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Promethean effort: Version 2.25 of monitoring system intros feature flags

Prometheus 2.25 is now available for download, bringing a number of small enhancements and a commitment to feature […]

What’s the point: GitLab, HCP Consul, Sauce Labs, Kite, ASF, CNCF, and Netflix tech

GitLab’s monthly security updates are in, with the company strongly recommending a switch to versions 13.8.2, 13.7.6, or […]

What’s the point: Kong Gateway, pip, ASF, Vitess, OpenShift, and Docker

API gateway Kong Gateway has rolled out its 2.3 release. In addition to finally allowing teams to name […]

Safety…first? Prometheus 2.24 finally features TLS on HTTP serving endpoints

The Prometheus team has pushed out its first release of the year, improving the monitoring system’s security and […]

What’s that coming over the hill? 2020’s last Kubernetes release

The Kubernetes release cycle is back to its usual self, bringing version 1.20 to K8s aficionados young and […]

What’s the point: Ansible, Puppet, Rust, Kong Mesh, etcd, and Prometheus

IT automation product Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform has been updated to version 1.2, which moves the tool […]

Kuma mesh gets ready for multi-zone catches

The team behind service mesh Kuma has made it across the 1.0 finish line, declaring the CNCF sandbox […]

Linkerd 2.9 arrives on Kubernetes wave, becomes more multicluster-savvy

Kubernetes service mesh Linkerd 2.9 has made it across the finish line, featuring zero-config mutual TLS for all […]

What’s the point: Rook, Kong, Docker Hub, Elixir, Sumo Logic, and Sonatype

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has gained another graduate project. Accepted into the CNCF in 2018, storage project […]

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 […]