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Automating Docker Security with Kaniko, Cosign, Kyverno

Automating Docker Security with Kaniko, Cosign, Kyverno

In the world of software development, delivering high-quality software quickly, securely, and reliably is paramount. Docker images simplify deployment, but they can also introduce challenges. This blog post explores how to automate these procedures to maximize the benefits of Docker images, using real-world examples from  BIOCAD, a biotech company. Building Secure Docker Images with Kaniko…

Wasmi 0.32: A Leap Forward in WebAssembly Execution Performance

Wasmi 0.32: A Leap Forward in WebAssembly Execution Performance

Wasmi, a popular and versatile WebAssembly (Wasm) interpreter, has just released its most significant update yet – version 0.32. This update brings a dramatic performance boost for both startup times and execution speed, making Wasmi an even more compelling choice for various use cases, including: Blazing-Fast Startups Wasmi 0.32 introduces several key optimizations that significantly…

Kubernetes Gateway API 1.1 Released: Standard Features & New Experiments

Kubernetes Gateway API 1.1 Released: Standard Features & New Experiments

The Kubernetes Gateway API team is excited to announce the release of version 1.1! This update brings several key features to the forefront, along with some intriguing experimental additions. Standard Channel Promotions: Dive Deeper: Advanced Routing with HTTPRoute: Improved Conformance Reporting: Experimental Features: Easy Upgrade Path: The Gateway API offers independent versioning, allowing you to…

Gentoo & NetBSD Ban AI-Generated Code for Linux

Gentoo & NetBSD Ban AI-Generated Code for Linux

The world of open-source software is witnessing a battle between human ingenuity and artificial intelligence. Leading Linux distributions like Gentoo and NetBSD are taking a stand against AI-generated code, citing concerns about quality, copyright, and ethics. This move comes amidst a growing trend of AI assistants offering to streamline coding tasks. However, FOSS developers worry…

Your KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2024 Awaits!

Your KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2024 Awaits!

Calling all Cloud Native enthusiasts! Gear up for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2024, happening in vibrant Salt Lake City from November 12th to 15th. This isn’t just about attending talks – it’s about actively shaping the conversation, expanding your knowledge, and connecting with the vibrant Cloud Native community. Here’s how you can maximize your…

Can AI Write Prompts for AI? Anthropic’s New Tool Says Yes!

Can AI Write Prompts for AI? Anthropic’s New Tool Says Yes!

Ever felt stuck staring at a blank screen, trying to craft the perfect prompt for your AI project? You’re not alone. Prompt engineering can be a time-consuming and frustrating process. But fear not, fellow AI enthusiasts, because Anthropic has just released a game-changing tool that takes the struggle out of prompt creation! Introducing Claude’s Prompt…

Coroot Now GA, Open Observability Made Easy

Coroot Now GA, Open Observability Made Easy

Tired of complex, expensive application performance monitoring (APM) tools? Look no further than Coroot, a powerful open-source observability platform that just went generally available (GA). Built for Simplicity and Efficiency Coroot stands out with its focus on ease of use and comprehensive monitoring. Here’s what makes it a compelling choice: Beyond Kubernetes: Monitoring Made Easy…

MS-DOS 4.0 Source Code Now Open Sourced on GitHub!

MS-DOS 4.0 Source Code Now Open Sourced on GitHub!

Calling all tech fans! Let’s take a trip down memory lane. Microsoft just released the source code for MS-DOS versions 1.25, 2.0, and 4.0 on GitHub. What is MS-DOS? Remember those old text-based computer screens? MS-DOS, the Microsoft Disk Operating System, was the king back then. It let you run programs, manage files, and basically…

IBM Goes Big on Cloud with $6.4 B HashiCorp Acquisition

IBM Goes Big on Cloud with $6.4 B HashiCorp Acquisition

Big Blue Doubles Down on Cloud with Major Acquisition In a move that sent ripples through the tech world, tech giant IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced its acquisition of HashiCorp (NASDAQ: HCP) for a staggering $6.4 billion. This strategic purchase, finalized on April 24th, 2024, marks IBM’s commitment to expanding its cloud-based software offerings and capitalizing…

HITRUST 2024 Update: Stronger Security, Simpler Compliance

HITRUST 2024 Update: Stronger Security, Simpler Compliance

HITRUST, a leader in information security and compliance, recently announced a significant update to its renowned framework. Version 11.3.0 of the HITRUST Framework (HITRUST CSF®) bolsters its position as a comprehensive and up-to-date solution for organizations navigating today’s complex cybersecurity landscape. What is the HITRUST Framework? The HITRUST Framework stands as a robust, scalable, and…

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