Topic: hpe

Docker for Mac and Windows now available, QA Symphony test-first survey released, and Aurelia 1.0—SD Times news digest: July 29, 2016

Docker for Mac and Docker for Windows are moving up in the world, and both are now out of beta, stable and ready for production. Among the changes from the beta version is a native development environment using hypervisors built into each operating system, which means no more VirtualBox. Docker tools integration has been improved, … continue reading

SD Times Blog: What sets Red Hat apart from the Valley

It’s difficult to find conferences these days that don’t take a Steve Jobs approach to the keynote, or a Marc Benioff approach to amenities and concerts. This week’s Red Hat Summit, however, cut its own path through Valley conference norms. While this was the company’s largest Summit yet held, it was also a new approach … continue reading

Free offline location library for Android, new software platform from HPE, and Trooly launches new technology for businesses—SD Times news digest: June 20, 2016

Android developers now have another way to create a faster and more efficient user experience for mobile apps. Unwired Labs, a provider of location technologies, announced the release of its Offline Location Library today, which allows developers to create an experience by retrieving location context in milliseconds even when GPS and Internet connectivity isn’t available. … continue reading

Docker and HPE announce alliance to modernize data centers

Docker and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) are teaming up to extend the reach of distributed apps across hybrid infrastructures and modernize the enterprise data center. Together the companies will provide engineering, support, services, and knowledge sharing solutions. As part of this strategic alliance, the companies have introduced the Docker-ready server program, a solution to ensure … continue reading

HPE evolves its ALM tool set

HPE wants to keep up with the ever-changing software development life cycles with the release of a new application life-cycle management (ALM) solution for DevOps and agile environments. The company unveiled HPE ALM Octane, designed to provide insights into software, speed up delivery, and ensure quality user experiences. According to the company, HPE ALM Octane … continue reading

A guide to Dev-Test-Ops offerings

BlazeMeter: BlazeMeter ensures delivery of high-performance software by enabling DevOps teams to quickly and easily run open-source-based performance tests against any mobile app, website or API at massive scale to validate performance at every stage of software delivery. The rapidly growing BlazeMeter community has more than 100,000 developers and includes prominent global brands such as … continue reading

In a Dev-Test-Ops environment, how much testing is enough?

Companies have heard the saying “test early and test often” more times than they can count, but in a DevOps environment, testing is an important aspect of the software development process. SD Times spoke with some experts about how much testing can be done in a Dev-Test-Ops environment, and how companies can determine how much … continue reading

EFF files lawsuit against DOJ, Intel to cut 11% of workforce, and Google.com might be dangerous—SD Times news digest: April 20, 2016

The Justice Department is seeing another lawsuit, this filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). It filed a Freedom of Information lawsuit to determine whether the government has used secret court orders to force technology companies to decrypt their customers’ private communications, according to an EFF announcement. The lawsuit against the DOJ states that it … continue reading

EFF hands out free certs for all

For years, securing your website meant paying a certificate authority for the privilege. But last summer, the Let’s Encrypt Project kicked off, led by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. It sought to provide a free source of SSL certificates, and as of yesterday, that goal has been met. In the time since Let’s Encrypt began its … continue reading

HPE introduces new Machine-Learning-as-a-Service offering

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is looking to take machine learning efforts mainstream with the availability of its cloud platform Haven OnDemand, designed to provide developers, startups and enterprises a way to build data-rich applications. The solution includes more than 60 machine learning APIs and services that deliver deep learning analytics. “The software industry is on … continue reading

Hortonworks collaborates with HP to improve Spark

Hortonworks, one of the three major Hadoop vendors, announced yesterday that it has been collaborating with HP to improve Apache Spark. The work has already yielded faster sort and in-memory computation for the project, as well as improved performance and usage for scalability. Hortonworks also announced the inclusion of Apache Kafka and Storm in its … continue reading

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