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Time to update Habitat plans

The great internet meltdown of 2020? Find out what really happened at Continuous Lifecycle...

Event We’re checking the lighting, tapping the mikes and ironing out the gremlins before kicking off the online edition of Continuous Lifecycle London on Monday, May 10,...

Chaos, climate and Kubernetes top the agenda at CLO 2021

Event Two more weeks to go and we’re thrilled to announce two keynotes for Continuous Lifecycle Online, our three day virtual event bringing together some of the...
clo21

Theory, tools or both? Continuous Lifecycle Online puts it all right on your desktop

Event Theory is great, but you’re never going to put it into practice without having the right tools – and knowing how to use them.
CLO21

Feeling like it’s time to rebuild? Join us at Continuous Lifecycle Online

Event Whether the last 12 months has seen you accelerating your organisation’s digital transformation or working flat out just to keep the lights on, it’s time to...
Ticking block

Tick tock: Microsoft prepares to switch off support for Helm V2, warns tardy users...

Microsoft has issued an urgent warning to users of the Helm chart manager for Kubernetes, as version 2 is losing support within days while some users still...
Cake

Cake bakes in .NET 5. C# 9 support for RC1 taste test

Cake has reached v1.0.0 RC1 status, its developer team announced in a blog post on Thursday. For the uninitiated, Cake (C# Make) is an OSS cross-platform build...
containerd graduates

KEDA 2.0 scales up the scale of its Kubernetes scaling-up

A year after the release of version 1.0 of the KEDA Kubernetes scaling manager, version 2.0 is now in widespread availability. KEDA 2.0 continues its antecedent’s central...

New Node.js commits to opening channels for chattering apps

As America and the world grappled with post-election shock, the Node.js developers quietly pushed a major update live. Node.js version 15.1.0 - the latest of the popular...

Azure gets classy with Java resource management libraries

Java may be slipping down the charts, but Microsoft is still feeling the love for the world’s second most popular language. The Azure cloud is now equipped...
Containers

Open sourcers get unlimited container pulls after sitting on the Docker ‘obey’, says firm

Following the recent announcement of pull rate restrictions for unpaid users, Docker has revealed further promised policy updates designed to restore unrestricted access to open source projects....