Developers love GitOps because it is lightning fast to deploy and lightweight to operate. Harness GitOps—built on the popular CNCF incubated open source Argo CD project—delivers those benefits for DevOps teams and takes GitOps to the next level with enterprise-grade security, governance and scale.
The open-source platform for building serverless and event-driven applications, Knative, is entering the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as an incubating project. The project started at Google in 2018 and was developed in partnership with IBM, Red Hat, VMware, and SAP. It has since grown to over 1,800 contributors, and it is in use in production at Alibaba Cloud, Bloomberg, IBM, and VMware.
Open-source projects are accessible to everyone, and developers can contribute to and utilize the code if under permissive licenses. By contributing to open source, you can find your way to countless opportunities.
An official at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency told a White House industry advisory panel that the agency was working on guidance for federal agencies around how best to adopt “Zero Trust” security strategies.
Okteto, a startup that makes it easier for developers to quickly spin up Kubernetes-based development environments in order to speed up their development process, announced that it has raised a $15 million Series A funding round. The core idea behind Okteto is that the development environment should look exactly like the production environment.
Over his career at Heroku, Personify, Salesforce.com, and Dropbox, Adam Gross has launched tens of developer facing products, and helped create some of the larger developer communities on the web. In this DevGuild: Dev-First GTM presentation, Adam outlines his framework for when and how much to invest in your enterprise GTM.