Serverless Inc update sees Python support slip into its Framework

Serverless Inc has updated its eponymous framework for building serverless applications and services with the ability to more easily deploy GraphQL apps...

What’s the point: GitLab, Serverless, Go, Eclipse Foundation, ScyllaDB, Slim.ai, and...

After pushing out a security release just a week ago, GitLab discovered that one of the fixes could be easily bypassed, meaning...

TriggerMesh clears way into the multi-cloud future

Serverless management platform provider TriggerMesh just released its Knative Lambda Runtimes (KLR) into the Kubernetes ecosystem, aiming at making AWS Lambda users just a...

Amazon S3 user? You may need to change the way you...

Developers using AWS take note:  the cloud platform plans to change the way objects stored in S3 buckets are addressed, in order...

CloudEvents delivers v0.3, says the hard work is nearly over

The CloudEvents project has delivered v0.3 of its eponymous spec which it says means the “core part” of developing a standard for...

What’s the point: JetBrains blasts out IntelliJ IDEA, GitLab users on...

JetBrains has shipped IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3, promising faster startup by parallelising some previously sequential instructions and reorganising classes. It also claims better...

Knative hits version 1.0 for serverless apps on Kubernetes

The Knative team has released version 1.0 of the open source platform for deploying and operating serverless cloud-native applications using Kubernetes.

Sumo Logic sees surging Serverless, Containers adoption

If you’re using Serverless, Kubernetes, Docker and DevSecOps, congratulations - you’re in excellent company according to Sumo Logic’s latest delve into its customers’ application...

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...

What’s the point: Tumblr sharpens Docker pruner, Spinnaker sails over Google,...

The tech team at Tumblr has open sourced a Docker Registry Pruner to apply retention policies to Docker Images. The team said...