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Microsoft Dev Box preview allows developers to create on-demand workstations

Microsoft today announced that the preview of Microsoft Dev Box is now publicly available. The managed service enables developers to create “on-demand, high-performance, secure, ready-to-code, project-specific workstations in the cloud,” the company said. Users can sign into the Azure portal and search for dev box to begin creating dev boxes for their organization.  “With Microsoft … continue reading

Report: Upskilling is becoming a major challenge for organizations

Having insufficient IT resources is one of the major challenges that IT organizations are facing today, and companies will need to implement upskilling programs in order to combat this.  According to DevOps Institute’s 2022 Upskilling IT report, 40% of those surveyed said that the resource skill shortage is one of their top three challenges. While … continue reading

The IT industry’s impact on climate change

Climate change is an issue that affects all of us, and as time passes on, it becomes more difficult to ignore the problem. Every industry plays some part in contributing to climate change and the technology industry is no exception.  On this week’s episode of the SD Times podcast “What the Dev?” SD Times Editor-in-Chief … continue reading

Tasktop announces Viz VSM Portfolio Insights and $100 million in funding

Tasktop announced its new Tasktop Viz VSM Portfolio Insights, which aims to bridge the IT-to-business gap for value stream management. The company also closed $100 million in new funding. According to the company, the VSM Portfolio Insights Dashboard rolls up metrics and analytics generated at the individual product value stream level to the executive plane. … continue reading

Melissa to showcase Unison Data Quality Management Platform

Online session will highlight the role of customizable, browser-based data quality management in easing path to data governance RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif., March 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Melissa, a leading provider of global data quality and address management solutions, today announced a free webinar designed to offer IT and business stakeholders insight on the role … continue reading

LeanIX adds microservice intelligence and Cleanshelf to its portfolio

The enterprise architecture and cloud governance company LeanIX made new SaaS management and microservices updates to its portfolio this week. The company announced it has acquired Cleanshelf, a SaaS management provider; and added Microservice Intelligence to its Continuous Transformation Platform.  Cleanshelf’s software provides an automated view of all SaaS applications in an enterprise, simplifies management … continue reading

Report finds chaos engineering can significantly decrease MTTR and increase availability

A new report revealed those who have successfully implemented chaos engineering have 99.9% or higher availability and greatly improved their mean time to resolution (MTTR).  Gremlin’s inaugural 2021 State of Chaos Engineering report found 23% of teams who frequently run chaos engineering projects had a MTTR of under 1 hour, and 60% under 12 hours. … continue reading

Chef announces new integrated DevSecOps portfolio for compliance, desktop management and app delivery

Chef announced new capabilities designed to enable coded enterprises to build competitive advantage through automation and DevSecOps innovations.  “Since our last ChefConf, we have been intensely focused on harnessing our long experience in operating at massive scale and speed while enabling unprecedented ease of use,” said Barry Crist, the CEO of Chef. The new Chef … continue reading

premium Increasing serverless capabilities are pushing architecture to market maturity

Serverless adoption has been growing rapidly as the market begins to mature and as enterprise applications continue to shift in the direction of containers and microservices.  The most prominent cloud providers including Amazon — which is at the forefront with its AWS Lambda offering — IBM, Microsoft, Google, and others have already released serverless computing … continue reading

COVID-19 pandemic response puts mainframes back in spotlight

Many governments and business-oriented services are running on mainframes, and the spike in mainframe activity due to the pandemic has prompted organizations to seek out COBOL skills and expedite new approaches to working with the systems and architecture.  Over 30.3 million Americans filed for unemployment insurance due to the COVID-19 throughout the six weeks of … continue reading

HCL: Global services and now software too

There has been a lot of curiosity among our subscribers about HCL Software, ever since the news of HCL’s acquisition of several product portfolios from IBM closed on July 1, 2019.   We were pleased to have the opportunity recently to sit down with Darren Oberst, the head of HCL Software, and get answers to … continue reading

Report: JavaScript becomes most in-demand developer technology

JavaScript is rising the ranks as the most in-demand developer technology. Pluralsight Technologies released its Technology Index, and found JavaScript to be at the top. Last year when the company released the index in April, JavaScript scored at number four.  Following JavaScript as the most in-demand technologies are Java, HTML, Python, C++, Android, C, C#, … continue reading

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