Topic: apache kafka

Parasoft looks to simplify microservice testing with new releases

Parasoft has released new versions of its automated software testing solutions for microservices, which include Parasoft SOAtest and Parasoft Virtualize. The company also announced new improvements to its continuous testing platform to meet the needs of microservices. “Microservices enable the speed and flexibility required to support many of today’s agile development projects – but without … continue reading

Apache Kafka

Confluent’s annual Apache Kafka report, Gemalto finalizes 3M product acquisition, and ASCI’s ActiveBatch Extension for Hadoop — SD Times news digest: May 5, 2017

Confluent shared its second annual Apache Kafka report this week, which demonstrates a surge in the use of Kafka. The survey also reveals that companies are implementing Kafka for “more accurate and faster decision making, reduced operating costs, improved customer experiences, and reduced risks,” according to the survey. “The results from this year’s Apache Kafka … continue reading

Hortonworks updates DataFlow platform to 2.0

Hortonworks announced today that it has updated its Hortonworks DataFlow (HDF) platform with new features and updated Apache projects. HDF 2.0 includes a drastically redesigned Apache NiFi project, better handling of cluster-wide security policies, and a more portable version of its dataflow management layer. Apache NiFi is at the top of the list of changes. … continue reading

MapR Academy, Pluralsight to add new developer training programs

MapR, a converged data platform, and Pluralsight, an online learning platform, both announced new curriculum offerings for developers who want to learn new skills in either Apache Kafka or Java. MapR is now offering stream processing training on MapR Academy’s free On-Demand Training program. This is designed to teach developers how they can extend their … continue reading

Dice’s top trending technology skills, Box Developer Edition, and Microsoft’s bug bounty expansion—SD Times news digest: April 23, 2015

Dice has released its latest analysis of its online job postings, which revealed the fastest-growing technology skills. The Top 10 trending skills, according to Dice, are Cloudera Impala, Adobe Experience Manager, Ansible, Xamarin, OnCue, Laravel, RStudio, Unified Functional Testing, Pascal and Apache Kafka. (Related: Five key skills for Linux job seekers) “Skills rise and fall … continue reading

Heroku Enterprise, MapReduce for C, and Microsoft to optimize asm.js—SD Times news digest: Feb. 19, 2015

Salesforce has announced Heroku Enterprise, a new edition of the Heroku cloud application development platform featuring new team collaboration tooling, enhanced access controls and enterprise-grade support. Heroku Enterprise, built for enterprise-scale development, contains several new collaboration and control features for app development in large distributed teams: Shared Application Projects: Enable developer teams, partners and contractors … continue reading

ASF’s newest Top-Level Projects: Apache BookKeeper and Apache Samza

Two more projects are graduating from the Apache Software Foundation’s (ASF) incubator this week. The organization has announced that both Apache BookKeeper and Apache Samza have become Top-Level Projects (TLPs). Apache Samza is an open-source Big Data distributed streaming processing framework designed to handle stateful processing, message durability, fault tolerance and scalability. Samza was originally … continue reading

SD Times news digest: November 7, 2014—Google’s successful Google Play app guide, auto-correct for programmers, Confluent: an Apache Kafka real-time data startup

Google’s guide for successful Google Play apps Google is releasing a guide to provide developers with best practices and tools to help their apps be successful on Google Play. The guide, “The Secrets to App Success on Google Play,” will be split up into seven sections: publishing on Google Play; quality; discoverability and reach; engagement … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 29, 2014—Google’s Project Wing and Hortonworks’ integration of Apache Kafka

Watch out Amazon: There’s a new drone delivery service in town Google introduced a Google X project that may just give Amazon’s drones some competition. Project Wing is a “a new approach to delivery using self-flying vehicles,” Google wrote on its Google+ page. “Throughout history there has been a series of innovations that have each … continue reading

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