What is the best way to run a container on AWS? And will Lambda SnapStart come to other runtimes?

Interview: DevClass spoke to Deepak Singh, VP Developers, Events, Containers and Serverless at AWS.  Deepak Singh, VP Developer,...

Microsoft releases .NET 7 spanning Windows to WebAssembly, but can it keep up with the modern web platform?

Microsoft has released .NET 7, along with a flurry of updates to related frameworks and tools, including C# 11, F# 7, Entity...

Serverside WebAssembly hyped at Kubecon North America: tooling for Docker and Dapr integration introduced

Kubecon has kicked off, both virtual and in-person in Detroit, Michigan, including a Cloud Native Wasm (WebAssmbly) Day hosted by CNCF (Cloud...

After axing free plans, Heroku introduces ‘low cost’ tier including scale to zero

Salesforce-owned Heroku is introducing new low-cost dyno plans, called Eco, to mitigate its decision last month to end free plans from November...

Microsoft emits .NET 7 early release licensed for production, new Visual Studio preview

Microsoft has released .NET 7 Release Candidate (RC) 1, and according to the team: “This is the first of two … that...

StackBlitz server-in-browser adds Firefox support, headless API

StackBlitz, whose WebContainer product enables a Node.js server to run in WebAssembly within the browser for development, has added alpha support for...

Rust applications previewed on Azure Sphere – a ‘lifeline’ for embedded systems, says Microsoft

Microsoft has previewed Rust-based applications on Azure Sphere, its platform for cloud-connected devices. Azure Sphere is formed of...

Microsoft’s devcontainer.json: Just for VS Code or an evolving standard?

Last month,  Microsoft declared that “dev containers have become broadly useful for scenarios beyond VS Code” and introduced an open source development...

Interview: Does new Envoy Gateway give hope for reduction in Kubernetes project sprawl?

Part of the notorious CNCF Cloud Native Landscape diagram: too many "duplicative efforts"? Among the most significant announcements...

GitHub Enterprise Server 3.5 released with Dependabot and more, but cloud version gets features first

GitHub Enterprise Server, the self-hosted version of the code shack's platform, has hit version 3.5. The company said there are over 60...

Cloud-native developers grow, proportion knowingly using Kubernetes slides – report

A report out this week indicates that while the population of cloud-native developers is growing, the number of programmers consciously using Kubernetes...

Docker launches Extensions, Linux Desktop, CEO doesn’t expect it’ll ‘take away more free stuff’

Docker put out a new Extensions feature at its virtual DockerCon event, which opened today. There is also the first release of...

Kubernetes 1.24 ‘Stargazer’ release removes Dockershim, adds OpenAPI v3 in beta

The Kubernetes project has released version 1.24 of its ubiquitous container orchestration system, Stargazer – the first release of 2022 and just...

Enterprises using more Kubernetes across more clouds, but continue to find it challenging: report

A new “State of Kubernetes” report sponsored by VMware shows continuing strong growth for Kubernetes adoption, despite its complexity. 

Istio will follow Knative to Cloud Native Computing Foundation, ending uncertainty over stewardship

Istio, a service mesh commonly used with Kubernetes to manage traffic between microservices, has been submitted to the CNCF (Cloud Native Computing...

Break point: GitHub, Istio, Snyk, SQLite, Vitesse, and Twist

GitHub opened its database of open source-related CVEs and security advisories for community contributions this week. The company describes the project as...