Topic: cloud

Sauce Labs report: Most companies fail to meet continuous testing benchmarks

Sauce Labs published its first report that analyzes how companies measure up to benchmarks of four key continuous testing pillars. The company also announced its acquisition of Screener and availability of Sauce Headless. The Continuous Testing Benchmark Report was based on user data from the company’s continuous testing cloud between June and December of last … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Docker and Arm partner up, Clubhouse integrates Sentry, MongoDB is set to acquire Realm, Acceptto announces integration with multiple cloud platforms

Docker, which specializes in container platforms, and Arm, designers of computing architectures for processors, partnered up to create a cloud-native unified software development and delivery model for cloud, edge, and IoT environments. The collaboration will enable cloud developers to build applications on the Arm architecture and will “remove the dependencies of applications from infrastructure, while … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Aqua Security funding, Parasoft’s new division, and Tibco Connected Intelligence Cloud platform updates

Aqua Security has raised $62 million in Series C funding. The funding round was led by Insight Partners with participation from existing investors Lightspeed Venture Partners, M12, TLV Partners, and Shlomo Kramer. “The adoption of cloud native technologies provides an opportunity for security to be redefined, addressing the chronic cybersecurity skills shortage through automation, and … continue reading

7 tools for remote Agile development teams to streamline their projects

Back in the late 1950s when iterative and incremental development methods — two of the underpinnings of Agile development — were first being utilized at IBM’s Service Bureau Corp. in Los Angeles, it would have been inconceivable that development teams could be created one day to work together on the same project from multiple remote … continue reading

Industry Watch: A sobering look at cloud

The advantages of cloud computing have been talked about for years in the pages of this magazine. Yes, massive scaling, redundancy and data availability are benefits, but the primary driver has always been cost. Companies were told they could abandon their data centers — or significantly reduce them — and move their applications to the … continue reading

IBM releases new services to harness the power of hybrid cloud

IBM launched a series of hybrid cloud services this week that range from streamlined integration and security to providing live consultation for companies that want to develop their cloud strategy. The company explained that a lot of the process of maintaining a hybrid-cloud infrastructure is manual, resulting in “major security implications and a lack of … continue reading

A new Cloudera emerges from the Hortonworks merger

The Cloudera and Hortonworks merger that was first announced in October officially completed this month, paving the way for a new Cloudera. As part of the merger, the former rivals will live under the Cloudera name and offer an enterprise data cloud capable of supporting hybrid and multi-cloud deployments as well as provide machine learning … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces, Mozilla expresses concerns about Facebook, and Unisys CloudForte for Microsoft Azure

Red Hat has announced a new tool for developers to leverage Kubernetes and create cloud-native applications. Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces is a Kubernetes-native, browser-based development environment based on the open-source Eclipse Che IDE project. According to the company, the workspace solution is optimized for Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Features include the … continue reading

Google releases serverless NoSQL document database

Google Cloud is on the path towards a serverless future with the general availability release of its serverless NoSQL document database solution Cloud Firestore. The solution leverages cloud-native technologies to provide the ability for users to store, sync and query data for their web, mobile and IoT apps. Features include live synchronization, offline support and … continue reading

Modernizing the mainframe

Mainframe technology providers are refusing to be left in the dust in a digital modern world where speed is everything, and everything is moving to the cloud. While a majority of the industry views mainframes as legacy, dated, old or irrelevant technology, many companies and initiatives are turning their focus to modernizing the mainframe. “Digitization … continue reading

Microsoft takes Azure to the next level

Microsoft first developed its cloud computing service Azure with a mission to let developers and organizations do more in the cloud. Over the last year, the company has brought the service beyond just the cloud to DevOps, blockchain technologies, and the open-source community. In March, Microsoft decided to release its Azure Service Fabric to the … continue reading

Kubernetes solutions took over in 2018

Last year was a big year for containers, and in particular Kubernetes, with several of the major cloud providers offering new Kubernetes solutions. Kubernetes graduated from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation in March. Kubernetes was the CNCF’s first project and was the first opensource project to graduate as well. Kubernetes 1.1 was released at the … continue reading

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