As the "new guy" here at Cloudsmith (I was named CEO in August), I'm learning more every day about how customers use us to protect their software supply chains. We're doing everything we can to give you a single source of truth for every artifact - whether it's an open source package, a Docker container, a Linux image - that enters your software supply chain, and everything that you produce on the other side.
The holiday season is here and it’s time for everyone’s favorite guessing game: predictions for next year. It’s an interesting one this year because there are a lot of dynamics to consider, and trying to dial in on just a few is a slight to many other topics. Geopolitics, regional economic recessions — these are covered in a wide variety of industry publications, and I’ll yield the floor to them this year.
For anyone involved in software development, the “infinity loop” is synonymous with DevOps — and rightfully so. We know that software is rarely in a static state for very long. Continuous updates are required to meet the demands of users and to deliver more value, faster than the competition.