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DevOps Enterprise Summit bashes silos

The DevOps Enterprise Summit, taking place this week in San Francisco, hosted talks from a variety of large businesses describing their trials and tribulations with merging their development and operations teams. The conference, which is sponsored by Electric Cloud, hosted talks from companies like Disney, GE, and Ticketmaster. Steve Brodie, CEO of Electric Cloud, said … continue reading

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Intel goes INDE

Intel yesterday announced the availability of its new INDE suite of cross-platform development tools. INDE stands for the Integrated Native Development Environment, and the suite includes tools for working in C++ and Java. INDE is available in three flavors, which range from free up to $799. Jeff McVeigh, general manager of performance client and visual … continue reading

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Salesforce enters mobile app development, analytics market

In a conference headlined with names like Hillary Clinton, the Beach Boys, Cake, Bruno Mars and Bono, you could be forgiven for mistaking Dreamforce for some sort of whacky business-themed music festival. Instead, it’s simply the way Salesforce decided to get attendees excited about their newest announcements: a new analytics platform and Lightning, a rapid … continue reading

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AMD appoints new CEO

Rory Read is out; Dr. Lisa Su is in. AMD announced a shake-up at the top yesterday in a surprise announcement that CEO Read would be replaced by Su, formerly AMD’s COO. Despite the abruptness of the announcement, however, Read stated that he had been preparing a successor since he first began running AMD three … continue reading

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Dynatrace heads out on its own

Compuware was purchased by private equity firm Thomas Bravo in September, and already that move to take the company private has yielded the unleashing of Dynatrace. Previously only the name of a tool, the moniker now represents the entire Compuware line of application performance monitoring tools. New name in hand, Dynatrace hosted the Perform Global … continue reading

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Docker acquires Koality

Docker is putting its investment capital to good use with today’s acquisition/hiring of Koality. The move, while based on the quality of the team at Koality, is not intended to bring continuous integration products to Docker, however. Instead, the Koality team will be rebuilding Docker Hub for behind-the-firewall deployments at enterprises. Before the acquisition, Koality … continue reading

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HP’s splitting of units long overdue

The time has come for HP to roll out the axes and chop itself up into smaller units again. The last time this happened was in 1999 when the real HP, the portion of the company dedicated to measurement instruments, was spun off as Agilent Technologies. Funny, as about that same time, HP was buying … continue reading

JavaOne talks outline the state of the platform

The clear focus of this year’s JavaOne, going on this week in San Francisco, is the community around Java and the state of the platform. To this end, Patrick Curran, chair of the Java Community Process, described a number of initiatives ongoing within the JCP, which he hopes will open the group to more participation … continue reading

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The Amazonian apocalypse

Were you Left Behind? Did your company experience some Fallout? Are a Boy and His Dog all that’s left in your IT department this morning because all your admins were up until 2 a.m. every day this weekend rebooting Amazon images? You were not alone. This weekend, Amazon pushed all of its users through the … continue reading

Eclipse goes for the Internet of Things

The Eclipse Foundation today announced its Internet of Things (IoT) projects, making them available online. The projects range from development helpers to server-side frameworks for dealing with the numerous different standards and proprietary protocols that exist in the IoT. Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, said that “We’ve led quite a few projects … continue reading

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SynthOS says it’s the non-OS embedded OS

Embedded developers now have a new option when choosing operating systems: no OS. SynthOS is a free-to-use service that builds C code specifically designed to handle all the operating system tasks an embedded developer encounters. Embedded developers can upload their code and have it returned with a complete set of C that handles mutexes and … continue reading

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Java EE 8 components approved by JCP

JSR 366 has been approved. In layman’s terms, that means the various pieces and projects that were planned for release in Java EE 8 have been set in stone and readied for development. JSR 366 is the blanket Java Specification Request for the Java EE 8 platform, but the plan for EE 8 includes many … continue reading

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