Topic: collaboration

TigerGraph launches new version of TigerGraph Cloud

TigerGraph today announced new features for TigerGraph Cloud, including the addition of multi-user collaboration, integrated login, private networking options, and extended global cloud coverage.  The Enterprise IAM (Identity and Access Management) feature allows for a single enterprise account to manage multiple users and their role-based access with a holistic view of all solutions in one … continue reading

Mattermost 7.0 launched with custom apps and integrations

Mattermost 7.0 offers users the ability to develop custom apps and integrations so that users can communicate securely with native voice calls and screen sharing. Users can also leverage out-of-the-box workflow templates to improve technical team productivity and operations.  The Mattermost developer collaboration platform now features enhanced capabilities to enable real-time collaboration for critical developer … continue reading

JetBrains releases update for Datalore Enterprise

JetBrains announced the launch of Datalore Enterprise 2022.2, an update to its collaborative data science and BI platform for teams, available on-premises and in the private cloud. The new version can be set up in AWS, GCP, Azure or an on-premises machine with the new Docker-based installation. Users can also migrate to Kubernetes later on … continue reading

Microservices push the testing focus from UI to API

API testing has become more important than ever because the world of three-tier architectures and monolithic applications is being replaced by something much more complex. That has driven up the number of APIs in applications. According to Joachim Herschmann, senior director and analyst on the application design and development team at Gartner, the number of … continue reading

Hybrid work requires collaboration tools to keep developers connected

With the massive shift being seen towards a hybrid work environment, developers may find themselves struggling to maintain proper collaboration with their teams. Feeling disconnected from other members of your team has the potential to hurt the overall productivity of the organization, however, there are several tools on the market today that work to tackle … continue reading

Leading and collaborating with an engineering team in a hybrid/remote work setting

Crunchy or soggy? It’s a straightforward question. However, it’s likely that you’ve never invested much conscious thought into the answer before. It’s simply a part of who you are. When you join Slack’s engineering team, the answer matters. The more discerning among us ask clarifying questions. What percent? What kind? Eventually, though, we all find … continue reading

Drawing hybrid teams together with the new standalone Gliffy visual collaboration tool

This year has given us an entirely new realm of working — hybrid work — only a short while after many had to learn the full crash course on remote work during the pandemic.  With these constantly shifting workspaces, teams are testing uncharted territory while trying to maintain productivity and effective collaboration, especially for teams … continue reading

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

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