Topic: container

Reordering issues in GitHub, SUSE joins Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance, and Twistlock announces US$10 million in series A funding—SD Times news digest: July 6, 2016

At GitHub, developers can now reorder issues and pull requests, and indicate priority by moving them higher or lower down their list. For developers, this is an easy way to indicate which milestones or labels in GitHub a teammate should focus on first. After a developer has grouped issues and pull requests within a milestone, they … continue reading

Scratch Blocks, Univa announces Navops Command, and Mozilla request to intervene denied—SD Times news digest: May 18, 2016

Young learners can now design and program creative interfaces with a new generation of graphical programming blocks, named Scratch Blocks. Google announced a collaboration with the MIT Media Lab’s Scratch Team, and released today an open-source developer preview of Scratch Blocks, which builds on the company’s Blockly technology. Scratch Blocks focuses on creating new software … continue reading

FileMaker 15 enables custom app development, Rancher HA simplified, and Facebook’s AI backbone—SD Times news digest: May 10, 2016

FileMaker has announced the newest release of its custom app platform, FileMaker 15, which has new features in automation, mobility, performance and security. The new features for mobility include Touch ID support, which allows developers to access their custom apps with their finger, including with 3D Touch support. There are automation and integration features that … continue reading

Wercker Workflows available for managing container pipelines for distributed apps

To give developers the tools they need to build complex applications, Wercker, a container-centric developer automation platform, announced the general availability of Wercker Workflows so developers can manage their custom Docker container pipelines for distributed applications and microservices. Users will be able to manage the build and other phases of the development workflow with this … continue reading

Survey finds roadblocks keep developers from fully adopting containers

In a survey of more than 300 software developers, Shippable reported that a majority are increasing their use of containers for their applications, but a few challenges are still in the way of widespread container adoption. Shippable worked with research firm Survata to conduct the survey, which found that one third of developers think release … continue reading

Microsoft pulls Android’s ‘Hey Cortana,’ Amazon’s EC2 Container Registry, and Microsoft’s Coding4Fun—SD Times news digest: Dec. 22, 2015

Cortana has been pulled out from the Google Play Store because saying “Hey Cortana” was causing problems for the microphone of several Android devices. The saying was interfering with Google Now’s “Ok Google” feature, according to Android Community. It’s not determined yet if the microphone problems are the sole cause of the removal of the … continue reading

Twistlock takes on enterprise Docker container security

A startup aims to reinforce enterprise Docker with a new virtual container security suite. Twistlock, a startup based in Tel Aviv and San Francisco that recently emerged from stealth mode, today announced the Twistlock enterprise security suite for containers. The end-to-end solution includes an open-source containerized application framework for developers as well as an enterprise … continue reading

DARPA’s brain interface, Android WebView beta channel, and CoreOS’ Docker runtime option proposal—SD Times news digest: Feb. 17, 2015

The U.S. Defense Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced it is developing a brain interface to inject images directly into the human visual cortex via a “cortical modem” chip implanted in the brain. DARPA announced the project at the Biology Is Technology conference this past week and subsequently in the transhumanist magazine Humanity Plus. DARPA Biological … continue reading

Microsoft’s guide to deploying ASP.NET on Azure with Docker containers

Along with much of the software industry, Microsoft is betting on Docker. The company announced a wide-ranging partnership with Docker back in October, as well as planned integrations with Windows Server and Microsoft Azure. Microsoft is in the process of following through on the Azure front, detailing the four steps needed to run an ASP.NET … continue reading

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