Topic: hp

HP announces Grommet framework, Machine architecture and company split plans

HP rolled out a slew of new products and company announcements at the HP Discover conference in Las Vegas, including the Grommet open-source app development framework, new Machine architecture, and a timeline for its split into HP Inc. and HP Enterprise. In addition to the developer-focused functional test automation solution covered earlier in the week, … continue reading

RSA conference highlights changing threats

Software developers still reeling from the constant security failures throughout the open-source stack in 2014 can take at least some comfort from the proceedings at this year’s RSA Conference in San Francisco. Most of the solutions, talks and products discussed at the show are not focused on the developer-induced security flaws that caused such a … continue reading

Android usage, Xamarin for Students, and HP’s cloud computing—SD Times news digest: April 8, 2015

Android Lollipop is slowly making its way to more and more users. In February, it was reported that only 1.6% were using Lollipop. But the operating system made it to 3.3% in March, and now Google has revealed that 5.4% of users are using either Android 5.0 or 5.1. Lollipop’s usage now surpasses Android Froyo, … continue reading

Flexibility is critical for Big Data analytics

Big Data analytics is transforming the way entire industries operate, and yet individual organizations are still struggling to unlock the value of their data. Given the speed at which businesses operate today, a lot of tool and platform providers are attempting to balance the power and scalability of their offerings with ease of use. Although … continue reading

DevOps and business forge a new definition of APM

Applications are growing more complex and living on a wider range of platforms than ever before, and the application performance-management space is evolving along with them. APM platforms are providing more unified, flexible and predictive monitoring hubs for developers and operations, spurred to deliver more targeted application information faster. At the heart of this changing … continue reading

Known issues continue to threaten software security, report says

Despite the efforts to defend against software vulnerabilities, businesses are still being compromised through known security issues. HP Security Research just released its 2015 Cyber Risk Report, which revealed a majority of bugs exploited in 2014 took advantage of code written years ago, and 44% of known breaches came from vulnerabilities that are two to … continue reading

A Big Data roundup from Strata + Hadoop World

Databricks announces DataFrames for Spark Apache Spark platform provider Databricks has announced DataFrames, a new API for Apache Spark 1.3 designed to simplify distributed data processing for more immediate Spark use. The DataFrames API was built to resemble R and Python data frames, providing a familiar interface for data scientists and building on the Spark … continue reading

New Watson Developer Cloud services, Microsoft awards HP bug bounty, new developer job search website launched—SD Times news digest: Feb. 5, 2015

IBM has added five new beta services to its Watson Developer Cloud, a cognitive computing platform that has a collection of APIs and SDKs for developers to build applications integrated with the processing capabilities of IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence. Building upon eight existing services, the Watson Developer Cloud’s five new services include speech-to-text translation, text-to-speech … continue reading

HP’s virtual reality monitors, BYOD and a new CSS framework—SD Times news digest: Jan. 5, 2015

HP has announced a new set of computer monitors with interactive virtual reality displays. The new HP Zvr virtual reality display allows users to rotate, manipulate and navigate virtual-holographic 3D images. “HP’s new displays complement our goal of delivering new technologies that maximize the visual experience and change the way people work and create,” said … continue reading

More turn to open source in 2014

In some ways, open source in 2014 meant more than it ever had in years prior. Where once Linux was the primary standard-bearer of open source in the enterprise, in 2014 there were too many gigantic open-source projects appealing to enterprises that it’s difficult to pick just one to hold up as the model for … continue reading

Microsoft’s open-source .NET Core plans, IBM’s Watson Analytics beta, and more bad news about the Sony hack—SD Times news digest: Dec. 5, 2014

Microsoft has laid out plans for the open-source release of .NET Core, and how it fits into .NET 2015 and the company’s overall strategy. .NET Framework program manager Immo Landwerth explained the strategy in a blog post, giving an overview of .NET Core, how it will be released open-source and what role .NET Core will … continue reading

OpenStack is open for business

Four years have passed since the project to create an open-source IT stack began between NASA and Rackspace. Two years have passed since the creation of the OpenStack Foundation, the governing body behind the large ecosystem of open-source projects that make up OpenStack. The here and now of OpenStack resembles much of what was promised … continue reading

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