Amazon Web Services (AWS) announces the preview release of the AWS Common Runtime HTTP Client supported in the AWS SDK for Java 2.0.
The results of the September TIOBE Programming Community index are in, and the C language tops the list again with a slight uptick from August of last year, and Java comes in second with a slip over last year. But three languages--C++, C#, and R--have made some fast gains.
The second release this year of the Kubernetes container orchestration platform, version 1.19, which arrived a bit later than expected, comes with 34 enhancements and a much needed extension of its standard patch support window from nine months to a full year.
Business applications provider Progress today announced the pending acquisition of Chef, a provider of open-source continuous automation software and one of the pioneers of the DevOps movement.
The Azure Spring Cloud, a joint project of Microsoft and VMware, is now generally available for developers of Spring Boot-based Java applications,
During week seven of Google's nine-week online Cloud Next event, the search engine giant announced upgrades to its Anthos application platform, including new AI enhancements and Anthos on bare metal, among others.
Enterprise data science management platform provider Domino Data Lab today released the latest version of its namesake platform, Domino 4.3, with new support for Red Hat OpenShift.
Trend Micro has integrated its Cloud One security services platform natively with two Amazon Web Services offerings: Control Tower and Systems Manager Distributor.
The latest release of the Kotlin programming language, v1.4.0, is now generally available. This release emphasized performance and tooling, and includes the long-awaited SAM (single abstract method) conversions for Kotlin interfaces.
Sumo Logic has expanded its growing portfolio of observability solutions with new distributed transaction tracing capabilities and new solutions.
Gitpod today announced that it has open sourced its two-year-old namesake cloud-based IDE, which its creators claim "fundamentally changes how software developers build applications" by allowing them to describe their dev environments as code.
The latest update of Microsoft's popular open-source, cross-platform Visual Studio Code editor (version 1.48) comes with improvements in accessibility, the workbench, source control, and debugging, among others.
Oracle recently announced the availability of a new JSON-only document database service for its self-driving Autonomous Database platform. The aptly named Autonomous JSON Database was designed to make it easy and cost-effective to build JSON-centric applications.
Red Hat threw a spotlight on a number of updates to several tools in its developer tools portfolio at the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU 2020 Virtual event, underway online this week.
Amazon Web Services announced the general availability of its Elastic Kubernetes Services on the AWS Graviton2 processor.
Cloud security provider Accurics announced a major update of its free and open-source Terrascan static code analyzer for devs building Infrastructure as Code.
The latest release of Hazelcast's Jet event stream processing engine adds new features designed to simplify the integration of an event-driven architecture into brownfield deployments to gain new functionality around real-time and in-memory processing.
Micronaut is a JVM-based, full-stack Java framework developed by the creators of the Grails framework, and designed to provide developers with a polyglot tool for building modular, easily testable JVM applications with the Java, Kotlin, and Groovy languages.
Microsoft introduces a set of Azure-architecture best practices aimed at the growing complexity and increasing overhead associated with deploying business-critical applications.
A group of leading tech industry heavy weights that includes Microsoft, IBM, and Google, announced the formation of a new software foundation to consolidates industry efforts to improve the security of open-source software.