gRPC

gRPC Holds Its First Ever Conference

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By Venil Noronha I recently attended the Linux Foundation’s first ever gRPC Conference in Sunnyvale, California and gave a presentation on some work that I’ve been doing to connect the increasingly popular open source remote procedure call (RPC) system with Istio and Envoy. In this first of two blogs, I’ll briefly explain what gRPC does for those Read more...
KubeCon Europe 2019

Gearing Up for KubeCon Europe 2019

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Each year, the scope and prominence of KubeCon continues to expand, and this year is certainly shaping up to be KubeCon’s biggest year yet. More than 12,000 people are expected to flock to the Fira Gran Via event center in Barcelona, Spain to attend KubeCon Europe 2019 from May 20-23. As the Cloud Native Computing Read more...
open source conference

Kicking Off the 2019 Open Source Conference Season

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2019 is in full swing – no more stewing over resolutions, it’s time to get to work! And it’s no different for VMware’s open source team. They are hard at work polishing their presentations, contributing to the community and, in some cases, packing their bags in preparation for the beginning of the 2019 open source Read more...
Network Service Mesh

Network Service Mesh Goes Public at KubeCon

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By Nikolay Nikolaev I attended last December’s North America KubeCon where the Network Service Mesh project had its first big public outing, showing a proof of concept demos. Network Service Mesh addresses some of the network level inefficiencies that arise with modern virtualization infrastructures. In cloud native environments, networking runs by default at a relatively Read more...
Precaution

Announcing Precaution – A New Open Source GitHub App That Automatically Scans Pull Requests for Security Vulnerabilities

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By Eric Brown, Antoine Salon, Martin Vrachev Our team is announcing the initial public release of Precaution, an open source GitHub app for automatically scanning pull requests for security issues. With Precaution installed, all pull requests in your repo are automatically scanned by a security linter like Bandit (for Python) or GoSec (for Go) as Read more...