Topic: heptio

SD Times GitHub project of the week: ksonnet

Heptio is marking a year in business with the release of what it’s calling a “new chapter” for ksonnet, its tool for storing and generating application configurations for Kubernetes deployments. Ksonnet uses a jsonnet, Heptio’s custom language for manipulating and producing JSON documents to generate Kubernetes manifests or YAML, which aren’t human-readable. “Our first efforts … continue reading

SD Times news digest: ReSharper 2017.3 EAP, Qt 5.10, and Heptio Ark

JetBrains has added more debugger features to ReSharper in the ReSharper 2017.3 EAP build. ReSharper is the company’s Visual Studio extension for .NET developers. The latest EAP build improves and provides new functionality to the DataTip debugger. The new update also allows for the ability to navigate to breakpoints, and create them from the Find … continue reading

Alation and Paxata join forces, RightMesh opens application for network protocol SDK and more — SD Times New Digest: September 28, 2017

Alation and Paxata partner to provide consumers a better way to gather and analyze data Today, data management companies Alation and Paxata announced a new partnership aimed at providing simplification in establishing trust in data lakes. The partnership introduces a new “click-to-profile” data discovery feature where users can start discovering data using the Alation Data … continue reading

Heptio releases two open source projects for Kubernetes operations

Heptio announced two new open source projects designed to improve Kubernetes operations, regardless of where a developer runs a cluster. The first project is Heptio Ark, a utility for managing disaster recovery, specifically for Kubernetes cluster resources and persistent volumes, writes Craig McLuckie, founder and CEO of Heptio. It gives users a way to backup … continue reading

Kubernetes founders start new company Heptio to support Kubernetes ecosystem

Accelerating software development was a top priority for Joe Beda and Craig McLuckie, two of the founders of the Kubernetes project at Google, which is why they started their own company announced this week: Heptio. Heptio raised US$8.5 million in a series A investment round led by Accel, with participation from Madrona Venture Group. With … continue reading

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