Welcome to The New Stack Context, a weekly podcast wrapping up the news of the week. This week, we spoke with Oakland The New Stack correspondent TC Currie who attended LaunchDarkly’s Trajectory conference in Oakland this week. Then later in the show our own Alex Williams, founder and publisher of The New Stack, and Joab Jackson, TNS managing editor, discussed the news coming out from Google Cloud Next in san Francisco this week. Libby Clark, editorial director at The New Stack, hosted the show.
LaunchDarkly is a feature management platform that provides feature flagging for CI/CD pipelines. Back in February, Currie interviewed LaunchDarkly’s CEO and co-founder Edith Harbaugh on our Makers podcast as one of this year’s winners of the Cloud-Now’s “Top Women in Cloud” award.
Then in the second half of the show, we talk about the Google Next conference. The show has been generating a lot of energy and coverage from our cloud services correspondent Mary Branscombe. We spoke about Google’s Anthos hybrid cloud platform which came out of beta this week, and its new partnership with seven leading open source projects it will begin offering as fully managed services.
Other Stories Mentioned
- CloudBees, Atos Offers a Complete CI/CD Services Model: Services and solutions provider Atos has teamed with Jenkins provider CloudBees to jointly offer an integrated service as a managed platform for continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD). Application-transformation services from Atos helps teams modernize applications, as well as the way they are delivered and managed; A cloud native CI/CD platform from CloudBees, powered by Jenkins and Jenkins X, can run with Google Cloud technologies in the cloud or on-premise; Google’s for cloud technologies for Kubernetes and Istio.
- Gremlin-Spinnaker Integration for Automating Chaos Engineering: The folks behind the open source multicloud continuous delivery platform Spinnaker are partnering with chaos-as-a-service vendor Gremlin. The integration with Gremlin means Spinnaker users can automate chaos experiments across multiple cloud providers including AWS EC2, Kubernetes, Google Compute Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine, Google App Engine, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack and more.
- OpenStack ‘Stein’ Promises 5-Minute Kubernetes Deployments: In advance of its Open Infrastructure Summit to be held in Denver next month, OpenStack has released Stein, the 19th version of its open source cloud infrastructure software of the same name. Stein brings with it dozens of enhancements, including new capabilities for bare metal networking and management, the ability to run high-performance workloads with GPUs, improved container and Kubernetes functionality, and networking upgrades to support 5G, edge computing and network functions virtualization (NFV) use cases.
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