Topic: linux foundation

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

The Linux Foundation launches new project to enable Linux in safety-critical applications

The Linux Foundation has announced a new open-source project that will provide a shared set of tools designed to help companies build and certify Linux-based safety-critical applications. According to the foundation, Enabling Linux in Safety Applications (ELISA) will make it easy for companies to build systems such as robotic devices, medical devices, smart factories, transportation … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Mapzen joins the Linux Foundation, OutSystems’ new code-review offerings, and Timescale’s $15 million funding

The Linux Foundation has announced that the open-source mapping platform Mapzen is being accepted as one of its own projects. According to the Linux Foundation, Mapzen provides customizable and easily accessible wide-ranging data sets. “Mapzen is a high-utility technology for developers building aesthetically pleasing maps, which are increasingly important to a wide range of businesses … continue reading

The Linux Foundation forms new Automated Compliance Tooling project

The Linux Foundation is working on improving open-source compliance with the formation of a new project. The Automated Compliance Tooling (ACT) project has been set up to consolidate investments, increase interoperability and help organizations manage compliance obligations. According to the foundation, while the use of open-source code is becoming very popular, it is important to … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Acumos AI

Last week, the LF Deep Learning Foundation announced the first release of its Acumos AI Project. Acumos AI is an open-source framework for building, sharing, and deploying AI applications. It provides a standardized stack and components so that data scientists can “focus on the core competencies and accelerate innovation.” Dubbed Athena, this release offers one-click … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Hasura GraphQL Engine, Pusher’s Beams API, and The Linux Foundation’s blockchain course

Hasura has announced that event triggers are now available in Hasura GraphQL Engine. This open-source capability is designed to enable developers to rigger serverless functions or webhooks whenever there is a change in the database. According to the company, some use cases that this will provide include creating push notifications that trigger when a new … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Spring Cloud GCP 1.0, OpenMetrics, and the Academy Software Foundation

Spring Cloud GCP version 1.0 is now generally available. The project enables developers to build Spring Boot applications that consume GCP services “easily and idiomatically,” according to the company It is designed to facilitate the development of applications with simpler configuration and less boilerplate code. Applications created using Spring Cloud GCP are portable in hybrid … continue reading

Prometheus becomes second project to graduate from CNCF incubation

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has announced the systems and service monitoring framework Prometheus from the foundation’s incubation program has now graduated. This makes it the second project to meet the CNCF’s criteria for graduation after Kubernetes in March of this year. The news was announced today during the organization’s Prometheus-focused PromCon event in … continue reading

SD Times news digest: The Linux Foundation’s blockchain courses, Alexa Skills Kit SDK for Python, and Instana’s sample microservice application

The Linux Foundation has announced enrollment is now open for a new blockchain training course and a Blockchain for Business professional certificate program that are being offered through edX. The course and certificate program will teach students about the impact of blockchain technology and a way of demonstrating that knowledge. “In the span of only … continue reading

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