Terracotta today launched a release candidate of version 3.6 of its namesake in-memory software with upgraded versions of both its BigMemory and Ehcache technologies.
Rackspace announced plans this week to deploy the OpenStack open source cloud platform across its entire infrastructure.
Another family of Java components will soon be available from the open source Maven Central Repository.
Red Hat announced today that its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) environment now supports Java Enterprise Edition 6 (Java EE 6).
Two Microsoft executives are contesting earlier complaints by Google over patents relating to the Android mobile OS.
JetBrains has introduced a new JVM-targeted programming language, code-named "Kotlin."
Attachmate, the company that acquired Novell earlier this year and then laid off virtually all members of the company's Mono team, is now partnering with Xamarin, the startup created by members of that team to continue commercial support of the Mono Project.
Yesterday Microsoft inked a deal with General Dynamics Itronix, a Sunrise, Fla.-based maker of sturdy computers for the public service, military, industrial market and public sectors.
A vote was put to the members of the Apache Software Foundation last week to accept Oracle's source code contribution to Openoffice.org.
Commercial open-source middleware maker Talend has taken its recently announced Unified Integration Platform into the cloud.
Oracle has filed the first of two new Java Specification Requests (JSRs) meant to "update and revitalize" the Java Community Process (JCP).
Java clustering infrastructure provider Terracotta announced this morning that it's being acquired by German business process management (BPM) vendor Software AG.
Miguel de Icaza, the original leader of the Mono Project, an open source implementation of the .NET Framework based on C# and the Common Language Runtime (CLR), has launched a new startup company called Xamarin.
Hot on the heels of Oracle's decision to move Hudson to the Eclipse Foundation, Sonatype disclosed plans to open source all of its Maven and Eclipse integration work and donate "significant architectural improvements and key commercial features" to the proposed Hudson CI project.
Oracle today announced that it has proposed moving the open-source, Java-based continuous integration (CI) server Hudson -- including all the code, the domain name and the trademark -- to the Eclipse Foundation.