What’s the point: CUDA, PyCharm, CLion, IoTDB, Instana, Spring Tools, and OpenShift

Version 11.1 of Nvidia’s parallel computing platform and GPU programming model CUDA is now available, fitting the project with support for the...

Snyk buys DeepCode to inject AI into DevSecOps mix

Open source security platform provider Snyk has announced the acquisition of AI-powered code analysis company DeepCode. Financial details of the deal haven’t...

What’s new in the cloud: Grafana Metrics Enterprise, KubeEdge, Kong, Docker Enterprise and Desktop

Analytics and monitoring tool provider Grafana has updated its enterprise portfolio by adding a little something for the Prometheus crowd. The new...

What’s the point: Qt, Qbs, cri-o, HashiCorp Sentinel, and a new CNCF radar

Qt 6.0 is on its way, but it’s shaping up to be different than developers were expecting. Qt product manager Santtu Ahonen...

Prometheus 2.21 emerges with improved service discovery

Monitoring system Prometheus 2.21 is now available for download, providing users with upgraded service discovery, some UI enhancements, and bugfixes for a...

What’s the point: Red Hat Marketplace, JDK version control, and Visual Studio Codespaces

After keeping its business under its hat for a couple of months, the IBM acquisition and venerable open source software purveyor has...
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What’s the point: Qt, Ruby, GitLab pricing, Databricks, TabNet, Icinga, and Ambassador

Ruby creator promises major release for Christmas Ruby creator Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto has informed the community around his...

Why not open our own Container Registry, muses GitHub as it gives orgs a hand at resource-sharing

With Docker container images being “the second most popular ecosystem” in GitHub Packages, GitHub has decided to give them their own designated...

Fresh out of the OVN: Container management project LXD 4.5 emerges, pushing virtual networks and security

System container manager LXD has been pushed out in version 4.5, fitting the Canonical-sponsored project with the capability to work with OVN...

Worth-the-wait K8s? Kubernetes 1.19 lands, giving admins time to slow down

After a slightly prolonged development circle, the Kubernetes project has emitted version 1.19 of the system for managing containerised applications.

Kong Enterprise goes into hybrid mode for 2.1 release

Kong has just rolled out version 2.1 of its service connectivity platform Kong Enterprise, which looks to provide better support for more...

What’s the point: Istio governance, CircleCI, Algorithmia, GraalVM, and KubeOne

The Istio project has made some changes to its governance model, giving the community more say in the admin side of things...

GitLab calls on first responders to ‘triage incidents’ as version 13.3 hoves into view

In tune with its usual release rhythm, the team behind DevOps platform GitLab has pushed version 13.3 of its product out, featuring...

Istio 1.7: Security improvements take centre stage as users continue to speculate about the service mesh’s future

Service mesh Istio has made its 1.7 version available, sporting security and operability improvements, while pushing VM integration forward to get the...

Prometheus, isn’t it? CNCF rounds off community shindig by slipping Thanos and Cortex into incubator

With no significant project update available in time for CloudNativeCon, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation has stretched its incubator to 21 by...

I node what you’ll do next summer: Red Hat drops veil on OpenShift 4.5, pushing virtualization and edge use-cases

Just in time for KubeCon Europe, Red Hat has decided to update its Kubernetes distribution OpenShift to v4.5, pushing three-node clusters and...