Topic: data

SD Times news digest: Appian’s low-code automation platform released, Cloudflare data localization, and Lucy cybersecurity awareness platform

The new version of Appian’s low-code automation platform is designed to make it easier for IT to drive rapid and substantial business value from new and powerful enterprise automation technologies.  “Through the course of 2020, the urgency for fast and powerful process automation became undeniable as organization struggled with the distributed workforces, broken processes, and … continue reading

Let the data model do the work

Losing control of data is a common dilemma. Much of it boils down to one thing — enterprises have so much data from so many sources, they simply cannot keep track of where it all lives. Even the basic sources of data expand by multitudes as an enterprise grows. Building a data model within a … continue reading

Test automation does away with the mundane, and frees up testers for the creative domain

The drastic increase in volume of tests and the speed of software production has necessitated more efficient automated testing to handle repetitive tasks. The growing “shift-left” approach in Agile development processes has also pushed testing much earlier in the application life cycle.  “There is a challenge to testing in the sense that we need to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: JetBrains WebStorm 2020.3, Instana Enterprise Observability for Microservices now available on AWS, Informatica’s new data lake management solution

This latest release of JetBrains’ JavaScript IDE is packed with many long-awaited enhancements, including support for Tailwind CSS, the ability to sync one’s IDE theme with their OS settings, and Git staging. WebStorm 2020.3 also includes a new welcome screen, the ability to sync the IDE theme with your OS settings, improvements for working with … continue reading

The move from RDBMS to NoSQL requires optimizing over time

Businesses are quickly moving to NoSQL databases to meet performance and scalability requirements that today’s troves of data demand. The shift from relational database management systems (RDBMS) to NoSQL is becoming increasingly prevalent.  “Most applications that we see go to NoSQL are Greenfield, but we’ve also started to see more migrations recently from relational backends … continue reading

Topcoder announces its 2020 innovation award winners

The crowdsourcing company Topcoder announced the winners of its 2020 innovation awards, which were designed to recognize customers and individuals who did exceptional work on the Topcoder platform and within the community. The awards spanned six categories: cutting edge, enterprise resiliency, power user, public sector, program of the year, and the Wipro partnership award.  And … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Scrum Guide update, Aerospike adds expressions for NoSQL Database 5, and DataStax released K8ssandra

Scrum.org has announced updates to the Scrum Framework as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. Updates include simplified language, less prescriptive and emphasis on the Scrum team and its need to be self-managing.  “Over the years, the Scrum Guide started getting a bit more prescriptive, yet our goal has always been to retain it as a … continue reading

Exadel announced the release of CompreFace, an open-source facial recognition application

Exadel, a global provider of digital software engineering solutions and services, announced the release of CompreFace, an open-source facial recognition application. CompreFace can be integrated as a standalone service or deployed via the cloud. It’s convenient API offers state-of-the-art facial recognition. To get started with Compreface, visit: (https://github.com/exadel-inc/CompreFace#overview) “Facial recognition technology is being rapidly adopted across … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Infragistics updates Ignite UI for React and web components, GrapeCity .NET product line, and UiPath Automation Platform

Infragistics announced the release of Ignite UI for React, and Ignite UI for web components. The new releases   include new features to the Ignite UI Data Grid and one new preview component. The component includes cell editing in the data grid, which enables the user to edit the data presented to them in a web … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Platform to migrate build systems to Bazel, Databricks launches SQL Analytics, and Secure Code Warrior Missions

Android announced that it would migrate all of its current build systems to Bazel.  While components of Bazel have been already checked into the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) source tree, this will be a phased migration over the next few Android releases and will include many concrete and digestible milestones to make the transformation … continue reading

Data quality: It’s a matter of trust

Businesses rely on data to make decisions that drive their bottom line. But if they can’t trust the data, or the analysis of the data, they lose the ability to move with more certainty that what they’re doing is correct. Data quality has many different inputs and dimensions. IDC research director Steward Bond said that … continue reading

Precisely delivers first end-to-end data integrity suite for confident business decisions

Precisely announced the Precisely Data Integrity Suite, a modular, interoperable suite that provides maximum accuracy, consistency, and context in data for confident business decisions. The Precisely Data Integrity Suite is the first suite to span the full spectrum of data integrity, delivering accuracy and consistency through best-in-class data quality and data integration capabilities, and context through … continue reading

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