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Julia Schmidt

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.
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Enterprise data, here we come: Cloudera puts Data Platform forward

Big data expert Cloudera has launched a first version of its Data Platform, complete with machine learning offering and data warehousing service, meeting the deadline it set...
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Ansible Automation Platform tries sparing teams from reinventing the wheel

With AnsibleFest in full swing, Red Hat introduced Ansible Automation Platform to its community, a new offering to facilitate cross-team collaboration that adds some long missed packaging...

LLVM sees RISCV target maturing

Compiler infrastructure project LLVM is now available in version 9.0. In the last six months, its developers have pushed the RISCV target out of the experimental state,...
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GitLab 12.3 puts spotlight on security and productivity

The GitLab team has stuck to their release schedule and released version 12.3 of its repository management and collaborative development platform out into the wild.

Icinga 2.11 drops with rewritten network stack

Monitoring project Icinga just pushed out its 2.11 release, improving quality and stability with lots of under the hood changes. The biggest of those...

Kubernetes focuses on extendibility in 1.16 release (also: debugging might get easier)

The team behind container orchestrator Kubernetes has finished its third release of the year and made v1.16 available, which adds a couple of new preview features and...

Another one bites the dust? Keras team steps away from multi-backends, refocuses on tf.keras

The team behind deep learning library Keras has pushed out version 2.3 of the open source project. It is the last major release of multi-backend Keras.

Traefik reverse proxy celebrates 2.0 release with TCP support

The second major release of cloud native edge router Traefik is now available to download, adding TCP support and other good stuff to the open source project.
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Falco founder: Kubernetes security has to do better than “don’t worry – OH MY...

It’s almost a year since Sysdig’s behavioral activity monitoring tool Falco entered the sandbox of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). We talked to the company’s new...
K8s Tim Hockin on being always wrong and other uplifting stuff

Kubernetes veteran, Tim Hockin: In software, people are always wrong

It wasn’t that long ago that desktop applications were the thing everybody was spending their resources on. However, with the development of cloud services at an all...