Software developer shortage remains top challenge in 2023
Monday, May 22, 2023 by Richard Harris
Even amidst recent layoffs in the tech industry, recruiting developers with the right skills remains the top challenge for 2023, according to the new Reveal survey of 2,228 software developers and IT professionals released by Infragistics. More than a third of respondents (37.5%) indicated that they would continue to have trouble finding skilled developers in 2023 with ...
Automating network resilience optimization during challenging times
Friday, May 12, 2023 by Tracy Collins
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past many months, the term "tech layoffs" is one you have undoubtedly heard repeated over and over again in the news cycle, and there's a good chance you are already sick of it. This year alone, no less than 40,000 workers at marquee companies like Alphabet, Microsoft, Spotify, and Amazon were given the...
Will automation replace developers
Monday, April 24, 2023 by Richard Harris
Richard Whitehead discusses automation, the steps your organization can take to implement autonomous processes and the main barriers companies face, what role full and partial automation will play in the future, some critical skills IT managers need to have when working with automation, how you can improve availability and support with AIOps, and more below.
ADM: Do ...
BPM self contained apps to improve agility and competitiveness
Tuesday, April 18, 2023 by Pablo Alonso de Linaje
The needs and objectives of business evolve fast, and continuously, in a competitive environment. This places a heavy demand on enterprise IT teams to develop and deliver and change business applications rapidly.
BPM self-contained applications offer a new approach to business process management (BPM) process-based applications. This approach aims to simpli...
New IoT light detection sensors from L com
Monday, April 10, 2023 by Brittany Hainzinger
L-com announced the expansion of its line of IoT light-detection environmental sensors. The sensors gauge either ambient or ultraviolet light.
The new sensors assist in the use of IoT data collection to make process control more efficient and lower building and process costs. Applications for light-detection sensors include greenhouses, agriculture, solar farms, labs...
6 ways to overcome DevOps complexity and prepare for 2023
Thursday, March 9, 2023 by Prashanth Nanjundappa
As we venture into 2023, the DevOps community finds itself in a whole new world of complexity. So many modern application deployments have moved from on-premise to the cloud and to the edge with devices like set-up boxes, train signaling equipment, cameras, POS, and self-driven vehicles with data being available at blazing 5G speeds.
Remote employees use business app...
Data driven enterprises and operations will move forward in 2023
Thursday, January 26, 2023 by Freeman Lightner
This is a telling data point: in a recent survey, organizations that were more concerned about the effects of a possible recession were more likely to be planning bigger IT spending than those who were less concerned.
What opportunities are emerging that will move data-driven enterprises and operations forward in the year 2023?
Just 30% of companies with 'no p...
SaaS will be all about specialization in 2023
Tuesday, January 17, 2023 by Brittany Hainzinger
Most cloud providers have become comparable in basic capabilities and there is very little to differentiate them. The journey from here is going to be about specialization. Companies will need to start diving a little deeper into the key value they are looking for and which cloud provider can provide it best. For example, for some AI and ML capabilities, there may ...
The halo will fall from DevOps in 2023
Saturday, January 14, 2023 by Richard Harris
Wing To shares his 2023 DevOps predictions, including the rise of Green DevOps and sustainability, how AI will improve automation and be a competitive advantage for DevOps, how fake agile will deliver poor results, and explains what leaders should focus on for agile in 2023.
The halo will fall from DevOps in 2023
For the past few years, the adoption of DevOps...
Recession fears may cause us to lower our defenses
Friday, January 13, 2023 by Richard Harris
Adam Sandman, CEO and Founder of Inflectra discusses the trends in software quality engineering and cybersecurity for 2023. Mr. Sandman explains why quality engineering, DevOps, and security will no longer be seen as separate disciplines but as part of a larger whole. Finally, he will cover how risk management is critical in addressing this new integrated set of challen...
Zero trust policies for software releases could be key
Thursday, December 8, 2022 by Gopinath Rebala
Today’s integrated DevOps methodology offers businesses the promise of accelerating innovation by providing customers and employees with new application capabilities faster. However, this approach can also increase risks associated with cybercrime and the failure to comply with rapidly evolving privacy regulations. As a result, minimizing security risk during the ...
Infrastructure as Code enhancements from Quali
Monday, November 7, 2022 by Richard Harris
Quali announced new capabilities that simplify the management of Infrastructure as Code (IaC), strengthen infrastructure governance, and provide further actionable data on the usage and cost of cloud infrastructure.
