SD Times news digest: xMatters open-sources Cthulhu, Unravel secures $35M in Series C funding, Syncsort partners with Snowflake

xMatters open-sourced Cthulhu, a chaos engineering tool that allows DevOps teams to design resilient, self-healing services various infrastructures. Chaos testing has gained popularity as more organizations move to a distributed systems model. The core features of Cthulhu include cross-platform failure orchestration which automatically run random failure scenarios and version-controllable scenarios so engineers can easily reproduce … continue reading

Open Source Day 2019 focuses on the cloud, security and development

The 12th edition of Open Source Day (OSD) will take place today at the Legia Warsaw Stadium in Poland’s capital city. The event will include presentations, forums and nine technical sessions spanning automation, containerization, cloud computing, virtualization, security, monitoring, CI/CD, software and app development and databases. “Participants at the upcoming event will be able to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub Package Registry available as limited beta, Qlik partners with Data Literacy and announces new features, Confluent enhances Confluent Cloud

GitHub released the limited beta of GitHub Package Registry, a package management service that makes it easy to publish public or private packages next to your source code. Pricing details will be announced soon. The service is fully integrated with GitHub and it provides fast, reliable downloads backed by GitHub’s global CDN. It also supports … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Q gets new security features, The Data Literacy Project announces community forum, CentOS releases status update on OS rebuild

Android Q is getting new security features that include encryption, platform hardening and authentication. In the Q release, the company is launching Adiantum, designed to run efficiently without cryptographic acceleration hardware, and to work across everything from smart watches to internet-connected medical devices. Now, all compatible Android devices newly launching with Android Q are required … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Instaclustr Certification Framework for Open Source Software

Instaclustr has announced a new certification program for open-source technologies. By certifying those technologies, companies will be able to develop with them with greater confidence. According to Instaclustr, the technologies are rigorously tested and evaluated under this program.  The company will be applying this framework to all of the open-source technologies that it currently supports. … continue reading

Red Hat Summit: Red Hat + NVIDIA, TrilioVault for Red Hat Virtualization, and Instana’s Agent Operator

The Red Hat Summit is taking place in Boston this week, and while Red Hat has used the event to announce a number of new updates, several other companies are also announcing expanded Red Hat offerings as well. Here are a few of the highlights: Red Hat furthers partnership with NVIDIA Red Hat has strengthened … continue reading

CI/CD for open-source Kubernetes applications

Having a continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) pipeline for a project is almost mandatory nowadays. With cloud-native software in general and Kubernetes applications in particular, developers and operators face new challenges: How do I run my end-to-end tests in a Kubernetes environment? How can I automate the process of testing and releasing my application for … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Dart 2.3 is available, Cambridge Intelligence launches ReGraph, BlazingSQL is now free on Google Colab

The stable release of Dart 2.3 is now available. The Dart 2.3 SDK offers new language features that improve the coding experience when developing user interfaces, new tooling support for developing Flutter UI, and two new websites: dart.dev & pub.dev. According to the Dart team, using a single language for both behavior and layout has … continue reading

Microsoft previews new web-based Visual Studio Online, reveals .NET 5

Microsoft is closer to delivering a long sought-after capability for Visual Studio developers – a web-based version of the IDE. The company demonstrated Visual Studio Online for the first time at this week’s annual Build developer conference in Seattle. Scott Guthrie, executive VP for Microsoft’s cloud and enterprise business, revealed Visual Studio Online in his … continue reading

Red Hat releases OpenShift 4 for enterprise Kubernetes with Operator Hub, CodeReady Workspaces

Red Hat this week announced a rearchitected OpenShift at its Summit conference, with version 4 bringing a cloud-like experience. The company said it will be generally available next month. The release also includes Operator Hub, which makes the concept of operators a first-class citizen in the platform update, according to Brian Micklea, who runs the … continue reading

Android reveals updates focused on developer productivity

At Google I/O this week, the Android team revealed updates and changes aimed at making Android developers more productive. The future of Kotlin First, the team announced that they will be putting more of a focus on making Android development Kotlin-first. This means that new Jetpack APIs and features will be offered in Kotlin and … continue reading

Microsoft Build: Twilio partners with Microsoft Azure IoT, HERE launches serverless functions for Azure, Azure gets new developer tools and cloud experiences

The Microsoft Build conference is taking place this week in Seattle. Microsoft is using the event to make a lot of announcements regarding its own solutions and a few other companies are also using the event to discuss new solutions and integrations with Azure. Twilio partners with Microsoft Azure IoT Cloud communications platform, Twilio, announced … continue reading

Elastic announces Elastic Enterprise Search beta

Elastic released the beta of Elastic Enterprise Search to provide organizations with a single, coordinated gateway that calms the chaos of searching through petabytes of data. Users can search through pull requests, issues, tickets, contracts, spreadsheets, documents and virtually any file type in one place without multiple browser windows holding many tabs. The initial beta … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Progress announces preview of Progress Unite UX, CloudBees launches CloudBees AWS Quick Start, and OASIS introduces Open Projects program

App-development and digital experience technology company, Progress announced a preview of Progress Unite UX. The solution integrates with existing design tools to automatically translate design into pixel-perfect front-end code. Progress Unite UX combines plug-ins and libraries to popular design tools, creating guidelines for designers to work within. Design files are exported to a “MetaBridge” file … continue reading

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