GitHub trials machine learning so you can mind your language

GitHub is trialling a machine-learning powered system to identify the babel of languages across the code repo platform. You...

GitLab finally cuts loose from ‘pain in the a**’ MySQL

GitLab has finally called time on its support for MySQL, after losing patience with the venerable but cranky open source database.

What’s the point: OpenAPI-to-GraphQL, TensorRT, Jenkins, GNU Rush

In time for its first major release, IBM decided to rename OASGraph to OpenAPI-to-GraphQL. The project is meant to automatically generate GraphQL...

source{d} to improve insight with enterprise offering and community beta

Observability company source{d} has introduced an enterprise version of its data platform and started letting private users, open source maintainers and smaller...

Salesforce cements itself into Continuous Delivery Foundation

Salesforce has joined the Continuous Delivery Foundation, instantly making itself one of the biggest companies in the group. Salesforce,...

IBM clears way for Red Hat buy by offloading unwanted software...

IBM has further cleared the decks ahead of its takeover of Red Hat this week, by completing the offloading of another tranche...

Google aims to standardise robots.txt, 25 years on

Google has declared it is open sourcing its robots.txt parser software, in parallel with an effort to standardise robots.txt, the venerable protocol...

Mesosphere puts DC/OS on the monitoring train

Infrastructure experts Mesosphere have pushed their DC/OS Monitoring framework out of the preview stages, making v1.0 generally available to all.

Brussels gives Big Blue green light for Red Hat buy

IBM’s borging of Red Hat is a virtual cert, after the European Union gave its blessing to the $34bn deal, and asserted...

GitLab hauls in engineers, targets new features at designers

GitLab will more than double its engineering head count this year as its expands its DevOps platform into security and beyond.