Our “Top Programming Languages for DevOps” prompted a social media reaction when it did not include Microsoft’s popular PowerShell scripting language. Christopher Tozzi, the author of that article, responded to the controversy to clarify that when...
The open source hardware market is growing beyond OCP’s own “enclave.”
Stack Overflow's latest developer survey indicates that Rust is the popular programming language, Linux use passes Windows, and diversity issues aren't really improving.
Microsoft and other tech giants agree to offer open source users and developers the chance to remedy GPLv2 compliance issues rather than pursue legal action.
Security researchers have found that cryptocurrency mining malware can infect Docker, using clever methods designed to avoid detection.
Without a vendor behind it, open source software takes a deliberate effort by IT to secure it.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Ask the same question about Linux and open source software and the answer is clear — but still a surprise to some.
As organizations explore AI, machine learning, and containers, they are entrusting more sophisticated workloads to AWS cloud services, Cloudability finds.
While DevOps methodology has support from developers, the pace of change inside companies can be slow, according to a study by GitLab.