups its style and refactoring game in PyCharm and GoLand v2018.3

PyCharm and GoLand, both members of the JetBrains IDE family, are now available in version 2018.3, offering developers new refactorings, improved accessibility, faster searches, and better GitHub support. If you’re...
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Azure DevOps Server pops out of the pipeline

Microsoft has unveiled its first release candidate for Azure DevOps Server 2019, offering a new navigation, improvements to the release management, and Azure SQL support to anyone interested in...

Cloudify grabs a slice of cloud native with v4.5 release

The team behind open source application and network orchestration framework Cloudify has focused on closed-loop orchestration and getting cloud native networking right in the just available v4.5. Like so many...

Consul gets multi-data center ready with 1.4 release

HashiCorp‘s distributed service mesh Consul has introduced a redesigned access control list system and multi-data center support in the just released v1.4. The new ACL design is meant to lighten...