Open source software specialist WSO2 Inc. is boosting its enterprise mobility management capabilities with a new server solution and device cloud.
The new partnership combines the content management functionality of Box with the low-code mobile and Web app development platform from Mendix.
Box released a group of updates including a new visual API navigator, a new developer console, and new interactive and crowd-sourced documentation.
Google launched a public beta for a new global database service that features both the consistency of the relational model and the scaling and data functionality of NoSQL offerings.
The Hortonworks Data Platform will be certified to work with IBM software-defined and file/object storage solutions.
Former smartphone manufacturer announced it's entering the Communications Platform-as-a-Service market, with an emphasis on security.
Realm today announced new support for Microsoft technologies in its Realm Mobile Platform, which facilitates the creation of real-time mobile apps with offline functionality.
Oracle filed an appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, seeking to overturn a federal jury's decision that Google's use of Java in its Android OS constituted fair use
Perfecto Mobile today introduced new tools based on its cloud-based Continuous Quality Lab, aimed at quickening the pace of mobile and Web development efforts.
Enterprise mobility was featured first and foremost in the fourth annual research report on the state of application development from OutSystems, which concluded enterprise development has reached a "crisis point."
Risks also result from an emphasis on end-user convenience over security and organizations' lack of urgency to address threats.
After ownership of the Model-View-Controller specification passes to the Java community, long-time contributor Ivar Grimstad will serve as a purely community spec lead for JSR 371, the MVC 1.0 standard.
The final date for the general availability of Java 9 Standard Edition is set for July 27.
Splice Machine today announced its open source, SQL-based RDBMS platform will soon be available as a Database-as-a-Service offering on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
In-memory data grid specialist Hazelcast launched a new distributed processing engine for data streams, targeting "the intersect of Big Data programmers and Java programmers."