GitLab fixes XSS, auth issues. Plus: Want help with an MFA reset? Paying customers only

In newly released versions 13.2.3, 13.1.6 and 13.0.12, repo management cum DevOps platform GitLab has pushed out a slew of security fixes...

Icinga upgrades to keep up with complex environment demands

The team behind monitoring system Icinga has declared version 2.12 of the tool as ready, which is the first to sport the...

JetBrains revs-up new engine for more IntelliJ Rust support

As hinted at last week, code development tool provider JetBrains has just released version 0.3 of its IntelliJ Rust plugin - something...

What’s the point: Vitess, Cloudflare Workers Unbound, Kuma, New Relic, GitHub, and Oso

Database clustering system and CNCF graduated project Vitess has recently become available in version 7.0, improving SQL support and stability amongst other...

Atlassian looks to beef-up ITSM portfolio with Mindville acquisition

Software development and collaboration tooling provider Atlassian has continued its shopping spree, acquiring asset tracking and config management developer Mindville just two...

Slowly, we’ll Git rid of it: 2.28 to help ‘wean’ project off master term

The team behind version control system Git has pushed out version 2.28 of its project, adding the promised mechanism for easily setting...
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Prometheus 2.20 gets better at service discovery, hits WAL by default

Monitoring system Prometheus has recently hit version 2.20, improving the CNCF project’s service discovery, query language, and user interface, amongst other things.

HashiCorp opens doors to Vault 1.5, Consul Service on Azure, and Linux Repository

Infrastructure automation expert HashiCorp recently finished work on version 1.5 of its secret management tool Vault and pushed out some other product...

GitLab brings Jira support in 13.2 though admits there is ‘natural tension’ as it seeks to be everything to everyone

The headline feature in this release is the ability to assign issues to more than one "milestone" – GitLab jargon for a way of organising issues and merge requests into cohesive iterations. While this may seem a small change, it is significant...

Rust 1.45.0 to deal with ‘longstanding unsoundness’

Developer darling Rust has hit version 1.45.0, replete with a fix for some long-standing "unsoundness" and stable support for Rocket.

Workload orchestration: HashiCorp sends Nomad 0.12 across clusters

DevOps tool provider HashiCorp’s application and container orchestrator Nomad has recently hit version 0.12, bringing multi-cluster deployments to enterprise customers among other...

SUSE looks to beef up its cloud-native enterprise kit, pops Rancher Labs in its trolley

Linux distributor SUSE has entered an agreement to acquire enterprise Kubernetes management tooling provider Rancher Labs. Financial details on the deal haven’t...

What’s the point: GitLab, Contour, porting .NET apps, HAProxy, and CLion

GitLab pushes out patches for Workhorse bypass The team behind DevOps platform GitLab strongly recommends that users update...

TIOBE chief claims COVID-19 is a factor after programming language R moves up the index

The TIOBE Programming Community index for July is now available, and pulls up statistical programming language R to eighth place, while Rust...

Sealed with an XSS: It’s that time of the month again, so go update GitLab

GitLab’s monthly security update is here, fixing a number of potential cross-site scripting issues, a denial of service vulnerability, and some other...

What’s the point: Lua, AWS App2Container, OpsRamp, Diamanti Spektra, Couchbase, and Redis

Is summer a silly season for dev news? No chance! To keep you up to date with the latest developments in the...