Open Source

Sponsorship of the JupyterCon 2020: sharing values and supporting with infrastructure

Sponsorship of the JupyterCon 2020: sharing values and supporting with infrastructure

Echoing yesterday’s announcement on the Jupyter blog, OVHcloud is proud to support JupyterCon as platinum sponsor and infrastructure donor. As you probably know, Jupyter has been a huge enabler of the programming community, with over 140 Kernels supported such as Python, R, Julia, Spark, Sas, Haskell, Ruby, C++, Go, etc… The Jupyter Project embodies open and collaborative …

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Celebrating Harbor joining the restricted list of CNCF Graduated projects

Celebrating Harbor joining the restricted list of CNCF Graduated projects

A couple of months ago, one year after the general availability of our Managed Kubernetes Service, we launched Managed Private Registry service. We shared in a previous blog post why we chose to base it on the CNCF Harbor project . Two OVHcloud employees became project maintainers. We now have a new event to celebrate: …

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Journey to next-gen Ceph storage at OVHcloud with LXD

Introduction My name is Filip Dorosz. I’ve been working at OVHcloud since 2017 as a DevOps Engineer. Today I want to tell you a story of how we deployed next-gen Ceph at OVHcloud. But first, a few words about Ceph: Ceph is a software defined storage solution that powers OVHcloud’s additional Public Cloud volumes as …

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Interpretability Engine: An open-source tool to interpret your models in ML Serving

Context Artificial Intelligence is now a part of our daily life and the services it provides continue to flourish in multiple industries. At OVHCloud, we have recently launched ML Serving; a service to deploy Machine Learning models, ready to use in production. Its likely you’ve read some articles relating to Machine Learning (ML) techniques or …

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BigBlueButton

During the Covid-19 crisis, OVHcloud has been careful to maintain close contact with schools and universities and continue to support them. We have always taken action to share our insights and opportunities with students at job fairs, career meetings, technology showcases, and practical seminars. As part of this initiative, OVHcloud offer vouchers to schools and …

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Pimp my Makefile

To avoid repeating yourself, it is good practice to put all tasks that you might run twice somewhere in your project. A Makefile is the perfect place and is also an executable documentation: instead of documenting the build process, you should write it in a build target. Make is almost everywhere – either installed, or …

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Announcing Kafka-on-Pulsar: bring native Kafka protocol support to Apache Pulsar

This post has been published on both the StreamNative and OVHcloud blogs and was co-authored by Sijie Guo, Jia Zhai and Pierre Zemb. Thanks Horacio Gonzalez for the illustrations! We are excited to announce that StreamNative and OVHcloud are open-sourcing “Kafka on Pulsar” (KoP).  KoP brings the native Apache Kafka protocol support to Apache Pulsar …

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Managing Harbor at cloud scale : The story behind Harbor Kubernetes Operator

Recently, our container platforms team made our “Private Managed Registry” service generally available. In this blog post, we will explain why OVHcloud chose to base this service on the Harbor project, built a Kubernetes operator for it, and open sourced it under the CNCF goharbor project. The need for a S.M.A.R.T private registry After our …

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Celery Director

Introducing Director – a tool to build your Celery workflows

As developers, we often need to execute tasks in the background. Fortunately, some tools already exist for this. In the Python ecosystem, for instance, the most well-known library is Celery. If you have already used it, you know how great it is! But you will also have probably discovered how complicated it can be to …

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