Topic: api

A guide to automated testing providers

Appvance is the inventor of AI-driven autonomous testing, which is revolutionizing the $120B software QA industry. The company’s patented platform, Appvance IQ, can generate its own tests, surfacing critical bugs in minutes with limited human involvement in web and mobile applications. AIQ empowers enterprises to improve the quality, performance and security of their most critical … continue reading

How does your company help customers with their automated testing initiatives?

Kevin Surace, co-founder and CTO of Appvance Appvance makes a platform called Appvance IQ, or AIQ for short. The platform is all-encompassing – web, API and native mobile, functional, compatibility, performance, load, security tests. It becomes a centerpiece of your quality initiative. We break test creation into two buckets. Low code/no code ML-driven Test Designer … continue reading

Automated testing is a must in CI/CD pipelines

As the software development industry has seen unprecedented levels of digital transformation, the demand for automated testing in the CI/CD pipeline has taken on greater urgency, especially at the early stages. Also, new advancements in AI are helping developers with some of the biggest challenges in testing: test creation, maintenance and many of the manual … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Circonus’ new Linux host monitoring dashboard, API company Reshuffle joins Twitter, and PyPI becomes a GitHub secret scanning integrator

The new Linux host monitoring dashboard by Circonus is designed to enable users to efficiently and accurately monitor their Linux hosts and to diagnose and resolve issues.  The solution utilizes the company’s Circonus Unified Agent (CUA), which is a single collection agent that consolidates all host and services monitoring. “One of the top issues we … continue reading

OpenTelemetry .NET 1.0 released

Microsoft announced the 1.0 specification for OpenTelemetry .NET, the canonical distribution of the OpenTelemetry SDK implementation in .NET. The 1.0 release includes OpenTelemetry .NET APIs: Tracing API, Baggage API, Context API and Propagators API. Developers will also have access to an SDK that provides controls for sampling, processing and exporting as well as documentation, which … continue reading

SD Times news digest: OctoML to accelerate ML deployment, Windows Community Toolkit 7.0, and SQLAlchemy 1.4 released

OctoML announced that it raised $28 million in a Series B funding round that it will use towards accelerating ML deployment.  OctoML said it will use the funding to double its team and launch Octomizer, its self-serve SaaS product. The company is also building a Machine Learning Acceleration Platform that automatically maximizes model performance while … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub’s first chief security officer, VS 2019 remote debug support, and Android Sleep API released

GitHub hired Michael Hanley as its first chief security officer to focus on developer-first security.  “Good security and the speed of the business are not opposing concepts when met with thoughtful design and a customer-centric approach. I believe that security done well allows us to go further, faster, and more confidently than ever before,” Hanley … continue reading

Google’s Jetpack Compose UI toolkit reaches beta

Google released its new UI toolkit Jetpack Compose, designed to make it easier to build native apps across all Android platforms.  According to the team, Compose offers modern, declarative Kotlin APIs and is built to integrate with existing Android apps and Jetpack libraries.  Google’s product manager Anna-Chiara Bellini and developer relations team member Nick Butcher … continue reading

OpenAPI Specification 3.1.0 now available

The OpenAPI Initiative has announced the release of the OpenAPI Specification 3.1.0. The OpenAPI Specification is an industry standard for describing APIs that allows developers and computers to understand what an API does without needing to access source code, documentation, or network traffic. Updates in 3.1.0 include compatibility with the latest draft of JSON Schema, … continue reading

Adobe aims to bridge the developer content and commerce gap with new cloud initiatives

Adobe announced new Adobe Experience Cloud capabilities this week at its Developers Live conference that aims to help developers deliver cohesive content across every touch point. “Until now, content has been siloed and difficult for developers to easily access to create new app-like experiences that meet consumer expectations,” Josh van Tonder, the head of strategy … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Dynatrace Software Intelligence Hub, npm 7 released, and Python accepts pattern matching PEP 634

Dynatrace’s new Software Intelligence Hub enables digital teams to extend automation and AI-assistance across more environments and use cases.  “The new Software Intelligence Hub extends the value we get from the Dynatrace platform to even more technologies and data sources. This enables more teams across our organization to benefit from precise insights and automated workflows … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Databricks raises $1 billion, Pinecone reveals vector database as a public beta, and Argo Workflows 3.0 released

Databricks has announced a $1 billion investment that puts it’s evaluation at $28 billion, and will help support the rapid adoption of the companies’ lakehouse solution.  “We see this investment and our continued rapid growth as further validation of our vision for a simple, open and unified data platform that can support all data-driven use … continue reading

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