LogiGear’s in-depth look at DevOps and CD, appOrbit emerges, and Comodo’s EDR solution — SD Times news digest: June 26, 2017

LogiGear announced new continuous delivery findings as part of its software industry survey series designed to assess the state of software testing. This is the second survey in the four-part series. The survey on DevOps, and found most known pain points of transitioning to DevOps involves getting groups that don’t naturally work well together to have the … continue reading

A guide to continuous integration and delivery tools

CA Technologies: Comprised of the CA Application Test, CA Mobile Cloud, CA Release Automation and CA Service Virtualization solutions, the CA Continuous Delivery product portfolio addresses the wide range of capabilities (from pre-production to release) necessary to compete in today’s evolving digital economy. CA’s highly flexible, integrated solutions allow organizations to fully embrace the evolving … continue reading

JFrog acquires CloudMunch to drive DevOps offerings

As a way to expand on its DevOps product offerings for developers, JFrog will acquire CloudMunch, a DevOps intelligence platform. According to the company, JFrog is welcoming the entire CloudMunch company to JFrog, including CloudMunch’s teams in the Seattle and Washington area, along with Bangalore, India. CloudMunch, known for its full stack intelligence solution CloudMunch … continue reading

What continuous integration/delivery challenges does your company’s solution solve?

XebiaLabs’ Tim Buntel, Rogue Wave’s Rod Cope, HPE’s John Jeremiah, CA’s Stephen Feloney, Tasktop’s Nicole Bryan, and CollabNet’s Thomas Hooker make a case for their company’s continuous integration and delivery solutions. Tim Buntel, vice president of products at XebiaLabs: For small companies or greenfield projects where you’re starting from scratch or you’re working with one … continue reading

Getting an end-to-end perspective with continuous integration and delivery

Velocity. Quality. Traceability. Scaleability. For companies, it’s these characteristics that form the definition of “DevOps.” But it doesn’t stop there; doing DevOps right also means considering the processes, the culture, and the tools to deliver software and solutions for today’s value-hungry customers. And it still doesn’t stop there, because DevOps is all about having end-to-end … continue reading

Crisis mode: What developers should do when they discover an error

What’s the first thing emergency personnel ask a group of people to do in the midst of a crisis? Remain calm. For developers that discover an issue or exploit in their applications, staying calm and assessing the situation is definitely a good place to start, but determining the level of severity will really determine what … continue reading

CircleCI

CircleCI takes on modern development workflows

CircleCI, a continuous integration and delivery platform provider, is embracing microservices and service oriented architectures in its latest release. The company announced a new Workflows feature as part of its CircleCI 2.0 release. CircleCI 2.0 is the company’s recent build execution release that supports the latest updates around Docker and software architectures. It provides faster … continue reading

Deployment strategies with Spinnaker

Google releases open-source platform Spinnaker 1.0

Google is giving the open-source community another tool for continuous delivery and cloud deployments. This week, Google released Spinnaker 1.0, an open-source multi-cloud continuous delivery platform, which companies can use for fast, safe and repeatable deployments in production. Back in November 2015, Netflix and Google collaborated to bring Spinnaker, a release management platform, to the … continue reading

Why SCM is crucial to a developer’s workflow

The best way to understand version control is to imagine it as saving changes in a Microsoft document or a document in Google Docs. Think of the code as a text file, and then imagine going into the document and looking at the revision history to see all of the different changes, when people made … continue reading

SnapLogic Integration Assistant, Heroku CI, Sencha Test 2.1 — SD Times news digest: May 19, 2017

SnapLogic is turning to artificial intelligence in its Spring 2017 release. The new AI feature is designed to reduce the time and cost of cloud, analytics and digital transformation initiatives. The SnapLogic Integration Assistant is a recommendation engine that uses machine learning to provide users with step-by-step guidance for building data pipelines. Other features in … continue reading

Atlassian expands products with more support for enterprise DevOps practices

Atlassian is reinforcing the flexibility of its deployment options with several new updates. This includes advancements to its self-hosted products, tighter integrations, and a new feature in Bamboo 6.0. At Atlasssian’s first end-user conference in Europe today, the company announced that its suite of self-hosted products and all major platforms are available in Data Center … continue reading

IBM expands Bluemix OpenWhisk, Red Hat JBoss AMQ 7, and Sauce Labs’ Real Device Cloud — SD Times news digest: April 27, 2017

IBM is expanding Bluemix OpenWhisk, its open serverless computing platform, so developers can quickly connect data to serverless apps. Expanding OpenWhisk lets developers expose serverless actions as secure and controlled APIs on the cloud, according to IBM. OpenWhisk’s expanded user experience will track and analyze usage data for each serverless action to let developers and … continue reading

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