What’s the point: Qt, Qbs, cri-o, HashiCorp Sentinel, and a new CNCF radar

Qt 6.0 is on its way, but it’s shaping up to be different than developers were expecting. Qt product manager Santtu Ahonen...

Prometheus 2.21 emerges with improved service discovery

Monitoring system Prometheus 2.21 is now available for download, providing users with upgraded service discovery, some UI enhancements, and bugfixes for a...

That’s Progress: Chef eaten by Boston business-app-flinger, while Puppet sets up shop in Germany

Business application provider Progress has announced plans to buy infrastructure automation company Chef in an all-cash deal. For the small sum of...

JetBrains fires up TeamCity 2020.2 with early adopters scheme in mind

Development tooling whiz JetBrains has kicked off the early access program for version 2020.2 of its CI/CD server TeamCity, designed to be...

Important GitLab patch trio released; countering XSS flaws, potential AWS account takeover

GitLab has called on users to immediately upgrade their installations, dropping fixes for a range of vulnerabilities that could lead to file...

What’s the point: Qt, Ruby, GitLab pricing, Databricks, TabNet, Icinga, and Ambassador

Ruby creator promises major release for Christmas Ruby creator Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto has informed the community around his...
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Why not open our own Container Registry, muses GitHub as it gives orgs a hand at resource-sharing

With Docker container images being “the second most popular ecosystem” in GitHub Packages, GitHub has decided to give them their own designated...

Trust us: Rust 1.46 tries to provide stability in uncertain times

Despite changing employment circumstances of the core team and organisational shifts in the projects, programming language Rust is now available in version...

What’s the point: Istio governance, CircleCI, Algorithmia, GraalVM, and KubeOne

The Istio project has made some changes to its governance model, giving the community more say in the admin side of things...

GitLab calls on first responders to ‘triage incidents’ as version 13.3 hoves into view

In tune with its usual release rhythm, the team behind DevOps platform GitLab has pushed version 13.3 of its product out, featuring...

Istio 1.7: Security improvements take centre stage as users continue to speculate about the service mesh’s future

Service mesh Istio has made its 1.7 version available, sporting security and operability improvements, while pushing VM integration forward to get the...

Prometheus, isn’t it? CNCF rounds off community shindig by slipping Thanos and Cortex into incubator

With no significant project update available in time for CloudNativeCon, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation has stretched its incubator to 21 by...

For data scoffers: Elastic slings workplace search into free tier, trials query language, flexible ingestion

Elastic has updated its portfolio to version 7.9, which comes with an overhauled Kibana, data ingestion help, additional security features, and the...

In a new foundation we trust: Rust programming language to continue under fresh org

The Rust team already hinted at some changes, but now it’s official: the programming language will get its own foundation by the...

What’s the point: Ansible, Datadog, Amazon, Lens, Rust, and DeepMind

The team behind Red Hat’s IT automation tool Ansible is on track for the 2.10 release on September 22nd, and has just...

Ah Push it, push it good: Pulumi tries to please cloud natives with shiny open source projects

Infra-as-code tooling provider and Terraform challenger Pulumi has expanded its open source portfolio with a Kubernetes operator and some conversion tools, while...