SD Times news digest: BrowserStack debugging tools, Snowflake on Microsoft Azure and System.IO.Pipelines

BrowserStack is announcing new debugging tools and native mobile functionalities to its web and mobile app testing platform. In addition, the company announced it is adding new devices to its Real Device Cloud coverage with support for Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ and the 2018 Apple iPad. Support for iPhone 6, 6s, 6s Plus and 2018 … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Splice Machine data platform now available on Azure, Mozilla’s mobile test pilot and Xen Project Hypervisor 4.11

Splice Machine has announced its data platform for intelligent apps is now available on Microsoft Azure. According to the company, this will give users an option to use the platform to deploy on premise, on AWS and now on Azure. The data platform is designed to help developers easily build and deploy predictive apps without … continue reading

GitLab announces plans to move from Microsoft Azure to Google Cloud Platform

As part of its plan to improve the performance and reliability of GitLab, the company has announced it is migrating the site from Microsoft Azure to Google Cloud Platform. According to the company, it wanted to move to GCP so that it could run GitLab on Kubernetes. Earlier this year, GitLab shipped native integration with … continue reading

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Microsoft announces new data collaboration repository

Microsoft wants to improve global collaboration among the data research community with the release of Microsoft Research Open Data, a data repository stored in the cloud. The repository will provide a single platform for Microsoft researchers and collaborators to share datasets, technologies, and tools. It will also have an option to copy datasets directly to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: React Native rearchitecture, .NET Core 2.1 for Red Hat and Python in Visual Studio

With the release of Facebook’s State of React Native 2018, the company has announced it is working on a large-scale rearchitecture of the framework. The rearchitecture is meant to make the framework more flexible and enable it to integrate better with native infrastructure in hybrid JavaScript/native apps. The company says it will take what it … continue reading

Talking Azure migration with Microsoft’s Corey Sanders

Microsoft has divided the process of moving on-premises workloads and applications to the cloud into three key steps: Assess, migrate and optimize. Once the assessment of existing infrastructure, applications and dependencies is complete, there are four general options for undergoing an application migration to Azure. Those are: re-hosting or lift and shift, refactoring with containers, … continue reading

Migrating to Microsoft Azure

One of the first things cloud architect Bill Zack did after moving from Connecticut to Nashville in 2013 was to form a Microsoft Azure User Group. Launched with just four initial members, the Nashville Azure User Group has a membership well above 800 and growing. “It’s been exploding,” Zack says of the user group in … continue reading

Mapbox brings vision and augmented reality to location-based apps

Mapbox has announced new solutions for developers looking to take their location-based solutions to the next level. The company announced native AR capabilities and a Vision SDK at its Locate conference in San Francisco this week. The new Native AR capabilities comes in the form of two SDKs: Apple SceneKit SDK and React Native AR … continue reading

Innovative tools showcased at Microsoft Build conference

Several new and updated tools showcased at Microsoft’s Build developer conference in Seattle revealed how partners are following the trends toward AI, new software architectures and modernization. Here is a look at their news announcements: Progress announces Conversational UI for chatbot apps Progress today announced the May 16 availability Conversational UI, a set of controls … continue reading

TimeXtender Discovery Hub is now Microsoft Azure certified

TimeXtender, a recognized global software company enabling instant access to any type of data in the organization to support advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI), today announced that its Discovery Hub solution has been tested, approved and certified for readiness and compatibility to run in  Microsoft Azure environments. With this certification, Discovery Hub is now … continue reading

SD Times news digest: AppOrbit 2.0, Microsoft Azure Databricks, and Google’s developer scholarships in Africa

AppOrbit has announced the release of a new version of its application platform. AppOrbit is a modern app platform designed to automate the management of apps, data and security. Version 2.0 of the platform features additional networking and security capabilities that allow apps to be encapsulated in a secure Application Capsule and operate only at … continue reading

Microsoft celebrates Cognitive Services milestones with new AI capabilities

Microsoft announced new vision and search AI-based capabilities are now available as part of Microsoft Cognitive Services. Microsoft Cognitive Services is a collection of cloud-hosted APIs that enable developers to add vision, speech, language, knowledge and search capabilities to their iOS, Android and Windows apps. “For years, Microsoft researchers have been pushing the boundaries of … continue reading

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