Google slaps management charge on GKE clusters – customers have their 5 x two cents…

Google is overhauling its pricing for its GKE service and introducing a management charge for clusters, sparking outrage […]

DataStax gets munchies, swallows The Last Pickle

DataStax has juiced up its services business with the takeover of Apache Cassandra consulting firm, The Last Pickle. […]

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 […]

Google binds mobile dev’s glances to Android Studio 3.6

Code editing and debugging quality are the focal points of just released Android Studio 3.6, which for example […]

OCaml aims at overall performance in 4.10 release

General purpose programming language OCaml has landed in version 4.10, improving memory usage, garbage collection (GC) costs and […]

Individual accounts, missing naming standards, and legacy – Linux Foundation’s recipe for security disaster

The Linux Foundation has, together with Harvard’s Lab for Innovation Science, released its second go at a FOSS […]

Qt 5.15 Alpha is ready for testing

Version 5.15 of the GUI toolkit and cross-platform app framework Qt has been released a bit behind schedule, […]

SaltStack team ships release, parties like it…3000

SaltStack has pushed out the latest version of its automation platform with a stack of new features and […]

Is that a GDB in your pipeline? Debugger hits 9.1

GDB users can now download version 9.1 of their fav debugger, which brings interesting additions such as a […]

Red Hat’s Quarkus Tools for VS Code promise a lot less bother, and an awful lot of hover

Red Hat has pushed a revamped version of Quarkus Tools for Visual Studio Code onto the the VS […]