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...

HashiCorp adds some flourish to managed offering and Terraform portfolio

HashiCorp has started off the new year by advancing its cloud projects and improving Terraform Enterprise for reliability and scale.

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...

Docker: It’s not dead yet, but there’s a tendency to walk away, security report finds

Sysdig just handed in its Container Security and Usage Report for 2021, and the latest edition shows that even though security measures...

Can’t say goodbye to mono repos? DigitalOcean shares secret gta sauce so you don’t have to

In a bid to boost its open source credibility, cloud provider DigitalOcean has shared the sources of transitive analysis tool gta. 

What’s the point: TensorFlow, Cider, Chef Infra Server, and Chronosphere

The TensorFlow project has started the year with a slew of security releases, fixing some medium to severe vulnerabilities arising from lack...
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Safety…first? Prometheus 2.24 finally features TLS on HTTP serving endpoints

The Prometheus team has pushed out its first release of the year, improving the monitoring system’s security and giving its command line...

Git your updates now: Version control system hits 2.30, preps for main switch

Git maintainer Junio C Hamano recently pushed version 2.30 of the version control software out the door, featuring enhancements to command line...

Ruby 3.0 lands. Click your heels together 3 times and say: Speed up programs, speed up programs, speed up programs

Five years in the making, performance-oriented Ruby 3.0 has finally landed providing programmers with parallel execution features, and first tools which should...

Where do ITSM and DevOps overlap? All the way along the value stream

Sponsored Conference organisers and commentators might delight in setting the DevOps and IT service management (ITSM) communities against each other, but the...

Time for something easy: Apache Airflow hits 2.0, focuses on speed and simplicity

Just before going on their end of year break, the team behind Airbnb-bred open source project Apache Airflow has pushed its second...

+1 for chaos engineering: AWS gets fault injection simulator, adds hosted monitoring services

AWS re:Invent still isn’t done and this week, the traditional keynote by Amazon’s CTO Dr Werner Vogels looked at some new and...

What’s the point: Nomad, Waypoint, Lens, NetBeans, GitLab, cri-o, and Ansible Builder

HashiCorp has pushed v1.0 of its workload orchestrator Nomad into general availability. The latest iteration allows users to set up namespaces, and...

What’s ITIL got to do with DevOps? Lots more than you’d think

Sponsored It’s been over a decade since DevOps first burst onto the tech world, promising to blow away organisational silos and old ways...

Need more Space to collaborate? JetBrains looks to hook you up

A good year after first introducing team collaboration tool Space, JetBrains has this week pushed the service into general availability. Space Business...

Terraform 0.14 lands, marking “final stepping stones” to 1.0 release

DevOps tooling biz HashiCorp has put the finishing touches on version 0.14 of Terraform, to bring the infrastructure as code project one...