The Eclipse Foundation is set to announce the eighth annual synchronized launch of multiple Eclipse projects and project upgrades this week.
On the verge of the 6th Annual Hadoop Summit, the Big Data space is awash with recent product announcements from vendors big and small.
Developers, who often get blamed for performance problems that have nothing to do with their applications, can use this new tool to show what's really happening on the system.
Oracle on Wednesday announced the public release of Java Platform Enterprise Edition 7 (Java EE 7) and the Java EE 7 SDK.
Red Hat on Monday announced a new community-supported distribution of OpenStack running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), Fedora, and their derivatives, called "RDO."
Developer tools and solutions provider Telerik ramped up the enterprise cred of its Kendo UI framework with a new release sporting PHP and JavaServer Pages (JSP) server wrappers.
The new uBuild tool is designed to provide developers using Java, C#, and C/C++ with a central, authoritative build framework for quality and dependency control.
Genuitec LLC, creator of the MyEclipse Java EE integrated development environment (IDE), is planning to announce a new "enterprise anywhere" edition of its flagship dev tool at the EclipseCon conference in Boston.
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On Monday IBM announced that the company is aligning all of its cloud infrastructure offerings around the open source OpenStack initiative.
HP today unveiled two new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions aimed at agile developers.
The Eclipse Foundation officially released a new version of the Java-based Hudson continuous integration (CI) server this week.
While the top priority in 2013 remains faster delivery of applications, a new survey shows that a formerly insignificant need has shot up in importance -- developers need apps to better align to business needs.
Agile ALM provider CollabNet is partnering with IT automation vendor UC4 to provide what the two companies are billing as the world's first DevOps platform.
Version 3.1, available now, updates the KVM hypervisor to support current industry-standard x86 processors, and expands the platform's ability to scale with support for guest VMs.