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DeployHub secures a $75k XRPL Grant for Ortelius

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The Ortelius open-source community will work with DeployHub to develop the open-source governance catalog to create an immutable SBOM audit trail that allows open-source developers to easily register their packages with SBOM information allowing organizations consuming open-source to easily access and act upon SBOM data, CVEs, and other usage information.

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Devops.com: CDEvents Aims To Standardize CI/CD Interoperability

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Companies are under mounting pressure to continuously release new applications and features. And as software development life cycles become more iterative, continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) has become a necessary ingredient to enable more rapid deployments.

Interestingly, CDEvents, an emerging open source standard from the Continous Delivery Foundation (CDF), is working to standardize the root semantics of how CI/CD tools describe the payloads of their events with more granularity than CloudEvents. The project aims to establish schemas for how common CI/CD events are described, easing integration and providing more actionable data surrounding the CI/CD pipeline.

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TechTarget: DevSecOps demands focus on developer experience, IT pros say

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AUSTIN, Texas — DevSecOps platforms operated by internal service providers are increasingly common, but just provisioning infrastructure for developers isn’t enough, experienced platform engineers have learned.

Operating a DevOps platform tends to create a shift to a product mindset, with platform teams acting as service providers that deliver a curated set of pipeline tools and infrastructure to internal developer customers. As their products mature, platform teams must also focus on improving their developer customers’ experience — or risk losing those customers to shadow IT and other risky practices, according to IT experts at this week’s cdCon.

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heise.de – Report der CD Foundation: Fast alle Entwickler nutzen DevOps

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Als Teil der Linux-Foundation sieht sich die Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) als herstellerneutrale Anlaufstelle für Open-Source-Projekte rund um das Thema Continuous Delivery und für die Spezifikationen entsprechender Pipeline-Prozesse. Dabei sehen es die Macher der CDF als eine Schlüsselfunktion ihrer gemeinnützigen Stiftung an, herstellerunabhängige Daten zu wichtigen DevOps- und Entwicklungsmetriken bereitzustellen. Diese sollen zeigen, wo Continuous Delivery aktuell steht. Dazu haben sie im vergangenen Jahr die Continuous-Delivery-Berichtsserie begonnen. Nun hat die CDF auf der Konferenz cdCON unter dem Titel “State of Continous Delivery Report 2022” den aktuell dritten Bericht in dieser Reihe vorgestellt.

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TechTarget: OpenTelemetry inspires CDF’s event-driven architecture plan

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AUSTIN, Texas — The CDEvents project proposes a standard way to communicate between CI/CD tools through an event-driven architecture, which could potentially reduce integration toil and improve compliance automation for DevOps platform teams.

The project, rolled out last month, was the focus of sessions and discussions among attendees at cdCon this week. It’s still in its raw early stages, but if it succeeds, CDEvents could do for DevOps pipelines what OpenTelemetry has done for distributed tracing: make it easy for users to swap specific tools in and out because they all share data in a compatible way.

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TechTarget: New CD Foundation GM fights CI/CD pipeline fragmentation

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Former Ericsson engineer Fatih Degirmenci will coordinate between CDF projects and CNCF working groups to secure software supply chains and ensure interoperability among tools.

AUSTIN, Texas — The Continuous Delivery Foundation appointed a new general manager last week, with a charter to grow the still-maturing community and distinguish it from its better-known Linux Foundation sibling, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

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DevOps.com: CDF Report Surfaces DevOps Workflow Gains

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At its cdCon 2022 conference today, the Continuous Delivery Foundation shared a State of Continuous Delivery in 2022 report that found nearly half of developers (47%) use either continuous integration or continuous deployment platforms—but only about 20% report using both to automate all application build, testing and deployment.

Overall, only a little less than a quarter (23%) of the 18,585 developers surveyed by SlashData on behalf of the CDF said they are not involved in any DevOps-related activities.

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DevOps.com: Continuous Delivery Foundation Adds Interoperability Project

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At a CDEventscon event this week, the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) announced it is hosting a CDEvents project through which it hopes to create a vendor-neutral specification for defining the format of event data across multiple services, platforms and systems.

Andrea Frittoli, open source developer advocate at IBM, co-creator of the CDEvents project and member of the CDF technical oversight committee, said the open source consortium is launching this initiative to foster interoperability across continuous delivery (CD) platforms. In the context of the CDF, that mission spans both continuous integration and continuous deployment platforms that are subsets of CD.

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