Kyma – extend and build on Kubernetes with ease

According to this recently completed CNCF Survey, the adoption rate of Cloud Native technologies in production is growing rapidly. Kubernetes is at the heart of this technological revolution. Naturally, the growth of cloud native technologies has been accompanied by the growth of the ecosystem that surrounds it. Of course, the complexity of cloud native technologies […]

Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes: Automating Elasticsearch and Kibana on Kubernetes

Elasticsearch, following the emergence of Kubernetes as the de facto standard for orchestrating containers, launches Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes (ECK). Let’s have a look at what ECK brings to the Kubernetes ecosystem. The Elasticsearch team takes the next steptowards their commitment to make it easier for users to deploy and operate Elastic products and solutions […]

The Calculator That Helped Land Men on the Moon

Introduced at a Business Equipment Manufacturers Association show in New York in October 1965, this programmable desktop calculator provedan immediate success. Also known as the P101 or the Perottina (after the chief engineer who designed it, Pier Giorgio Perotto), it eventually sold more than 40,000 units, primarily in the United States but also in Europe. […]

Announcing Service Mesh Interface (SMI) Support and Collaboration

Today we announced that Solo.io is a launch partner of the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) specification in collaboration with Microsoft, Bouyant and Hashicorp with support across the cloud-native ecosystem. As part of today’s announcement, the SuperGloo project and The Service Mesh Hub are the first reference implementations of SMI available today. The Service Mesh Interface […]

Atom Power Is Launching the Era of Digital Circuit Breakers

Circuit breakers have been mechanical switches for 140 years. Now Atom Power is launching the first UL safety-certified digital circuit breaker panel combined with smart software and connectivity that could help monitor and control energy use of buildings remotely. In the dark, dank depths of your home basement hangs a drab gray box that guards […]

Releasing Pythia for vision and language multimodal AI models

Pythia is a deep learning framework that supports multitasking in the vision and language domain. Built on our open-source PyTorch framework, the modular, plug-and-play design enables researchers to quickly build, reproduce, and benchmark AI models. Pythia is designed for vision and language tasks, such as answering questions related to visual data and automatically generating image […]

HashiCorp Consul supports Microsoft’s new Service Mesh Interface

Today at KubeCon EU in Barcelona, Microsoft introduced a new specification, the Service Mesh Interface (SMI), for implementing service mesh providers into Kubernetes environments. The Service Mesh Interface (SMI) is a specification for service meshes that run on Kubernetes. It defines a common standard that can be implemented by a variety of providers. This allows […]

Introducing Argo Rollouts

Less than a year ago, we started building Argo CD, a declarative, GitOps continuous delivery tool for Kubernetes. The project has been growing in popularity, with many developers and DevOps engineers adopting it. A huge thanks to our awesome community of contributors and users! Today, we are excited to announce Argo Rollouts a new, Kubernetes-native, […]

Announcing Terraform 0.12

Terraform 0.12 is a major update that includes dozens of improvements and features spanning the breadth and depth of Terraform’s functionality. First-class expression syntax: express references and expressions directly rather than using string interpolation syntax. Generalized type system: use lists and maps more freely, and use resources as object values. Iteration constructs: transform and filter […]