Ever wondered what’s next? In future, GitHub Desktop will tell you…

If you’ve ever been plunged into angst around the question “what’s next”, the latest version of GitHub Desktop might be able to help. In a...

GitLab patches security issue, Google adds Go to Cloud Functions, Rust hits v.1.32.0

GitLab has pushed out a security patch worth looking at: Users are strongly encouraged to upgrade to newly released versions 11.6.4, 11.5.7, and 11.4.14...

Red Hat/Fedora decide MongoDB’s SSLP doesn’t fit

MongoDB’s January blues deepened this week as the team behind the Red Hat-backed Fedora Linux distribution confirmed it had added the open source database’s...

LogicMonitor launches Kubernetes monitoring, Azure services updates

LogicMonitor has added Kubernetes monitoring to the feature lineup of its SaaS platform. The monitoring outfit’s take on Kubernetes monitoring relies on a pair of...

Who’s winning in DevOps? Americans and Brits, according to Puppet Salary Report

Salaries for DevOps workers are continuing to go up, but if you think there’s a quick way to upskill yourself into a cushier gig,...

Elixir reworks formula for extra speed and more security

The team behind Elixir have finally distilled Version 1.8 of the multi-purpose programming language, which should facilitate event tracking, lessen compilation time, and ease security concerns. To...
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Interview: Red Hat’s Michael Hausenblas on learning to walk before running into a Serverless mess

Talking to people about the ‘next big thing’ often leads to a discussion about Serverless Computing at the moment. As an advocate for the...

DBAs overwhelmingly embrace database DevOps…well, nearly

Database DevOps looks set to become the norm in the next few years, though a hardcore of firms has no intention of getting with...

GitHub adds status options, emojis, stokes ‘social network’ fears

GitHub landed developers with yet another dilemma this week, by allowing them to set status options in their personal profiles. As GitHub put it, you...

Red Hat tops out Ansible Tower 3.4 with nest of workflows

Red Hat has announced general availability of Ansible Tower 3.4, with the biggest additions coming in the shape of a quartet of workflow enhancements. Nested...

Something for everyone: Azure teams unveil rash of updates

To start the New Year off and get your Azure usage up, Microsoft has pushed out updates to tools and services across its cloud...

Fresh breeze hits Apache Software Foundation as Airflow joins top-level projects

Almost three years after joining the Apache Software Foundation’s incubation program, workflow management platform Airflow has reached top-level project status. Airflow began as an open...

Secretive type? GitHub unveils free private repositories for all

If you always wanted to keep your tinkering repos private but couldn’t be bothered to either switch to GitLab or pay, you’re in luck:...

Never heard of a ‘mainframe’? Compuware will see you now

Love or loath mainframes, they're always there and the dilemma facing anyone building modern systems down the decades in finance, utilities and manufacturing has...

Issues with TeamCity? It announced fixes for 100 late last month

JetBrains pushed out an upgrade to its TeamCity CI server over the holiday break, which it said would address a number of performance and...

GitLab user? Maybe start your year with an update

Now available GitLab 11.6.1, 11.5.6, and 11.4.13 fix a couple of security vulnerabilities affecting versions as far back as 8.0 - an upgrade is...