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What's New in Latest Spring Cloud Azure Release?

A major update of Spring Cloud Azure, the open-source project that integrates the Spring framework for modular Java app development with Microsoft's Azure cloud services, is now generally available.

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What's New in JDK 18?

The latest update of the Java Development Kit (JDK 18), goes GA next week, and though it’s not a Long-Term Support release, there's a lot to look forward to in this update.  

Why Are IT Execs Turning to Open-Source Cloud Databases?

IT execs responding to two recent surveys cite "strong security" as one reason they're adopting open-source cloud databases.

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Apache Tika 2.3 Released

The maintainers of Apache Tika, the open-source, Java-based content detection and analysis framework, announce the release of Tika 2.3.0.

Public Preview of Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise Now Available

Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise, the fully-managed, enterprise-ready service for the Spring framework developed jointly by VMware and Microsoft, is now available in a public preview.

Contrast Security Partners with GitHub to Deliver 'Pipeline-Native' Security to Developers

Cybersecurity solutions provider Contrast Security unveils four new GitHub Actions aimed at making the process of automating security testing within native pipelines more accessible to developers.

CI/CD Platform Provider CircleCI Adds 'Dedicated Hosts' for Mac Developers

CircleCI today announces enhanced support for developers using Apple's Xcode IDE to build applications for Mac-based devices.

Canonical and CoreSpace Partner to Provide 'One-Stop Shop' for Private Clouds

Canonical CoreSpace announce a partnership aimed at making it easier for organizations to set up, customize, and manage private clouds.

MicroProfile 5.0 Released with Updated Jakarta EE 9.1 Dependencies

The latest release of the Eclipse Foundation's MicroProfile, MicroProfile 5.0, aligns with every specification in the latest version of the foundation's enterprise Java spec, Jakarta EE 9.1.

Apache Groovy 4 Adds Support for New Java Features

The Apache Software Foundation's Groovy team has announced the release of Groovy 4.0.0, the latest version of the open source, general-purpose programming language for the Java Virtual Machine.

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Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus Now Includes OpenShift Data Foundation

Red Hat announces the integration of its OpenShift Data Foundation storage solution with its OpenShift Platform Plus Kubernetes container platform.

New CodeLogic Plugin Shows App Code Dependencies Inside IntelliJ IDEA

CodeLogic has a new plugin for the IntelliJ IDEA integrated development environment that allows devs to view real-time app code dependency intelligence within the popular code-centric Java IDE.

Java on VS Code 2022 Roadmap Includes Wider Path to Cloud Native

Microsoft plans to emphasize cloud native development in 2022 as it adds features and expands the capabilities of its popular Visual Studio Code for Java source code editor.

Meta and AWS Deepen Their Strategic Alliance, Bump Up Support for PyTorch

AWS announces new plans with Meta to use its services and global infrastructure to scale research and development, facilitate third party collaborations, and help enterprises use the PyTorch to bring deep learning models from research into production faster and easier.

New 'Vantage Prevent' Solution Shifts DAST Left

The Application Security Division of NTT Ltd. releases a solution designed to make it possible for developers to conduct dynamic application security testing (DAST) at each phase of the software development cycle.

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Companies Facing FTC Legal Action Over Log4j Breaches

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission intends to use its "full legal authority to pursue companies that fail to take reasonable steps to protect consumer data from exposure as a result of the Log4j vulnerability," the commission warned.

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Log4j Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Likely to Affect Millions

A critical-remote code execution vulnerability in the widely used Log4j open-source Java logging library, "has given cybercriminals the perfect attack campaign on a silver platter."

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.5 Adds Insights Services, New 'System Roles'

Red Hat, one of the world’s leading providers of open-source solutions, has announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.5 (RHEL 8.5) the latest incarnation of its enterprise Linux platform.

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Latest Release of the GraalVM Includes Support for Java 17

GraalVM 21.3 is the last release of the year. It leaves 2021 with some long-awaited features, a host of bug fixes, and support for Java 17.

Eclipse Foundation Envisions an Ecosystem for the "Software-Defined Vehicle"

The Eclipse Foundation is reaching out to tech industry leaders with an open invitation to join a cutting-edge effort to build an open-source ecosystem for developers working on solutions for the "software-defined vehicle."