AWS has released a serverless framework, Docker released version 1.12, and Google shows of its machine learning capabilities with energy efficiency.
LambCI is a CI tool running on Lambda, and Facebook announced OpenCellular.
Google's educational efforts and the underlying Cast functionality, etcd3 and its switch to using gRPC, and AWS opens up its Mumbai region which makes me go on a slight tangent about the differences between regions.
Dockercon is over, but it brought a lot of really interesting things that I'm taking a look at today. I can't cover everything in this short note though, so I recommend that you take a look at the Docker blog for anything else. I'll also take a brief look at Chef's new Habitat tool.
Apple's WWDC introduced new options for Siri and I'll take a look at how that compares to the rest of the voice assistant world. Also, a brief look at Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn.
App Store subscriptions are an interesting thing and I have some ideas about where this could (but probably won't) go, and I decided to give my opinion about Apple Pay as well now that I've got it.
A new tool for online development, AWS outage, and AWS' interpretation of DevOps.
Some additional thoughts on Bitbucket's Pipelines, a new interface for Jenkins, and the happy result of the Oracle v Google lawsuit.
Google held it's I/O conference last week, and there was quite a lot of interesting things in there. That means this note is going to be mainly focused on that with some related links thrown in for fun.
Amazon introduced their IoT button, Wercker released a new way of working using workflows, and the EFF announced Certbot.