Posts Tagged ‘support’

Kong Launches Enterprise Edition of API Platform

A newly rebranded Kong Inc., formerly known as Mashape, this week announced the availability of Kong Enterprise Edition, a version of the companys open-source application programming interface (API) management platform that has been designed from the ground up to support microservices based on containers. Kong Inc. CEO Augusto Marietti says the enterprise edition of Kong differs from the open-source edition in that it scales to support more API calls.
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Cloud Foundry Embraces Kubernetes Runtime Environment

The Cloud Foundry Foundation (CFF), at a Cloud Foundry Summit Europe conference, announced it will make the Cloud Foundry Container Runtime (CFCR) the default runtime for deploying applications on Kubernetes clusters, using the BOSH lifecycle management tools it developed to manage the components that make up the foundations open-source platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment. Abby Kearns, executive director of the CFF, says DevOps teams now can choose between CFCR, formerly known as Kubo, to deploy applications on Kubernetes or continue to use Application Runtime, previously Elastic Runtime, which CFF also provides for deploying applications.
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Python 2 forever: 3 projects that will keep Python 2 alive

The switch from Python 2 to Python 3 has been rocky, but all signs point to Python 3 pulling firmly into the lead. It’s broadly compatible with several libraries,a major third-party implementation of Python iskeeping pace with version 3, and there’s an encouraging rate of adoption by cloud providers for application support.
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Google helps developers bind C++ to Python

Fans of C++ praise its power and speed, but even they admit its complexity can be daunting. That’s true when you’re writing libraries in the language, and it’s doubly true when you want to make C++-authored libraries useful to other languages.
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