SD Times news digest: Red Hat Decision Manger 7, Apache NetBeans 9.0 beta, and new cybersecurity task force

Red Hat has released Decision Manager 7, its low-code development solution for business rules. Decision Manager is designed to allows citizen developers to build applications that automate business decisions. “It’s entirely possible to create a fully working application purely by creating the business rules in Decision Manager,” said Phil Simpson, JBoss product marketing manager at … continue reading

Riding herd over your microservices

By now, the benefits of microservices have been well established. Realibabily. Scalability. Productivity. What you don’t hear about are the tradeoffs, challenges and complexities it takes to transition from a monolith to a microservice. All of these smaller components in a microservice may make it easier to develop software, but instead of only having one … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Why microservices need Service Mesh

More of today’s backend developers are embracing microservices so they can iterate faster and avoid single points of application or website failure. However, what they gain in speed can be at least partially offset by offset by the complexity of operating, debugging, and coordinating changes in a Microservices system. Microservices communicate over the network and … continue reading

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Red Hat to acquire CoreOS for $250 million

Red Hat has announced plans to acquire Kubernetes and container-native solution provider CoreOS. CoreOS is known for its enterprise Kubernetes platform Tectonic. Tectonic is designed to provide automated operations and portability across private and public cloud providers. The acquisition is expected to close at $250 million. “The next era of technology is being driven by … continue reading

Report: Five microservices trends you should know about

Microservices is moving away from just a buzz term to a proven strategy in the software development industry. As more organizations begin to adopt microservices, they can rely on lessons learned from those before them. Red Hat recently conducted a survey to find out how teams are using microservices to their advantage; what the the … continue reading

Continuous deployment tool DeployHub now certified by Red Hat

In an effort to make application release automation easier for DevOps teams, Red Hat has announced DeployHub OSS and Pro by OpenMake is now certified by the company and available in its Connect Container Catalog. DeployHub OSS is an “open source continuous deployment tool built by developers for developers to achieve agile DevOps,” according to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: LoWPAN support for Android Things, JBoss EAP 7.1, and Xen Project Hypervisor 4.10

Google is releasing API support for configuring and managing Low-power Wireless Personal Area Network (LoWPAN) technology. This support will be available in the Android Things Developer Preview 6.1. LoWPAN technologies are designed for “peer-to-peer usage on constrained battery-powered devices,” according to the company. In addition, the preview will include networking support for the fault-tolerant, low-power … continue reading

Developers must keep integration as a primary thought

These day companies are pressured to build applications faster and faster than ever before. There are many different ways to speed up development processes, and a new one that has been catching on is agile integration. Agile integration is the idea of building applications and services with integration in mind, rather than as an afterthought, … continue reading

Facebook, Google, IBM and Red Hat team up on open-source license compliance

Top technology companies are joining together on open-source license compliance and enforcement. Facebook, Google, IBM and Red Hat alongside the Linux Kernel Community have announced a new commitment to overcoming open-source license compliance errors and mistakes through a new community-oriented approach. “We are taking an approach to compliance enforcement that is consistent with the Principles … continue reading

OpenStack looks to solve real world problems with open source technologies

The OpenStack Foundation announced several significant improvements and solutions today at the OpenStack Summit Sydney. The foundation introduced a four-part plan to integrate OpenStack with other open-source technologies. The plan includes: documenting cross-project use cases; collaborating across communities, including contributions to other open-source projects; fostering new projects at the OpenStack Foundation; and coordinating end-to-end testing … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Databricks Delta, SciPy 1.0, and Neo4j’s Native Graph Platform

Databricks has released a new unified data management system that combines the best features from data lakes, data warehouses and streaming systems. The company made the announcement at its annual Spark Summit Europe conference. Databricks Delta takes the scale and cost-efficiency from a data lake; the reliability and performance from a data warehouse, and the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Red Hat releases CRI-O 1.0, IBM announces new blockchain solution, and Samsung Vice Chairman resigns

Red Hat has announced the launch of its Container Runtime Interface 1.0 (CRI-O). This will allow containers to be run directly from Kubernetes without any unnecessary coding or tooling. Some of their goals for the project were to have stability for Kubernetes, the ability to share technologies with other projects, to be lighter weight than … continue reading

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