Harbor

Harbor Gets Adopted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

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Here at VMware’s Open Source Program Office, we’re thrilled to acknowledge that Harbor has been accepted into the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a Sandbox-level hosted project. Harbor, as you probably know, is an open source cloud native registry that stores, signs and scans content. It originated as an internal VMware project in China Read more...
gplv2

A Consistent Approach to GPLv2 Compliance

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Over the past nine months, we have seen a growing consensus in the industry regarding one specific aspect of GPL compliance. Since the October 2017 announcement of the Linux kernel Technical Advisory Board’s Linux Kernel Enforcement Statement, which stated that the Linux kernel project was adopting the GPLv3 cure commitment, a significant number of key Read more...
PyCon

Reflections on Running a Development Sprint at PyCon

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By Nisha Kumar, open source engineer, VMware I’m a longtime Python developer, but until this year I had never been to PyCon, the largest international conference for Python users. I went this year because I wanted to run a development sprint for Tern, the open source project that I maintain. PyCon’s development sprints are a Read more...
AWS Greengrass

Easier IoT with AWS Greengrass and Ansible

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VMware helps its customers build and release new IoT products and solutions. In most situations, it’s a challenge to automate the configuration and rollout of IoT solutions, simply due to the scale and variety of systems involved. The AWS Greengrass service from Amazon supports management of IoT devices and provides a UI for interacting with Read more...