Computer Weekly

  1. Codefresh is the first Kubernetes-native CI/CD technology, with CI denoting Continuous Integration and CD denoting Continuous Delivery, obviously. The organisation has this month worked to improve its open source marketplace with features that focus on faster code deployment. First deployed in December 2018, the Codefresh Marketplace [kind of like an app store] allows developers to find commands...

    The post Codefresh freshens produce at the Kubernetes code marketplace appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  2. Hermes is the Greek god of trade, heraldry and commerce… but also the Greek god of thieves and trickery. Facebook was presumably thinking of Hermes’ more virtuous qualities when it named its JavaScript engine project after the Greek deity. Hermes was built to make native Android apps built using the React Native network load faster....

    The post Facebook open sources Hermes JavaScript engine appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  3. With its roots and foundations in the open source Apache Cassandra database, Santa Clara headquartered DataStax insists that it likes to keep things open. As such, the company is opening a wider aperture on its collaboration with VMware by now offering DataStax production support on VMware vSAN, now in hybrid and multi-cloud configurations. For the...

    The post DataStax: what is a ‘progressive’ cloud strategy? appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  4. Red Hat… no, wait, stop there — not Red Hat the IBM company, actually just Red Hat — that’s how the company is still putting out news stories. We’ll start again, open source enterprise software company Red Hat has announced a point release for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) as it now hits its 7.7...

    The post Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7,  it’s a bit better than 7.6 appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  5. Virtual Private Network (VPN) company NordVPN has introduced NordLynx technology built around the WireGuard protocol.  WireGuard is thought to be shaking up the VPN space as a new type of protocol because of its approach to cryptography and speed — other protocols in this space include OpenVPN and IPSec out of the water. According to...

    The post NordVPN offers NordLynx for Linux, built around WireGuard appeared first on Open Source Insider.

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