It is time for a major makeover for Linkerd and it comes in the form of a fancy new UI in the newly-released 2.1 version. But that is not all! This release is stuffed with a bunch of new features and important updates. Let’s take a look.
All technology needs a voice, in a figurative sense, and that voice is an API. To package your technology as a product, you need to build an API for it. In the same way, blockchain needs to be packaged with an API in order to be a product. We talked to Ilya Pupko, Chief Architect at Jitterbit about blockchain’s need for strong APIs, how the API economy is set to revolutionize blockchain and more.
Everest, formerly known as RESTaurant, is an upcoming REST API testing client written in JavaFX that promises to be light on resources, highly responsive and, of course, inherently cross-platform. Let’s have a closer look at what it has to offer.
“Anyone who needs a modular cryptographic library for blockchain might find Hyperledger Ursa useful”
Hyperledger Ursa is the latest project to be accepted by Hyperledger’s Technical Steering Committee. This modular, flexible cryptography library is intended for—but not limited to—use by other projects in Hyperledger. We talked to Hart Montgomery, Hyperledger Ursa maintainer about the goals of this project, its two modules, future and more.
Project Lombok promises to make your life with Java classes a piece of cake. Get rid of all that getter and setter methods, hashcode, and equals methods with this new open source library.
“The power of Kubernetes & OpenShift lies not only in the capabilities but also in the broad ecosystem of products”
Last month, Red Hat announced the general availability of OpenShift Container Platform 3.11 – an important release because it incorporates the first wave of technology from the CoreOS acquisition. We talked to Diane Mueller, Red Hat’s director of Community Development for OpenShift about the importance of this release, their plan to continue innovating both in and around Kubernetes and Operators & more.
The fifth annual DevOps and Jenkins Community Survey is here and it brings some very interesting insights into the usage of technology environments, adoption of practices and DevOps maturity levels within organizations. Let’s take a closer look at the most interesting highlights.
The Flutter team made some big announcements yesterday at Flutter Live. One is, of course, the release of Flutter 1.0. But what really caught our eye was the announcement that the team is experimenting with running Flutter on the web. Meet Hummingbird, Flutter’s web platform prototype.
Now that HashiCorp Vault 1.0 has been released, the company has four projects that have reached 1.0! This release is focused on renovating Vault’s infrastructure to support high performance, scalable workloads. Since Vault 1.0 introduces significant new functionality, they provide both general upgrade instructions, as well as a Vault 1.0-specific upgrade page.
Moments ago, the Docker team announced the release of the new Docker Desktop Enterprise that promises to be the easiest, fastest and most secure way to create and deliver production-ready containerized applications. Let’s take a look at what this release is all about.
Limited scalability hampers blockchain’s adoption: “If blockchain is not scalable, it’s simply not suitable for widespread use”
While blockchain’s usefulness is profound, it’s not the solution to everything — it cannot solve every problem across every industry in all parts of the world — and failing to understand this usually sets people up for failure. We caught up with Dr. Byung Ik Ahn, CEO of Fantom Foundation to chat about blockchain’s evolution, potential solutions to its growing pains, Fantom’s goals and more.
Kubernetes is wrapping up the year with the fourth and final release for 2018. The 1.13 release offers stability and extensibility through and through and we have several features graduating to beta as well as stable versions. Let’s take a closer look at the highlights.
Last month, we introduced Espresso, a core web abstraction for Java that aspires to become the soul of modern Java web application! Today, we invited its creator, Ning Sun to give us some insight into the tool and its functions.
CoolBeans is an IDE distribution which promises to package the best there is in the Apache NetBeans ecosystem, polish it, fix minor annoyances and serve them to developers in a clean bundle. We talked to Emilian Bold, long-term NetBeans community member about this project and why Java developers will find it useful.