Harbor Gets Adopted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation


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...

KernelShark — The Future of Trace Data Visualization


KernelShark, the open source graphical user interface or tracing data that gives users a view of the events happening within the Linux kernel, has proven useful for many kernel developers—but it’s not without its limitations. That’s why we’re now in the process of completely rewriting KernelShark, rebuilding it on a more solid platform and readying it Read more...

OpenFaaS Mid-Year Recap


Here’s some vital information you should know: You can package anything as a serverless function with OpenFaaS. The open source project, founded by VMware’s Alex Ellis, makes serverless functions simple for Docker and Kubernetes so that you can build a scalable, fault-tolerant, event-driven serverless platform for your applications. Now here’s some exciting breaking news: OpenFaaS Read more...