Analyst Watch: AppSec that doesn’t break the bank

Security testing is an essential part of application development. Issues that appear as security vulnerabilities are often a product of poor code development, and testing helps identify such vulnerabilities early on in the application development process. Yet, security testing can be expensive, and security leaders often find it difficult to justify its cost. Senior management … continue reading

SD Times news digest: D language 2.095.0, Sider’s recommended coding guide for C/C++ analysis tool, and Apache weekly roundup

The latest release of the D programming language focuses on enhanced Objective-C support, adding the ability to declare Objective-C protocols, as well as improvements throughout the compiler, libraries, and tools, according to the developers behind the language in a post. The DLang team fixed the issue in which deprecation messages reported the source deep within … continue reading

Guest View: Breaking the low-code barrier

Can you scale an entire enterprise software architecture with zero code? Probably not. Can a low-code platform singlehandedly create and expose compelling infrastructure? Maybe. Can the new generation of low-code tools conquer their predecessor’s limitations to deliver fast, efficient and extendable technology for the modern business? RELATED CONTENT: 2021: The year of low code Enterprise low-code … continue reading

SD Times news digest: F5 acquires Volterra to create Edge 2.0 for the enterprise, WinUI 3 preview 3 released, and Intel’s RealSense ID Facial Authentication

F5 has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Volterra, a universal edge-as-a-service platform provider, for approximately $440 million in cash. According to F5, it will incorporate Volterra’s technology platform to create its own edge platform built for enterprises and service providers that will focus on security and scalability.  “With Volterra, we advance … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Storybook

This week’s highlighted open-source project is designed to help developers build UI components faster. Storybook allows developers to browse a component library, view different states of a component, and interactively develop and test those components.  Storybook provides a development environment for creating these components, and eliminates the need to start up a complex development stack, … continue reading

Microsoft Teams takes off as WFH becomes normal

Microsoft Teams was already the largest collaboration platform before the pandemic hit, but its usage has skyrocketed since people started immediately working from home. Microsoft recently announced that there are 115 million daily active users in Teams. Many of the features now are aimed at combating meeting fatigue and the fact that people are still … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Infragistics Ultimate 20.2 released, BMC new mainframe enhancement, GrammaTech awarded DARPA AIE program

Infragistics Ultimate 20.2 is a complete UX and UI solution that is compatible with Microsoft’s latest .NET 5 release.  According to the company, users can speed up their app creation by using the new Indigo.Design App Builder drag and drop tool.  Infragistics Ultimate 20.2 also includes new components and features such as toolkits for Angular, … continue reading

WFH reveals an ‘I’ in team

The year 2020 has forced the hands of organizations around the world to rely on collaboration tools as their primary means of working and connecting with coworkers and consumers. Now collaboration tool providers are looking towards integrations and new features to draw more users into a unified platform.  The shift to remote working happened at … continue reading

A guide to value stream management solutions

ConnectALL is a value stream management company dedicated to helping customers achieve higher levels of agility, traceability, predictability and velocity. We do this by connecting people, processes and technology across the software development and delivery value stream, enabling companies to align digital initiatives to business outcomes and improve the speed at which they deliver software. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Chronosphere announces general availability and new funding for cloud-native monitoring, GitHub now available in Iran, and JupyterLab 3.0

Chronosphere’s cloud-native monitoring product reached general availability this week. The product is powered by the open-source metrics engine M3 that the Chronosphere founders worked on while they were at Uber.  According to the company, the solution enables customers to retrieve monitoring data produced by cloud-native environments and helps customers control their spending while their data … continue reading

What do you need to be successful at value stream management, and how can you help?

Lance Knight, COO for the value stream integration platform ConnectALL The goal is to help you understand software delivery, to look at things through the lens of a value stream, to look for ways to remove dependencies, understand where your bottlenecks are, and do that from a business value mindset.  If I can bring in … continue reading

Value stream management will be a driving force behind successful businesses in 2021

If 2020 taught businesses anything, it is that they need to be able to adapt at any moment if they want to stay competitive and be successful. But in order to do that, they need actionable insight into what is going on throughout the entire organization and how that is translating into business value. Mik … continue reading

Quest Software acquires data governance company erwin

Global systems management, data protection and security software company Quest Software has announced it is acquiring erwin for its data modeling, data governance, and business process modeling solutions. According to Quest, this acquisition will help users to reap the benefits from all of their data as well as drive significant data initiatives.  “Data-centric projects are … continue reading

Python named TIOBE’s programming language of 2020

Python has once again been named the TIOBE Index programming language of the year. This is the fourth time it has been declared the programming language of the year. TIOBE Index awards the programming language of the year to the language with the most popularity. Over the last year, Python has seen a 2.01% uptake … continue reading

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