GitLab gets a native integration with Google’s Kubernetes Engine

GitLab, one of the most popular self-hosted Git services, has been on a bit of a roll lately. Barely two weeks after launching its integration with GitHub, the company today announced that developers on its platform can now automatically spin up a cluster on Google’s Kubernetes Engine (GKE) and deploy their applications to it with just a few clicks.
To build this feature, the company collaborated with Google, but this integration also makes extensive use of GitLab’s existing Auto DevOps tool, which already offers similar functionality for working with containers. Auto DevOps aims to take all the grunt work out of setting up CI/CD pipelines and deploying to containers.
“Before the GKE integration, GitLab users needed an in-depth understanding of Kubernetes to manage their own clusters,” said GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij in today’s announcement. “With this collaboration, we’ve made it simple for our users to set up a managed deployment environment on [Google Cloud


Original URL: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Techcrunch/~3/M2iUZthxK1E/

Original article

Microsoft Modifies Open-Source Code, Blows Hole In Windows Defender

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Register: A remote-code execution vulnerability in Windows Defender — a flaw that can be exploited by malicious .rar files to run malware on PCs — has been traced back to an open-source archiving tool Microsoft adopted for its own use. The bug, CVE-2018-0986, was patched on Tuesday in the latest version of the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine (1.1.14700.5) in Windows Defender, Security Essentials, Exchange Server, Forefront Endpoint Protection, and Intune Endpoint Protection. This update should be installed, or may have been automatically installed already on your device. The vulnerability can be leveraged by an attacker to achieve remote code execution on a victim’s machine simply by getting the mark to download — via a webpage or email or similar — a specially crafted .rar file while the anti-malware engine’s scanning feature is on. In many cases, this analysis set to happen automatically.


Original URL: http://rss.slashdot.org/~r/Slashdot/slashdot/~3/O8FesZXLK4E/microsoft-modifies-open-source-code-blows-hole-in-windows-defender

Original article

Proudly powered by WordPress | Theme: Baskerville 2 by Anders Noren.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: