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SD Times news digest: Grafana Cloud unveils free plan, Cockroach Labs’ $160 million funding, and Blueprint launches RPA platform migration

Grafana announced a new free plan that gives users access to Prometheus and Graphite for metrics, Loki for logs, and Tempo for tracing integrated into Grafana.  “With Grafana Cloud, you get a service managed by the maintainers of these leading open source projects, whose deep knowledge allows us to run them efficiently at scale better … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Linux Foundation to host Servo web engine, Postman public workspaces beta launched, and split diffs added in GitHub Desktop

The Linux Foundation has announced it will now host the Servo web engine. Servo is an open source, high-performance browser engine that is designed for both application and embedded use and is written in the Rust programming language. “The Linux Foundation’s track record for hosting and supporting the world’s most ubiquitous open source technologies makes … continue reading

Linux Foundation to improve open-source security with new initiative

The Linux Foundation has announced a new collaboration effort to improve open-source security. The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) aims to consolidate industry efforts with targeted initiatives and best practices.  According to the Linux Foundation, OpenSSF is committed to collaboration and working both upstream and with existing communities to advance open source security for all … continue reading

Linux Foundation launches Community Specification for creating standards and specifications

The Linux Foundation has created a new way for open source communities to create Open Standards. Through its new initiative, Community Specification, communities will be able to create standards using tools and approaches that are inspired by open source developers.  Community Specification lets contributors more easily start the specification process, and also reduces administrative overhead. … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: MLflow

MLflow, the open-source machine learning platform created by Databricks, has joined the Linux Foundation. The version update MLflow 1.9.1 was also released this week with bug fixes and improvements. The project has seen more than two million downloads per month and is growing fourfold every year. The project was first introduced at Spark + AI … continue reading

The Linux Foundation reveals the most commonly used open-source software components

The Linux Foundation is addressing structural and security complexities in today’s modern software supply chains with the release of the ‘Vulnerabilities in the Core,’ a preliminary report and census II of open-source software.  The report was put together by the Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative and the Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard (LISH).  RELATED … continue reading

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The Linux Foundation forms Project Alvarium

The Linux Foundation has announced its intent to form a new project called Alvarium. Project Alvarium will be focused on building a Data Confidence Fabric (DCF). This will help facilitate trust and confidence in data across heterogeneous systems. According to the Linux Foundation, a DCF is a framework that inserts trust into a data’s path, … continue reading

Delta Lake project joins the Linux Foundation as open data lakes standard

Databricks has announced it is donating its open-source data lakes project to the Linux Foundation. Delta Lake is designed to improve the reliability, quality and performance of data lakes.  Databricks first announced the project in April. “Today, nearly every company has a data lake they are trying to gain insights from, but data lakes have … continue reading

Industry leaders launch data security consortium

As computing moves from on-premises to the public cloud and the edge, protecting has data has become more complex, prompting Intel, Google, Microsoft, the Linux Foundation and other technology partners to launch a cross-industry effort for organizations to safely share data insights through the Confidential Computing Consortium.  RELATED CONTENT: Microsoft tackles data sharing between organizations “The … continue reading

Harness newest member of vendor-neutral Continuous Delivery Foundation

Continuous delivery-as-a-service provider Harness joined the Linux Foundation’s Continuous Delivery Foundation today, a position the company says it will use to foster collaboration and tech evangelism. The CDF was founded in March with the goal of providing a vendor-neutral space for open-source CI/CD projects and to promote collaboration between developers, end users, and vendors. Harness … continue reading

DataPractices.org joins the Linux Foundation for data teamwork

The Linux Foundation will now host DataPractices.org as one of its projects. DataPractices.org was initially created by data.world as a “Manifesto for Data Practices.” It was meant to include the values and principles that enable effective, modern, and ethical approaches to data teamwork. As part of the Linux Foundation, DataPractices.org will create a vendor-neutral community … continue reading

The Continuous Delivery Foundation to serve as new home for open-source CI/CD projects

The Linux Foundation announced at the Open Source Leadership Summit that it is launching a new foundation for the CI/CD space. The Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) will be a vendor-neutral home for open-source CI/CD projects and will foster collaboration between developers, end users, and vendors. “We are excited to welcome the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) … continue reading

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