Topic: data

Capital One fined $80 million for 2019 data breach

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) assessed an $80 million civil money penalty against Capital One for its role in the 2019 hack of 100 million credit card applications.  The OCC reached the decision due to “the bank’s failure to establish effective risk assessment processes prior to migrating significant information technology operations … continue reading

Survey: Developers claim responsibility for managing data quality

Almost half the developers responding to a data quality survey by SD Times and Melissa indicated they are responsible for managing the quality of the data their applications rely on. Further, more than half of the 202 respondents said they were involved in data quality input, data quality management, choosing validation APIs or API data … continue reading

Guest View: Data-driven software development — cloud-native, open source, and collaborative

Data is more available than ever before, and copious amounts of new data are collected every day. But if there’s one major impediment to helping organizations unlock the full value of their data, it’s the fact that data hasn’t truly been democratized. In large part, data is simply not accessible for far too many professionals … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Remembering Frances Allen, Syncfusion charts control for Uno, and Google Grasshopper Gallery on desktop

Frances “Fran” Allen, the first female IBM Fellow and the first woman to win the Turing Award, died on August 4, 2020, the day of her 88th birthday. She was a pioneer in compiler organization and optimization algorithms and made seminal contributions to the world of computing. Her work on inter-procedural analysis and automatic parallelization … continue reading

CData emerges as a data connectivity platform — without the platform

With the explosion of data from today’s increasingly complex systems, the issue of data connectivity becomes more important than ever. CData, which has grown as a provider of drivers for data connectivity, is positioned for growth as a data connectivity platform — just without the platform. Instead, CData is focused on bringing data connectivity capabilities … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Yellowbrick and Protegrity data security partnership, Netlify to support self-hosted Git repos and Hasura Cloud

Yellowbrick Data and Protegrity are teaming up to provide advanced data security and privacy solutions.  “Protegrity delivers leading-edge data security and privacy solutions to the world’s largest enterprises across the leading platforms and data stores,” said Allen Holmes, vice president of business development at Yellowbrick Data. “Combined with the power and scale of Yellowbrick’s hybrid … continue reading

Apache Arrow 1.0.0 now available

The Apache Arrow team has announced the release of Apache Arrow 1.0.0. Apache Arrow is a development platform for in-memory analytics.  Version 1.0.0 is the 18th release of the platform. It features 810 resolved issues from 100 contributors.  According to the team, this release marks a transition to binary stability of the columnar format and … continue reading

Cloudflare releases new developer serverless solution

Cloudflare has unveiled a new serverless solution to compete with AWS Lambda. The release of Cloudflare Workers Unbound offers a serverless platform for developers to run complicated computing workloads across the Cloudflare network and pay only for what they use. According to the company, the new solution can save users up to 75% for the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Xen Project Hypervisor 4.14, Ensono’s mainframe modernization capabilities, and Apache’s weekly roundup

The Xen Project announced the latest version of its open-source hypervisor. Xen Project Hypervisor 4.14 introduces Linux subdomains, better nested performance, more robust live patching and reflects contributions from across the community and ecosystem.  A new development made in the Xen Project Functional Safety Working group is the successful drafting of prototype requirement documents and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Perforce Software acquires Methodics, Android basics in Kotlin, and TileDB’s round of funding

Perforce Software announced that it acquired Methodics, a provider of intellectual property life cycle management and traceability solutions for enterprises. Perforce explained the acquisition will help it expand its DevOps portfolio. “The semiconductor and embedded software design markets continue to expand, especially as they serve growing AI, automotive, cloud, and IoT markets,” said Mark Ties, … continue reading

Apache APISIX becomes ASF top-level project

Apache APISIX, the cloud-native API gateway used to handle interface traffic for web, mobile, and IoT applications, just reached Top-Level Project status at the Apache Software Foundation. Apache APISIX is based on Nginx and etcd.  “Thanks to the help of our mentors, contributors and the Apache Incubator, Apache APISIX has now graduated as a Top-Level … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Lumos

This week’s featured open-source project is Lumos, a Python library built to compare metrics between two datasets, accounting for population differences and invariant features. Lumos was open sourced this month by Microsoft. In a technical paper that shows the results from a real-world deployment of Lumos in Microsoft RTC applications , the Microsoft team wrote: … continue reading

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