Over the last few years CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment) thanks to new technologies has become a lot easier. It should no longer be a major thorn in the side of developers.
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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announced at the KubeCon + Cloud Native + Open Source China Summit today that it is expanding the number of special interest groups (SIGs) surrounding Kubernetes, as part of an effort to accelerate development of critical complementary technologies. READ MORE
I was working on things for work (as one does) when it dawned on me. Very few folks understand the difference between upstream and downstream as it relates to open source software. I used Red Hat projects as a pointer. Here is the output of that effort (which was scratching the surface).
Linux admins are being urged to check for and patch three TCP networking vulnerabilities discovered by Netflix researchers. While patches have been made available, testing patches against a full stack of software applications can sometimes be a lengthy process.
Welcome to 1.15! The community meeting this week as the release retrospective. Overall the feeling was positive, with some frustration around phase deadlines getting crunched around other events, leading to some reviewer overload.
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