What’s the point: Red Hat migration beta, Spring’s new Boot, and Qt’s latest RC

Red Hat has launched a beta of its migration analytics service, which it says will help customers’ digital transformation by delivering “an...

Open source luminaries turn up spotlight on GitHub over ICE deal

An open letter to Git Hub demanding that it drop its controversial contract with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency was...

Datadog serves up RUM to bring app users into focus

Datadog has turned its teeth on its customers’ website visitors, adding Real User Monitoring - or RUM - to its menu of...

Elastic bounces out Stack 7.5.0 release, looks ahead with Kibana Lens

Elastic has shipped what must surely be its last major release of the year in the shape of Elastic Stack 7.5.0.

What’s the point: JetBrains blasts out IntelliJ IDEA, GitLab users on Lambda, HashiCorp serves up mugs, Django hits 3.0

JetBrains has shipped IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3, promising faster startup by parallelising some previously sequential instructions and reorganising classes. It also claims better...

AWS swoops on deadline dodging Windows Server 2008 users

AWS kicked off its mega re:Invent shindig this week by targeting panic-stricken Windows Server 2008 users with a service to “future proof”...
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TeamCity hands clean-up control over to users

Dev tool provider JetBrains just released a first taster of TeamCity 2019.2. The new version of the CI/CD server promises flexible clean-up...

GitLab finds integration issues, pushes security fixes

The team behind repository management system cum DevOps platform GitLab has released versions 12.5.1, 12.4.4, and 12.3.7 for GitLab Community Edition (CE)...

Grafana focuses on CloudWatch, eases Docker image woes

Monitoring and observability platform Grafana is now available in version 6.5, adding curated dashboards for a variety of Amazon services, bringing Ubuntu-based...

Ansible Tower 3.6 introduces approval nodes

Red Hat has quietly pushed out version 3.6 of Ansible Tower, offering users customisable notifications, workflow pauses, and better integration with GitHub...

Prometheus, but for logs: Loki gets ready for production mischief

Open source log aggregation system Loki recently hit the big 1.0, declaring the tool officially ready for use in production. 

GitLab 12.5 gets multi-cloud rolling

The team behind repository management platform GitLab has release version 12.5 of the project, extending its multi-cloud strategy to Amazon’s EKS and...

What’s the point: Datadog sniffs security threats, Quarkus tools up, news AWS features

Datadog has added Security Monitoring to its service, which it says will help customers detect threats in real time, and investigate alerts...

Facebook ditches own dev environment for Visual Studio Code

Facebook has said it is making Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code its default development environment internally. It is also partnering with Microsoft to...

Red Hat refurbs Workspaces with Visual Studio extensions, air-gapping

Red Hat has updated its cloud-native CodeReady Workspaces development environment with support for Visual Studio Code extensions, an air-gapped install feature, plus...

JFrog spawns ‘free to use’ Container Registry

JFrog, best known for its Artifactory repository tool, has unveiled a free-to-use JFrog Container Registry that builds on Artifactory to support Docker-style...