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...

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...

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...

Google’s Cloud Services Platform goes beta, targets hybrids

Google has moved its Cloud Services Platform into beta, seven months after first unveiling the Kubernetes fuelled project. The...

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...

Sumo Logic boss: Trad enterprises getting into containers en route to...

Legacy companies have learned the lessons set by their disruptors and their own past and are adopting multi-cloud approaches and containers a...

Atlassian plans to make Jira invisible to developers while plugging into...

Atlassian is looking to make its core Jira platform invisible while simultaneously extending its tentacles into developers’ IDEs over the coming months.

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...

Istio update shoots down bugs, takes aim at Pilot

The team behind Istio has pushed out v.1.0.6 of the service mesh, fixing a trio of security vulnerabilities alongside a number of...

Red Hat gives Integration bundle a refresh

Red Hat has released the latest version of Red Hat Integration, a bundle of products for those looking to build integration architectures...