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.

What’s the point: XebiaLabs drops machine learning in pipeline

XebiaLabs has become the latest CD vendor to drop a big dollop of machine learning into its pipeline toolset, claiming its DevOps...

HashiCorp gets rid off Consul’s old clothes in 1.5 release

Service discovery and key-value store Consul is now available in version 1.5, mainly updating the project’s UI as well as its service...

Istio fixes Envoy crashing flaw with trio of updates

Istio disclosed a flaw in its JWT authentication filter on Friday that could crash the Envoy proxy it uses, prompting a trio...

etcd strikes a balance, bolsters backend with 3.4 release

etcd hit v3.4 late last week, promising an improved storage backend, revamped raft voting process, and whole new client balancer, amongst a...

Jaeger seventh project to graduate CNCF

The technical oversight committee of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation has voted distributed tracing platform Jaeger into Graduate status, lining it up...

What’s the point: New Rust, Terraform tweaks, CFEngine revs

The Rust team have released v1.40.0 of the programming language. The team have flagged up a number of key improvements, including the...

Prometheus peeps present UI progress

The team behind CNCF-graduated monitoring system Prometheus has pushed version 2.16 into the open, sharing UI progress and treating users to PromQL...

Users love using software components with known vulns more than ever,...

Over half of projects hosted on GitLab.com included components with “known vulnerabilities”, research by the DevOps vendor has shown.

What’s the point: Lua, AWS App2Container, OpsRamp, Diamanti Spektra, Couchbase, and...

Is summer a silly season for dev news? No chance! To keep you up to date with the latest developments in the...