Topic: open source

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

Tidelift catalogs tries to make sense of open-source dependencies

Managed open source company Tidelift wants to help organizations navigate through their open-source dependencies as well as clear up any confusion.  According to the company, organizations usually take a distributed or centralized approach when it comes to managing open-source dependencies. With the distributed approach, developers are free to bring in new open-source components without many … continue reading

IBM weighs in on Istio joining Google’s Open Usage Commons

Google yesterday announced the creation of the Open Usage Commons (OUC), a new open source organization focused on trademarks. As part of the launch, Google reveled the open-source service mesh project Istio would be joining the organization.  As a result, long-timer partner and founding member of the Istio project IBM has expressed disappointment in the … continue reading

Google launches new open source organization focused on trademarks

Google has announced the Open Usage Commons, a new organization dedicated to promoting and extending the open source philosophy and definition. The organization was created in collaboration with SADA Systems, academic leaders, and independent contributors.  “The mission of the Open Usage Commons is to help open source projects assert and manage their project identity through … continue reading

Fastify 3.0 released with new type definitions and improved TypeScript support

The release of Fastify 3.0 – a Node.js web framework – includes brand new type definitions, new full support of Express middleware, and the refactored request validation.  This is the framework’s final release of the third major version. The latest release includes some noticeable breaking changes  such as middleware support does not come out-of-the-box with … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Azure Functions for Dapr, Codefresh’s $27 million round of funding, and Pega’s COVID-19 software hackathon winners

The new extension for Azure Functions lets a function seamlessly interact with Dapr for building cloud-native applications.   Azure Functions provides an event-driven programming model and Dapr provides a set of essential cloud-native building blocks.  “With this new extension, you can now bring both together for serverless and event-driven apps that can use the growing set … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: COVID notebooks

IBM wants to help developers and data scientists answer important COVID-19 questions. The company’s Center for Open-Source and AI Technologies (CODAIT) has announced COVID notebooks, a toolkit that enables users to make actionable plans based on the data.  “A near-constant flow of data from research studies, news outlets, social media, and health organizations make the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: JFrog ChartCenter, GitLab 13.1, and Hasura Cloud public beta announced

JFrog released ChartCenter, a free, central repository of public Helm charts for the developer community.   Developers can search among thousands of Kubernetes-ready packages to find the ones they need and discover and launch applications distributed across many public repositories.  “Your Helm CLI can pull all the public Helm charts you use from a single, central … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Bugsnag Stability Center launched, PDFTron acquires ActivePDF, and dotnet-monitor released

Bugsnag has announced its new Stability Center focused on providing a holistic view into stability stats and trends across releases for multiple client and server-side applications. According to the company,  the center will help engineering and product leaders can make data-driven decisions about when to prioritize debugging over new development to improve app stability and … continue reading

GitHub Super Linter built to maintain consistency in documentation and code

GitHub is introducing a new linter that can handle all types of code. The GitHub Super Linter was built by the GitHub services team to maintain consistency in GitHub’s documentation and code while making communication and collaboration across the company a more productive experience. The Super Linter prevents broken code from being uploaded to master … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apache Spark 3.0 released, OpenAPI 3.1.0 RC0, Pinpoint Agile ceremonies

The new release includes an accelerator-aware scheduler, adaptive query execution, dynamic partition pruning, as well as performance and SQL compatibility enhancements. Spark SQL is the top active component in this release with 46% of the resolved tickets are for Spark SQL. This year is also the 10-year anniversary of the Spark project. In the TPC-DS … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Bloodhound

This week’s selected open-source project is Bloodhound, a new API debugging gateway created by API Fortress.  Bloodhound provides comprehensive analyses that can find solutions to difficult bugs. According to API Fortress, Bloodhound enables QA teams to ensure that microservices and database-connected APIs are behaving the right way.  QA and data analysts can use it to … continue reading

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