Apache Ignite 2.7 adds new integration with TensorFlow’s deep learning framework

Apache Ignite 2.7 is adding new deep learning and extended languages support with the announcement of its TensorFlow integration and support for Node.js, Python and PHP. Ignite is a distributed database, caching and processing platform for transactional, analytical and streaming workloads. TensorFlow is an open-source software library for deep learning and machine learning tasks. The … continue reading

Cyara brings DevOps to customer experience solution

Customer experience (CX) assurance platform provider Cyara wants to help businesses improve the speed and quality of their development, testing and production teams with the announcement of new DevOps integration. According to the company, the new features will enable businesses to increase their automation initiatives and provide an Agile approach to CX design and management. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Keystore, Flexera and MachineShop’s technology alliance, and Clarity

Google announced new security updates to its Android Pie Keystore. The Keystore provides cryptographic tools for securing user data. “Keystore moves the cryptographic primitives available in software libraries out of the Android OS and into secure hardware. Keys are protected and used only within the secure hardware to protect application secrets from various forms of … continue reading

Report: DevOps is causing chaos for enterprises

Initiatives like DevOps and Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) were designed to bring development and operations teams together to deliver better software. However, a recent report has found the shared accountability these initiatives promote is actually causing problems. OverOps’ Dev vs. Ops: The State of Accountability report found DevOps is creating chaos and confusion when it … continue reading

Java 12 to drop raw string literals

The JDK Enhancement Proposals (JEP) team is proposing they drop raw string literals from version 12 of the Java programming language. According to the JEP, “a raw string literal can span multiple lines of source code and does not interpret escape sequences, such as \n, or Unicode escapes, of the form \uXXXX.” The goal for … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub Status Site, Postman’s support for OpenAPI 3.0 and Firefox 64

GitHub has announced a new GitHub status page to enable developers, team and businesses to get up-to-date information about incidents and component statuses. “From our perspective, reliability can be defined by three questions: is the product available, how well does the product recover from failure, and how performant is the product as it evolves over … continue reading

MongoDB unveils native data visualization tool

In an effort to remove the technical barriers to data visualization, MongoDB has announced the beta release of MongoDB Charts, a native data visualization tool. MongoDB Charts will be apart of MongoDB Atlas, the company’s database-as-a-service. According to the company, MongoDB Charts eliminates the need to worry about code, tools, data movement or data duplication … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Kong Enterprise 0.34, GitHub Learning Lab, and Google+

API platform provider Kong has announced the latest release of its enterprise solution, Kong Enterprise 0.34. According to the company, this is the most feature-rich release to date with new features and updates as well as minor fixes. The latest release includes an update to Kong Manager with improved UI, a new navigation system, enhanced … continue reading

GitLab partners with TriggerMesh to deliver GitLab Serverless

GitLab is bringing serverless capabilities to its DevOps solution with the release of GitLab Serverless. This new solution was delivered in partnership with the multi-cloud serverless management platform provider TriggerMesh.   “The TriggerMesh founders have deep expertise in serverless. Sebastien Goasguen has been at the forefront of the technology since the very beginning. We found … continue reading

Trello brings automation to the workspace with Butler

Atlassian’s project management application solution Trello is adding automation to its toolbelt with the latest acquisition of Butler. According to Trello, Butler will bring automation across Trello boards with new rules, commands and custom buttons. “With tools like iOS Shortcuts, Zapier, and personal assistants such as Alexa and Siri, many people have experienced the value … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google’s security warning, Stack Decisions, and Git 2.20

Google is notifying developers about an ongoing investigation, and applications and SDKs that may be at risk for abuse. The company revealed last week two apps were removed from the Google Play Store because of evidence of attribution abuse. The company also found abuse in three ad network SDKs and have began contacting developers using … continue reading

Rust team releases Rust 2018, plans for Rust 2019

The Rust programming language team has announced the first major edition of Rust since 1.0 was released in 2015. Rust is a Mozilla-backed systems programming language focused on safety and concurrency. The 2018 version of the language is a culmination of the past three years, according to the team. It includes improvements to tooling, documentation, … continue reading

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