Week 25 - Issue #84
HashiCorp Vault 1.11 has been released, focusing on improving Vault's core workflows and making key features production-ready.
-New features include a Kubernetes secrets engine, improved usability for the KV secrets engine, support for the PKI engine for non-disruptive rotation, and the ability to bring your key (BYOK) for Transit.
-HashiCorp Vault Enterprise 1.10 has been evaluated as conformant with the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 standards.
GitHub Copilot is an AI pair programmer that helps you write code. It's available to all developers for $10/month and free for students and maintainers of popular open-source projects.
Samsung is working with Red Hat on new memory technologies compatible with Linux. In addition, they are hoping to improve the Linux kernel so that it can better handle the demands of the metaverse.
Amazon launches CodeWhisperer, a GitHub Copilot-like AI pair programming tool now available in preview as part of the AWS IDE Toolkit. CodeWhisperer is trained on billions of lines of code, including Amazon's codebase, and can autocomplete entire functions based on only a comment or a few keystrokes.
Docker can be used on Apple's M1 chip, but not all applications are compatible. There is a 'temporary' solution called Rosetta. To get started, download and install Docker Desktop, create two files in your project - Dockerfile and docker-compose.yml. Install dependencies and compose-up.