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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.

Break point: MariaDB, ONNX runtime, Seldon Core, GitLab, Go, and Oracle

The organisations behind relational database management system MariaDB announced that, starting with the next major update, the release frequency of MariaDB Server will switch from yearly to...
Prometheus 2.32

Call my Agent: New mode lets users turn Prometheus 2.32 into write-only scraper

The team behind monitoring system Prometheus has pushed version 2.32 out the door, using its last release of the year to fix TSDB bugs, add arm64 support...
Log4j

All hands on deck: Log4j team rethinks defaults to help prevent Log4Shell – how...

The team behind Java logging framework Log4j has reworked the standard behaviour of its project slightly and made the changes available in version 2.16. An update is...
Apache Lucene 9.0

Apache Lucene goes full steam ahead on performance with 9.0 release

The team behind search engine Apache Lucene has recently made version 9.0 of the open source project available for downloading, sharing performance improvements and first steps towards...
Break point

Break point: Django, VS Code, Eclipse, Spring Tools, and GitHub Enterprise Server

The team behind Python web framework Django has put the finishing touches to its RedisCache backend and released version 4.0 of the project this week. Besides the...
Terraform Enterprise

Terraform 1.1 moves forward with refactoring helpers and native Terraform Cloud integration

A good half year after Terraform hit its first major release, the team behind the infrastructure as a code project has pushed version 1.1 into the open,...

All about that integration: Elastic 7.16 embraces ServiceNow, adds FireLens support

Elastic has rounded off the year with the release of version 7.16 of its product portfolio, providing enterprise users with new bits and pieces to make Elasticsearch...
Kubernetes 1.23

Don’t expect surprises: Kubernetes 1.23 stabilises dual-stack networking, makes progress on PodSecurity

The team behind container orchestrator Kubernetes has closed the year with a last feature release, which sees long requested functionality maturing and pushes the project one step...

JetBrains fits IDEs with remote capabilities

JetBrains continued its IDE update extravaganza last week, bumping popular choices like IntelliJ IDEA, PyCharm, and CLion up to v2021.3, while sprinkling remote development into the mix.
GitLab

Bugfix time: GitLab pushes security releases to help keep things confidential

The GitLab team has released a round of security updates for its DevOps platform, which it strongly recommends people use to keep setups safe. Amongst other things,...