What’s the point: IntelliJ pulls out aging plugins, AWS revs...

JetBrains is deprecating a load of plugins for IntelliJ IDEA, after coming to the conclusion that while people were using them, they...

It’s all stability and extensibility for Kubernetes 1.15

The Kubernetes team reached its goal of getting v1.15 of the container orchestration project done before KubeCon China next week. In the...

Istio gets back on the release track, presents v1.2

Service mesh Istio is now available in version 1.2. Since the last release took a bit longer than expected, the focus for...

Aqua CSP gets shield to give devs a break

Container, serverless and cloud native security tooling provider Aqua Security just announced v4.2 of Aqua CSP. This version of the cloud native...

Docker throws weight behind Windows Subsystem for Linux, chucks Hyper-V option...

Docker has thrown its support behind Microsoft’s latest rev of the Windows Subsystem for Linux, promising a technical review of Docker Desktop...

Pulumi builds Crosswalk to ease AWS struggles

Infrastructure as code company Pulumi has just released Crosswalk for AWS, a library collection meant to help with getting AWS deployments off...

MariaDB opens up on locked down Enterprise Server

MariaDB finally took the wraps off its Enterprise Server product today, which it said was aimed at massive deployments where scale and...

What’s the point: Nomad 0.9.2, Ruby 2.7, Azure, and Istio 1.2

HashiCorp’s workload orchestrator Nomad is now available in v0.9.2. The most notable additions in the release focus on the work with allocations,...

Microsoft and Oracle strike cloud alliance which could see ancient apps...

Microsoft and Oracle have struck a cloud alliance, giving techies everywhere the opportunity to run applications which are older than you across...

Waiting for Red Hat OpenShift 4.0? Too late, 4.1 has already...

Red Hat users waiting for OpenShift 4.0 can stop holding their breath - the company has gone straight to v4.1.