Google made a number of product announcements this week at the RSA Security Conference, including upgrades to the Chronicle security analytics platform and the general availability of its reCAPTCHA Enterprise and Web Risk API tools.
Version 3.0 is all about addressing shortcomings reported by the community since its predecessor was released in 2016.
JFrog this week announced a new platform that integrates many of its tools into what the company is billing as "the first hybrid, multi-cloud, universal DevOps platform."
Microsoft this week announced the general availability (GA) of Azure Sphere, marking a new phase in its effort to create an overall trusted environment for deploying and using Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Apache Groovy 3.0, the latest version of the open source, general-purpose programming language for the Java platform, was released in mid-February with a number of new features and capabilities, chief among them a new parser.
Microsoft has released another update of its Java on Visual Studio Code, the package of extensions used by Redmond's lightweight source code editor to support Java coding, testing and debugging.
Google has its supporters, too, 26 of whom filed briefs in January.
Red Hat today announced the general availability of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16, the latest version of its Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solution.
Google announced an early developer-only preview of Android 11, inviting coders to put the next edition of its flagship mobile OS through its paces on Pixel 2, 3, 3a, or 4 devices.
The Oracle Cloud Data Science Platform was created specifically to improve the effectiveness of data science teams, the company said, with such capabilities as shared projects, model catalogs and auditability.
"Google has a problem," Oracle stated in its filing. "It committed an egregious act of plagiarism and now needs to rewrite copyright law to justify it. It cannot."
Application performance monitoring (APM) solutions provider Instana on Tuesday unveiled a new continuous production profiler for Java apps.
Couchbase on Thursday unveiled a new fully managed Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) designed to simplify DB management by deploying, managing and operating the enterprise edition of the company's namesake NoSQL database across multicloud environments with a few clicks.
Graph database pioneer Neo4j announced the latest update of its namesake product this week, and the company isn't holding back on the superlatives.
Leaning Technologies announced the second major release of its CheerpJ Java compiler for the Web this week.
The Cloudflow framework was developed to address the growing demands of AI, machine learning models, analytics, and other streaming, data-driven workloads.
The current version of Quarkus, the Kubernetes-native Java framework Red Hat released last year, is now compatible with the latest version of the Eclipse MicroProfile.
The latest release of Javalin, the lightweight Web framework for Kotlin and Java, is a minor, mostly bug-fix release, but the steady evolution and growing popularity of this open-source project are a kind of validation of this type minimalist framework.
Mendix, a division of Siemens focused on enterprise low-code development, has just published a list of core ideas and principles that define "a bona fide low-code platform."
A startup focused on Kubernetes security has released an open source risk assessment tool for the popular container orchestration platform.