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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.

Redis grabs AI and edge trends by the horns with new offerings

Database management system provider Redis Labs used its user conference RediConf to introduce the community to RedisAI, RedisGears, and RedisEdge. RedisGears is a serverless...

Facebook fires up PyTorch-BigGraph for handling ridiculously large graphs

Facebook’s research team has just released PyTorch-BigGraph (PBG), giving those wondering how to quickly process graph-structured data for machine learning purposes a leg-up...and pushing their TensorFlow competitor...

OPA gets to leave the sandbox to play with the big kids in the...

Policy engine Open Policy Agent, or OPA for short, has been accepted into the incubator of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). The project joined the CNCF’s...
Pivotal Cloud Foundry

Pivotal’s new Cloud Foundry release is all about routing and automation

Pivotal’s distribution of multi-cloud platform for enterprise apps Cloud Foundry has been released in v2.5 with a couple of - still in beta - new features to...
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With its head in the clouds, GitLab goes for another security critical bug squashing...

Repository management provider GitLab has released v11.9.4, 11.8.6 and 11.7.10 of its platform to get rid of some serious security issues - an update is strongly recommended.

Pivotal gives Spring Tools a good boosting

Spring Tools, a collection of helpers for developers who want to build Java applications with the Spring app framework, has received an update and is now available...
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AWS throws deep learning into containers

AWS used its summit’s stop in Santa Clara to introduce its customers to new ways of doing machine learning and a few advances in networking and routing.
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Google keeps trying to not be evil with “advanced technology external advisory council”

What do you do when you can’t tell right from wrong anymore? Best case scenario? You turn to outside guidance. Though Google has...
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Microsoft gives machines eyes and sense for the unusual, gets edgy with data box

Microsoft Azure’s AI and machine learning offering Cognitive Services now contains a preview for an Anomaly Detector and so-called Custom Vision, a tool for building image classifiers.
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Rancher 2.2 focuses on insights and easy management

With half a year gone since the last big release, v2.2 of open source cluster management platform Rancher is available for download now. New features include multi-tenant...