Topic: virtualization

OpenAI’s Roboschool, SmartBear ServiceV Pro 2.0, VMware acquires Apteligent — SD Times news digest: May 16, 2017

OpenAI is opening up a new school for robots. The artificial intelligence research company announced the open-source software Roboschool. Roboschool is integrated with OpenAI Gym, and provides an environment for robot simulation. Through OpenAI, Roboschool provides 12 different environments for controlling robots, and it provides a way to train multiple agent at once in one … continue reading

Controlling software through containers and microservices

Businesses want to move faster, develop more software, and deploy software and updates more often, but to do this in a traditional software architecture is a lot to put on developers. In order to ease the pain, more businesses and developers are turning to containers. A software container is a way to package software in … continue reading

Guest View: What’s keeping you from Continuous?

I love that quote from Ricky Gervais. It typically resides in a corner of my monitor, where it reminds me that no matter how much organizational or grammatical debt I’ve accumulated, it’s never too late to get to work on what matters most to me. As I saw at the recent STARWEST 2015 testing conference, … continue reading

Building up service virtualization

Service virtualization has gotten the short shrift over the course of its lengthy history. Whether you chart its inception in 2002 with the release of Parasoft’s Stub Server, or in 2007 when CA took up the banner and market around the term, the entire concept has yet to even take on the status of buzzword. … continue reading

Guest View: Enterprise mobility: A promise unfulfilled

The consumer mobility market has experienced massive growth, largely driven by the sale of smartphones, which topped 1.2 billion units sold globally in 2014, an increase of 28% from 2013. This consumer adoption subsequently drove the Bring Your Own Device movement, as employees demanded the right to bring their own mobile devices into their workplaces. … continue reading

SD Times March Developer Madness Championship: #3 APIs vs. #4 Service Virtualization

It all comes down to this. After three weeks and 30 other software development technologies, methodologies and platforms going down, it’s #3 APIs vs. #4 Service Virtualization for the championship. APIs ended the cinderella run of #8 NoSQL in a close game, while Service Virtualization buried C# in a landslide victory to reach the championship … continue reading

SD Times March Developer Madness Final 4: #3 C# vs. #4 Service Virtualization

The time has come. It’s the SD Times March Developer Madness Final 4. First up, on one side of the bracket we have #3 seed C# taking on #4 Service Virtualization in a battle of the entrenched programming language versus the virtualization practice and philosophy eating software development. Cast your vote and send one to … 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

SD Times news digest: September 24, 2014—iPhone 6 TouchID hacked, another Microsoft bug bounty

Apple’s Touch ID vulnerable to attack Lookout security researcher Marc Rogers warned that the fingerprint reader on the iPhone 6 is vulnerable to attack, just as the iPhone 5s was. “When the iPhone 6 came out, the first thing I wanted to find out was whether or not there had been any changes to the … continue reading

Citrix acquires mobile virtualization startup Virtual

Citrix announced it has acquired Virtual, a cloud-based startup for Android and iOS emulation and virtualization on remote desktops. The Virtual platform, according to its website, claims to emulate any Android or iOS device on any platform with near-native accuracy. The platform can also be used for app and bug testing, and access is currently … continue reading

VMware cozies up to Docker, hardware

VMware yesterday announced a new effort to sell its software pre-installed on a new server form factor, and to bring new partners like Docker onto its platform. VMware’s EVO:RAIL system is a new take on server hardware based on the VMware stack. Working with hardware vendors like EMC, these servers will come pre-installed with VMware … continue reading

SDLC Acceleration Summit highlights service virtualization

All the layers of the software development life cycle were examined in a search for a way to speed up the process … continue reading

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