Docker, Inc. announced its first milestone release this week, along with a new program of enterprise support designed to turn the popular packing tool into a full-fledged open platform for building, shipping and running distributed applications.
Azul Systems this week released an update of its Zing runtime for Java that extends production support for new server-grade Amazon Web Services (AWS) instances.
Cloud-based marketplace service also offers social collaboration.
Jelastic has updated its namesake Java-and-PHP cloud hosting platform and further combined its PaaS and IaaS capabilities, according to the company.
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based whiteCryption this week announced Cryptanium Code Protection for Java, designed to allow enterprise developers to harden Java-based mobile applications.
Java Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider CloudBees is partnering with Verizon to offer a version of its platform on the new Verizon Cloud.
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Enterprise software toolmaker Atlassian this week announced tighter integration between its JIRA issue tracking application and its Confluence team collaboration platform.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Wednesday launched an initiative that would aid enterprises in using cloud computing services to protect infrastructures.
The new version of Telerik's TeamPulse agile project management software integrates with the open-source Git version control system and the GitHub repository.
Open-source business intelligence (BI) vendor Jaspersoft has extended the integration of its reporting and analytics server to include Amazon's Elastic MapReduce service (EMR).
Java runtime maker Azul Systemsunveiled a new solution for developers of highly-tuned, low-latency Java applications this week.
Your organization's enterprise architects may be the CIO's new best friend, according to the results of a newly published Gartner survey.
IBM today announced a new computer programming system based on its cutting-edge silicon chips modeled on characteristics of the human brain.
Information technology executives are dragging their feet because of concerns about cost, complexity and security, a recent survey finds.