ScaleArc: eCommerce retailers should start preparing for the holiday season now

It may seem like it’s too early to think about the holiday season, but ScaleArc’s recent survey reveals many Americans are already anticipating popular retailers to have website outages during the 2017 shopping season. In order to help retailers prepare for extreme scalability and continuous IT operations during this time, ScaleArc has already released its … continue reading

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Chef extends automation solutions with capabilities for cloud-native, container-first architectures

Chef is showing off its investment in continuous automation throughout the enterprise at this year’s ChefConf 2017. The company announced several new capabilities and updates to its automation platforms, which will allow enterprises to make the transition to cloud-native and container-first environments. The changing software architecture landscape leads companies to consider adopting cloud-native environments or … continue reading

Guest View: Jobs-as-Code: Automation lets developers deliver better software, faster

In DevOps workflows, automation saves time, conserves resources, reduces errors and ensures consistency. Despite this, developers continue to ignore the existence of world-class workflow automation and job scheduling solutions and instead rely on a variety of simple tools to code jobs as they build apps. Since neither these tools nor the developers adhere to the … continue reading

Flexera’s new solution embeds open-source security scanning in development build process

Flexera is reimagining its software supply chain safety by embedding open-source security directly into the software development build process. In order to keep the software supply chain secure, the company announced its new FlexNet Code Aware product, which is an automated, open-source risk assessment and package discovery solution that lets developers quickly scan products for … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Picking the strongest product partner

When HP split into HPE and HP Inc. the smart money seemed to be on HPE. That was where the CEO that architected the deal was and were most of the growth seemed to be largely because “everyone” knew that PCs were dead. But HP has been growing the laptop computer and printer segment significantly … continue reading

Bundled security and governance solutions help organizations quickly get started to meet GDPR deadline

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Software today announced the availability of a GDPR Starter Kit, which helps organizations take a critical first step in preparing for the European Union’s looming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This bundled set of software solutions assists organizations to automatically identify, classify, and take action to secure information that falls under … continue reading

Nutanix extends customer choice with new hardware options and cloud-like consumption model

Nutanix®, a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced that its Enterprise Cloud Platform™ software will be available as a term-based license for deployment on Hewlett Packard Enterprises® (HPE) ProLiant® rackmount servers and Cisco UCS® B-series blade servers, adding to previously announced support for the Cisco UCS C-series platform. With this announcement, Nutanix is responding … continue reading

Red Hat unveils new developer productivity innovations at Summit

Red Hat today reveals several new features designed to boost developer productivity while giving them the tools they require to build next-generation applications for modern software and infrastructure architectures. The company introduced OpenShift.io, a development environment service for building cloud-native applications. Teams using OpenShift.io can work together to assign work and create applications built with … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Speed Release and Empower Others

Getting great software products to market quickly is tough when there’s no way to get timely feedback from all stakeholders.  Once a product has been released in beta or in production, features may not perform as they’re supposed to, and there’s no easy way to customize who gets access to which features at a granular … continue reading

Flexera: Ensure Safe, Secure Software Products

Software developers use a lot of third-party software today, much of which is open source.  As software designs continue to become more modular, the use of third-party software is increasing.  As a result, software is becoming more difficult to understand, even by the people who built it, which enables licensing and security risks to creep … continue reading

Instrumentation: Embracing software without compromising security

Companies face a terrible choice. Either transform their business into software and accept rampant vulnerabilities and breaches, or lose the innovation race with their competitors. Companies always choose software – there will be 111 billion lines of new code written in 2017, according to a Cybersecurity Ventures report. And our traditional approaches simply aren’t anywhere … continue reading

Black Duck audit highlights risk of open-source security vulnerabilities

Black Duck, a company that serves up information about the latest security vulnerabilities on open source components, released its 2017 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis (OSSRA) today. The OSSRA revealed significant risks related to open-source vulnerabilities and license-compliance challenges, as well as high levels of risk in the retail and ecommerce industry. According to … continue reading

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