Open source news stories - Page 1
Flashpoint acquires Echosec Systems, elevates OSINT capabilities
Flashpoint has acquired Echosec Systems, a provider of open-source intelligence and publicly available information.
CERT NZ helps open source community with upgrade of Samba
A collaboration between CERT NZ, Catalyst and the open source community has created a major update for Samba, making it more secure.
Intel releases first set of open source AI reference kits
Intel says the four kits available to download are designed to make AI more accessible to organizations in on-prem, cloud and edge environments.
Significant security concerns resulting from open source software ubiquity
"The risk is real, and the industry must work closely together in order to move away from poor open source or software supply chain security practices."
DataStax secures US$115 million to fund database expansion
DataStax has secured US$115 million in funding, which it will use to develop and expand its Astra DB multi-cloud database and Astra Streaming service globally.
Catchpoint releases open source, web testing suite
It allows web developers, SEO managers and performance teams to run instant tests from various locations and receive a detailed performance audit.
Iterative launches machine learning management tool
"The ability to build ML model registries using Git infrastructure and DevOps principles allows models to get into production faster.”
Sysdig unveils new Kubernetes troubleshooting and cloud innovations
Sysdig has introduced two new innovations that look to help bolster cloud services and simplify Kubernetes troubleshooting.
Aqua Security createa unified scanner for cloud native security
“By integrating more cloud native scanning targets into Trivy, such as Kubernetes, we are simplifying cloud native security."
CISOs believe open source offers faster path to security
“Perceptions of open source software are evolving. What was once seen as potential risk is now seen as an enabler for both security and business."
Red Hat report: Enterprise open source new pandemic response
Open source giant Red Hat's latest report, 'The State of Enterprise Open source 2022,' reveals why the community is a catalyst for changing the working world as we know it.
Red Hat Summit to address the open hybrid cloud ecosystem
With almost 30 years of experience in open source software, Red Hat knows a thing or two about how to successfully run a business, and the company has just released its latest information on the open hybrid ecosystem.
DiUS announces sale of global contract testing platform
DiUS has announced it has entered a definitive agreement to sell its global contract-testing collaboration platform, Pactflow, to SmartBear.
Free security training from the Open source Security Foundation
A free training course on developing secure software from the Open source Security Foundation is now available.
GitHub releases updates to Actions for better workflows
GitHub has released three new features for GitHub Actions to assist teams of all sizes to work faster at scale and enable increased productivity.
Majority of organisations rely on open source to drive innovation
"In the post-pandemic world, enterprises continue to keep up with the digitalisation of their infrastructure, processes, people, and customer experiences."
IT leaders more likely to select vendor who contributes to open source community - Red Hat
Enterprise open source is increasingly seen as having many of the same positive attributes as proprietary software.
Snowflake to acquire data application framework Streamlit
Snowflake has announced its intent to acquire Streamlit, enabling global developers and data scientists to mobilise data.
Dell announces new solutions for the open telecom ecosystem
Dell Technologies has introduced new telecommunications solutions and services to help CSPs affordably ramp their transformation to open, cloud-native networks.
The latest Kong Enterprise release is now 25% faster
Kong has announced Kong Enterprise 2.7, a service connectivity platform that enables companies to manage APIs and microservices at scale.
2021 Open source Awards celebrate best NZ has to offer
"The joy of open source is the joy of sharing, learning from others and building capability that can be used anywhere by anyone."
The Sandbox and Brinc announce $50M Open Metaverse Accelerator Program funding for 100 startups
The Sandbox has committed US$50M to Brinc for The Sandbox Metaverse Accelerator Program, targeting 100 startups to enhance the open metaverse.
The Linux Foundation makes record progress in addressing talent shortages
The Linux Foundation summarises the progress made in 2021 towards its goal of ensuring anyone can start an open source technology career.
The aftermath of Log4j - What can be done to protect businesses?
Last year's Apache Log4j vulnerability created a lot of chaos, so what can be done to protect companies from the security implications?