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.
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.
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.
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."
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.
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.
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."
Software development toolmaker JetBrains, maker of the code-centric Java IDE, IntelliJ IDEA, and creator of Kotlin, has announced the beta of its Compose Multiplatform declarative UI framework.
Red Hat has released a new extension for its popular Visual Studio Code for Java source code editor--Language Support for Java by Red Hat--now available on the VS Code Marketplace.
Oracle announced the general availability of JDK 17 this week, the second Long-Term Support release since JDK 11.
Redmond has been promoting Java to its developer community for a while now, but it recently began pumping up its Java push on several fronts, including promoting new guidance for devs using the popular programming language on its Azure cloud computing platform.
Cross-platform UI and UX toolmaker Infragistics announces Infragistics Ultimate 21.1, a release that "breaks new ground in app design and developer collaboration" with its digital product design toolkit, Indigo.Design.
Synopsys, a provider of electronic design automation (EDA), semiconductor IP, and application security testing tools and services, acquires app vulnerability management company Code Dx.
Oracle's new Java Management Service (JMS) is a cloud native infrastructure service for the management of Java runtimes and applications, both on-premises and in the cloud.
The Eclipse Foundation has released the results of its "2021 IoT and Edge Commercial Adoption Survey," which analyzed responses from hundreds of executives at enterprises implementing IoT and edge computing solutions.
Technology workforce development company Pluralsight has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the cloud skills development platform A Cloud Guru (ACG).
Microsoft's efforts to pull together a fragmented Windows developer ecosystem, dubbed Project Reunion, is still at the preview stage, but has advanced to version 0.8.
Integration and API platform provider MuleSoft has unveiled the next major release of its flagship solution, the Anypoint Platform with DataGraph.
Software analytics company New Relic is integrating its open-source Pixie observability platform for Kubernetes with the New Relic One platform.