Topic: cloud

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: BumbleBee

BumbleBee simplifies building extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) tools and allows users to package, distribute, and run them anywhere.  eBPF provides Linux kernels the extensibility to enable developers to program the Linux kernel to quickly build intelligent or feature-rich functions based on their business needs. BumbleBee brings a Docker-like experience for eBPF, and through simple … continue reading

The surprising truth about re-platforming databases to public cloud

Enterprises are moving full steam to the public cloud unencumbered by what is happening in the economy. If anything, volatility due to Covid has raised the importance of cloud benefits and the prospect of flexibility and scalability has further accelerated this movement. Enterprises no longer view public cloud as merely Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). … continue reading

Talend Fall 2021 release introduces data health concepts

Talend has announced the release of Talend Fall 2021, which adds data health concepts across Talend Data Fabric. The new version includes Stitch Unlimited, which offers industry-first, non-consumption-based pricing for unlimited users and integrations. Users will also have access to a Trust Score so that everyone can know that they’re making the right decisions based … continue reading

Report: Companies prioritize securing open-source components in modern software

The rapid adoption of the cloud has led companies to increasingly secure open-source components in modern software.  The newly released 12th Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM12) report found a 61% increase in software security groups’ identification and management of open source over the past two years.  The report was created by Synopsys, a company … continue reading

Overcome the data challenges of cloud adoption

Cloud adoption is at an all-time high, and an overwhelming majority of organizations run at least part of their business in the cloud. A 2020 report from IDG found that only 8% of respondents  claimed their total IT environment was on-premises, meaning that for 92% of companies, part of their infrastructure or applications are hosted … continue reading

Google Cloud announces managed continuous delivery service

Google today announced Google Cloud Deploy, a managed, opinionated continuous delivery service that makes continuous delivery to GKE easier, faster, and more reliable.  Deploying container image artifacts into various environments remains a difficult task to many, and there are still no agreed-upon best practices.  “Google Cloud Deploy is the product of discussions with more than … continue reading

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

The Apache Drill Project announced the release of Apache DrillTM v1.19, the schema-free Big Data SQL query engine for Apache Hadoop, NoSQL, and Cloud storage. “Drill 1.19 is our biggest release ever,” said Charles Givre, the Vice President of Apache Drill. “With an already short learning curve, Drill 1.19 makes it even easier for users … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Java on Visual Studio Code update, Applitools ties in to e-learning platforms, Next Pathway cloud migration tool update

The newest Java update includes a user experience for Visual Studio Code’s testing, Maven dependency management, and project management features. Developers can now access a new layout of buttons in the left area of the editor that enables easy access to run and debug test cases.  Also, the Test Explorer has been completely revamped to … continue reading

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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