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New tech for Ops crew: Scanning containers for open-source vulns

Pushed out by newly acquired Black Duck

Take Kubernetes, and bish bash bosh, you've got Container Runtime

Cloud Foundry project aims to make containers manageable

Mirantis eyes continuous integration of all the things

OPENSTACK SYDNEY And waits for news on how OpenStack will govern its new outreach plans

Who's that cuddling up in the container... *squints* Wow you're getting along well

All's fair in war and cloud

'Lambda and serverless is one of the worst forms of proprietary lock-in we've ever seen in the history of humanity'

Interview CoreOS on AWS, Kubernetes, and more

Dashboard pushers: Dark here in containerised server land, innit sysadmins?

Analysis We show raw event log blizzards as usable correlated patterns, they croon

Hardware has never been better, but it isn't a licence for code bloat

Have as many lines as you want, just make it efficient

Sir, you're doing 60 in a 30mph container zone. What are you, some kind of devops cop?

Profile Well... we prefer containerised app info highway code

Hipsterverse horror as Slack takes Halloween hiatus

Two-hour outage sees users forced to speak to each other

Kubernetes bug ate my banking app! How code flaw crashed Brit upstart

Monzo engineering chief details exact cause of outage

Don't put your Node out of joint: Version 8 of JS toolkit now in LTS mode

As the focus turns to version 9

Official: Perl the most hated programming language, say devs

Poll According to Stack Overflow, anyway. Disagree? Vote now right here

Containers? Ha! Ain't no party like a Tupperware party, boasts Facebook

OS Summit No Docker or Kubernetes under The Social Network's hood

You may not know it, but you've already arrived at DevOps Land

Installed Puppet? Visited a waterfall?... Gobble gobble, ONE OF US... ONE OF US!

Continuous Lifecycle 2018: Agile pioneer Dr Linda Rising to keynote

Events Call for papers closes today – get your skates on

You can't find tech staff – wah, wah, wah. Start with your ridiculous job spec

And stop hiring floorspace in San Fran, London for Pete's sake

Kubernetes has won. Docker Enterprise Edition will support rival container-wrangling tech

Blue bit-box hawker submits to rival code flocker shocker

With microservices Java can at last join us in our cloudy, DevOpsy world

It's how apps are designed, not the tools used to write them

Has Git ever driven you so mad you wanted to bomb it? Well, now you can with this tiny repo

Dev finds fun bug in tricky but powerful source control tool

Culture, schmulture. DevOps, agile need to be software-first again

Decades of preaching about meatware complicated dev life

Google Grafeas can handle the truth: Web giant and pals emit tool to wrangle containers

Open-source project aspires to spare you from dependency hell

'We think autonomous coding is a very real thing' – GitHub CEO imagines a future without programmers

Hello, world? More like: Goodbye, world

Don't fear the reap... er, automation: Puppet hopes to make IT boring, says that's a good thing

Tools will make peeps more attractive, it's claimed

10 years on, Amazon CTO reflects on DynamoDB launch

Vogels recounts how Dynamo paper became AWS NoSQL giant

npm adds two-factor auth, security tokens in wake of JS typo attack

Let's make sure that code you're pulling in is legit code, not some scumbag's library

Splunk hits Oracle's Larry where it hurts: His failure to win America's Cup boat race

With our analytics you won’t capsize next time, Lawrence

Keybase Git gets keys, basically: Secure chat app encrypts your repos

Security blanket for the paranoid among us (OK, all of us reading this)

Microsoft's Azure servers want to sip your mug of serverless Java

JavaOne Azure Functions upgraded to woo developers speaking Oracle's language

Google backs up Firebase with a second realtime NoSQL silo

Cloud Firestore aspires to scale better

Oracle VP: 'We want the next decade to be Java first, Java always'

Analysis For perhaps the first time ever, a JavaOne keynote was actually useful

JS code at the network edge. Oh, you're still here and not running, screaming? Read on

Cloudflare Workers offered to customize content

Cluster coordinator Kubernetes claims crisp care clip

1.8 refurbishment is the third one this year

Yahoo! search! results!, recommendations!, ad! flinging! code! is! now! open! source!

Here's the keys to ride Vespa into the sunset

Facebook performs successful license surgery on React, GraphQL

Feared patent bomb defused, for the time being

Facebook U-turn: React, other libraries freed from unloved patent license

Hybrid BSD pact will be replaced by MIT deal for some projects

Java SE 9 and Java EE 8 arrive, 364 days later than first planned

Now that all the unpleasantness is behind us, let us code

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