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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.
What's the point

What’s the point: Elastic, LLVM, rebrandings, Perl, and Harbor

Version 7.8 of the Elastic Stack has been recently made available for download. Users who haven’t checked the new features yet can look forward to a new...
Infrastructure as code

HashiCorp wafts managed cloud product under users’ noses, plus Nomad gets a hand with...

With infrastructure as code becoming more and more a thing, Terraform seems to be among the HashiCorp products that is currently able to draw the most interest....
SPIRE/SPIFFE leaves CNCF sandbox for incubator

CNCF plants SPIFFE and SPIRE into its incubator, looks to grow secure cloud projects

Linux Foundation subsidiary Cloud Native Computing Foundation has promoted security projects SPIFFE and SPIRE into its incubator, where they join the likes of container runtime cri-o, registry...
Spark 3.0

Spark 3.0 changes gears with adaptive query execution and GPU help

With Spark + AI Summit just around the corner, the team behind the big data analytics engine pushed out Spark 3.0 late last week, bringing accelerator-aware scheduling,...
GitLab

The centralised approach: Not great for contact-tracing apps, but sensible for alert management in...

Repository management cum DevOps platform GitLab has put improved alert management and code quality in the center of version 13.1, its latest monthly release.
Jenkins X

Jenkins X replaces Prow with Lighthouse for better source control compatibility

CloudBees has released the May update of its distribution for CI/CD tool Jenkins X, which highlights some of the progress made by the open source project recently.
C++

Wondering how C++ got this far? So does its creator

In a recently released and, by his own admission, far too long paper, C++ creator Bjarne Stroustrup tries to come up with an explanation for the overwhelming...
What's the point

What’s the point: DC/OS, OpenAI API, OpenNebula, and DataStax Vector

So much news, so little time - here’s a quick round-up of recent small but important updates in the worlds of containerisation, DevOps and machine learning, to...
Alibi Explain

Can’t see the forest for the trees? Alibi Explain adds more models for better...

Machine learning teams in search of model explanations can now give the newly released Alibi Explain 0.5 a shot.  The newest iteration of the...

CNCF debuts own tech radar, looking into continuous delivery

Linux Foundation child-organisation Cloud Native Computing Foundation has released the inaugural issue of what it calls an “opinionated guide to a set of emerging technologies”.