Cloudflare goes live with Workers Unbound for serverless apps that need a little more time

Cloudflare has opened its Workers Unbound service for general availability, expanding its serverless execution environment with more capabilities, catering for applications that...

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What’s the point: GitLab, Serverless, Go, Eclipse Foundation, ScyllaDB, Slim.ai, and Otomi

After pushing out a security release just a week ago, GitLab discovered that one of the fixes could be easily bypassed, meaning...

What’s the point: CLion, Rancher, Apache TVM, and AWS Lambda

The final CLion release of the year aims to lend C/C++ developers a hand at debugging. To make the experience smoother, it...

What’s cooking? Progress updates Chef’s configuration manager, mixes and merges other ingredients

Progress has revealed the first updates to configuration manager Chef, its latest acquisition, since its $220m purchase completed earlier this month.

Practitioners wanted: Call for proposals for Continuous Lifecycle 2021 is open NOW

Even though a lot of things are different this year, autumn is still the time of our Continuous Lifecycle call for proposals...
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Life in the Fastly lane: Wasmtime devs migrate to edge cloud firm

Bytecode Alliance project Wasmtime will be moving to edge content and app distributor Fastly, the open source consortium said yesterday.

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...

Amazon unleashes AI code reviewer on Java devs, hopes to eliminate ‘most expensive’ lines of code

Amazon has made its machine learning-backed code reviewing tool CodeGuru generally available, showing developers working with JVM languages which part of their...

What’s the point: Azure DevOps roadmap, Spring Boot, Skopeo, Drill in need, TriggerMesh, and RedisAI

The DevOps section of Microsoft’s Azure team has updated the roadmap for the service formerly known as Team Foundation Server. Amongst other...

Big in… Poland? New report sees Eastern Europe amongst top container adopters

In tune with the spreading spirit of introspection during lockdown, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation has pushed out a State of Cloud...

Stackery slots security, CI/CD to Lambda loving platform

Stackery has added security and CI/CD capabilities to its serverless development platform, giving customers the option of not using their existing DevOps...

What’s the point: AWS Fargate hits 1.4, Sysdig gets deeper into IBM Cloud, Google’s SRE tome, Nomad and Go updates

AWS has released v1.4 of its Fargate Platform. The revamp of the serverless compute engine brings support for Amazon Elastic File System...

Azure says service is running fine, but is adding capacity anyway…

Microsoft has said it is adding capacity to its Azure platform over the coming weeks to deal with surging demand as a...

Running containers and Kubernetes? You’re completely normal, CNCF figures show

Kubernetes and related projects are most definitely in production, the latest Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s user survey shows. The...

Whats the point: AWS extends savings to Lambda, Azure drills on costs, Travis goes large, OAS goes 3.0.3

AWS has extended its Compute Savings Plans to cover Lambda functions, promising savings of up to 17 per cent. The vendor’s Savings...