Article: Swiss Green Fintech Network Launches the First Action Plan

Innovation, Open Space

Swiss Green Fintech Network Launches the First Action Plan

F10 collaborates with a diverse group of stakeholders from academia, tech and venture capital in the Green Fintech Action Plan. This plan aims to support the Swiss government and the financial services industry in better understanding how a global leadership position in Sustainable Finance can be achieved by leveraging Green Fintech solutions.

F10 joined the Green Fintech Network initiated by State Secretary for International Finance (SIF) in November 2020, and since then has collaborated in drafting a broad set of recommendations to improve framework conditions for Green Fintech in Switzerland, suggesting concrete actions and supporting their implementation.

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Article: Equinix’s Tinkerbell is a bare metal provisioning pixie

Hardware, Materials, Open Manufacturing

Equinix’s Tinkerbell is a bare metal provisioning pixie

Article: Interoperability groups team up for open source healthcare developer sandbox

Open Software, Open Source

Interoperability groups team up for open source healthcare developer sandbox

InterOp.Community – a joint project of the Interoperability Institute, IHE USA, Interopion and Red Hat – aims to advance health information sharing via open platforms and open source software. A quartet of interoperability standards groups and technology developers are joining forces to encourage open source approaches to healthcare interoperability.

InterOp.Community – a new venture of the Interoperability Institute, Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise USA, Interopion and Red Hat – will offer a developer sandbox to spur use of open platforms for health data exchange.

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Article: Replicated Releases Open-Source Alert Tool to Support Compliance, Security in Kubernetes Clusters

Open Software, Open Source

Replicated Releases Open-Source Alert Tool to Support Compliance, Security in Kubernetes Clusters

Replicated today released its open source image version alert tool, called Outdated, to help cluster admins and operators actively determine if they’re running the latest versions of container images and ensure a higher level of security and compliance. While there are other tools on the market that support similar actions, Outdated is the first standardized tool that will automatically tell customers when there’s a container image update they need to install.

“Instead of just deploying the latest version in a cluster, we determined the best solution is to always pin a specific version so you get reproducible deployments, and then you can decide what you want to do next,” said Marc Campbell, CTO at Replicated.

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