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SWE-agent, Open-Source AI: Stronger Alternative to Devin
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SWE-agent, Open-Source AI: Stronger Alternative to Devin

Software development is a complex field, and even experienced engineers can encounter bugs and issues from time to time. But what if there was a way to automate some of the troubleshooting process? This is where SWE-agent comes in. SWE-agent is a new system that leverages the power of large language models (LLMs) like GPT-4…

HashiCorp Terraform 1.7 released

HashiCorp Terraform 1.7 released

HashiCorp Terraform 1.7 is here, bringing exciting new features to streamline your infrastructure management workflows. This update focuses on improving testing capabilities and state manipulation, empowering developers and operators alike. Revolutionizing Terraform Module Testing Terraform 1.7 introduces groundbreaking test mocking functionalities within the Terraform testing framework. This allows developers to simulate various scenarios without actually…

Kubecost 2.0 Empowers Cost Control with Network Visibility

Kubecost 2.0 Empowers Cost Control with Network Visibility

The way organizations manage their Kubernetes costs is undergoing a significant transformation. Kubecost, a leading provider of Kubernetes cost monitoring and management solutions, recently unveiled Kubecost 2.0, a major upgrade packed with features designed to empower businesses to optimize their cloud spending. Unveiling Network Visibility: A Game Changer One of the most significant additions in…

Notary: Building a Secure Software Supply Chain Ecosystem

Notary: Building a Secure Software Supply Chain Ecosystem

Software supply chains are complex, making security a major concern. This video explores the Notary Project, a collaborative effort to secure the software supply chain ecosystem. The Notary Project tackles these challenges by: Join this session to learn how the Notary Project can empower your organization to build a more secure and trustworthy software supply…

Top 10 Reasons to Automate Kubernetes Security with Kyverno

Top 10 Reasons to Automate Kubernetes Security with Kyverno

Struggling to secure your growing Kubernetes environment? Kyverno can help! This video explores the top 10 features of Kyverno, a powerful tool for automating Kubernetes security with policy as code. From flexible policy creation to built-in reporting, Kyverno simplifies security management and streamlines compliance. Plus, the Kyverno family offers additional tools for enhanced JSON support,…

Securing 900 K8s: Mercedes-Benz’s Journey to VAPs

Securing 900 K8s: Mercedes-Benz’s Journey to VAPs

This talk explores how Mercedes-Benz secures their massive Kubernetes environment (over 900 clusters!). While Pod Security Policies (PSPs) were previously used, they’ve been deprecated. The new Pod Security Standards (PSS) lack the flexibility needed for Mercedes-Benz’s complex setup. Watch the video to learn: This talk is ideal for anyone managing large Kubernetes deployments and seeking…

Level Up Your Dev Skills with AI! Google I/O ’24 Awaits

Level Up Your Dev Skills with AI! Google I/O ’24 Awaits

Calling all Developers! Google I/O is just around the corner, and this year promises to be bigger and better than ever. Mark your calendars for May 14th and get ready to dive deep into the exciting world of AI-powered development. The Gemini Era Dawns The theme for I/O ’24 is the Gemini era, ushering in…

From Containers to Pipelines: How Dagger Builds on Docker’s Legacy

From Containers to Pipelines: How Dagger Builds on Docker’s Legacy

Remember Docker? The revolutionary containerization platform that transformed software development? Solomon Hykes, its creator, is back with a new venture – Dagger. This time, he’s tackling a different challenge: the complexity of CI/CD pipelines. Why Pipelines Matter (and Why They’re a Mess) In a recent interview, Hykes dives into the frustrations developers face with inflexible…