Oracle Linux hits 8.0, with a hint of deja vu…

Big Red has unleashed Oracle Linux version 8, which could the OS of choice for those using the database giant’s cloud or...

What’s the point: Search UI, TensorFlow, Go, LinkedIn, and ML.NET

Elastic’s Search UI library for integrating search capabilities to websites and web apps has reached version 1.0, thus becoming ready for use...

Cloudera builds YuniKorn to unify cross-platform scheduling

Cloudera has released universal resource scheduler YuniKorn into the wild, bringing a unified approach to scheduling stateless batch workloads and stateful services...

Pivotal swings to Kubernetes

Pivotal has done a major turn in the direction of Kubernetes, announcing that its flagship PAS platform will run on the container...

IBM unveils trio of open source Kubernetes projects, and not a Red Hat-trick in sight

IBM has unwrapped a trio of Kubernetes-focused open source projects today, building on the Razee project it launched back in May.

Linkerd service mesh hits v2.4 with HA, traffic splitting, and more debugging help

The team behind Linkerd has released version 2.4 of its service mesh, throwing a traffic splitting feature and service mesh interface support...
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Red Hat builds OpenShift Pipelines on Google-spawned Tekton

Red Hat has relaid the pipeline options in its OpenShift container platform, throwing its weight behind the nascent Tekton CI/CD project.

Weave didn’t start the fire, but anyway…here’s Ignite

Kubernetes experts Weaveworks celebrated their fifth birthday by presenting an alpha version of Weave Ignite, a new open source project to manage...

DC/OS gives Enterprise ops better handle on storage

Users of Mesosphere’s DC/OS Enterprise offering can now set up policy-driven storage to help with the storage orchestration for their distributed stateful...

IBM closes Red Hat buy, developer programmes kept separate

IBM closed its acquisition of Red Hat today, and immediately declared that bar $34bn changing hands, nothing much has changed and the...

Open Build Service bids farewell to old UI and – what did you just ship there?

Open Build Service (OBS), an open source system to build and distribute binary packages from source code, is now available in version...

Red Hat’s Kafka support metamorphosises to 2.2.1 in AMQ Streams

Red Hat has revamped the streaming element of its messaging suite, AMQ Streams, adding updated Kafka support. Red Hat...

IBM clears way for Red Hat buy by offloading unwanted software lines…

IBM has further cleared the decks ahead of its takeover of Red Hat this week, by completing the offloading of another tranche...

Istio fixes Envoy crashing flaw with trio of updates

Istio disclosed a flaw in its JWT authentication filter on Friday that could crash the Envoy proxy it uses, prompting a trio...

Mesosphere puts DC/OS on the monitoring train

Infrastructure experts Mesosphere have pushed their DC/OS Monitoring framework out of the preview stages, making v1.0 generally available to all.

Brussels gives Big Blue green light for Red Hat buy

IBM’s borging of Red Hat is a virtual cert, after the European Union gave its blessing to the $34bn deal, and asserted...