Topic: devops

HashiCorp releases Atlas, its first commercial DevOps product

After releasing five popular open-source technologies, HashiCorp is tying them all together with Atlas—a commercial DevOps and application-delivery product for developing, deploying, and maintaining applications on any infrastructure. Described in HashiCorp’s news release as an AWS-style application delivery SaaS for any public or private data center, Atlas unifies the company’s open-source projects (Vagrant, Packer, Serf, … continue reading

Mozilla’s VR website, Oracle’s Solaris Studio 12.4, and a continuous testing lab for Azure—SD Times news digest: Nov. 12, 2014

Mozilla wants to help advance virtual reality on the Web. The company recently unveiled MozVR.com, “a VR website about VR websites,” according to the company. MozVR is meant to share experimental virtual reality websites, provide resources for developers, and spotlight virtual reality Web projects. “We’ve designed MozVR to be a ‘native VR’ Web experience, made … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Nov. 4, 2014—Google updates Material Design, Dell and Red Hat coordinate on DevOps solution

Google’s Material Design gets another update Google is answering the comments and suggestions developers have been giving them about its material design by releasing another major update to the spec. One the biggest requests the company said it has received from developers and designers is quicker access to related developer documentation. Google has responded by … continue reading

Rackspace finds clear business benefits and increasing use of DevOps for rapid software development and deployment

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM–Over half (55 percent) of surveyed businesses have implemented DevOps practices 52 percent of these businesses have increased customer conversion and satisfaction 70 percent of businesses with DevOps outsource automation, allowing half of these businesses (50 percent) to focus on increasing innovation Rackspace, the managed cloud company, today announced the findings of a … continue reading

HP Mobile Center prepares apps for prime time

PALO ALTO, Calif. — HP announced HP Mobile Center, a new on-premise software solution for testing mobile application functionality and performance across real-world network conditions on real-devices. The solution allows customers to deliver high-quality mobile applications and ensure a consistent, positive user experience under any circumstance. Mobile applications are increasingly becoming the “front door” for a … continue reading

Tasktop 4.0 sets the standard for DevOps integration and unlocks the data behind the software delivery process

VANCOUVER, BC, October 28, 2014 – Tasktop, the leader in DevOps Integration and the creators of the Eclipse Mylyn open source tool, today announces Tasktop 4.0, a major product release for the company. Tasktop 4.0 advances the state of integration technology through an updated version of Tasktop Sync, the company’s DevOps Integration bus, and the … continue reading

CollabNet’s ‘Enterprise Agility Assessment’ Scales Agile, DevOps And Open Source Strategies To Speed Software Delivery

OUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.– CollabNet, the leader in Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) for Enterprise Agility, today announced its “Enterprise Agility Assessment” services package that helps software organizations streamline company-wide software delivery and increase responsiveness to customer needs. The services package includes a structured assessment of an organization’s current software delivery effectiveness, based on CollabNet’s Blueprint … continue reading

DevOps Enterprise Summit bashes silos

The DevOps Enterprise Summit, taking place this week in San Francisco, hosted talks from a variety of large businesses describing their trials and tribulations with merging their development and operations teams. The conference, which is sponsored by Electric Cloud, hosted talks from companies like Disney, GE, and Ticketmaster. Steve Brodie, CEO of Electric Cloud, said … continue reading

SD Times news digest: October 8, 2014—GitHub’s Student Developer Pack, IBM releases Watson APIs, Facebook’s open-source Chef tools

The GitHub Student Developer Pack GitHub has partnered with a host of commercial and open-source platforms to release the GitHub Student Developer Pack. The developer pack provides students with free access to developer tools. “There’s no substitute for hands-on experience, but for most students, real world tools can be cost prohibitive,” John Britton, education liaison … continue reading

Stackify Unveils a Revolutionary Smart Error and Log Management Solution

KANSAS CITY, MO, Oct 6th 2014, – Stackify, the developer of an innovative cloud-based application monitoring, performance and troubleshooting platform for developers and operations, has released its next generation Error and Log Management (SmartELM) solution – unifying two product categories and expediting time to resolution. Stackify’s SmartELM solution provides the first of its kind integrated error tracking and logging … continue reading

Analyst Watch: The 12 characteristics of modern application development

We are witnessing a transformation in application development tools and techniques that is changing how enterprise software is being constructed and deployed. This transformation is the broadening of mobile application development approaches initially instigated by the mobile revolution (yes, the iPhone changed everything) to embrace initiatives for back-end Internet of Things architectures and even employee … continue reading

Velocity NYC: Myths of enterprise control

Amid the many Web operations and performance presentations at the New York Velocity Conference, one keynote tackled the role of DevOps and developers in driving enterprise innovation. Justin Arbuckle, chief enterprise architect for IT infrastructure automation provider Chef, gave a keynote on “Myths of Control,” gleaned from his two decades of experience in large financial … continue reading

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