The potential of the DevOps fourth wave

A fourth wave of DevOps is expected to tie together earlier tools into a platform that covers every phase of the DevOps life cycle, according to Sid Sijbrandij, the co-founder and CEO of GitLab. Sibrandij, delivering the keynote address at the GitLab Commit Virtual conference, said the platform will bring together development, operations, and security … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft announces SecretManagement 1.1 GA, Azul announces support for Eclipse Temurin, Infostretch’s partnership with Automation Anywhere

SecretManagement 1.1 mostly includes updates to enable users operating in Constrained Language Mode (CLM). Microsoft also validated that only one of the community-published extension vaults was affected by the changes. SecretManagement is a module available on the PowerShell Gallery that enables users to have a common set of commands to store and retrieve secrets within … continue reading

Hiring amid COVID-19

From mask mandates to seeing coworkers and associates through video calls rather than in person, the coronavirus has completely altered the way we work. The way we go about running a business is not exempt from this, as more and more companies transition from in-person workplaces to virtual formats.  There are many benefits and disadvantages … continue reading

Reify: A low-code platform for building any application

More software development teams are using low-code tools to improve productivity. However, most low-code platforms limit the scope of what can be built and lack the flexibility required for complex enterprise projects. Typically, all development must be done in the low-code platform, which precludes the use of standard IDEs and platforms.  “The low-code revolution offers huge … continue reading

SD Times news digest: OutSystems releases Service Studio for Mac, Melissa announces Global Green Initiative, Apache weekly update

With Service Studio that gives Mac, OutSystems is giving users the same experience that until now was exclusive to PC users as Apple’s Mac is slowly gaining market share. The new IDE for Mac also includes new features and capabilities such as new themes for a refreshed and modern look and feel, Dark Mode, and … continue reading

How CI/CD providers help organizations deploy speedily, securely, and stably

Senthil Nathan, product manager, HCL Software DevOps HCL Launch is the continuous delivery tool within the powerful HCL DevOps tool chain, enabling modernization for complex enterprises. Continuous delivery is one of the most efficient ways to enable development teams to focus on delivering quality software. With HCL Launch’s “deploy from anywhere to anywhere” capabilities, enterprise … continue reading

A guide to CI/CD tools

The following is a listing of tool providers in the CI/CD space, along with a brief description of their offerings.  Bitrise: is a cloud-based, secure, and scalable CI/CD solution, specifically designed for mobile app development. The company’s mission is to help their customers all around the world create better apps, faster. With customers ranging from … continue reading

The State of CI/CD

The new methods prescribed for developing modern, cloud-native applications are as complex as the systems replacing earlier development tooling and methodologies. Where you once had a code editor or an IDE and a compiler, you now have massive code repositories, containers, container management systems, infrastructure as code and the cloud. Because of this, it’s widely … continue reading

DevOps for mobile applications

Organizations building and delivering mobile applications using DevOps techniques and tooling will find there are important differences in how their processes are applied. Viktor Benei is CTO and co-founder of Bitrise, a company that offers solutions for mobile DevOps, and when asked if there were differences developing apps for mobile devices as opposed to on-premises … continue reading

Continuous delivery steps into the spotlight

Continuous delivery is stepping out from the shadow of its partner, continuous integration, and is having a moment as organizations look to increase the speed of application delivery while still delivering stable software. There is a problem, however. A recent “State of Continuous Delivery” report by the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) found that adoption is … continue reading

premium SD Times August 2021

The August issue of SD Times is now available. This issue features an in-depth look at how the pandemic has changed the way companies handle hiring, the challenges of mobile testing, and why low-code is on the rise. … continue reading

Rust 1.54 now available

The latest version of the programming language Rust is now available. Rust 1.54 introduces a few new stable features. One new update is that attributes can invoke function-like macros. An example use case of is including documentation from other files into comments. “For example, if your project’s README represents a good documentation comment, you can … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 2021 update of the C++ extension for Visual Studio Code, .NET Framework July 2021 update preview, Nintex K2 Five enhancements

The July 2021 update of Visual Studio Code C++ introduces new features such as Disassembly View while debugging, inline macro expansions, and debug support for Windows ARM64 architecture.  Disassembly View allows users to debug assembly code corresponding to the instructions created by their compiler and will be included in the 1.59 release of Visual Studio … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Marko

Marko is an open-source programming language that reimagines HTML from a markup language into a programming language. As its website states: “It’s like HTML and JS had a perfect baby that grew up to be awesome.” It does not require learning any new language syntax beyond what’s available in vanilla HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, which … continue reading

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