The Eclipse Foundation and the Adoptium Working Group claim that the chief impact of its new licensing fee structures is a significant increase in momentum for the global open-source Java ecosystem.
Software development toolmaker JetBrains has announced the 2023.1 versions of its three integrated development environments: IntelliJ IDEA, WebStorm, and RubyMine.
Oracle's latest release of its reference implementation of the Java SE platform, Oracle JDK 20, includes seven JEPs comprising thousands of performance, stability, and security improvements.
Grade, Inc., the company behind the commercial version of the open-source Gradle build automation tool, Gradle Enterprise, has announced the acquisition of Swiss-based software development technology provider Triplequote.
Payara, the company behind the popular fork of the open-source GlassFish application server, has joined the Eclipse Foundation's MicroProfile Working Group.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is now certified to run on Oracle's cloud services platform as a supported operating system. The move is part of a multi-stage alliance to offer customers a greater choice of operating systems to run on OCI.
SingularityCE, an open-source container runtime designed for data science, AI, and compute-driven analytics on performance-intensive systems is now accessible for Enterprise Linux users through the Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux repository.
Google announced this week the release of the first public preview its SDK Extensions, which leverage modular system components to add APIs to the public SDK for certain previously released API levels.
The 4.1 release of the Apache Cassandra NoSQL database is now generally available. The project’s major release for 2022 comes with lots of new features and "paves the way," the community said in a blog post, for "a more cloud-native future" for the project. It also marks the community's commitment to annual releases, announced last year.
Sentry, a leading provider of dev-first app monitoring, acquires dedicated code coverage tools makes Codecov.
Code Intelligence's CI Fuzz CLI tool now allows to Java developers to incorporate fuzz testing into their existing JUnit setups.
AWS unveils a new performance optimization feature called Lambda SnapStart, designed to improve startup times for latency-sensitive applications, and initially aimed at Java developers.
BlackBerry announces that it's extending its use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to make its QNX techn available to mission-critical embedded systems developers in the cloud.
In-memory database solutions provider ScaleOut Software introduces a new Java client API for its ScaleOut StateServer distributed caching platform.
Graph database pioneer Neo4j announces the general availability of the latest update of its namesake offering this week: Neo4j 5.
GitHub made some big product announcements at its annual GitHub Universe conference in San Francisco, including expanded access for business users of its Copilot AI-pair programming tool.
The October update of Microsoft's Visual Studio Code for Java comes with updates in the code editing and debugging experience, thanks to the Java 19 preview of Virtual Threads in Project Loom.
The latest update of Java on Azure Tooling, announced last week, comes with new support for the Azure Cosmos DB and enhancements to Azure Virtual Machine functionality.
Oracle has joined the Micronaut Foundation, the not-for-profit organization established to advance innovation and adoption of a popular open-source, JVM-based framework for building microservices and serverless applications.
White House publishes guidelines requiring government agencies to obtain formal assurances from third-party software providers that they are following secure software development practices.