Topic: apache

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Apache Subversion

This week’s open-source project is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Apache Subversion is a control software and source code management tool available on most integration servers, integrated development environments, and issue tracking systems. Apache Subversion (“SVN”) was created by CollabNet in 2000 in an effort to create an open-source alternative to the then standard CVS (Concurrent … continue reading

The Apache Software Foundation releases its 2019 security report

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is reviewing the state of security across its 300+ projects in a recently released report. According to the report, the most notable events in 2019 included increased attacks of Hadoop instances, a flaw in Apache HTTP Server 2.4, and a flaw in older versions of Apache Axis.  The foundation looked … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apache Guacamole 1.1, Ktor web framework gets a new update, and IBM’s Cloud Annotations project

Apache Guacamole 1.1 has been announced. Apache Guacamole is a clientless remote desktop gateway. The latest release includes two subprojects, the HTML5 web application which serves the Guacamole client to users, and “guacamole-server”, the remote desktop proxy which the web application communicates with.  The 1.1.0 release also features support for dynamic image quality and for … continue reading

Switching to NoSQL is easier than you might think

While many companies still utilize relational databases, the benefits of NoSQL databases are clear, whether that’s the ability to handle large volumes of structured or unstructured data, perform Agile sprints or its flexibility and scalability. And moving to a NoSQL database is easier than most think. Brian Hess, the strategic solution engineer at DataStax, explained … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Saumsung’s Galaxy XCover Pro for enterprises, C++ inliner improvements, and Apache project updates

Samsung introduced the Galaxy XCover Pro, an enterprise-ready smartphone built for business.  The Galaxy XCover Pro allows users to tailor their experience with two programmable keys to create custom actions with one click, simplifying things like opening a scanner, turning on a flashlight or launching a CRM app without having to swipe through apps, the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Python 2.7 officially retires, Coral products for 2020, and Apache Pulsar reaches new milestone

Python 2.7 has officially retired as of January 1st to fully make way for Python 3. For those that are still using Python 2, there is advice for running Python 2 code in Python 3 to ease the transition.  According to a post, a number of critical Python projects have pledged to stop supporting Python … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apache Software Foundation 2019 accomplishments, TIOBE end of the year index, and C++ changes

The Apache Software Foundation announced that 339 projects and sub-projects were accomplished this year, 206 projects made it to top level and 46 podlings made it in the Apache Incubator.  On the community side, there were 7,038 active Apache Committers, 765 ASF members, and 40 new members elected. More than 75% of contributors in 2019 … continue reading

XebiaLabs DevOps Platform 9.5 Offers Enterprises Unparalleled Visibility into Software Delivery Processes

SD Times news digest: XebiaLabs DevOps platform 9.5, Apache Kafka 2.4, and ShiftLeft’s inspect static application security testing tool

XebiaLabs announced the release of its DevOps Platform version 9.5. This release is designed to provide business-level insight into complete software releases. The new release includes a Delivery Patterns feature, which synchronizes the delivery of business applications across technical release pipelines, according to the company. With Delivery Patterns, users can track business applications, synchronize component … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Apache APISIX

Apache APISIX is a cloud-native microservices API gateway that entered the Apache Incubator in October. The API gateway is intended to handle interface traffic for websites, mobile and IoT applications.  “At some point, traditional monolithic application architectures simply are not able to scale anymore. Inevitably, this happens to every successful software project that is based … continue reading

SD Times news digest: ActiveState adds Python packages, Apache Software Foundation on .org registry, and Coralogix joins the cybersecurity market

ActiveState announced that it added more than 50,000 package versions covering the most popular Python 2 and 3 packages to its ActiveState platform.  “In order to ensure our customers can automatically build all Python packages, even those that contain C code, we’re designing systems to vet the code and metadata for every package in PyPI. … continue reading

Machine learning library Apache SINGA now a top-level project

The Apache Software Foundation announced that the machine learning library Apache SINGA is now a top-level project. The project, which started out at the National University of Singapore, trains large-scale machine learning models over a cluster of machines.  The developers behind the project are currently working on SINGA-lite for deep learning on edge devices with … continue reading

Apache Rya becomes an ASF Top-Level Project

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) graduated Rya, a scalable open-source Big Data database, to its list of Top-Level Projects (TLP). The project was submitted to the Apache Incubator in September 2015. The database is triple store (subject-predicate-object) database, and is capable of storing billions of linked information sets by using novel storage methods, indexing schemes … continue reading

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