Twistlock tools up to discover unknown unknown clouds

Twistlock has released and open sourced a tool to allow teams to uncover cloud native services they never knew they had. The security outfit said...

Google nurtures Native-style web apps at Summit

Creating web apps that looked more like native apps was the presiding theme at Google's Chrome Dev Summit this week. The company made several...

WG14 prepares for C Change

The C programming language nudged a little closer to its next version this week, with the publication of a proposed set of revisions to...

Data Driven DevOps: Wanna give it a try? Here’s how

DevOps is a methodology/culture/approach to the development and deployment of software in the modern world.  Analytics is the study and practice of extracting useful...

Move fast, and test, test, test things

Mark Zuckerberg famously advised people to move fast and break things. It sounds good on paper, until you move so fast that one of...

‘Fold the Phone’, says Google at Android Dev Summit

Google made a raft of announcements at its Android Dev Summit last week, including recommendations for the new generation of foldable phones that is...

Docker throws lifeline to aging Windows Applications

Docker shipped Docker Enterprise 2.1 this week, promising to extend the life of Windows Server applications that are up to a decade and a...

DataStax launches certified release of Apache Cassandra

DataStax has launched a certified, bare bones distribution of Apache Cassandra for those situations where you want to use the open source NoSQL database,...

16 giants get behind GPL Cooperation Commitment

Sixteen more companies have thrown their weight behind the GPL Cooperation Commitment, the Red Hat-backed effort to “combat harsh tactics in open source license...

Linux Foundation draws up plans for GraphQL

GraphQL has gotten its own foundation, under the auspices of the Linux Foundation, eight years after it was first developed at Facebook. The new foundation...