Topic: cloud native

Apache DolphinScheduler now ASF Top-level Project

Apache DolphinScheduler, the distributed Big Data visual workflow scheduler system, is the latest project to gain Top-Level Project status at the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). This means that the project’s community and products have been well-governed under the Apache Software Foundation’s meritocratic process and principles. The scheduler was first created in December 2017 at Analysys … continue reading

4 reasons the future of cloud-native software is open source

Over the last several years, cloud-native development has transformed the way we think about software development. To speed up release cycles, build more powerful applications, and deliver superior user experiences at scale, more and more dev teams are embracing this modern approach to software development and building applications entirely in the cloud.  According to the … continue reading

CTO.ai announces serverless Kubernetes solution for cloud-native apps

CTO.ai wants to make it easier for developers to deploy and manage cloud native applications with the release of its new Serverless Kubernetes platform. According to the company, the solution enables development teams to consolidate all of their workflows on Kubernetes and deploy cloud-native apps instantly without worrying about operations.  Users will have the ability … continue reading

SD Times news digest: BluBracket community edition, Kong raises $100 million for cloud connectivity, and Yugabyte DB 2.4 released

BluBracket announced the release of its free code security tool Community Edition, which uses an ML-based method that assigns secrets and repo risks scores. Users can connect to the tool through GitHub, scan up to 10 repositories and share reports in real time for more than 50 secret types in any language, according to the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Ionic Capacitor 3.0 beta released, GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0, and Accenture acquires Wolox

Ionic has announced the beta release of Ionic Capacitor 3.0. The new version of the cross-platform runtime includes improvements to community involvement, adaptability, first-class APIs, and developer experience and productivity. Ionic also added the Proposals repo to make it easier to plug in ideas into a project by creating proposals as well as gauge interest … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Chronosphere announces general availability and new funding for cloud-native monitoring, GitHub now available in Iran, and JupyterLab 3.0

Chronosphere’s cloud-native monitoring product reached general availability this week. The product is powered by the open-source metrics engine M3 that the Chronosphere founders worked on while they were at Uber.  According to the company, the solution enables customers to retrieve monitoring data produced by cloud-native environments and helps customers control their spending while their data … continue reading

GitOps: It’s the cloud-native way

Most of the approaches introduced in the software development space are designed to make life easier for developers, but what about operations? DevOps was designed to make development and operation systems work better together, and as more teams successfully adopt DevOps, there is an opportunity to tackle and improve the operations process. According to Steve … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Moogsoft releases self-service observability, Anaconda Dividend Program to open-source projects, and Fuze to advance enterprise productivity

The Moogsoft Observability Cloud aims to deliver DevOps practitioners and SREs self service intelligent observability capabilities to begin surfacing actionable insights and performing advanced event management across their digital infrastructure quickly.  “Old-fashioned monitoring solutions, including many that claim to be new, lead to expensive investments that take months to deliver any results,” said Moogsoft founder … continue reading

ShuttleOps to unite Dev and Ops for cloud-native app development with new drag-and-drop functionality

The new drag-and-drop functionality by ShuttleOps enables developers to build and deploy Docker container images to self-managed or hosted Kubernetes clusters. According to the company, this helps with managing application runtime configurations and automating application delivery across all of the major cloud platforms: AWS, Azure, and GCP. Users can now link to Docker container registries … continue reading

HCL launches cloud-native database OneDB

HCL wants to address its users’ changing data demands with the release of OneDB, a cloud-native enterprise database for data-driven platforms. According to the company, OneDB was designed with multi-model capabilities and automated management functions.  Key features include: The ability to deploy OneDB as a Docker container for applications at the edge, on premises or … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab announces changes to free tier, Microsoft launches deepfake detector to fight against misinformation, and Redis Labs achieves Advanced Technology Partner status in AWS Partner Network

GitLab announced that it is lowering the current monthly usage limit as it found that 98.5% of free users are using 400 CI/CD minutes or less per month.  “While we are excited by this exponential growth, our underlying costs to support this growth have increased significantly. As GitLab matures as both a company and a … continue reading

Guest View: Data-driven software development — cloud-native, open source, and collaborative

Data is more available than ever before, and copious amounts of new data are collected every day. But if there’s one major impediment to helping organizations unlock the full value of their data, it’s the fact that data hasn’t truly been democratized. In large part, data is simply not accessible for far too many professionals … continue reading

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