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GitHub Actions is a third-party CI/CD solution popular among many Google Cloud customers and developers. When a GitHub Actions Workflow needs to read or mutate resources on Google Cloud – such as publishing a container to Artifact Registry or deploying a new service with Cloud Run – it must first authenticate. Traditionally, authenticating from GitHub …

Debricked has achieved a not so small feat – we are now able to actively keep and maintain a clone of all data on GitHub! For what reason? You may ask. To understand all the why’s and how’s we have interviewed our Head of Data Science, Emil Wåréus. Before we start with the questions, who …

In June, Apple introduced Swift System, a new library for Apple platforms that provides idiomatic interfaces to system calls and low-level currency types. I’m excited to announce that we’re open-sourcing System and adding Linux support! Our vision is for System to eventually act as the single home for low-level system interfaces for all supported Swift platforms. …

Keeping track of what’s going on in Kubernetes isn’t easy. It’s an environment where things move quickly, individual containers come and go, and a large number of independent processes involving separate users may all be happening at the same time. Container-based systems are by their nature optimized for rapid, efficient response to a heavy load …

It is my pleasure to announce a new open source project for the Swift Server ecosystem, Swift Cluster Membership. This library aims to help Swift grow in a new space of server applications: clustered multi-node distributed systems. With this library we provide reusable runtime-agnostic membership protocol implementations which can be adopted in various clustering use-cases. Background Cluster membership …

Business application that fails to operate 24/7 would be considered inefficient in the market. The idea is that applications run uninterrupted irrespective of a technical glitch, feature update, or a natural disaster. In today’s heterogeneous environment where infrastructure is intricately layered, a continuous workflow of application is possible via self-healing. Kubernetes, which is a container …

If your day-to-day as a developer, system administrator, full-stack engineer, or site reliability engineer involves Git pushes, commits, and pulls to and from GitHub and deployments to Amazon Web Services (AWS), security is a persistent concern. Fortunately, open source tools are available to help your team avoid common mistakes that could cost your organization thousands …

Microsoft Build 2019 | Microsoft’s journey to becoming an open source enterprise with GitHub Session ID: BRK3029   Microsoft has become the largest open source-friendly company in the world, with over 20,000 developers using and contributing to open source projects on GitHub. Engineers at Microsoft develop in the open on GitHub together with tools like …