Google lets users down slowly as it unmakes App Maker

Google is pulling the plug on its App Maker low code development platform, barely 18 months after officially launching it as part...

Puppet fires off Bolt 2.0

Puppet has debuted v2.0 of its Bolt orchestration and automation tool, with a new inventory format top of the list of claimed...

Whoah Oh, woh, woh woh, Woah Oh…Facebook sets you right on...

Facebook has launched its own time keeping service to help keep devices in sync over the internet - a problem that fascinates...

What’s the point: AWS Fargate hits 1.4, Sysdig gets deeper into...

AWS has released v1.4 of its Fargate Platform. The revamp of the serverless compute engine brings support for Amazon Elastic File System...

GitLab gets fuzzy about security, acquires Peach Tech and Fuzzit

GitLab, the company behind the DevOps platform of the same name, has announced the acquisition of testing companies Peach Tech and Fuzzit,...

You’re in charge of change, and now you need to talk...

Here you are, doing the DevOps so hard you've broken the spine of your DevOps Handbook, but Robin won't get with the whole "culture...

What’s the point: AWS/PowerShell, GitLab, Docker Community Engine

AWS has announced PowerShell Core 6.0 support with AWS Lambda, delighting those who love Microsoft’s configuration tool AND Serverless. The new feature will enable PowerShell...

Mesosphere plots to bring order to hybrid cloud, machine learning

Mesosphere shot a slew of new products into orbit today, hitting a brace of buzzwords on the way with fresh offerings for Kubernetes and...

Clueless on Kubernetes? You’re not alone, says Heptio

Kubernetes may seem like manifest destiny but just getting started remains one of its biggest hurdles with the single greatest challenge being lack of...

Chef updates Habitat Base Plans and so should you

Application automation software Habitat is due for a Base Plan refresh today, so don’t worry if you run into dependency errors later on. Habitat belongs...