What’s the point: Ansible, Puppet, Rust, Kong Mesh, etcd, and Prometheus

IT automation product Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform has been updated to version 1.2, which moves the tool towards better Kubernetes interoperability...

That’s another fine service mesh you’ve gotten us into: Consul refines access control, adds basic visualisation

Consul 1.9, HashiCorp’s service discovery cum service mesh tool, has left the beta phase behind, making mesh visualisation and application-aware intentions available...

A hot mesh? Istio team hopes so as it bets on user experience to lure devs with v 1.8

The team behind service mesh Istio has released version 1.8 of its project. The last major update of the year showcases further...

Quick reminder: Continuous Lifecycle Online 2021 call for presentation is ending soon

Are you working with software containers, looking after a microservice architecture, experimenting with edge computing, or leading a SRE team? Then we’d...

Kuma mesh gets ready for multi-zone catches

The team behind service mesh Kuma has made it across the 1.0 finish line, declaring the CNCF sandbox project ready for production...

Cloudy with a chance of ML: Feast creator joins Tecton, while Kinvolk introduces Headlamp, and yet another Kubernetes distro debuts

Just a couple of days after the LF AI & Data Foundation welcomed machine learning feature store Feast as an incubation project,...
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What’s the point: .NET, C#, F#, Elastic, Haskell, InfluxDB, K10, and Python (sorta)

After pushing out many preliminary versions throughout the year, Microsoft has now released .NET 5.0, as well as major updates to programming...

Linkerd 2.9 arrives on Kubernetes wave, becomes more multicluster-savvy

Kubernetes service mesh Linkerd 2.9 has made it across the finish line, featuring zero-config mutual TLS for all TCP connections and support...

Open sourcers get unlimited container pulls after sitting on the Docker ‘obey’, says firm

Following the recent announcement of pull rate restrictions for unpaid users, Docker has revealed further promised policy updates designed to restore unrestricted...

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3 adds roles, tunings, profiles, app streams, containers. That’s it.

The world’s favourite grown-up headgear-themed Linux distro, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, has reached version 8.3, Red Hat has announced. Identical in most...

Practitioners wanted: Call for proposals for Continuous Lifecycle 2021 is open NOW

Even though a lot of things are different this year, autumn is still the time of our Continuous Lifecycle call for proposals...

Kubernetes gets mishap trap with KubeLinter static config analyser

Container security specialist StackRox has released Kubelinter, its static analysis tool to automatically check container deployment against best-practice security standards.

Docker delays dead data delete, pushes on with pull purge

Container company Docker has announced a stay of execution on petabytes of dusty images cluttering up its Hub store, which were due to be deleted on 1 November.

Life in the Fastly lane: Wasmtime devs migrate to edge cloud firm

Bytecode Alliance project Wasmtime will be moving to edge content and app distributor Fastly, the open source consortium said yesterday.

We’re Loki trying to help log watchers: Grafana rolls out new system health tools to test and trace

Grafana Labs today rolled out two new tools to add to its metric visualisation suite of products during...

What’s the point: Puppet Comply, Qt 6.0 beta, cf-for-k8s, Prometheus, and Kata Containers

Compliance seems to be on many DevOps tool providers’ minds these days and Puppet is no exception. To address the issue, the...