Report: BSIMM10 shows new wave of engineering-led software security in DevOps

The security aspect of DevOps is evolving as new data found a new wave of engineering-led software security efforts originating bottom-up in the development and operations teams rather than top-down from a centralized software security group (SSG).  Software security initiatives (SSIs) have identified a number of individuals (often developers, testers, and architects) who are invested … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Uno 2.0 released LLVM 9.0.0 released, and npm announces rate limiting for the public registry

Uno announced version 2.0 of its open-source platform and a new integration with Xamarin Forms that enables developers to extend existing Xamarin Forms apps to the Web via WebAssembly and Mono.  “With the Uno Platform support for Xamarin Forms, enterprises using Xamarin Forms-powered apps gain seamless bridge for their apps to the Web without wasting … continue reading

Instana releases .Net Core APM solution

APM provider Instana released its code-level monitoring and tracing tool for .Net Core and expanded the number of programming languages that can be automatically instrumented to 12. Whether it’s for Java, C#, .Net, Ruby, Node, Go or other, developers can use automatic tracing with the .Net Core agent, the company explained.   “It’s critical for any … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Tableau2019.3, Redgate SQL Change Automation 4.0, and Microsoft releases Cascadia Code

Tableau Software announced the general availability of Explain Data in its 2019.3 release. This capability enables users to use advanced statistical analysis with no complex data modeling or data science expertise, the company explained. Additionally, the release also expands the company’s data management capabilities with a new Tableau Catalog that introduced a new Tableau Server … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Aliro Technologies to make quantum hardware more accessible, DataRobot releases MLOps solution and Splunk Venture launches

Aliro Technologies launched from stealth and raised $2.7 million to make quantum computing more accessible to all developers. The company explained its solution is designed so that any QC users, researchers or algorithm developers will have access to a development and execution platform that simplifies the variations felt with hardware-specific software and hardware optimizations. The … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab announces $278 million round of funding, GitHub Enterprise Cloud free for 14 days, and Inko 0.5

GitLab announced that it acquired $268 million in Series E funding, bringing the total valuation of the DevOps platform to over $2.75 billion. The company plans to go public next year.  GitLab also plans on adding key features in monitoring, planning and security to further develop its platform as well as expanding its workforce.  “To … continue reading

SD Times news digest: $100 million grant for the web, Streamlio announces Apache Pulsar sandbox, and Mobile Labs’ GigaFox Red and Silver

Coil, Mozilla and Creative Commons announced a $100 million grant for the web to advance web monetization for individual content creators and monetization service providers.  According to the companies, the fund will protect privacy by creating alternatives for web monetization that are not dependent on collecting consumer data, creating an open payment ecosystem that enables … continue reading

Istio 1.3 designed for developer adoption

The latest version of the open-source service mesh platform Istio is now available. Version 1.3 works to improve developer usability, adds a number of debugging features, and provides better support. RELATED CONTENT: Simplifying microservices with a service mesh According to Lin Sun, senior technical staff member for IBM Cloud and Cognitive Software, while Istio is … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Make with Ada programming competition, ARCore updates, and Element AI raises $151 million for operationalizing AI

AdaCore announced the start of its 4th annual “Make with Ada programming competition” with the goal to design and implement an embedded software project in which Ada or SPARK are the primary languages used.  “Many programmers tend to discount Ada and SPARK because of the many myths surrounding Ada, including Ada is too complex to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: ScyllaDB’s open-source Amazon DynamoDB-compatible API, Snyk raises $70 million, and Skytap collaborates with Microsoft

ScyllaDB announced the Alternator project, an open-source software that enables application and API-level compatibility between Scylla and Amazon DynamoDB.  This will allow users to migrate to an open source database that runs on any cloud platform, on-premise, bare-metal, virtual machines or Kubernetes.  “Alternator gives developers the ability to control the number of replicas and the … continue reading

Clubhouse launches real-time collaborative editor

Project management platform company Clubhouse announced the private beta launch of Clubhouse Write, a real-time collaborative knowledge base tool that focuses on information discovery. The full version is planned to be available later this year.  RELATED CONTENT: For development teams, it’s time to throw out the open-office plan Making project management easier… for developers “We … continue reading

Apple announces iOS 13 app requirements

Apple announced that all apps will need to be updated or built to work with iOS 13 by April 2020. In addition, apps will be required to fit the all-screen designs of Apple’s largest mobile devices and iPads.  “Customers around the world will soon experience the incredible new features of iOS 13. Make sure your … continue reading

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