HCL announces cloud-native platform for building solutions

HCL Software has made its DevOps product portfolio cloud-ready, and has introduced HCL SoFy, a cloud-native platform for creating tool solutions, and HCL Now, a cloud-native-as-a-service offering. The work is the result of a major investment HCL made across its entire product portfolio to modernize its solutions for the cloud, according to Alex Mulholland, chief … continue reading

Layered progressive delivery

We’ve written a lot lately about progressive delivery, and how it can help organizations deploy more quickly to get feedback on changes before releasing them widely. Progressive delivery uses experimentation techniques such as feature flags, blue-green rollouts and canary releases to show new features or bug fixes to a small cohort of users, and takes … continue reading

CDF report: Developers slow to adopt continuous delivery

Only 1 in 10 developers deploy software on demand, multiple times per day, according to the Cloud Delivery Foundation’s 2021 State of Continuous Delivery report. Continuous delivery is a key part of how organizations deliver value to their customers, providing the ability to make small changes to software reliably and at any time, according to … continue reading

Broadcom adds investment planning, Agile management to its ValueOps solution

In an attempt to bring the concept of value stream beyond DevOps operations roles, Broadcom today announced an update to its ValueOps software that brings investment management and Agile management into its solution. Broadcom is integrating its Clarity investment planning software and its Rally Agile management software to provide visibility and metrics to all stakeholders … continue reading

Industry Watch: Security first and foremost

The SolarWinds and Colonial Pipeline hacks have brought security to the fore of software development. Once again. And again, our “thoughts and prayers” go out to the customers of those companies, and the companies themselves, harmed by the attacks. I say this because, not unlike the mass shootings that plague America — and please, do … continue reading

Yor, open-source project for cloud resource tagging, available today

Palo Alto Networks today is officially making the code for its open-source project, Yor, available on GitHub. Yor, which went live Monday, is an open-source project that automatically tags cloud resources in Infrastructure as Code frameworks such as Terraform, Kubernetes, Cloudformation and the Serverless Framework, according to the company’s announcement. “DevSecOps is about breaking down silos … continue reading

Survey: Spring users rate code high in quality, maintainability and test coverage

A recent Spring Framework User Survey of Java developers found that Spring/Spring Boot users rate their code higher in quality, maintainability and test coverage that non-Spring users. The survey of 450 Java developers also found that Spring users spend 25% of their time on tests, while non-Spring users spend 20% of their time on tests. … continue reading

Industry Watch: Internet crime complaints rise

The warranty on your car is about to expire. Press 1 to purchase an extension. Someone has stolen your bank information. Click here to change your social security number. Your grandchild has been kidnapped. Send money to help us return the child safely. We get phishing emails like these literally all day long, and now … continue reading

Catchpoint releases enhanced WebPageTest API

Digital experience monitoring solution provider Catchpoint today announced upgrades to the WebPageTest API that provide deeper performance metrics, immediate test results and integrations with CI/CD tools. The company also announced the API, which had been limited to a small numbers of users, is now widely available. WebPageTest is a performance measurement tool that can scale … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Supreme Court ruling for Google’s use of Java the right call

In a case that wound through the courts for a decade, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that Google’s use of Java in its Android operating system did not infringe upon Oracle’s copyright. The ruling could have broad implications in how software is created. At the heart of the case is Google’s use of … continue reading

Remembering Pat Sarica

When SD Times started in 1999, we began interviewing for a copy editor. One resume immediately stood out from the rest. It was from a woman named Pat Sarica, who died last month at the age of 66. Though Pat wasn’t working with us then, having gone to work in the publications department at New … continue reading

DevOps Institute creates DevOps assessment model

The DevOps Institute today has announced an Assessment of DevOps Capabilities (ADOC) driven by a vendor-neutral crowdsource effort designed to help people measure their organization’s state of DevOps against other organizations. According to the Institute’s announcement, the assessment model looks at five dimensions of DevOps: the human aspects, process and frameworks, functional composition, intelligent automation … continue reading

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