Topic: collaboration

Recent major infrastructure attacks have put cybersecurity at the forefront

Recent large-scale attacks on enterprise and infrastructure security have led the federal government and private businesses to rethink the way they manage security.  Last month’s ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline shut down the main part of its network for five days, affecting fuel supplies across the United States.  Additionally, an attack on SolarWinds infrastructure … continue reading

Security shifts left as a team effort

As organizations look towards DevSecOps as a way to infuse security throughout the software development life cycle while at the same time accelerating releases, more sides of the business have their hands on deck regarding security. However, it’s still the security side that’s on the hook when a major breach happens.  “People like to say … 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

SD Times news digest: Code Dx and Secure Code Warrior on Project Better Code, Octopai’s Data Lineage XD, and new Microsoft Teams features

Code Dx and Secure Code Warrior teamed up to launch Project Better Code, which aims to help organizations push the pace of software development without compromising security.  Code Dx has integrated Secure Code Warrior into its automated vulnerability management and correlation platform to offer contextual training specific to an organization’s vulnerabilities.  “Oftentimes, there are thousands … 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

SD Times news digest: Stack Overflow for Teams now free, Saltworks and Secure Code Warrior team up on secure coding, and open-source company Camunda announces new funding

The collaboration platform Stack Overflow for Teams is now free for up to 50 users and the Free plan includes ChatOps integrations to Slack and Microsoft Teams.  “The open source ethos that is foundational to this network was an inspiration for our new free offering. We’re excited to enable those who are working towards a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Tricentis TestProject 2.0, IBM Quantum Composer and IBM Quantum Lab, and Sonatype acquires MuseDev

The new version of Tricentis TestProject supports both hybrid cloud and offline options, which enables testing teams to securely automate web, Android, and iOS applications, and to deliver products at speed without limitations.  Version 2.0 enables users to save tests and reports on TestProject’s secure hybrid cloud and to benefit from zero server maintenance, end-to-end … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Rend-o-matic

The Rend-o-matic project is a musical collaboration project that features a web-based interface that allows disconnected artists to record their individual segments via a laptop or phone.  This is done by using acoustic analysis and AI to find patterns across multiple musical segments. These tracks are then automatically synced and played out as a single … 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: Progress releases new Kendo UI Native components, Platform9 announces new DevOps productivity capabilities, and Visual Studio 2019 v 16.9 preview 3

This week’s update of Progress’ Kendo UI includes 24 new UI components across all Kendo UI libraries as well as support for Angular 11 and React 17. Kendo UI for Angular introduces components including DropDownTree, MultiColumnComboBox, TileLayout, FloatingActionButton and more while KendoReact includes many of the same features alongside added built-in keyboard navigation and UI … continue reading

Microsoft on how open source and software development can improve in 2021

2020 was a big year for open source. Sixty million new repositories were created last year, and more than 56 million developers are now on GitHub, according to GitHub’s Octoverse report. This prompted Microsoft to lay out a few things developers can do to improve their engagement with open source moving forward. The first lesson … continue reading

Swimm launches to help developers better understand codebases

Swimm, a developer onboarding and team collaboration tool provider, announced that it raised $5.7 million in seed funding and also launched its platform for sharing information about codebases.  The round of funding was led by Pitango First alongside TAU Ventures, Axon Ventures, Fundfire, as well as angel investors that included the founder of Snyk.  The … continue reading

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