A group of leading tech industry heavy weights that includes Microsoft, IBM, and Google, announced the formation of a new software foundation to consolidates industry efforts to improve the security of open-source software.
Red Hat announces the beta availability of the latest minor release of the RHEL 8 platform.
GitHub today launched a new publicly accessible repository designed to allow anyone to look into all of the platform’s upcoming releases.
Calling it "the most stable Apache Cassandra in history," the community behind the popular open-source distributed database announced the 4.0 beta release this week.
Java community leader Red Hat launches new GraalVM distro.
SUSE, the open source software company behind the SUSE Linux distribution, has agreed to acquire Rancher Labs, an enterprise Kubernetes management platform provider, the two companies announced this week.
As part of the first phase of the in-progress port, Microsoft will push its development work upstream to the OpenJDK project.
DevSecOps solutions provider Alcide has released a beta version of a new solution designed to provide "end-to-end continuous security guardrails" for Kubernetes deployments.
This release adds half a dozen new features, including support for YAML, a new Unified mode, an automation upgrade for its "cookbooks," and expanded platform support.
Microsoft has open sourced the Java language extension it added to SQL Server 2019 last year.
The leading enterprise open source software provider, longtime Java community leader and IBM subsidiary laid out its hybrid cloud strategy and product news to an estimated 38,000 distant attendees.
Red Hat announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 (RHEL 8.2) this week, continuing its commitment to delivering new versions of RHEL on a six-month cadence.
The Eclipse Foundation has released Eclipse Theia 1.0, which it is promoting as "a true open source alternative" to Microsoft's lightweight Visual Studio Code (VS Code) source code editor.
It's now available for download, just a week ahead of the release of Java 14 on March 17.
The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) announced the availability of NetBeans 11.3, the third update of the popular Java-based IDE in its recently implemented quarterly release cycle.