Last week, the Apache Foundation published a weekly update detailing all the news from the week. Apache Ignite now has Java 11 support, Apache Knox can now create a Docker image, and Apache Arrow’s next release will be 1.0.0. We take a look at the most interesting details.
The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has announced that it has fully migrated its projects to GitHub. We talked to Bryan Clark, Director Of Product for Open Source at GitHub, about the benefits of the move and how it came about.
Days after releasing the latest version, WSO2 send their cloud platform to Apache in hope of generating a community behind the project. Engine Yard and Citrix jump onboard.
We now have a date for the next version of the cloud infrastructure OpenStack as Folsom is set for a September day release
The cloud infrastructure battle is well underway and now IT-ops focused Zenoss puts its chips down on the Apache Foundation’s IaaS.
An action packed day in California as Google and Oracle call a former Sun CEO apiece to bolster their case. Both also use dirty tactics to sully the other – quelle surprise.
Already gaining heavyweight admirers for its linear scalability, the Apache Foundation releases the next iteration of its NoSQL powerhouse database
Following on from November’s first full version, Apache’s data extracting project has received its first update to the 1.0 series.
With the cloud infrastructure landscape changing at such rapid pace, we sat down with Zenoss’s Cloud Technical Evangelist to chat about the upcoming fight for supremacy between CloudStack and Openstack and the issues that enterprises face with cloud computing.
Remote command execution vulnerability now cleared up in newest version. But is this one time too many?
Project aims to create ‘industry standard’ of extensions, developed and maintained by wider community