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cloudera

Large Scale Industrialization Key to Open Source Innovation

We are now well into 2022 and the megatrends that drove the last decade in data—The Apache Software Foundation as a primary innovation vehicle for big data, the arrival of cloud computing, and the debut of cheap distributed storage—have now converged and offer clear patterns for competitive advantage for vendors and value for customers.

testsigma

How To Contribute To Testsigma Open Source

This guide is designed to help contribute to Testsigma, an open-source tool that supports end-to-end testing for Web Apps, Mobile Apps, and APIs. Spoiler Alert: You don’t always need to be a programmer to make a contributor. There are many opportunities for coding as well as non-coding contributions. This article discusses all aspects necessary to contribute to Testsigma’s open-source project.

From AutoML to AutoMLOps: Automated Logging & Tracking of ML - MLOps Live #19

In this session of the MLOps Live Webinar series, we discuss building services with ML baked-in, that continuously deliver bottom-line business value, by embracing AutoMLOps. AutoMLOps means automating engineering tasks so that your code is automatically ready for production. In this session, we outline the challenges, describe open-source tools available for Auto-MLOps, and finish off with a live demo.
WSO2

How MOSIP Uses Ballerina WebSubHub for Event-Driven Integration

Ballerina is an open source programming language for the cloud that makes it easier to use, combine and create network services. In addition to the powerful language features, it comes with a rich standard library, which covers network data, messaging and communication protocols.

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Using Open Source for API Observability

API Observability isn't exactly new, however it's popularity has seen rapid growth in the past few years in terms of popularity. API Observability using open source is different from regular API monitoring, as it allows you to get deeper and extract more valuable insights. Although it takes a bit more effort to set up, once you've got an observability infrastructure running it can be immensely helpful not only in catching errors and making debugging easier, but also in finding areas that can be optimized.

kong

Kong Inc. supports the newly announced Envoy Gateway project to reduce fragmentation in the Envoy ecosystem

Today, the Envoy community has introduced Envoy Gateway, a new project to better support Kubernetes deployments via the new Kubernetes Gateway API, which is the next generation Ingress specification in Kubernetes world. Kong has been deeply invested in the success of Envoy since we started developing Kuma in 2019 – now used in Kong Mesh (built on top of Kuma).

The Power of Perforce Open Source

Open source software (OSS) is the foundation of the digital economy. For organizations using OSS, adequately supporting that software is critical. Perforce enables teams to innovate with OSS — without the risk. They say software is eating the world, and open source is eating software. Today, open source software serves as the foundation that powers the digital economy.