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The newly combined company immediately claimed that it will offer the industry’s “most complete” agile development platform.
Flood IO enables DevOps teams to test how their applications scale with massive loads generated from around the world.
No-code development helps organizations create a culture of problem-solving and accelerate innovation. Here is how no-code apps are aiding eight companies.
Unlike traditional enterprise messaging software, Kafka is able to handle all the data flowing through a company, and do it in near real time. This is desperately needed as data volumes skyrocket.
Updates include a timeline view that aids in the development team management, an enhanced Team build definition editor and new Git features.
Adobe said it made this decision--which has been expected for a few years--in collaboration with several of its technology partners, including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla.
The cloud-based fuzz testing service for developers uses artificial intelligence techniques to track down software vulnerabilities before they become a problem for users.
The new Community and Developer versions of the Robin Cloud Platform provide a container-based system for producing big-data workloads--such as those that run on Apache Hadoop, Spark and NoSQL databases.
Another way to look at it is that enterprise developers can make their applications look, feel and act like Box, if they choose.
By opening up the Workday Cloud Platform and entering the PaaS market, Workday will enable customers and its ecosystem to use its platform services to build custom extensions and applications in a hosted environment.
Former Twitter execs invest in Buoyant, which builds open source software for cloud-native applications using containers and microservices.
With the July 12 product release, all API developers can use the full range of Postman tools with support at every stage of a workflow.