Topic: edge

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Luos

Luos is an open-source lightweight library that enables developers to develop and scale their edge and embedded distributed software.  Developers can create portable and scalable packages that they can share with teams and communities and the project’s engine encapsulates embedded features in services with APIs, providing direct access to hardware.  Remote control enables users to … continue reading

Akka switches to Business Source License version 1.1

Lightbend announced that it is switching the license for Akka, a set of open-source libraries for designing scalable, resilient systems that span cores and networks. The project ran on the Apache 2.0 license which has become increasingly risky when a small company solely carries the maintenance effort even though it is still the de facto … continue reading

Section’s new Kubernetes Edge interface allows organizations to deploy apps to the edge

Section announced a new Kubernetes Edge Interface (KEI) to allow organizations to deploy application workloads across a distributed edge as if it were a single cluster.  With the new interface, development teams can use familiar tools such as kubectl or Helm and deploy applications to a multi-cloud, multi-region and multi-provider network.  Section’s patented Adaptive Edge … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: WireMock

WireMock is a simulator for HTTP-based APIs that enables users to stay productive when an API that one depends on doesn’t exist or is incomplete. It supports the testing of edge use cases and failure modes that the real API won’t reliably produce.  The company behind the project, MockLab, was recently acquired by UP9. The … continue reading

Developers are gaining more tools for the edge

The edge is growing, and cloud providers know it. That’s why they’re creating more tools to help with embedded programming.  According to IDC’s research, edge computing is growing, with 73% of companies in 2021 saying that computing is a strategic initiative for them and they are already making investments to adopt it. Last year, especially, … continue reading

Wind River acquires Particle Design

Wind River has announced that it completed the acquisition of the UI/UX design company Particle Design which brings UI/UX capabilities to the new Wind River Studio offering.  Particle Design offers end-to-end UX research services that employ a range of methodologies  from ethnographic research to user evaluations and usability testing; its design services include prototyping, interaction … continue reading

Infrastructure management going extinct with serverless

It’s no surprise that organizations are trying to do more with less. In the case of managing infrastructure, they’re in fact trying to do much more in the area of provisioning software — not by lessening it but by eliminating infrastructure altogether, through the use of serverless technology.  According to Jeffrey Hammond, the vice president … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Creatio version 7.18, Android privacy updates, and the future of IE

The updated version of Creatio’s low-code platform for process automation and CRM includes a full cycle of process management, an accelerated time to market for new applications and more.  The platform’s updated low-code and developer tools enable users to build apps and processes faster with an improved UI and platform enhancements for external file data … continue reading

NVIDIA unleashes Jarvis conversational AI framework

NVIDIA announced its application framework for building conversational AI services is now available. The new NVIDIA Jarvis framework comes with pre-trained deep learning models and software tools to help developers create conversational AI services that can be easily deployed from the cloud or at the edge. According to the company, it offers automatic speech recognition … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft Azure Boards, Neo4j Aura Enterprise announced, and Cloud Security Alliance’s Cloud Controls Matrix v4

Microsoft is introducing Azure Boards to help users track their work with “drag-and-drop” capabilities right in the browser. Azure Boards enables developers to filter to individual users, export data into calendars, plan sprints and query for their work items. “Whether you’re a scrum master or someone who’s still brand new to Agile, you’ll benefit from … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MongoDB Atlas enables multi-cloud clusters, Git 2.29 released, and Neo4j Graph Data Science 1.4

MongoDB Atlas has been updated with multi-cloud clusters. According to the company, the solution enables developers to leverage the best from each cloud provider, including services such as AI, analytics, and serverless development products.  “With the availability of MongoDB Atlas multi-cloud clusters, customers can build, deploy and run powerful, highly available applications across different cloud … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Eggplant’s new cloud platform, Micro Focus Digital Safe 10 Archive and Supervisor, and Sonatype’s next-gen dependency management

Eggplant’s new cloud solution is designed to enable businesses to quickly and easily deploy its Digital Automation Intelligence (DAI) Platform, automate the entire test life cycle, and understand the quality of the experiences that are delivered. “Organizations can now quickly and easily quantify the impact of software updates, both pre and post release, to ensure … continue reading

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