OpenShift boards the GitOps train

OpenShift 4.7 has landed, aligning the platform with various other Kubernetes distributions that are slowly catching up with the K8s 1.20 release...

Vault for secret keeping? CNCF End User Technology Radar spots surprising interest

The CNCF End User Community has released its fourth technology radar, this time scanning the tools and approaches to manage authentication credentials...

GitLab’s latest and greatest buffs up pipelines, ropes in GPUs for ML workloads

GitLab 13.9 is now available, fitting the platform with all sorts of pipeline enhancements, a couple of additional security features, and ways...

Break point: OpenTelemetry, Grafana, Tracee, Dapr, OpenAPI, and Ansible

After a good four months of release candidate testing, the OpenTelemetry tracing specification hit v1.0 this week. Core maintainer Ted Young announced...

From the rooftops shout it out: Go 1.16 ready to go (onto more 64-bit architectures)

Go 1.16, the latest iteration of the programming language used in infrastructure projects like Docker and Kubernetes, has been released, and adds...

What’s the point: Elastic, Rust, Racket, Kong, GitLab, and Polar Signals

Elastic users can start updating their stack to version 7.11 now. The release is the first to sport the changed licensing options...
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Edge is getting crowded: Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform 2.16 adds ARM, OPA, ML support

Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform (KKP) has been pushed out in v2.16, seeing the open source project for managing Kubernetes cluster automation gain sought-after...

Istio 1.9 opens up to external authorisers, VM support goes to beta

Istio - the service mesh developed by Google - has landed in version 1.9, finally getting Kubernetes Service API support going and...

Grafana 7.4 preps platform for next generation alerting, introduces content policy support

Analytics and monitoring platform Grafana is now available in version 7.4, giving teams the chance to play around with some experimental visualisations...

Stuck with your Java monolith? Automatic refactoring might just be within reach

Microservices seem to have won the software architecture battle, but it’s not all green-field development, and breaking a monolith up into more...

What’s the point: Kong Gateway, pip, ASF, Vitess, OpenShift, and Docker

API gateway Kong Gateway has rolled out its 2.3 release. In addition to finally allowing teams to name their routes and services...

With this cloud you are really spoiling us: Ambassador presents all new Telepresence to power collaboration project

Telepresence users who’d like to share their development progress with fellow distributed team mates now have the chance to do so via...

HAProxy Ingress Controller 1.5 introduces mTLS support, gives load balancing experts more power

Version 1.5 of the HAProxy ingress controller for Kubernetes has landed, providing users with extra security measures and a way to run...

What’s the point: Facebook SDK, Grafana, DigitalOcean, GNU nano, Istio, OpsRamp, and Elastic

Facebook has released version 9.0 of its series of SDKs to let app developers integrate all sorts of platform features into their...

Sick of K8s yet? Good, Engine Yard and Hitachi also offer Kubernetes services now

Developers looking for an easy way to get started with Kubernetes now have two more options to try: Engine Yard Kontainers and...

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

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