Topic: cloud native computing foundation

Linkerd 1.0, Prometheus 1.6.1, and Airbnb’s React Sketch — SD Times news digest: April 26, 2017

The open-source service mesh project Linkerd has reached a milestone version of 1.0. According to Buoyant, the company behind Linkerd, version 1.0 indicates that the project now provides a stable set of features. Linkerd is part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, and it is designed to provide service discovering, routing, failure handling, and visibility … continue reading

SUSE announces Container as a Service Platform 1.0 beta

SUSE is creating a next-generation application and hosting platform for containers. The company announced the beta program of the SUSE Container as a Service (CaaS) Platform 1.0. “There are a lot of decisions to be made before you are ready for production/deployment of container apps. What orchestration tools to use, how to manage registry of … continue reading

Docker announces intent to donate containerd to the CNCF

Late last year Docker announced it was releasing its core container runtime as a standalone open-source project with the intent to donate the project to a foundation. Today, the company is making good on that promise with the announcement that it has presented a proposal to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Technical Oversight Committee … continue reading

CNCF saves RethinkDB by purchasing code and contributing it to the Linux Foundation

RethinkDB shut down last October. Yet, there is hope for its community and the companies that invested in the database system, as the Cloud Native Computing Foundation today announced it has purchased the source code, relicensed it under the Apache License, and contributed it to the Linux Foundation. CNCF paid US$25,000 to purchase the RethinkDB … continue reading

TypeScript 2.1 RC, Kotlin 1.0.5, and Cloud Native Computing Foundation Kubernetes certification—SD Times news digest: Nov. 9, 2016

Microsoft announced that the release candidate of TypeScript 2.1 is now available. TypeScript is a programming language designed to scale JavaScript. The 2.1 RC features better inference and async functions. According to the TypeScript team, with smarter inference developers can more easily model scenarios that incrementally initialize variables. The release also includes support for down-level … continue reading

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