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

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Google Fuchsia

Fuchsia is an open-source capability-based operating system that was initially released in 2016, and is currently under development by Google. Google announced this week that it would be expanding on the project and making it easier for the public to contribute. The company released a new public mailing list for project discussions, added a governance … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: CompreFace

In an effort to make facial recognition applications more available, Exadel has announced the open source release of CompreFace. CompreFace is a face recognition system that can be integrated as a standalone service or deployed through the cloud.  “Facial recognition technology is being rapidly adopted across a variety of industries, including retail, travel, and hospitality. … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: cert-manager

Kubernetes service provider Jetstack is donating its open-source certificate management project to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Cert-manager will join the CNCF as a sandbox project.  The solution is designed as an “add-on” to Kubernetes, and automates the management and issuance of TLS certifications. It can be used programmatically by Kubernetes-native apps as well … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: TrustyAI

The Knowledge is Everything (KIE) group recently released TrustyAI, an open-source solution that combines machine learning models and decision logic to enrich automated decisions by including predictive analytics.  It is the result of a new initiative, within the KIE group, to increase trust in decision making processes that depend on AI predictive models. The new … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Waypoint

HashiCorp has announced a new open-source project to help developers build, deploy and release apps across any platform. Waypoint provides a modern and consistent workflow using a single configuration file and command: waypoint up.  The project supports Kubernetes, HashiCorp Nomad, Amazon ECS, Google Cloud Run, Azure Container Instances, Docker, and Buildpacks.   According to the company, … continue reading

Syft and Grype are available in the Anchore toolbox

SD Times Open Source Project of the Week: Syft and Grype

This week’s highlighted open-source project is actually a collection of tools. Compliance company Anchore recently announced it would be launching a suite of open-source tools to help companies automated DevSecOps pipeline security and analysis. The first of those tools to be released are Syft and Grype. Syft analyzes container images and filesystems, then creates a … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: WebThings

Mozilla has announced its Internet of Things platform Mozilla WebThings is now an independent open-source project that will now just be known as WebThings. According to the company, it wants to wind down direct investment and transition control and responsibility to the open-source community.  The company first announced the platform for monitoring and controlling devices … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Fluid Framework

In an effort to get developers to build better collaborative solutions, Microsoft has announced its Fluid Framework is now open sourced. The Fluid Framework is a TypeScript library, powered by the same code as Microsoft 365, that enables developers to build distributed, real-time collaborative web apps.  Key features include: a client-centric application model, data persistence, … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Opacus

This week Facebook has released Opacus, a new open-source project designed to train PyTorch models with differential privacy (DP). According to the company, differential privacy is a mathematical framework for quantifying the anonymization of sensitive data. It is meant to make PyTorch models more scalable and the adoption of machine learning easier.  “With the release … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Swap Detector

Swap Detector is an open-source checker that detects API usage errors. The project was released this week by GrammaTech, and originally created by The Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate, and Static Tool Analysis Modernization Project. “Traditional static-analysis techniques do not take advantage of the vast wealth of information on what represents error-free … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: OpenEEW

This week’s highlighted open-source project is OpenEEW, which is an open source version of Grillo’s earthquake early-warning (EEW) system, designed to sense, detect, and analyze earthquakes, then alert affected communities. The project was recently accepted into the Linux Foundation. The Linux Foundation in collaboration with IBM will work to accelerate the standardization and deployment of … continue reading

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