Torque delivers on businesses’ need to scale with transparency and controls to ensure governance and accountability without introducing inhibitors ...
Provar Manager general availability released
Friday, September 2, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
Provar, the test solution provider, has released Provar Manager into general availability. Provar Manager, the latest addition to the Provar Quality Cloud’s suite of offerings, is a 100% Salesforce-native test management solution that helps delivery teams organize, analyze and optimize all of their end-to-end and holistic testing activities, within Salesforce...
Record breaking quarter for Armory amidst tech slowdown
Monday, August 29, 2022 by Freeman Lightner
Armory, the continuous deployment (CD) company empowering development teams to easily, reliably, safely, and continuously deploy software at any scale, has highlighted the company’s record-breaking second quarter, which included product innovation, global expansion, revenue, and customer growth as well as continued 100% customer retention.
"To have a recor...
The value of BizDevSecOps for developers
Friday, August 26, 2022 by Richard Harris
Gregg Ostrowski serves as the Executive CTO at AppDynamics, part of Cisco. In this Q&A, he goes in-depth on the value of BizDevSecOps for developers, including how it helps break down silos and build bridges among business, security, developer, and operations teams. Gregg highlights how the framework evolved from DevOps and DevSecOps, as well as why it is ...
Traceable AI and ArmorCode integration
Wednesday, August 24, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
ArmorCode has announced an integration with Traceable AI which will bring its data into the ArmorCode platform and improve Application Security Posture from code to cloud.
To move at the speed of business, modern applications are increasingly powered by APIs to deliver functionality. The challenge is that each new API must be secured and as the number of APIs in...
The metaverse dominance race has begun
Monday, August 22, 2022 by Richard Harris
In a metaverse, everything is connected. Every corner of the internet is reachable and each individual user is represented by an avatar. The metaverse is a place where the physical and digital worlds collide, and it's quickly becoming the dominant platform for human interaction. This shift has huge implications for businesses, governments, and individuals. In a meta...
Productive developers prefer quality code
Monday, July 11, 2022 by Richard Harris
New research from Rollbar, a provider of real-time error monitoring Software as a Service, indicates that nearly a third (32%) of CTOs, developers, engineers, and technical leads feel the most productive when they are creating better quality code and not just more code. Nearly as many (28%) said that meeting and exceeding their managers’ expectations is what ...
Site reliability engineering adoption and best practices
Friday, June 17, 2022 by Jemiah Sius
Site reliability engineering (SRE) isn’t a new term or practice. The practice of applying software engineering skills and principles to operations problems and tasks would often happen even before "Site Reliability Engineer" was a defined job title. But organizing a proactive approach to building and maintaining software drives long-term success in ...
ImmuniWeb Neuron web security scanning
Friday, June 10, 2022 by Richard Harris
ImmuniWeb has announced the launch of ImmuniWeb Neuron, a web application and API web security scanning solution that is based on the award-winning ImmuniWeb AI Platform available.
ImmuniWeb Neuron is designed to rapidly scan tens, hundreds, or even thousands of web applications and APIs for vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and misconfigurations. It c...
Kubernetes performance benchmarking from Speedscale
Thursday, June 2, 2022 by Freeman Lightner
Speedscale achieves expertise as part of Google’s Partner Advantage Program, helping SaaS companies optimize cloud price-performance ratio while scaling quality Speedscale, the Kubernetes traffic replay company that can simulate production conditions, announces it has successfully achieved expertise in cloud-native application development as part of Google’s...
Automate mobile app testing with Native Mobile Grid
Wednesday, April 27, 2022 by Richard Harris
Applitools announced the general availability of Native Mobile Grid. It presents the next-generation mobile device cloud that allows mobile developers, Test Automation engineers, and QA engineers to instantly automate the testing of mobile apps across iOS and Android devices in the market.
As the latest expansion of Applitools Ultrafast Test Cloud, Native Mobil...
Automation software platform acquired by Perforce Software
Wednesday, April 13, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
Perforce Software announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Puppet, an infrastructure automation software platform that enables users to deliver, update, monitor, and secure software across physical and virtual machines. The financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
By increasing productivity, eliminating mistakes, enhancing security...
2022 software delivery report from CircleCI
Thursday, March 24, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
CircleCI has unveiled the 2022 State of Software Delivery Report.
