MariaDB Now Available in Bitnami

We are pleased to announce the release of MariaDB in Bitnami! MariaDB is a fully community-supported, 100% open source fork of MySQL. It is one of the most widely used SQL databases in the world, and Bitnami has been including it in the stack for a number of applications for years. Responding to popular demand, we have now published a standalone MariaDB server that you can launch in the cloud, in the datacenter, or on your local machine! Bitnami has put together a detailed set of documents ... Read more

July 24, 2017

Security Release: GitLab 9.3.8

[Update 2017-07-21] GitLab 9.3.8 was affected by an infinite loop bug with the mudge/re2 library. The GitLab project released GitLab 9.3.9 that solves that issue. Bitnami GitLab 9.3.9 virtual machines and cloud images are already available in Bitnami. ---- The GitLab project released a new update that contains several security fixes, including an important security fix for two authorization bypass vulnerabilities (post-authentication). We recommend that all GitLab installations be upgrade... Read more

July 20, 2017

Meet the Bitnami team: Simon Bennett

The Bitnami team is a diverse group of talented people distributed all over the world. Get to know them better through this series of blog posts. Simon Bennett is our VP of Product, leading our product vision, engaging with customers and helping the engineering team deliver awesome product to our customers. A brief bio I originally hail from the UK where I studied computer science and began my professional career working on projects in retail, financial services and a long-extinct... Read more

July 19, 2017

Switching the Bitnami Launchpad for Microsoft Azure from Classic Deployment to ARM Deployments

Two weeks ago, the new Bitnami Launchpad for Microsoft Azure was made available to new Bitnami users.  The new Bitnami Launchpad for Microsoft Azure is based on the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) deployment model. For existing users, they were still redirected to the previous version of the Bitnami Launchpad for Microsoft Azure, which uses the classic Azure deployment model.Although the web interface and the user experience for these two versions of the Bitnami Launchpad for Microsoft Azure are... Read more

July 14, 2017

Security Release: Jenkins plugins vulnerabilities

The Jenkins project has published a security advisory due to some plugins vulnerabilities. These are the affected plugins: Docker Commons Plugin up to and including version 1.7 Git Plugin up to and including version 3.3.1 and 2.4.0-beta-1 GitHub Branch Source Plugin up to and including version 2.0.7 and 2.2.0-beta-1 Parameterized Trigger Plugin up to and including version 2.34 Periodic Backup Plugin up to and including version 1.4 Pipeline: Build Step Plugin up to and including version 2.5 Pi... Read more

July 13, 2017

Meet the Bitnami Team: Michael Nelson

The Bitnami team is a diverse group of talented people distributed all over the world. Get to know them better through this series of blog posts. Michael is a Senior Engineer on the Tools team, and works remotely from Australia. Michael working from one of his favorite view points A brief bio I love learning from others and helping people learn - whether it's technology, science or otherwise. I came originally from a computer science and physics background and have been engineering ... Read more

July 13, 2017

Meet the Bitnami Team: Bridget McErlean

The Bitnami team is a diverse group of talented people distributed all over the world. Get to know them better through this series of blog posts. Bridget is an Engineer on the Tools team, and works remotely from Bristol in the UK. Bridget enjoying a hike in Yosemite   A brief bio I grew up Northern Ireland and moved to Bristol in 2007 to study Computer Science. I had been interested in computers and technology from a young age but I actually didn't start programming until I started m... Read more

July 5, 2017

Security Release: Joomla! 3.7.3

Joomla!'s newest version, 3.7.3, is now published and available to address the following security vulnerabilities and bug issues:     * Information Disclosure (affecting Joomla 1.7.3-3.7.2)     * XSS Vulnerability (affecting Joomla 1.7.3-3.7.2)     * XSS Vulnerability (affecting Joomla 1.5.0-3.6.5) You can find more information in regards to version 3.7.3 and the recent security issues this version addresses within in this Joomla! blog post. The Joomla! team strongly encourages all the use... Read more

July 5, 2017

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