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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.

IBM tries to turn KubeCon blue with cloud-native productivity tools

IBM has joined the horde of companies using the currently running KubeCon and CloudNativeCon to highlight new projects, by pushing cloud-native helpers Kui and Iter8 into the...

CloudFormation gets open source CLI to automate external resource creation

AWS has updated its infrastructure as code product CloudFormation, fitting it with an open source CLI and a registry to get started with custom resource providers. The...
HashiCorp Vault

HashiCorp improves credential management as it releases Vault 1.3

HashiCorp’s secrets management tool Vault has been made available in version 1.3, which brings some additional enterprise features and means to help those grappling with the management...

Prometheus tries new UI on for size, while CNCF talks stats

Monitoring and alerting software Prometheus is now available in version 2.14, offering users a first glance at a new UI and fixing some issues. 

Facebook gives Detectron a second life

Facebook’s AI research (FAIR) department has introduced a rewrite of its object detection platform Detectron to the AI and machine learning community. Detectron2 is meant to advance...
puppet automation

Puppet Enterprise helps users control the networks

Puppet Enterprise 2019.2 has landed right on schedule, bringing teams new ways to automate complex workflows, and improving how nodes are managed. As already...

Git gets more friendly, introduces Code of Conduct and feature macros

Version 2.24 of popular version control system Git is now available, improving the project’s graph handling, and configuration management amongst other things, and making it more welcoming...
Ansible Tower

Ansible 2.9 gives resource models a go

Ansible 2.9 has been released a bit later than originally planned, after Red Hat decided a couple more release candidates were needed to get the latest version...
containerd graduates

Jaeger seventh project to graduate CNCF

The technical oversight committee of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation has voted distributed tracing platform Jaeger into Graduate status, lining it up alongside Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, CoreDNS,...

99 problems but container configs ain’t one? Report suggests otherwise

Security tooling company Sysdig has looked into the way its users work with containers on-prem and in the cloud. Its findings are now available in the 2019...