Topic: confluent

SD Times news digest: Microsoft acquires Citus Data, JFrog partners with Risk Based Security, and SmartBear TestComplete 14.0

Microsoft has announced that it has acquired Citus Data. Microsoft launched a community-based database service for PostgreSQL in March of last year, and Citus is an open source extension to PostgreSQL. According to Microsoft, this acquisition builds on Azure’s commitment to open source and will allow it to provide scalability and improved performance. “Together, Microsoft … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android P cryptography changes, Mozilla’s code review experiment and Confluent Platform 4.1

Google has announced cryptography changes in Android P. The company plans to deprecate some functionality from the BC provider in order to avoid additional costs and risks. In the later release, it plans to remove the deprecated functionality entirely. “In a previous post, we announced that the Crypto provider was deprecated beginning in Android Nougat. Since … continue reading

Apache Kafka

Confluent’s annual Apache Kafka report, Gemalto finalizes 3M product acquisition, and ASCI’s ActiveBatch Extension for Hadoop — SD Times news digest: May 5, 2017

Confluent shared its second annual Apache Kafka report this week, which demonstrates a surge in the use of Kafka. The survey also reveals that companies are implementing Kafka for “more accurate and faster decision making, reduced operating costs, improved customer experiences, and reduced risks,” according to the survey. “The results from this year’s Apache Kafka … continue reading

Atlassian pushes its ecosystem

Atlassian continued its push to bring development teams together at the opening of its annual Summit in San Jose. Highlights from today included dozens of integration announcements from partners, as well as new features for BitBucket and other product lines. BitBucket now offers large file support and development pipelines, as both features were officially released … continue reading

AppDynamics announces new Microservices iQ, Adaptiva Windows 10 survey, and hidden gems in Visual Studio—SD Times news digest: Aug. 1, 2016

AppDynamics announced Microservices iQ, a performance engine that will help enterprises deliver application performances for its customers. The AppDynamics Summer ‘16 release will deliver Microservices iQ with monitoring, management and optimization of microservices architectures. Since more enterprises are adopting microservices instead of monolithic applications, they rely on microservices that can accelerate deployments and help them … continue reading

Confluent Platform 3 brings new Kafka, control center

Confluent this week introduced its first commercial product, Confluent Control Center, as part of the newly released Confluent Platform 3.0 and Apache Kafka 0.10.0. The combined package is aimed at operationalizing Kafka-based streaming applications and near real-time data processing efforts. Neha Narkhede, cofounder and CTO of Confluent (and one of the creators of Kafka), said, … continue reading

Kafka summit highlights lack of bugs

Jay Kreps, the creator of Kafka, gave the keynote yesterday at the first Kafka Summit in San Francisco, where attendees learned about this Apache real-time stream processing platform and how fast it is growing. Originally built by Kreps at LinkedIn, Kafka has grown to become one of the most popular stream processing platforms out there. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: November 7, 2014—Google’s successful Google Play app guide, auto-correct for programmers, Confluent: an Apache Kafka real-time data startup

Google’s guide for successful Google Play apps Google is releasing a guide to provide developers with best practices and tools to help their apps be successful on Google Play. The guide, “The Secrets to App Success on Google Play,” will be split up into seven sections: publishing on Google Play; quality; discoverability and reach; engagement … continue reading

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