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

The .NET Foundation announced the release of Project Reaqtor, an open-source set of framework components for building distributed event processing systems across cloud and devices. The project came out of a collaboration from the foundation, Microsoft and Endjin. According to the foundation, the project has been 10 years in the making and is an evolution … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Ugly Duckling

The SaaS security company Detectify last week announced the general availability of its standalone application security tool: Ugly Duckling. The tool is designed to make easier for ethical hackers to share their latest findings on vulnerabilities and then integrate them into automated security tests on Detectify’s platform. It provides the tools to create more test … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: AWS SaaS Boost

This week Amazon announced its AWS SaaS Boost solution is now open source. AWS SaaS Boost was first released as a preview at re:Invent 2020. It is designed to help organizations migrate their existing SaaS models.  According to the company, the solution helps by saving developers time and providing them the foundational capabilities to onboard … continue reading

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SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Kubewarden

Kubewarden is a new open-source policy engine aiming to simplify the adoption of policy-as-code. It provides a set of Kubernetes Custom Resources that makes the enforcement of policies in a cluster easier. According to Flavio Castelli, distinguished engineer at SUSE and contributor to the project, policies can be written in any programming language because Kubewarden … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: OSAS

One-Stop Anomaly Shop (OSAS) is a new open-source project from Adobe Security. OSAS is a security intelligence toolset for detecting anomalies. Researchers can use OSAS to experiment with data sets, control how they are processed, and shorten the path to finding a solution for detecting security threats.  “Logs are not always straightforward. Security-related logs are … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Text Extensions for Pandas

IBM recently announced the open-source library Text Extensions for Pandas, which features extensions that turn Pandas DataFrames into a universal data structure that can be used in natural language processing (NLP).  According to the company, the goal of this project is to make NLP simple. In creating the library, it wanted to avoid creating algorithms … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Rend-o-matic

The Rend-o-matic project is a musical collaboration project that features a web-based interface that allows disconnected artists to record their individual segments via a laptop or phone.  This is done by using acoustic analysis and AI to find patterns across multiple musical segments. These tracks are then automatically synced and played out as a single … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: G-Profiler

Workload optimization company Granulate recently announced a new open-source project called G-Profiler that aims to help companies measure the performance of code that is in production.  According to Granulate, current profiling solutions require code changes, and tend to be hard to use, resource-intensive, or expensive. These problems are intensified in modern environments, such as Kubernetes-based … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: PennyLane

PennyLane is an open-source, cross-platform Python library for differentiable programming of quantum computers. Differentiable programming refers to a programming paradigm that leverages automatic differentiation. PennyLane tries to bridge the gap between quantum computing and machine learning. According to the project’s GitHub page, PennyLane enables users to train quantum computers much like neural networks.  Xanadu, the … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: GoReleaser

GoReleaser is an open-source project that aims to help users release Go projects as fast and easily as possible. Key features include the ability to cross-compile Go projects; release to GitHub, GitLab and Gitea; create Docker images and manifests; and create Linux packages and Homebrew taps.  According to the team, it adheres to the Contributor … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Apache Arrow Flight

This week’s featured open-source project is Apache Arrow Flight, a RPC framework for high-performance data services based on Arrow data. The project was co-developed by daka lake engine company Dremio, which recently added new support, and is built on top of gRPC and the IPC format.  According to the team, Flight works by defining a … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Apache Superset

The Apache Foundation (ASF) has announced the open-source project Apache Superset is now a top-level project. Reaching top-level status indicates that the project has graduated from Apache’s incubation program and meets specific ASF requirements.  Apache Superset is designed as a modern data exploration and visualization platform that enables users to build and explore dashboards through … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Storybook

This week’s highlighted open-source project is designed to help developers build UI components faster. Storybook allows developers to browse a component library, view different states of a component, and interactively develop and test those components.  Storybook provides a development environment for creating these components, and eliminates the need to start up a complex development stack, … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: VHS

Performance testing company Stormforge has launched a new open-source project designed to improve and advance application performance and optimization test creation. The project, VHS, records live traffic to test performance against “reality instead of just an educated guess,” Noah Abrahams, open source advocate at StormForge, explained in a post.  “VHS started as a project that … continue reading

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