We’re very happy to announce a new member of the Project Syn family: the new Commodore Components Hub. This is the new central point of reference and information for all Commodore components available in GitHub.
We are absolutely thrilled that Tobias Brunner was invited to hold a lightning talk aboput Project Syn at the Crossplane Community Day. Tobias will be sharing the stage with Bassam Tabbara CEO Upbound, Kelsey Hightower Developer Advocate Google, Joe Beda Principal Engineer VMware and many more.
Our Project Syn is one of six projects shortlisted for the DINAcon Awards 2020. With the DINAcon Awards, open projects of communities, companies, administrations, organizations and individuals are honored each year at the digital DINAcon conference.
Without further ado, we’re announcing the release 0.2 of the Project Syn tools. Since the first public release mid-March this year (read more about it in First Pre-Release of Project Syn Tools) we used the tools on a daily basis, in particular for the development of our new product “VSHN Syn Support”. And of course we have incorporated all of that experience in the source code. The main features are now in place, and are getting better and better on a daily basis.
One of the most common questions we got from companies moving to Kubernetes has always had to do with backups: how can we ensure that the information in our pods and services can be quickly and safely restored in case of problems? This situation is so common that we VSHN decided to tackle it with our own Kubernetes operator for backups, which we called K8up.
VSHN is proud to announce a partnership with Crossplane. Zurich, Nov 21, 2019: VSHN is proud to announce a strategic partnership with Crossplane.io for Project Syn – VSHNs next generation Managed Services framework.