Topic: iot

SD Times news digest: F5 acquires Volterra to create Edge 2.0 for the enterprise, WinUI 3 preview 3 released, and Intel’s RealSense ID Facial Authentication

F5 has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Volterra, a universal edge-as-a-service platform provider, for approximately $440 million in cash. According to F5, it will incorporate Volterra’s technology platform to create its own edge platform built for enterprises and service providers that will focus on security and scalability.  “With Volterra, we advance … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Vercel raises $40 million to “build the next web,” AWS IoT Greengrass 20, and Lightrun’s new observability integrations

Vercel has announced a $40 million round of funding to “help everyone build the next web.” Vercel is a cloud platform for static sites and serverless functions that focuses on helping front-end development. The round of funding was led by GV and included Greenoaks Capital, Bedrock Capital, Geodesic Capital, Accel Partners and CRV.  The company … continue reading

SD Times news digest: DataKitchen’s DataOps Transformation Advisory Service, Netlify team overview, and Rackspace’s new IoT solutions

The new DataOps advisory service by DataKitchen aims to help customers achieve an enterprise DataOps transformation by leveraging industry-leading DataOps expertise and the company’s critical capabilities necessary to launch a successful and sustainable DataOps initiative. Customers can now choose from a menu of services such as Strategic DataOps, Technical DataOps, Maturity Model Assessment, DataOps Dojo … continue reading

Report: Security, connectivity, and data collection remain top concerns for IoT developers

A new report has revealed security, connectivity, and data collection and analytics are the top three concerns for Internet of Things (IoT) developers. Thirty-nine percent of respondents cited security as a concern, 27% for connectivity, and 26% for data collection and analysis.  The 2020 IoT Developer Survey conducted by the Eclipse Foundation was completed using … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: WebThings

Mozilla has announced its Internet of Things platform Mozilla WebThings is now an independent open-source project that will now just be known as WebThings. According to the company, it wants to wind down direct investment and transition control and responsibility to the open-source community.  The company first announced the platform for monitoring and controlling devices … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Planview acquires AI/ML company Aptage, AWS IoT SiteWise, and Docker teams up with AWS on bringing apps to the cloud

Planview announced the acquisition of Aptage, which focuses on the application of AI/ML to portfolio management and work management. “For Planview, the acquisition of Aptage brings data science and domain expertise in AI/ML. Not only will that accelerate the company’s current roadmap in AI/ML – a growing area of focus for the market and our … continue reading

The HCL Software DevOps portfolio expands with three major releases

HCL Software expanded its software DevOps team and product portfolio with the releases of three major tools: HCL Accelerate 2.0, HCL Launch 7.1, and HCL OneTest 10.1.  “Digital transformation investments are really accelerating and companies are doubling down here. We see a whole slew of investment in collaboration security tools but Agile, IT, delivery, and … continue reading

Edge security is a paradox

The security of edge devices presents both a major challenge and an opportunity for building more modern edge security practices. Edge devices exist outside of the protections that IT data centers provide, according to Patrick Sullivan, the global director of security at Akamai.  One of the most prominent concerns is the physical security of the … continue reading

Technology advances and demands for speed are driving enterprises to the edge

The popularity of edge computing has greatly increased as more industries are adopting IoT devices and are increasing their demand for low-latency processing and real-time, automated decision-making solutions.  Both the evolution of technologies surrounding edge computing, such as 5G, and the industry demand for its benefits, such as speed and low latency, have created a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Blackberry to collaborate with AWS on connected vehicle software, Wi-Fi 6 , and Clojure for Erlang VM

Blackberry announced that it would collaborate with AWS on connected vehicle software, combining Blackberry’s QNX real-time operating system with AWS’ IoT services.  Car companies can leverage this platform to enable functions such as continuous EV battery life monitoring and prediction, managing vehicle sub-systems to holistically control warranty costs, providing important security updates and updates.  “By … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Django 3.0, Qt Marketplace now available, and Ockam raises $4.9 million for IoT development

Django 3.0 was released with Python 3.6, 3.7 and 3.8 support and third-party library support for older version of Django. Djano is a Python-based web framework designed to help developers build apps faster with less code. The latest release also includes support for MariaDB and ASGI and includes exclusion constraints on PostgreSQL, filter expressions, enumerations … continue reading

What developers need to know about 5G applications

A Gartner survey released at the end of last year revealed that two-thirds of organizations planned on deploying 5G by 2020. 5G will enable a number of use cases, such as IoT communications, but in order to reap the benefits, developers will need to learn to develop for 5G.  According to Michael Rasalan, director of … continue reading

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