What’s the point: Snyk pops pipe into BitBucket Cloud, Splice Machine unwraps beta, Spring Boot and Red Hat updates

What's the point

Snyk has dipped a Pipe into Atlassian’s BitBucket Cloud code management product, which it claims means it can offer end-to-end security scanning and protection throughout the developer workflow. Snyk launched its security service for BitBucket Pipelines back in 2016, and in March announced that it was supporting Atlassian’s BitBucket Pipes programme. Snyk said that this was the first time it could offer end to end migration on a single vendor’s platform, not least because Atlassian is one of the few vendors to offer products spanning the entire workflow

Splice machine winds up ML Manager

US startup Splice Machine has launched a beta programme for its ML Manager service, which it describes as a native data science and machine learning platform, that will allow data scientists to experiment with multiple data pipelines, to help train models more quickly, optimizing them so they can start delivering predictions in real time once they’re deployed to production.  

The company said it provides data scientists and data infrastructure administrators with industry-leading data science libraries, including MLlib, and tools such as Apache Zeppelin, Scala, Python, SQL and R. The new service integrates with MLflow, the machine learning lifecycle management platform launched by the originators of Spark.

Spring Boot, Security updates bounce out

Spring has announced version 1.5.20 of Spring Boot, which includes over 30 dependency updates and bug fixes, including Spring Security OAuth 2.0.17. Support for 1.x will cease in August. It has also released a trio of updates to Spring Security, in the shape of 5.15, 5.0.12 and 4.2.12. Senior engineer Joe Grandja, said the releases delivered a range of bug fixes and some “minor improvements”, and encouraged all users to update to the latest patch release.

Red Hat readies CodeReady…

Red Hat has lifted the lid on CodeReady Studio, which it describes as “the latest evolution of Red Hat Developer Studio, which itself was an evolution of JBoss Developer Studio”. Red Hat said the main focus for the release is improvements for container-based development, as well as bug fixes. The new version needs at least Eclipse 4.11, and Red Hat recommends using the latest Eclipse 4.11 2019-03 JEE Bundle, which ensures most of the dependencies preinstalled.