Where are you using WebAssembly?
Wasm promises to let developers build once and run anywhere. Are you using it yet?
At work, for production apps
At work, but not for production apps
I don’t use WebAssembly but expect to when the technology matures
I have no plans to use WebAssembly
No plans and I get mad whenever I see the buzzword

This Week in News: VMware and OpenFaaS, Chef InSpec, HPE OneSphere

Feb 23rd, 2018 3:30pm by
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This Week in News: VMware and OpenFaaS, Chef InSpec, HPE OneSphere

Hello, welcome to The New Stack Context, a podcast where we review the week’s hottest news in cloud-native technologies/at-scale application development and look ahead to topics we expect will gain more attention in coming weeks.

This week, from a snowy Portland Oregon, we spoke with Alex Ellis, founder of OpenFaaS. Ellis has hired on to VMware to work full time on the OpenFaaS serverless software, as part of VMware’s new Open Source Technology Center. Until now, Ellis has been working on OpenFaaS in his spare time while holding down a day job as an application developer at ADP. We spoke with him about why he made the decision to join VMware and what it means for the OpenFaaS community.

We also discuss Chef’s latest update to its security compliance and automation tool InSpec, and spoke with The New Stack editor-in-chief Alex Williams about a three-part New Stack Makers podcast series we just wrapped up with HPE that focuses on some of the challenges enterprise IT and developers have in moving to new cloud-native architectures.

The New Stack editorial director Libby Clark hosted this week’s edition of Context, along with The New Stack managing editor Joab Jackson.


Chef, HPE, and VMware are sponsors of The New Stack.

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