Two Linux Foundation Hyperledger Blockchain projects nearing 1.0

Hyperledger – the Linux Foundation’s blockchain-for-business project – should enter 2019 with the completion of two major framework projects. However, its Compose development tools and...

F5 buys NGINX for $670m to give itself a DevOps refresh

F5 Networks has laid down $670m to hoover up NGINX, the company behind the eponymous open source web server.

Number of ‘elite’ DevOps organisations triples in a year, says DORA

If you’re not an elite DevOps performer, maybe you’re not trying hard enough. At least that’s one conclusion you could draw from...

DataStax Luna offers support to leave Cassandra’s dark sides behind

Database vendor DataStax has started offering commercial support for open source project Apache Cassandra and released some free tools to signal its...

CouchDB 3.0 ends admin party era

Document-oriented NoSQL database CouchDB is now available in version 3.0, which, according to its makers, addresses “most of the shortcomings that our...

Kubernetes co-founder Joe Beda to kick off Continuous Lifecycle London

We're very pleased to announce that Joe Beda, one of the founders of Kubernetes, will be delivering a keynote at Continuous Lifecycle London in...

Red Hat Satellite 6.5 brings support for RHEL 8, container management...

Red Hat has delivered an updated version of its Satellite management tool, adding support to handle the recently released Red Hat Enterprise...

Like sniffing code? GitHub has a code search challenge just for...

GiHub is calling on data scientists to help it challenge one of the most pressing issues facing tech - how to search...

Amazon fits EFS with better access management

Amazon has updated its elastic file system (EFS) with new access management and security features in a bid to make creating “scalable...

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...