SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Appsmith

Appsmith, the open-source low code software that helps developers build internal tools announced that it has raised $41 million in Series B funding. With Appsmith, software engineers can build internal and CRUD (create, read, update and delete) type applications quickly.  Software engineers can build user interfaces with pre-built components and code business logic by connecting … continue reading

Report: Fully automated testing remains elusive for organizations

Despite the growing complexity of the software that drives organizations, few companies have fully automated testing or are using AI, according to new research conducted by Forrester and commissioned by Keysight.  For the study, Forrester conducted an online survey in December 2021 that involved 406 test operations decision-makers at organizations in North America, EMEA, and … continue reading

TigerGraph launches new version of TigerGraph Cloud

TigerGraph today announced new features for TigerGraph Cloud, including the addition of multi-user collaboration, integrated login, private networking options, and extended global cloud coverage.  The Enterprise IAM (Identity and Access Management) feature allows for a single enterprise account to manage multiple users and their role-based access with a holistic view of all solutions in one … continue reading

Rafay Systems launches new open-source Kubernetes project

Rafay Systems launched a new open-source software project named Paralus to help keep users safe and applications secure on any Kubernetes environment for free. Paralus offers identity and access management throughout an organization by providing a single login zero-trust K8s solution to grant authorized users seamless and secure access to all clusters with a native … continue reading

Getting around roadblocks to VSM metrics

While many organizations think they have value stream management, they are encountering roadblocks to gain the metrics they need from it, according to Laureen Knudsen, chief transformation officer at Broadcom in the talk “Maneuvering around VSM roadblocks” at {virtual} VSMcon 2022.  A recent study by Broadcom found that 88% of people say they are doing … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Budibase

Budibase is an open-source low-code platform for building, designing, and automating business apps such as admin panels, forms, internal tools, client portals, and more. The tool was built to help developers who had to take up to three weeks to build CRUD apps.  The project has a built-in database, External Data Sources, a design GUI, … continue reading

Armory launches Continuous-Deployment-as-a-Service

Armory announced the general availability of Armory Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service to deliver declarative deployments across multiple environments that support advanced progressive strategies. “Our goal is to give companies a solution that’s simple to use but will grow with them as complexity increases,” said Jim Douglas, president and CEO of Armory. “The new product enables development teams … continue reading

Mattermost 7.0 launched with custom apps and integrations

Mattermost 7.0 offers users the ability to develop custom apps and integrations so that users can communicate securely with native voice calls and screen sharing. Users can also leverage out-of-the-box workflow templates to improve technical team productivity and operations.  The Mattermost developer collaboration platform now features enhanced capabilities to enable real-time collaboration for critical developer … continue reading

If you don’t stop to secure DevOps as part of your VSM, you could miss it

Developers now encounter all kinds of tools and integrations coming at them from everywhere, for all parts of the software delivery process and an ever-increasing threat landscape.  Trying to handle security with DevOps these days can sometimes leave us thinking like Ferris Bueller: “How could I be expected to handle school on a day like … continue reading

JetBrains releases update for Datalore Enterprise

JetBrains announced the launch of Datalore Enterprise 2022.2, an update to its collaborative data science and BI platform for teams, available on-premises and in the private cloud. The new version can be set up in AWS, GCP, Azure or an on-premises machine with the new Docker-based installation. Users can also migrate to Kubernetes later on … continue reading

Apple unveils next generation of Silicon chips

Apple yesterday announced its M2 Silicon chip built using second-generation 5-nanometer technology in the new MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro. The new chip offers an 18% faster CPU than the M1, a 35% more powerful GPU, and a 40 percent faster Neural Engine. It also offers 50% more bandwidth than the M1, and up … continue reading

WWDC 22 introduces better collaboration and focus capabilities along with Passkey security

Today at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 22), Apple announced many new features for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and Watch OS.  Updates for iOS 16 focused on the lock screen which can now showcase favorite photos, customize font styles, and display a set of widgets to get information at a glance. It also expands the availability … continue reading

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