SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Project Liberty

Project Liberty is an open-source project with a goal of creating a new “civic architecture for the digital world that returns the ownership and control of personal data to individuals, embeds ethical values into technology, and expands economic opportunities for web users and developers alike.” In other words, it aims to give users control over … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Luos

Luos is an open-source lightweight library that enables developers to develop and scale their edge and embedded distributed software.  Developers can create portable and scalable packages that they can share with teams and communities and the project’s engine encapsulates embedded features in services with APIs, providing direct access to hardware.  Remote control enables users to … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Umami

Umami was built as an open source, privacy-focused alternative to Google Analytics that lets users gather the data they need while respecting user privacy. Because it doesn’t collect any personal information, doesn’t use cookies, and doesn’t track users across websites, it doesn’t require users to display a cookie notice.  All data is anonymized and makes … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Velox

Meta has recently announced its open-source project, Velox. This offering comes as an execution engine aimed at accelerating data management systems and streamlining their development. Velox is currently under active development and is geared at helping to consolidate and unify data management systems in a beneficial way.  The open-source project aims to solve the challenge … continue reading

SD Times open source project of the week: TDEngine

TDEngine is an open-source, cloud-native time-series database that is optimized for Internet of Things (IoT), Connected Cars, and Industrial IoT. It allows for efficient, real-time ingestion, processing, and monitoring of terabytes and petabytes of data daily, created by billions of sensors and data collectors. According to the team at TDEngine, this offering works to solve … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Astro

Astro is a web framework for building fast and content-focused websites that has gained many new features since its original beta announcement in April.   The latest release, 1.0, was released earlier this week. It includes new <Image /> and <Picture /> components, MDX support with standard syntax for mixing UI components in Markdown, server output … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Milvus

Milvus is an open-source vector database that is capable of managing large quantities of both structured and unstructured data to accelerate the development of next-generation data fabric.  According to Zilliz, the database company that created the project, Milvus is built for scalable similarity search used by enterprises spanning several industries. It also works with distributed … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: OpenTDF

OpenTDF allows developers to utilize the Trusted Data Format (TDF) to incorporate data protection in their applications. TDF itself is a data object wrapper and it can be used to protect nearly all electronic data types. TDF standards and specifications are currently maintained by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.  OpenTDF is an … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Adoptium

Adoptium is an open-source project from the Eclipse Foundation that aims to provide Java developers with pre-built OpenJDK binaries.  “Our goal is to meet the needs of both the Eclipse community and broader runtime users by providing a comprehensive set of technologies around runtimes for Java applications that operate alongside existing standards, infrastructures, and cloud … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: CAS

Community Attestation Service (CAS) is an open-source service that helps users secure their software and is powered by Codenotary’s digital identity infrastructure. The project lets them create a Software Bill of Materials, notarize containers, and let others verify by running and provides a way to view notarized assets’ immutable history in immudb. CAS stores all … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: BumbleBee

BumbleBee simplifies building extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) tools and allows users to package, distribute, and run them anywhere.  eBPF provides Linux kernels the extensibility to enable developers to program the Linux kernel to quickly build intelligent or feature-rich functions based on their business needs. BumbleBee brings a Docker-like experience for eBPF, and through simple … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Pants

Pants is a distributed open source software build system designed to facilitate engineering best practices as well as add highly-granular intelligent caching in order to speed up test suite execution both locally and remotely. In addition, Pants helps to make modern software development and deployment more resistant to errors by systematizing the entirety of the … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: KServe

KServe is a tool for serving machine learning models on Kubernetes. It encapsulates the complexity of tasks like autoscaling, networking, health checking, and server configuration. This allows users to provide their machine learning deployments with features like GPU Autoscaling, Scale to Zero, and Canary Rollouts.  Created by IBM and Bloomberg’s Data Science and Compute Infrastructure … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Threatmapper

Threatmapper is a cloud-native security observability platform that scans, maps, and ranks vulnerabilities from development through production across serverless, Kubernetes, container, and multi-cloud environments.  This Wednesday, it was open-sourced by Deepfence under the Apache 2.0 license.  “By open sourcing ThreatMapper, we aim to help developers, DevOps, DevSecOps, and security teams identify and prioritize threats quickly … continue reading

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