Topic: cloud

The bumpy road of moving applications to the cloud

Everywhere you look, companies are involved in some sort of digital transformation. For some, it means moving their entire business to the cloud which may include building or purchasing software for payroll, ordering, fulfillment and many other activities. For larger firms, entrenched with legacy applications, it means migrating or rewriting hundreds or perhaps thousands of … continue reading

New Wind River Studio release delivers automation across SDLC

Wind River announced the latest release of Wind River Studio, the company’s cloud-native platform for the development, deployment, operations, and servicing of mission-critical intelligent systems from devices to cloud. New additions include a customizable automation engine, digital feedback loop, enhanced security, analytics with machine learning capabilities and a DevSecOps pipeline.  “Wind River Studio delivers a … continue reading

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SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Airbyte

Airbyte is a data integration platform that runs in the cloud and replicates data. It enables users to get their data pipelines running in minutes with either pre-built or custom connectors from the Airbyte UI, API or CLI.  Developers simply need to authenticate their sources and get connectors that adapt to schema or API changes.  … continue reading

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SD Times news digest: LogDNA announces Spike Protection, Boomi adds Data Catalog and Preparation service to AtomSphere Platform, and Cloudflare launches new integrations

LogDNA has announced Spike Protection to give companies more control over fluctuations in their data and spend.  LogDNA Spike Protection gives DevOps teams tools to understand and manage increases through Index Rate Alerting and Usage Quotas to provide additional insight into anomalous spikes.  The company also today announced its Agent 3.2 release for Kubernetes and … continue reading

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Report: Serverless now a critical part of many software stacks

Serverless isn’t just a fad; it’s here to stay. According to Datadog’s State of Serverless 2021 report, AWS Lambda functions were invoked 3.5 times more often than they were in 2019. The company explained this is an indication that teams are making serverless a critical part of their software stacks, not just experimenting with it.  … continue reading

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Atlassian releases new cloud app development platform: Forge

Atlassian announced that its next-generation cloud app development platform, Forge, is now generally available.  Forge has been in beta since the beginning of 2020 and is designed to handle many of the maintenance aspects of app creation such as compliance, data management practices, scaling performance and security.  “Forge is the culmination of over 2 years … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Imperva Serverless Protection, Snapdragon Developer Kit, and Nintex Workflow Cloud updates

The cybersecurity company Imperva launched Imperva Serverless Protection to secure organizations from vulnerabilities created by misconfigured apps and code-level security risks in serverless computing environments.  Imperva Serverless protection is a fully integrated tool within AWS Lambda Extensions and can be deployed once and applied to multiple AWS Lambda functions.  It also protects against the OWASP … continue reading

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Microsoft tests if security teams are prepared for hack attacks with SimuLand

Microsoft announced a new open-source initiative, SimuLand, to help security researchers deploy lab environments that reproduce well-known techniques used in attack scenarios. Participants can use the labs to then test the effectiveness of  Microsoft 365 Defender, Azure Defender, and Azure Sentinel detections. The simulation steps are mapped to detection queries and alerts to the aforementioned … continue reading

JetBrains releases CI/CD solution TeamCity Cloud

JetBrains today introduced TeamCity Cloud, a managed CI/CD service designed for DevOps teams that don’t want to deal with maintaining and scaling their own infrastructure.  The cloud version is based on the original TeamCity and it shares a lot of the same functionality including integration with popular development tools, test intelligence and easy configuration, the … continue reading

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SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Teller

Teller is an open-source productivity secret manager that aims to help developers with cloud-native apps and multiple cloud providers. The tool was built by developer-first cybersecurity company Spectral as a way to tackle the “last mile problem” of securing sensitive access and preventing data leaks.  With Teller, developers never have to leave their terminal to … continue reading

Microsoft provides new details about Visual Studio 2022 release

Microsoft announced that the first public preview of Visual Studio 2022 will be released this summer. Visual Studio 2022 will be a 64-bit application and it’ll no longer be limited to ~4gb of memory in the main devenv.exe process. However, this won’t change the types or bitness of the applications developers can build with Visual … continue reading

Empower remote testing teams through real mobile device access

The use of mobile devices to access applications has jumped to an all-time high, making up 56% of all website traffic this year, yet most companies with remote testing teams are struggling with proper device access and the ability to replicate customer bugs, according to mobile testing company Kobiton.  Web conversion rates on mobile wind … continue reading

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