Slack tells enterprises to bring their encryption keys to lock up their channels

Slack has tightened up the controls it offers its enterprise customers, by allowing them to use their own encryption keys to the...

Mozilla wants Iodide to breath life into data science documents

Firefox makers Mozilla have found another way to use their favourite browser, by tricking it out for (data) science documentation. Not completely...

Git integration and incremental diff should make Sublime Text experience sublimer

Proprietary “code, markup and prose” editor Sublime Text is out in v3.2, bringing long awaited features such as Git integration to users.

Linux Foundation offers devs and project maintainers help with money, mentoring and security

The Linux Foundation has pledged to address three of the big problems facing open source developers, namely money, security and mentoring.

Elastic founder shoots back at AWS’ forking distro plan

Elastic founder Shay Bannon has launched an impassioned defence of his company’s open source credentials, a day after AWS launched its own...

Inter-clusters communication is becoming a thing with Rancher’s Submariner

Ever wanted to let your microservice communicate with ones deployed in another Kubernetes cluster? With newly launched Submariner, Rancher is starting a...
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CLL19: From on-prem to serverless, here’s how to transform your software ops

There’s just over a day left to grab your early bird tickets for Continuous Lifecycle, and join us in May for three days...

AWS launches Elasticsearch distro to guard customers against “muddy open source waters”

AWS has partnered with companies such as Netflix and Expedia Group to release Open Distro for Elasticsearch in a bid to “keep...

F5 buys NGINX for $670m to give itself a DevOps refresh

F5 Networks has laid down $670m to hoover up NGINX, the company behind the eponymous open source web server.

Prometheus 2.8 offers block-bulks a leg-up

Monitoring system and time series database Prometheus 2.8 is now available, introducing experimental vertical query merging and vertical compacting as well as...

Spring Cloud sees flowering of Data Flow 2.0….and Skipper too

Spring Cloud has released 2.0 versions of Data Flow and Spring Cloud Skipper, just about hitting the deadline the team behind the...

What’s the point: Sysdig Secure 2.3, Terraform updates

Container security specialist Sysdig has released v2.3 of its Sysdig Secure offering for runtime security and forensics. To make...

Love DevOps, not sure about the cloud? Microsoft finally delivers Azure DevOps Server

Microsoft has officially shipped Azure DevOps Server, the on-prem counterpart to the cloud-based service it unwrapped last September. Or...

GitHub engineers band together on Elasticsearch library project, Vulcanizer bounces out

GItHub engineers have open-sourced a library for operating Elasticsearch that grew out of a frustrated effort to build a packaged chat app...

What’s the point: Rust cracks open to reveal 1.33.0, RedHat has SpringBoot, Azure launches Labs, AWS turns X-Ray on Python

The team behind Rust released v1.33.0 of the programming language last week. The team flagged two key updates in the latest version....

Atlassian rolls out Bitbucket Pipes to stop DevOps teams tying themselves up with duct tape

Atlassian has unveiled a series of off the shelf integrations between its Bitbucket Pipelines service and key tools and platforms across the...