Examining two years of data from more than a quarter-billion workflows and nearly 50,000 organizations around the world on the CircleCI platform, the report represents the largest analysis of developer productivity data and provides new insight into the DevOps practices being leveraged by elite softwar...
CI CD solution from CircleCI and ionir
Tuesday, March 1, 2022 by Richard Harris
ionir announced it has become a technology partner with CircleCI to offer customers a streamlined CI/CD solution. This effort aligns with ionir’s initiative to meet market needs and accommodate customers’ DevOps needs with cloud-native CI/CD solutions that are scalable and easy to use.
CircleCI manages, automates, and ensures that the DevOps lif...
Testing App for API calls lands from Speedscale
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
Speedscale, the API test-automation software company, today launches Speedscale CLI, a free observability tool that inspects detects, and maps API calls on local applications or containers. The offering underscores the importance of continued and proactive API testing to quickly detect and debug defects within a shifting array of upstream and downstream interdependencie...
DevOps predictions for 2022
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 by Richard Harris
Yoav Landman, Co-Founder, and CTO of JFrog created Artifactory after 7 years as a senior consultant with AlphaCSP. He has held several senior technical roles with Attunity, Verve, and Sausage. Yoav holds a Master of Computing degree from RMIT University and a BA in Law (LLB) from Haifa University.
Low-Code/No-Code, Metaverse, and DevOps predictions for 2022
App modernization in 2022
Monday, January 10, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
Ajay Patel is the General Manager for VMware’s Modern Applications & Management Business with the mission to be the leader in application modernization, cloud-native application development, and multi-cloud management through VMware Tanzu and vRealize portfolio.
Ajay has over 30 years of enterprise software expertise. Ajay previously served as the Treasurer...
Compliance as code adoption in 2022
Monday, January 10, 2022 by Freeman Lightner
Prashanth Nanjundappa is VP of Product Management at Progress. He has spent his entire career of over 20 years in the tech world, managing cross-functional high-performance teams, focused on building and launching enterprise and consumer products globally.
In the first 12 years of his career, Prashanth worked as a developer, technical lead, and architect for mobile, ...
Low code trends in 2022
Friday, January 7, 2022 by Christian Hargrave
Venkat Thiruvengadam is among the handful of people who pioneered the public cloud technology more than a decade back. He was an early engineer at Microsoft Azure, the first developer and founding member of Azure’s networking team. He wrote significant parts of the Azure compute and network controller stack where he saw Azure grow from a hundred-odd server to mill...
SRE hiring trends
Thursday, January 6, 2022 by Richard Harris
Ashley Stirrup, COO at Shoreline.io shares his 2022 predictions about the death of the Runbook, the rising cost of outages and SRE hiring trends.
Prediction #1: The death of the Runbook
In the coming year, we will see runbooks fuse out. Our team has been surprised in the last few months with how infrequently people have had true Runbooks. Runbooks are a great plac...
Software industry predictions in 2022 from Infragistics
Tuesday, January 4, 2022 by Richard Harris
The Infragistics experts Jason Beres, Tobias Komischke, and Dean Guida share their 2022 software industry predictions about Low-Code/No-Code, App Builders, Big Data/Embedded Analytics, UI/UX Design, Data Catalogs, and Digital Transformations.
“The biggest DevOps trend for 2022 will be low-code no-code tools that save developers time and money. Rather than being...
OutSystems launches Project Neo platform
Thursday, November 18, 2021 by Christian Hargrave
OutSystems has unveiled an application platform that enables development teams to build state-of-the-art cloud applications. Today, more than 14 million people use apps created on the OutSystems platform. Customers rely on OutSystems to build everything from mobile apps and consumer websites to workgroup apps and extensions of other core systems like Microsoft, SAP...
EraCloud launches from Era Software
Tuesday, November 9, 2021 by Richard Harris
Era Software, the company that helps enterprises observe cloud services and infrastructures, has announced the general availability of EraCloud, a software as a service (SaaS)-based offering that includes the EraSearch observability and analytics platform optimized for real-time, low-cost log management. In addition to EraSearch, EraCloud features administrative functio...
Value Stream Management solution announced by LeanIX
Monday, November 8, 2021 by Russ Scritchfield
LeanIX announced LeanIX Value Stream Management (VSM) as the de facto standard for managing technology landscapes, LeanIX adds VSM capabilities to its platform to connect code to business outcomes by establishing end-to-end visibility into software delivery performance.
Value Stream Management from LeanIX
LeanIX VSM is purpose-built for modern software develo...