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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.
Git

Git 2.21 introduces new date format for human timekeeping

Popular version management software Git is now available in v2.21 and includes some performance improvements, a new, more human-friendly date format, and some fixes to make working...

TriggerMesh uses KLASS to break cloud silos

Multi-cloud serverless management platform TriggerMesh has introduced Knative Lambda Sources (KLASS) to the open source world - a project that lets users trigger workloads in Knative with...
database

Redis Labs steps up fight against stingy cloud providers with new license

Redis Labs-created modules have been moved to a new - not open source - license, trying to tackle problems not really new to open source projects.
Knative

Knative improves memory as it ages and hits 0.4

Google-backed serverless-on-Kubernetes project Knative is now available in v0.4, improving configuration, network protocol support, and secret management. To facilitate more flexible dealings with confidential...
What's the point

What’s the point: Cloudflare, CNCF, Qt Design Studio, Cheerp

Cloudflare will soon offer a subdomain to deploy serverless workloads on. The offer is a reaction to customer feedback and targeted at those looking for a chance...

Facebook open sources SPARTA TO KILL ALL THE BUGS

Facebook has opened its incubator once again, offering developers SPARTA - a library for building static analysers based on abstract interpretation.

OpenShift goes NoOps with 4.0 preview

A developer preview for version 4.0 of Red Hat’s container application platform OpenShift is now available with the goals of making Kubernetes use effortless and lightening the...
release party

Java microservice library Helidon is ready for prime time

Java steward Oracle has released v1.0 of Helidon, a collection of libraries for writing microservices in the company’s language of choice, signaling stability for production.

What does the future of AI look like? Facebook AI chief knows what he’d...

Facebook’s chief AI scientist Yann LeCun has been doing neural networks for quite a while now and has come to the conclusion that researchers are only as...
cilium network security

Security project Cilium 1.4 pumps up multi-cluster capabilities and encryption

Network security project for application services Cilium is now available in v1.4, introducing global services, IPVLAN support, and extending the DNS security policy model amongst other things.