Spring Projects

An Introduction to Spring Projects

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Spring is one of the projects we wrote about in “Boomerang Back: The Return of Pivotal Open Source Projects” and the family of Spring Projects are among the most notable to return to the VMware fold. Below, we’ll highlight two Spring Projects – Spring Boot and Spring Framework – but for weekly updates on Spring, Read more...
distribution tools

Using Linux Distribution Tools to Build Container Images – Part 2: Linux Distribution Tools for Custom Container Image Creation

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By Nisha Kumar and Joshua Lock This is the second in a three-part series based on the presentation on building container images that we gave at KubeCon/Cloud Native Con North America 2019. In our first post, we described problems that we’ve observed with standard industry practices around creating container images, the most significant being that Read more...

A CLI for EdgeX Foundry

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3 Minute Read By Alex Courouble  EdgeX Foundry, an open source project sponsored by the Linux Foundation and founded by Dell Technologies, has more than 66 contributors from companies such as HP, Intel and VMware.  EdgeX is a common open framework for IoT edge computing that supports multiple sensor data protocols such as bluetooth, coapp and Read more...
NSMcon

NSM Hosts First NSMCon to Raise Visibility & Build Community

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By Nikolay Nikolaev We held Network Service Mesh’s (NSM) first-ever NSMCon the day before the most recent KubeCon in San Diego. From my perspective as an NSM maintainer, it was everything we had hoped it would be and more. If you aren’t familiar with the project, NSM is an open-source hybrid/multi-cloud IP service mesh that Read more...

What’s New in EdgeX Foundry 1.1

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By Malini Bhandaru Back in the fall, I previewed EdgeX Foundry’s 1.1 “Fuji” release in a talk at the Open Source Summit North America. I’m happy to say that EdgeX 1.1 is now live and available for use. If you are new to EdgeX or edge computing, my OSS presentation offers a quick primer on Read more...