A brand-new survey shows enterprises are increasingly using open source Apache Kafka technology for real-time, streaming Big Data analytics.
Mainframe computing specialist Compuware announced the addition of better visualization capabilities to its ISPW source code management (SCM) and release automation offering.
Compuware Corp. today announced a multi-pronged initiative to converge mainframe applications into the enterprise mainstream, leveraging newer software development methodologies such as Agile and DevOps, along with the requisite modern tooling.
A research project has introduced a full integrated development environment for creating applications using SDN, a new-age technology approach that's disrupting the datacenter virtualization arena while still evolving itself, with varied philosophies, tools and even definitions of what it is, exactly.
Mainframe specialist Compuware today released a tool addressing what it described as the manual, tedious process of accessing and understanding complex mainframe applications.
A new collaborative project from The Linux Foundation aims to foster Linux development on mainframe computers, while Big Iron vendor IBM is offering up new mainframe Linux servers to the open source community.
At DockerCon, Microsoft demoed a key milestone toward building apps that can run on multiple server OSes.
Richard Stallman, who developed the GNU OS and who advocates for an open software ecosystem, having founded the Free Software Foundation, claims major OSes from Microsoft, Apple and Google are merely paid malware.
VMware Inc. is building out its container technologies and datacenter cloud footprint with two new open source projects.
Microsoft said it will support Hyper-V containers in order to further the young container technology by providing more deployment options and workloads, while developers will be enabled to build more scalable apps.
Amazon Web Services was recently named as the top public cloud platform for software development in a study from Forrester Research.
Oracle Corp. announced new products to democratize Big Data technologies, making them simpler and easier to use by IT pros who may not have specialized data scientist training.
With Internet of Things (IoT) development crashing the cloud/mobile/Big Data hype party, a new study indicates it will really get down to enterprise business this year.
As industry scrambles to overcome the shortage of developers with Big Data skills, the R statistical programming language is gaining in popularity.
Salesforce.com recently announced Lightning development tools for its Salesforce1 platform with the goal of enabling enterprise staffers with varying technical skills to build mobile apps.
Low-code solution allows effective offline use of data-driven apps.
Enterprise developers and marketers can capitalize on the vast quantities of information the Web giant gathers from its users.
Business stakeholders, designers and developers can keep track of an app's UX throughout a project lifecycle.
Recently a group of so-called "pacesetter" companies surveyed by IBM's Center for Applied Insights reported forming new partnerships with "citizen developers" to bridge skills gaps in their workforce, adding to the mounting evidence of crowdsourcing's traction in the enterprise.