Version 3.0 is all about addressing shortcomings reported by the community since its predecessor was released in 2016.
Microsoft this week announced the general availability (GA) of Azure Sphere, marking a new phase in its effort to create an overall trusted environment for deploying and using Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Apache Groovy 3.0, the latest version of the open source, general-purpose programming language for the Java platform, was released in mid-February with a number of new features and capabilities, chief among them a new parser.
Red Hat today announced the general availability of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16, the latest version of its Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solution.
The Cloudflow framework was developed to address the growing demands of AI, machine learning models, analytics, and other streaming, data-driven workloads.
A startup focused on Kubernetes security has released an open source risk assessment tool for the popular container orchestration platform.
The End of Life (EOL) deadline for Python 2 arrived with the new year, and the CPython core development community is urging users to migrate to Python 3 as soon as possible.
Database maker ArangoDB has released the latest version of its namesake open source database with a feature that allows users to restrict individual databases to one node in a cluster.
Described as “a vendor-neutral and code-first industry collaboration,” the new Edge Native Working Group was created to drive the evolution and broad adoption of open source software for edge computing.
The latest release of Hazelcast's namesake Java-based in-memory data grid (IMDG 4.0) has been optimized for Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory.
On Monday IBM announced two brand-new open source tools for use with the Kubernetes ecosystem at Kubecon, underway this week in San Diego, Calif.
The new ArangoDB Oasis managed service is a paid add-on that gives enterprises tools to easily deploy and manage their ArangoDB cluster deployments.
Red Hat this week unveiled an open source distribution of the Red Hat Quay container image registry, dubbed Project Quay, which includes the Quay code base, as well as the Clair container vulnerability scanner and the tooling needed to build, deploy, and run a completely open source Quay distribution.
Even for development teams with an agile practice, testing, especially testing of a constantly evolving user interface can be a bottleneck if test scripts have to be manually rewritten to account for even trivial changes like the placement of the log-in button.