SD Instances information digest: Xen Challenge Hypervisor four.14, Ensono’s mainframe modernization capabilities, and Apache’s weekly roundup
The Xen Challenge introduced the most recent model of its open-source hypervisor. Xen Challenge Hypervisor four.14 introduces Linux subdomains, higher nested efficiency, extra sturdy reside patching and displays contributions from throughout the neighborhood and ecosystem.
A brand new growth made within the Xen Challenge Practical Security Working group is the profitable drafting of prototype requirement paperwork and progress in direction of the processes and procedures on sustaining these paperwork.
Ongoing work on the challenge consists of Secret free Xen which is able to forestall reminiscence from being mapped, Golang bindings considerably expanded, and reside migration with out want for visitor cooperation.
Ensono’s mainframe modernization capabilities
Ensono expanded mainframe modernization capabilities inside the Hybrid IT service portfolio.
The answer delivers new capabilities for shoppers with mission-critical mainframe environments together with cloud native capabilities to reinforce mainframe workloads, focused software assessments and migrations, knowledge and API connectivity.
“This resolution is extra than simply migrating to the cloud. It’s about understanding the enterprise outcomes our shoppers want, uncovering what’s impeding them right this moment, and offering software and data-centric worth paths to realize these enterprise outcomes on the correct platforms,” stated Lisa Dyer, the vp of product administration at Ensono.
Apache weekly roundup
Final week noticed the discharge of Apache Atlas 2.1.Zero with the addition of fast search and the power so as to add/take away labels on entities, and to go looking entities utilizing labels.
Apache Calcite Avatica Go 5.Zero.Zero, the framework for constructing database drivers, was additionally launched.
Extra releases embrace Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1.22.four, Apache Commons Lang three.11, Apache Geometry 1.Zero-beta1, and three updates to Apache Groovy.
The complete listing of particulars is out there right here.
Apollo Consumer three.Zero launched
The brand new launch features a single, consolidated ‘@apollo/consumer’ bundle, new ‘InMemoryCache APIs,’ improved native state administration APIs, expanded and refined UI reactivity, and in depth inner refactoring.
By caching knowledge from the person’s server, Apollo Consumer regionally reconstructs a subset of the back-end knowledge graph. The following time Apollo Consumer queries a few of that very same knowledge, it might probably fetch it instantly from the cache, even when a wholly totally different question requests it.
Nearly all of 2.x performance stays in three.Zero. The complete listing of particulars on the brand new launch is out there right here.