Microsoft announced its approach to helping you be more productive when developing apps, including the introduction of .NET Core 3.0. They also started decoupling many parts of the Windows development platform, so you can adopt technologies incrementally.
GitLab is the only single application for the entire DevOps lifecycle. It will release GitLab Serverless in GitLab 11.6 to allow enterprises to plan, build, and manage serverless workloads with the rest of their code from within the same GitLab UI.
Atlassian’s JIRA began life as a bug-tracking tool. Its genesis as a bug tracker, and its resulting use of “tickets” as its fundamental, defining unit, have made its maps especially difficult to follow.
Since microservices were literally designed to prevent “two-pizza” devops teams from knowing about each other, it turns out that it’s incredibly difficult for any individual to understand the whole, or even their nearest neighbor in the service graph.
After 10 years of people writing cloud programs in legacy sequential languages like Java, the public cloud providers are finally proposing a programming model for the cloud. They are calling it Serverless Computing, or more descriptively “Functions as a Service” (FaaS).
Tigera, a startup that offers security and compliance solutions for Kubernetes container deployments, announced that it has raised a $30 million Series B round led by Insight Venture Partners. Existing investors Madrona, NEA and Wing also participated in this round.