Black Duck Names Open Source Rookies of the Year

Black Duck Names Open Source Rookies of the Year

Black Duck Software has announced its annual list of “Open Source Rookies of the Year,” a set of new open source projects that the company believes are particularly noteworthy. This year’s list includes several entries related to container technology, development and cloud computing. Here’s the list:

  • “cAdvisor ? analyzes resource usage and performance characteristics of running containers.
  • CockroachDB ? a scalable, geo-replicated, transactional datastore.
  • CodeCombat ? a multiplayer programming game for learning how to code.
  • DebOps ? a collection of Ansible playbooks and roles, scalable from one container to an entire data center.
  • IPFS ? a global, versioned, peer-to-peer file system.
  • Kubernetes ? an open source container cluster manager used to accelerate development and simplify operations.
  • Neovim ? the Vim text editor has been loved by a generation of users. Neovim is the next generation.
  • OpenBazaar ? a decentralized marketplace for instantly trading with anyone using Bitcoin.
  • Storj ? based on blockchain technology and peer-to-peer protocols, Storj provides the most secure, private, and encrypted cloud storage.
  • ? a tool for building, changing, and combining infrastructure safely and efficiently.
  • Honorable Mentions: Drone-Ci, a Continuous Integration platform built on Docker and written in Go, and Docker Fig, which provides fast, isolated development environments using Docker.”

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