Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd passes at 62

Mark Hurd, Oracle’s co-CEO since 2014, died yesterday at the age of 62. Hurd and Safra Catz  replaced Larry Ellison as CEOs, who stepped down to executive chairman and chief technology officer.  In a statement on Hurd’s personal website, Ellison wrote: “It is with a profound sense of sadness and loss that I tell everyone … continue reading

Atlassian acquires Automation for Jira provider Code Barrel

Atlassian has announced it is acquiring the Automation for Jira makers Code Barrel. According to the company, Automation for Jira is a top selling Atlassian Marketplace app with a 6,000 and growing customer base who are executing more than 40 million automation rules a month.  “We are as ever, committed to our mission to create … continue reading

Zoho launches full-stack serverless developer platform

In an effort to help developers build and deploy serverless applications at scale, Zoho Corporation is launching a new full-stack serverless platform. Catalyst is designed to deploy apps and microservices at scale while reducing time and costs. According to the company, developers are too often bogged down dealing with provisioning, monitoring, scaling, patching, logging and … continue reading

Delta Lake project joins the Linux Foundation as open data lakes standard

Databricks has announced it is donating its open-source data lakes project to the Linux Foundation. Delta Lake is designed to improve the reliability, quality and performance of data lakes.  Databricks first announced the project in April. “Today, nearly every company has a data lake they are trying to gain insights from, but data lakes have … continue reading

Melissa updates enterprise data quality platform with wizard-based matching interface

Melissa has announced new updates to its customer data verification solution Unison. Unison is a browser-based data cleaning and reporting solution designed to help data stewards create and maintain data quality without any programming knowledge.  New features include a wizard-based matching interface, fuzzy match scoring, and improved reporting.  “Our existing MatchUp deduplication software is known … continue reading

MuleSoft releases Anypoint Service Mesh

Integration platform provider MuleSoft is the latest company to release its own service mesh. The company announced the Anypoint Service Mesh for discovering, managing and securing microservices.  In the last couple of months, Kong has open sourced its universal service mesh Kuma, and Red Hat released the OpenShift Service Mesh.  RELATED CONTENT: Simplifying microservices with … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Bazel 1.0, Automation Anywhere’s RPA as a Service, and new Udacity scholarships

The open-source project for building and testing software quickly and reliably has reached a milestone 1.0 release. Bazel 1.0 features new genrule support, default exec_properties for all rules, gRPC connections with default TLS enabled, aapt2, fixed Windows path issues, and C++ and Java improvements.  Bazel is also available in Angular as an opt-in preview in … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: ABAP SDK for IBM Watson

IBM has announced that the ABAP SDK for IBM Watson is now available. The open-source project is designed to allow developers to use IBM Watson Developer Services within SAP environments and directly from Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP) code.  “This kit specifically supports developers who want to embed capabilities from IBM Watson directly within their … continue reading

Agile integration bridges the gap between legacy and modern systems

While the industry is moving to more modern software development approaches in order to become more agile and stay competitive, there is still one piece to the puzzle that is missing: The valuable digital assets that are contained in the systems built before the modern approaches.  As organizations move towards microservices, cloud native and greenfield … continue reading

Richard Stallman, founder of the GNU project and free software advocate. Oslo, Norway, 23 February 2009

GNU Project maintainers push to remove Richard Stallman

Richard Stallman is continuing to receive backlash from the comments he made about a MIT Facebook event protesting Jeffrey Epstein’s association with the university. As a result of his comments, he resigned from the Free Software Foundation, which he founded, and from MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab’s visiting staff, and now the GNU … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Altova 2020, TPG completes acquisition of CollabNet VersionOne, CodeStream 4.0

The 2020 release of Altova is now available. The release includes Altova MissionKit  desktop developer tools and server software products. In addition, version 2020 focuses on JSON with a new JSON Grid View designed to speed up JSON editing in XMLSpy. “We have heard from customers who are progressively utilizing XMLSpy for their JSON development … continue reading

Cybersecurity Awareness Month highlights growing problem

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month is observed every October as a way to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity, but despite the efforts to provide a safer and more secure Internet — problems still remain.  In 1998, a group of computer hackers went in front of the Senate to warn them about cyber security. The … continue reading

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