Kong Konnect platform

Service connectivity platform Kong Konnect enters GA with multi-geo support

Kong announced the general availability of its cloud-native, connectivity platform Kong Konnect with new features to enable reliable, secure and observable connectivity across microservices and APIs. The platform was first previewed last year as a private beta at Kong Summit 2020 with the promise to simplify complex cloud-native workflows.  “Kong Konnect addresses a massive challenge … continue reading

Project CodeNet

IBM Project CodeNet to teach AI how to code

In an effort to make code easier to debug, maintain and update, IBM has unveiled Project CodeNet, an open-source dataset for advancing AI’s understanding and translation of code. The project was announced at this week’s Think conference as a part of IBM’s AI for Code initiative, which aims to help developers improve productivity by automating … continue reading

LaunchDarkly introduces Progressive Delivery

Introducing Progressive Delivery

Application success depends on delivery speed, product quality and perceived value but it’s hard to get all three right. Faster release cycles often equate to lower code quality and the “value” developers think they’re providing may fail completely from the end user’s point of view. Progressive Delivery helps by taking the guesswork out of what … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Appian’s low-code automation platform, Applitool’s Rally integration, and Jetpack Compose for Web

Appian announced that the latest version of the Appian Low-code Automation Platform will be generally available in June.  The platform offers a new code-free approach to unifying enterprise data, new collaboration features, DevSecOps capabilities and more.  The new Appian Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) delivers massive efficiency gains via straight-through processing of large volumes of unstructured … continue reading

remote agile teams

Analyst Watch: Succeeding as a remote Agile team

Agile software development teams thrive on collaboration and dynamic interaction, but in 2020, the sudden shift to remote work created concern among software engineering leaders that development velocity would suffer.  As many organizations look to transition to a hybrid remote work culture, development leaders are wondering if it will be possible for their teams to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rust for Windows 0.9, OutSystems Cloud Accelerators for AWS, and Pyston 2.2 released

Rust for Windows 0.9 was released with full consumption support, which allows users to call any Windows API using Rust language projection.  “Rust developers have access to the entire Windows API surface in a language-idiomatic way, allowing them to easily take advantage of the power and breadth of Windows development,” Angela Zhang, program manager at … continue reading

Guest View: How compliance fits into DevOps

As security and privacy grow in importance, regulatory compliance is becoming an increasing priority for most businesses. But let’s just say it: compliance audits are not fun.  That’s especially true when it comes to engineering and development teams, who are tasked with gathering all of the relevant data – in other words, evidence – needed … continue reading

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Scaling up Agile requires a change of Pace

Software teams and organizations today are looking to scale faster than ever. The pressure to release features at an increasing rate, while keeping bugs to a minimum is only exacerbated by the growing size of dev teams needed to deliver said features. We add more and more devs to a team, but only get incremental … continue reading

Guest View: Use hackathons to validate your product

You think you have a great product. Your product manager thinks you have a great product. Your developers think they have created a great product. The question is – how do you prove this before you send it out to your alpha and beta testers for real-world feedback?  Therefore, we recommend the multistage hackathon approach … continue reading

SD Times news digest: LogDNA’s Browser Logger, Rust 1.5.2.0 released, and Google Play to launch new safety section

LogDNA announced a new browser logging capability designed to enable full-stack and front-end developers to ingest frontend log data into LogDNA more efficiently to debug web applications. The new feature automatically captures errors and logs occurring in the user’s browser and allows dev teams to centralize those errors alongside server-side logs, according to the company. … continue reading

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SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Kubewarden

Kubewarden is a new open-source policy engine aiming to simplify the adoption of policy-as-code. It provides a set of Kubernetes Custom Resources that makes the enforcement of policies in a cluster easier. According to Flavio Castelli, distinguished engineer at SUSE and contributor to the project, policies can be written in any programming language because Kubewarden … continue reading

Linux Technical Advisory Board releases report on UMN patches

The Linux Technical Advisory Board (TAB) released a new report to show the remediation measures that were undertaken after researchers from the University of Minnesota (UMN) submitted compromised code submissions to the Linux kernel.  UMN previously submitted many big fixes that were merged into kernel releases as part of an, but the breach of trust … continue reading

Confusing the What with the How

Imagine you are building a house. You get all your tools, lay out the lumber, and start constructing the first room. As you are building the room, you decide if it’s a living room, or a kitchen, or a bathroom. When you finish the first room you start on the second, again deciding, as you … continue reading

World Password Day 2021 focuses on the safety of passwords

Google celebrates World Password Day 2021 with hope for a passwordless future

Today is World Password Day 2021, and while companies are touting the best password management practices, Google is hoping someday we won’t have to worry about them at all. According to the company, even the strongest passwords can be compromised.  “You may not realize it, but passwords are the single biggest threat to your online … continue reading

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