Topic: cloud

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

Atlassian unveils cloud enterprise plan

Atlassian announced the general availability of Cloud Enterprise, a new cloud offering that features enterprise-grade scalability, security, and governance controls for Jira Software, Confluence, and Jira Service Management.  Users can activate unlimited instances so that teams can tailor instances to their needs and they can also access Atlassian cloud products on any device. “This means … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google Cloud SQL Insights, Thundra Sidekick IntelliJ IDEA Plugin, and the Linkerd Steering Committee

Google has announced Cloud SQL Insights, a new insights tool is designed to help developers understand and resolve database performance issues on Cloud SQL. According to Google, developers typically don’t have the tools or skills necessary to solve problems, and database administrators are often unavailable. “Insights complements your existing APM and observability tools. Insights provides … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft Azure Boards, Neo4j Aura Enterprise announced, and Cloud Security Alliance’s Cloud Controls Matrix v4

Microsoft is introducing Azure Boards to help users track their work with “drag-and-drop” capabilities right in the browser. Azure Boards enables developers to filter to individual users, export data into calendars, plan sprints and query for their work items. “Whether you’re a scrum master or someone who’s still brand new to Agile, you’ll benefit from … continue reading

GitOps: It’s the cloud-native way

Most of the approaches introduced in the software development space are designed to make life easier for developers, but what about operations? DevOps was designed to make development and operation systems work better together, and as more teams successfully adopt DevOps, there is an opportunity to tackle and improve the operations process. According to Steve … continue reading

The move from RDBMS to NoSQL requires optimizing over time

Businesses are quickly moving to NoSQL databases to meet performance and scalability requirements that today’s troves of data demand. The shift from relational database management systems (RDBMS) to NoSQL is becoming increasingly prevalent.  “Most applications that we see go to NoSQL are Greenfield, but we’ve also started to see more migrations recently from relational backends … continue reading

Exadel announced the release of CompreFace, an open-source facial recognition application

Exadel, a global provider of digital software engineering solutions and services, announced the release of CompreFace, an open-source facial recognition application. CompreFace can be integrated as a standalone service or deployed via the cloud. It’s convenient API offers state-of-the-art facial recognition. To get started with Compreface, visit: (https://github.com/exadel-inc/CompreFace#overview) “Facial recognition technology is being rapidly adopted across … continue reading

Machine learning – Getting to deployment

The benefits of machine learning (ML) are becoming increasingly clear in virtually all fields of research and business.  There is an increasing array of tools that are becoming available to help people move in the right direction – though hang-ups can, and do exist, this guide strives to allow practitioners to find their footing on … continue reading

Kobiton acquires Mobile Labs for faster app delivery and AI across real devices

Mobile experience platform provider Kobiton announced that it acquired one of its competitors, Mobile Labs Inc. The acquisition will allow developers and QA teams to deliver apps faster by leveraging artificial intelligence across real-devices spanning cloud and on-premises deployments, according to Kobiton. “We saw a huge opportunity to improve the testing experience for our customers … continue reading

Google Firebase adds new building blocks to accelerate application development

Google is updating its mobile platform Firebase with new building blocks to accelerate app development. The company made a number of announcements at its Firebase Summit 2020 this week. “Over the past few months, we’ve seen that apps not only improve the way we live, they also enhance our ability to adapt to change. In 2020, … continue reading

Why cloud is critical in the post-COVID period

According to a recent Deloitte report on post COVID-19 enterprise implications, “…the pandemic is reshaping the global business landscape and fundamentally changing how people around the world live and work… However, every new normal eventually gets replaced by a new new normal, so in our view it makes sense to call the post-COVID business environment … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Tricentis AI-powered test automation, NetBSD 9.1 released, and AWS porting assistant for .NET now open source

Tricentis has announced its vision for the next-generation of AI-powered test automation. Vision AI is a test design and automation solution which allows organizations to address the needs brought about by the increasing prevalence of cloud-native and enterprise application platforms, according to the company. Vision AI is also now the core technology that will power … continue reading

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