Tag: Open source

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ServiceNow invests $25 million in Snyk

ServiceNow invests $25 million in Snyk

ServiceNow announced a strategic investment in Snyk. The startup focuses on helping developers detect and fix code vulnerabilities. The Wall Street Journal reported that the investment is worth $25 million. ServiceNow's investment isn't just about the money. The company also built an integration... Read more

date10 days ago
How MLOps gets ‘streamlined’

How MLOps gets ‘streamlined’

We need intelligence. More specifically, our planet’s total application and data services layer needs an increasing amount of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and so, logically, we also need a strong handle on Machine Learning (ML) and the data wrangling, data management and data orchestration functi... Read more

date26 days ago
Pantheon on Drupal 10: All around the new CMS 

Pantheon on Drupal 10: All around the new CMS 

Language evolves. These days, even the Baby Boomers know what a Content Management System is and most of us can now talk about ‘the CMS’ without having to explain what it is and how it works. Of course, the use of CMS systems is broader than mere blog posting, the application of this technol... Read more

date2 months ago
Cassandra 4.1 promises dev guardrails and pluggable storage

Cassandra 4.1 promises dev guardrails and pluggable storage

Cassandra focuses on stability with the latest update. Apache Cassandra 4.1 will be made available next week. The update comes more than a year after the 4.0 release. Apache Cassandra 4.1 promises pluggable schema management and new guardrails to help ops professionals keep devs in line. Apac... Read more

date2 months ago
Events, dollars & cents: the state of open source in 2023

Events, dollars & cents: the state of open source in 2023

Britain was, obviously (arguably), mislead and misguided enough to vote positively for Brexit by a small but unfortunate margin. In what may be something of a continued move to reaffirm what open values the nation still has, OpenUK continues its obviously (perhaps inarguably) positive work to promo... Read more

date2 months ago
Meta PyTorch 2.0 is now available

Meta PyTorch 2.0 is now available

Meta just released PyTorch 2.0, the latest version of its open-source machine learning framework. The release aims to increase performance speed while maintaining the framework's eager-mode development and user experience. PyTorch 2.0 includes support for Dynamic Shapes and Distributed, among ot... Read more

date2 months ago
SQLite 3.40 is now available with official support for Wasm

SQLite 3.40 is now available with official support for Wasm

SQLite 3.40.0 has been made available with official Wasm compilation support. Web developers can now utilize SQL to query local databases with the help of the browser's local storage, session storage and OPFS (Origin-Private FileSystem). The supporting system, however, is still patchy. The de... Read more

date3 months ago
Shopify acquires Remix to improve UI design functionality

Shopify acquires Remix to improve UI design functionality

Shopify acquired open-source tool Remix to provide additional design functionality to customers. Shopify has made waves in the e-commerce sector. The acquisition of Remix is set to further improve its processes and demand. Remix was designed by co-founders Ryan Florence and Michael Jackson, an e... Read more

date3 months ago
A new open-source tool scans AWS S3 buckets for exposed secrets

A new open-source tool scans AWS S3 buckets for exposed secrets

A new open-source tool allows security professionals to scan for authentication data exposed in Amazon S3 storage buckets. 'S3crets Scanner' is now available on GitHub. Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) was designed to help organizations store software, data, and services on the cloud. The pur... Read more

date3 months ago
OpenSSL discloses its second-ever critical vulnerability

OpenSSL discloses its second-ever critical vulnerability

The OpenSSL Project, which maintains the widely used OpenSSL library, has revealed that an important vulnerability patch will be released on November 1st. This is the first serious vulnerability patch for OpenSSL since 2016 and just the second in the project's history. To limit the likelihood of... Read more

date3 months ago
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