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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.
Kong

Kuma mesh gets ready for multi-zone catches

The team behind service mesh Kuma has made it across the 1.0 finish line, declaring the CNCF sandbox project ready for production use. Amongst...
cloud native news

Cloudy with a chance of ML: Feast creator joins Tecton, while Kinvolk introduces Headlamp,...

Just a couple of days after the LF AI & Data Foundation welcomed machine learning feature store Feast as an incubation project, commercial feature store Tecton has...
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TensorWho? MLflow cozies up with PyTorch, goes for universal tracking

To coincide with PyTorch Developer Day, data analytics biz Databricks has released version 1.12 of machine learning platform MLflow. Besides making the first steps towards explainability, the...

Spring Boot eases registry publishing pains as it gets more Kubernetes friendly

Microservice building framework Spring Boot 2.4 is ready for the masses, though some internal changes might mean more manual work than usual to get new enhancements working. 
What's the point

What’s the point: .NET, C#, F#, Elastic, Haskell, InfluxDB, K10, and Python (sorta)

After pushing out many preliminary versions throughout the year, Microsoft has now released .NET 5.0, as well as major updates to programming languages C# and F#. According...
HashiCorp Vault

Vault unlocks first bolt of cloud key management, locks in integrated storage

Version 1.6 of HashiCorp’s secret management tool Vault is now ready for downloading, and treats enterprise users to a new key management secrets engine and automated storage...

LinkedIn debuts Java machine learning framework Dagli

Java isn’t exactly the first programming language that springs to mind when discussing machine learning - however, that doesn’t mean it can’t be used for such purposes....
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Good bye Jira Service Desk, say hello to Jira Service Management

Software development and collaboration tool provider Atlassian has given its Jira Service Desk a complete overhaul featuring incident and change management capabilities. The reincarnation is called Jira...
Infrastructure as code

Remote working: HashiCorp Sentinel gets HCL-proficient, learns how to get remote policies

The team behind HashiCorp’s policy as code framework Sentinel has emitted version 0.16 of the project, allowing the definition of remotely sourced policies and modules, and opening...
Service mesh

Linkerd 2.9 arrives on Kubernetes wave, becomes more multicluster-savvy

Kubernetes service mesh Linkerd 2.9 has made it across the finish line, featuring zero-config mutual TLS for all TCP connections and support for ARM, EndpointSlice and topology-aware...