Quest Software releases new version of data integration solution SharePlex

Quest Software is giving teams that need to manage their heterogeneous database ecosystem new features to its real-time data integration solution. The company released SharePlex v9, with added support for Microsoft SQL Server, and one single solution across both Oracle and SQL Server databases with no vendor lock-in for database administrators (DBAs). According to Greg … continue reading

Tech startups partner to offset their carbon footprint for Earth Day

Earth Day is a day for environmental and climate literacy, not only for individuals of this planet, but for big technology companies and startups, too. That’s why a few organizations are partnering with Segment to calculate how to offset their carbon footprint, taking action so they can protect the environment for years to come. On … continue reading

Puppet adds high availability to platform

Puppet use has been growing in enterprises, with the provisioning tool now being used inside 75% of the Fortune 100. But there’s one thing that Puppet hasn’t offered that enterprises consider an absolute must: high availability (HA). That changed today as the company released Puppet 2016.5. This update gives the Puppet platform a verifiable high-availability … continue reading

Android 7.1 Developer Preview, Julia 0.5, and Cloud Migration Service from Logicworks—SD Times news digest: Oct. 12, 2016

Android is revealing Android 7.1 Nougat with its Developer Preview, including features for consumers and developers. The Developer Preview itself is available later this month, similar to what the Android team did with Android 7.0. Android 7.1 will have features for Daydream VR support, A/B system updates to app shortcuts, and image keyboard support. New capabilities for … continue reading

ScaleFT, Packet, CoreOS create server sharing experiment for developers

Sharing servers can be as easy as sharing pictures and videos on social media platforms. ScaleFT, Packet, and CoreOS have joined together to show developers just how easy this is, allowing them to log into a cloud server as they would with other applications. The organizations launched a sharing server experiment on August 7, International Friends … continue reading

GitHub rolls out DGit to stop downtime of repositories

GitHub wants to be able to maintain the performance and reliability of its storage system, so it introduced DGit, a storage system that is designed to keep repositories fully available without interruption even if one of the servers goes down. DGit stands for “Distributed Git.” Git itself is distributed, so any copy of a Git … continue reading

Codenvy server reaches general availability

Codenvy, the browser-based IDE and workspace server, reached general availability today. The update comes shortly after a major update to the workspace server project, Eclipse Che, upon which Codenvy is based. “Codenvy is the first enterprise offering based on Eclipse Che that empowers anyone, anywhere to contribute to any project without having to install software,” … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Touchdowns in Tech

The countdown to Super Bowl 50 has begun. If you are like other sports-loving Americans, you’re probably ironing your jersey, ordering a platter of wings, and inviting all your friends over to shotgun some six packs. If you’re like me, you’re flipping channels to find Animal Planet and waiting for the Puppy Bowl to begin … continue reading

Oracle’s charge into the cloud creates fear of lock-in

Larry Ellison, Oracle’s executive chairman and CTO, said on Sunday at Oracle OpenWorld that the cloud, in general, was still in its infancy. To that end, he introduced several cloud product offerings, from Docker hosting to data hosting, to supply chain and more. There’s just one problem: Few people at the show seemed at all … continue reading

‘Silicon Valley’ Season 2, Episode 5: Heavy sits the crown

Richard has night sweats. Bad ones. The Pied Piper CEO is a ball of frantic nervous energy, deciding on half a dozen new hires, choosing expensive new office space, dealing with an overbearing investor and developing a working beta in time for the Consumer Electronics Show in January. “Every moment there’s a new issue to … continue reading

Distelli brings AWS-style server deployment to the masses

The rise of cloud computing platforms forces developers to contend with managing hundreds of virtualized servers at a time. But one startup wants to make deployment as simple and ubiquitous a process as third-party and open-source tools have rendered writing and building code. Distelli is an agent-based SaaS platform that downloads to any kind of … continue reading

Microsoft is the new Sun Microsystems

We told you earlier this year that Microsoft was planning to open up its .NET platform with a foundation and multiple open-source projects. The arrival of this project was yesterday, thanks to Microsoft’s release of a preview version of Visual Studio 2015. Also in there was news of Visual Studio Community 2013, a free version … continue reading

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