GPL Cooperation Commitment gets more support for open source licensing

Red Hat has announced its open source license enforcement initiative is making new strides. As part of the GPL Cooperation Commitment, 14 new companies have joined the effort to promote greater predictability for GPLv2 and LGPLv2.x licenses. “Through this initiative, we hope ultimately to increase participation in the use and development of open source software … continue reading

Red Hat’s “open-source way”

Since its founding in 1993, open source has been in Red Hat’s DNA. From offering one of the earliest Linux operating system distributions to creating the Fedora project for the development of free and open source software, to managing the opensource.com website, Red Hat has been synonymous with an open and collaborative culture. According to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: React Native rearchitecture, .NET Core 2.1 for Red Hat and Python in Visual Studio

With the release of Facebook’s State of React Native 2018, the company has announced it is working on a large-scale rearchitecture of the framework. The rearchitecture is meant to make the framework more flexible and enable it to integrate better with native infrastructure in hybrid JavaScript/native apps. The company says it will take what it … continue reading

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Red Hat Summit reveals new cloud and microservice partnerships

Several new partnerships were announced this week at the annual Red Hat Summit in San Francisco designed to accelerate enterprise adoption of microservices, cloud and containers.    IBM and Red Hat announced a major expansion to their existing relationship designed to accelerate hybrid cloud adoption. This new partnership that will enable IBM and Red Hat … continue reading

Red Hat strengthens its serverless portfolio with the addition of OpenShift Cloud Functions

Red Hat believes there is a better way of providing developers with an application development stack for hybrid cloud. The company announced a developer preview of OpenShift Cloud Functions at its Red Hat Summit in San Francisco today. OpenShift Cloud Functions is a serverless tool that is based on Apache OpenWhisk. It will allow customers … continue reading

Red Hat Summit recognizes women in open source

Red Hat has announced Dana Lewis and Zui Dighe as its 2018 Women in Open Source Award winners at its Red Hat Summit conference in San Francisco this week. Dana Lewis is the founder of the Open Artificial Pancreas Systems (OpenAPS) movement while Zui Dighe is a Duke University student. This is Red Hat’s fourth … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MicroStrategy 10.11, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5, and Facebook’s Data Abuse Bounty

MicroStrategy has announced the availability of MicroStrategy 10.11 with a new native library app for smartphones, new geospatial services and custom charts for visualizing data. In addition, the release introduces new out-of-the-box visualizations and intelligent recommendations for content. “Version 10.11 empowers teams with self-service data discovery and departmental analytics, while creating the foundation for governed … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google’s Transition API, CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise on Red Hat OpenShift, and CA Veracode Verified

Google has announced that the Transition API for Activity Recognition is now available for all Android developers. The Transition API is used to detect changes in user activity. For example, it is currently in use on the Pixel phone to determine if a user is driving so it can turn on the Driving Do-Not-Disturb mode. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: gRPC support in NGINX, Amazon’s GameOn, and Red Hat’s open source licensing initiative

NGINX has announced native support for gRPC traffic within NGINX in its next NGINX OSS and NGINX Plus release. NGINX is an application delivery solution for the modern web. gRPC is a remote procedure call protocol that enables communication between client and server applications. The protocol is popular in service mesh implementations because of its … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Red Hat Decision Manger 7, Apache NetBeans 9.0 beta, and new cybersecurity task force

Red Hat has released Decision Manager 7, its low-code development solution for business rules. Decision Manager is designed to allows citizen developers to build applications that automate business decisions. “It’s entirely possible to create a fully working application purely by creating the business rules in Decision Manager,” said Phil Simpson, JBoss product marketing manager at … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Why microservices need Service Mesh

More of today’s backend developers are embracing microservices so they can iterate faster and avoid single points of application or website failure. However, what they gain in speed can be at least partially offset by offset by the complexity of operating, debugging, and coordinating changes in a Microservices system. Microservices communicate over the network and … continue reading

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