Search provider Algolia acquires SeaUrchin.IO to enhance insights

Search and discovery service provider Algolia today announced the acquisition of SeaUrchin.IO, a real-time search insights platform, to add greater understanding of user behavior to its solution. Algolia’s search-as-a-service product “helps developers working in ecommerce and B-to-B deliver a great user experience,” Nicolas Dessaigne, Algolia’s founder, told SD Times. “We want to improve the search … continue reading

Release automation: All about the pipeline

To many, release automation is that last stage of the DevOps pipeline, when software is made public. Yet, to many, release automation remains largely misunderstood and so is not as widely utilized in organizations that claim to be agile and doing DevOps. “I don’t know if people are recognizing the benefits of application release automation … continue reading

Windows 10 update introduces machine learning component

Microsoft today announced Windows ML, an artificial intelligence runtime that brings high-quality machine learning to Windows devices. At its Windows Developer Days event this morning, the company explained the addition completes CEO Satya Nadella’s vision of widespread adoption of machine learning, providing a platform for developers to use AI within their applications. “At its core, … continue reading

Multi-document ACID transactions coming to MongoDB version 4.0

MongoDB Inc. announced today that version 4.0 of its MongoDB database platform will support multi-document ACID transactions to provide a consistent view of data across replica sets. ACID Transactions are now in beta and the company says the syntax of multi-document transactions should feel familiar to those used to working with transactions in relational databases. … continue reading

Applitools updates AI platform for automated UI visual testing

Testing solutions provider Applitools today released version 10 of its automated Visual AI platform as the company introduces a new category framework for testing that it is calling Application Visual Management (AVM). The updates to the Applitools Eyes platform enables organizations to automate the process of visual production testing, which now is a manual process … continue reading

Industry Watch: DevOps is an idea born by developers

DevOps. What a concept. Developers and IT operations teams working together to ensure applications are performant, can scale, and can deal with multi-stage deployments and rollbacks. But has it been a collaboration, or more like a railroading? If you look at the industry since business executives bought into the need for speed in application development, … continue reading

A guide to Atlassian’s ecosystem

CodeBarrel: Code Barrel specializes in creating add-ons for Atlassian products.  We have over 40 years combined experience in working on Atlassian products and Agile software development. We believe that great software is found at the intersection of design and engineering. The company created Automation for Jira, winner of Atlassian Codegeist 2016, which makes it simple … continue reading

How does your tooling expand and enhance the Atlassian ecosystem?

Jason Hammon, director of product management, TechExcel TechExcel enhances the Atlassian Eco-system by providing integrated ALM, Quality Management and Traceability that can be integrated with JIRA. TechExcel’s ALM suite DevSuite is a fully integrated ALM solution that has its roots in development and QA management but has expanded to monitor and control all processes of … continue reading

How Atlassian is carrying the developer world

Gaining entry into organizations one development team at a time, Atlassian has managed to create a vibrant ecosystem of software tools that has become among the most popular in the developer arsenal. And it’s no accident. By lowering the barrier to entry for its tools, Atlassian has gained a broad developer following. And partners have … continue reading

Testing company BrowserStack closes $50M investment

BrowserStack, a company that provides a test platform for web browsers and mobile applications, today announced it has closed a US$50 million Series A round of funding from Silicon Valley venture capital investors Accel Partners. The Mumbai, India-based company also announced the opening of an office in San Francisco, Calif., and the hiring of Google … continue reading

Automation ‘portends sea change’ in testing

Software testing is a perfect use case for artificial intelligence. Most testing today continues to be done manually, which is not efficient in a world of continuous delivery. According to David Hurwitz of testing company Appvance, 97% of the money spent on testing is going to labor – much of which is outsourced. “Software testing … continue reading

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