Topic: infrastructure

Eyefluence joins Google, report finds smartwatch market decline, and Capriza introduces universal micro apps product—SD Times news digest: Oct. 25, 2016

Eyefluence, a company known for its eye-interaction technology, is joining the Google team. According to a blog post by Michelle Hodgden, marketing manager at Eyefluence, the company has been building advanced eye-interaction technology, and has found ways to interact with augmented and virtual reality displays. With Google, its team can continue to advance eye-interaction technology … continue reading

ScaleFT, Packet, CoreOS create server sharing experiment for developers

Sharing servers can be as easy as sharing pictures and videos on social media platforms. ScaleFT, Packet, and CoreOS have joined together to show developers just how easy this is, allowing them to log into a cloud server as they would with other applications. The organizations launched a sharing server experiment on August 7, International Friends … continue reading

BigPanda gets bigger bank account, adds partnerships

It’s one thing for organizations to look at periodic alerts from their IT infrastructure, triage them and then remediate the problem (if necessary). In today’s Big Data world, though, there might be as many as 70,000 alerts coming through. That makes effective response nearly impossible. Assaf Resnick recognized this problem when he founded BigPanda in … continue reading

GitLab releases security fixes, Pants 1.0, and Sauce Labs integration for JIRA—SD Times news digest: May 3, 2016

GitLab is strongly recommending users upgrade to any of the newest versions for GitLab 8.2 through 8.7 GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE) because they contain security fixes. One of the security fixes is for a critical privilege escalation. GitLab said that during an internal code review, it discovered a critical security flaw … continue reading

Spotify is moving to the Google Cloud, Java 9 addresses GTK 3 GUI toolkit , and Twitter introduces a Fabric mobile app—SD Times news digest: Feb. 24, 2016

Spotify has announced it is working with the Google Cloud Platform team to provide platform infrastructure for Spotify everywhere. In the past, Spotify has taken a traditional approach by buying or leasing data center space, server hardware and networking gear close to its customers. This has allowed it to deliver music instantly, wherever the customers … continue reading

AquaJS framework for Node.js is open source and in beta

An open-source framework wants to tackle the challenges presented by moving to microservices and speed up application development so programmers do not have to spend as much time building software infrastructure. AquaJS is a framework for Node.js that was created at Equinix, which provides carrier-neutral datacenters and Internet exchanges for interconnection. AquaJS was developed to … continue reading

Canonical and Joyent bring container-native infrastructure to Linux

Canonical and Joyent have announced a partnership enabling container-native Linux images to run directly on bare-metal Ubuntu using Joyent’s Triton Elastic Container Infrastructure. Triton, Joyent’s container stack announced back in March to extend Docker deployments directly on bare metal, was released with general availability earlier this week. Triton is compatible with all major Linux distributions, … continue reading

GoDaddy revamps Node.js Web infrastructure with a little Nodejitsu

Node.js is quickly becoming the JavaScript runtime powering the next generation of Web development, and GoDaddy aims to extend the technology to one of the Web’s most expansive, ubiquitous frontiers: domain hosting. As part of a complete infrastructure overhaul almost two years in the making, GoDaddy recently completed its “acqui-hire” of Nodejitsu, a Node.js deployment … continue reading

Joyent launches Triton Elastic Container Infrastructure platform

Joyent, the cloud infrastructure provider that serves as the steward of Node.js, today announced Triton, a new “elastic” container infrastructure stack that extends Docker deployments directly on bare metal. Consisting of a cloud-based service along with Triton Enterprise for on-premises deployment, Triton virtualizes the data center as a single, elastic Docker host, removing orchestration layers … continue reading

Survey: 70% of enterprises adopting Docker containers

As Docker and application container software become more widespread in deployment automation, enterprises are jumping on the bandwagon in droves. Docker automation startup StackEngine published the results of its inaugural “State of Containers” survey, polling 745 respondents in the enterprise virtualization and cloud computing space. The survey found that 70% of respondents’ organizations are either … continue reading

Distelli brings AWS-style server deployment to the masses

The rise of cloud computing platforms forces developers to contend with managing hundreds of virtualized servers at a time. But one startup wants to make deployment as simple and ubiquitous a process as third-party and open-source tools have rendered writing and building code. Distelli is an agent-based SaaS platform that downloads to any kind of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: October 16, 2014—Cloudera and Red Hat team up for Big Data, Windows App Studio beta, Kotlin M9 and Terraform 0.3

Microsoft updates Windows App Studio Beta Microsoft aims to make building Windows Phone apps easier with the updated release of Windows App Studio beta. The App Studio was launched over a year ago, and since then about 1 million app projects have been created and almost 50,000 apps have been published to the Windows Store … continue reading

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