WhiteSource Partners With GitHub to Help Developers Code More Securely

Source:- newkerala.com TEL AVIV, Israel: WhiteSource, the leader in open source security and license compliance management, announced today a partnership with GitHub, the leading software development platform, to help developers more easily detect open source vulnerabilities in their GitHub repositories. GitHub launched security alerts in late 2017 to notify developers about vulnerable dependencies in their public and private repositories and identify relevant fixes for JavaScript, Ruby, Java, .NET, and Python. GitHub is now expanding the offering by partnering with WhiteSource

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GitHub platform improvements are helping orgs keep their dependencies in check

Source:- portswigger.net Following its acquisition by Microsoft for $7.5 billion in stock last year, GitHub was keen to stress it would be business as usual, maintaining its independence and “developer-first” ethos. And the introduction of a series of security improvements for the repository hosting service aims to do just that, by giving businesses and users better visibility of their collaboration and dependencies. Take, for example, the beta launch of organization insights, a new function that allows GitHub Enterprise users to

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AWS adds conflict resolution, squash merge to its GitHub homage CodeCommit

Source:- theregister.co.uk Amazon Web Services (AWS) has added key features to the console and API for its source code repository, CodeCommit. Now you can perform a squash merge – which cleans up code history by merging changes from a branch without adding that branch as a parent – as well as conflict resolution in the AWS CodeCommit console. CodeCommit is the AWS code repository service, an alternative to better-known services such as GitHub and GitLab. CodeCommit supports Git so these

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GitHub Desktop evolves for improved workflow support

Source:- itbrief.co.nz GitHub Desktop has evolved to version 2.0, bringing more capabilities to developers that better support workflows. GitHub Desktop 2.0 has now expanded to include stashing, rebasing, and better ways to share credit with other developers, and emoji support. GitHub’s Billy Griffin says in a company blog that stashing and rebasing were two of the most requested features, which is why they are now supported with Desktop 2.0. “We’re focused on listening to our users and supporting the workflows you

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CI/CD for open-source Kubernetes applications

Source:- sdtimes.com Having a continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) pipeline for a project is almost mandatory nowadays. With cloud-native software in general and Kubernetes applications in particular, developers and operators face new challenges: How do I run my end-to-end tests in a Kubernetes environment? How can I automate the process of testing and releasing my application for different platforms and Kubernetes versions? This post will walk you through the different steps needed to set up in a CI/CD system when working

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5 Reasons Why Jenkins Is The Most-Used Open Source Tool By Developers

Source: analyticsindiamag.com. Jenkins is an open-source continuous integration tool which is written in Java. By default, Jenkins will be running on port 8080. It is a master-slave topology which distributes the build and testing efforts over slave servers with the results automatically accumulated on the master. It is not only a continuous integration server but also has a highly active community that works towards improving codes, write plugins, participates on mailing lists, writes bug reports, etc. It can be installed through native

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Can DevOps drive another record year for software M&A deals?

Source- jaxenter.com By now, ‘DevOps’ is not a new concept; it’s a word that’s on the lips of every developer and IT person (reborn now, of course, as ‘DevOps engineers’.) Yet the prophecy of DevOps has failed to fulfill itself as described in its texts. The DevOps meme continues to mutate. Meanwhile, the ground itself is beginning to shake with the footsteps of giants like Atlassian, Github/Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, VMware and more. It seems that the real tectonic shift is yet

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Open Source DevOps Platform by Infosys on GitHub

Source- dev-insider.de The IT service provider Infosys has provided an open source DevOps platform, which is also available from GitHub in a community edition. The integrated solution should help companies to implement agile and DevOps-oriented processes. With more than 2,000 predefined scripts and more than 150 DevOps pipelines, the Infosys DevOps platform was fed from scratch. The solution is designed to bring continuous integration, continuous testing and continuous delivery on the way, significantly reducing the time to application startup. The application provision should run as tool-independent as possible. For this,

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GitHub’s Actions Challenge Traditional CI Vendors

Source- forbes.com In the week since GitHub announced its new Actions capability, I’ve been speaking with developers and colleagues about the implications. There is no doubt that Actions was the most significant announcement at this year’s Universe conference, held in San Francisco, CA. It was met with considerable enthusiasm from those present, even taking into account the boosterism from the more committed GitHub employees present. In essence, Actions provide a mechanism for developers to write event handlers in a language of

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SnapLogic Extends DevOps Reach via GitHub

Source – devops.com SnapLogic has extended the reach of its SnapLogic Enterprise Integration Cloud into the realm of DevOps by making it possible to store integrations creating using Snap connectors in GitHub. The company also announced integration with the DC/OS platform from Mesosphere along with a new service catalog and several updates to the Iris artificial intelligence (AI) software it uses make recommendations concerning the construction of integration pipelines. At the same time, SnapLogic has enhanced both its monitoring tools for application programming

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