Oracle's latest release of its reference implementation of the Java SE platform, Oracle JDK 20, includes seven JEPs comprising thousands of performance, stability, and security improvements.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is now certified to run on Oracle's cloud services platform as a supported operating system. The move is part of a multi-stage alliance to offer customers a greater choice of operating systems to run on OCI.
AWS unveils a new performance optimization feature called Lambda SnapStart, designed to improve startup times for latency-sensitive applications, and initially aimed at Java developers.
BlackBerry announces that it's extending its use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to make its QNX techn available to mission-critical embedded systems developers in the cloud.
Graph database pioneer Neo4j announces the general availability of the latest update of its namesake offering this week: Neo4j 5.
Oracle has joined the Micronaut Foundation, the not-for-profit organization established to advance innovation and adoption of a popular open-source, JVM-based framework for building microservices and serverless applications.
The Fedora Project has announced the beta release of Fedora Linux 37, the latest version of the free and open source Fedora Linux operating system.
Microsoft announces the launch of a new website designed to provide Java developers with a new level of support in the form of tools and resources that enable them to code, deploy, and scale their apps more productively.
Microsoft's Java team has introduced new support in the Java on Azure Tooling package for Azure Kubernetes Service in the IntelliJ toolkit, along with new support of Azure VMs.
Microsoft made the preview of its new Dev Box workstation-in-the-cloud service available to the public this week. The new service is designed to llow developers to create "on-demand, high-performance, secure, ready-to-code, project-specific workstations in the cloud," the company said.
Microsoft joins the Eclipse Foundation's Jakarta EE and MicroProfile working groups.
The team behind Microsoft's Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ, available in the JetBrains Marketplace, announced a new "getting started" experience that promises to get devs ups and running with their first deployment within a few minutes.
Microsoft announces an update to it's Java on Azure Tooling that introduces a new application-centric view for the Azure toolkit for the popular IntelliJ IDE.
Call for Code Global Challenge organizers launch their annual invitation to software developers from around the world to create open-source solutions that accelerate sustainability and combat climate change.
Microsoft launches a new blog series focused on its Azure Toolkit for the IntelliJ IDEA integrated development environment.
The Microsoft Build of OpenJDK comes to its Azure App Service, bringing with it new support for Java 17 and Tomcat 10.0.
Makers of the vFunction cloud modernization platform are partnering with the Microsoft Industry Solutions group on a new Java Refactoring Service.
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.
IT execs responding to two recent surveys cite "strong security" as one reason they're adopting open-source cloud databases.
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.
Canonical CoreSpace announce a partnership aimed at making it easier for organizations to set up, customize, and manage private clouds.
Red Hat announces the integration of its OpenShift Data Foundation storage solution with its OpenShift Platform Plus Kubernetes container platform.
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.
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.
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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