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MongoDB Creates New License To Protect It From Cloud Service Providers

MongoDB has had enough of cloud service providers offering the Community Edition of its database as a service to clients. Yesterday, it announced a new software license to stop...
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Chef Puts One-Click Installation Project On The Menu

Infrastructure automation company Chef has announced new versions of a brace of complementary tools. It took its Workstation product from beta into general availability, in a bid to help...

Fission update takes flight, making canary deployments easier

Platform9 has released an update to its serverless function framework, designed to make testing faster for developers. The company, which cut its teeth selling remotely-managed OpenStack cloud infrastructure for customers,...
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Google Opens Up Cloud Identity Management Services to Developers

Google has expanded its cloud-based identity service yet again, this time offering a developer-focused identity management system. The cloud computing giant introduced the service, called Cloud Identity for Customers and...

Your AI pet project is only as smart as its garbage training set

AI isn't immune to one of computing's most basic rules – garbage in, garbage out. Train a neural network on flawed data and you'll have one that makes lots...

You should find out what’s going on in that neural network. Y’know they’re cheating...

Neural networks – the algorithms that many people think of when they hear the words machine learning – aren't very good at explaining what they do. They are black...

The Agile and the Continuous: Database Drift … Neat film title but something to...

In DevOps the talk is of development and operations, of continuous pipelines and agile updates, of rolling out builds. But it often overlooks something rather critical – the database. Be...

A developer always pays their technical debts – oh, every penny… but never a...

  Picture the scene: you're a developer looking at someone else's code for the first time, and you can see that a lot needs changing. Performance bugs mean it won't scale...

Software shortcuts: Pay down your tech debt. It’s time to fix a price

Technical debt: we probably create it every day. It happens when you do things that might get you closer to goal now, but which create problems that you’ll have...

Look at stupid, sexy Kubernetes with all the cloud firms hanging off its musclebound...

  Red Hat, better known for its Linux distro despite years of work in middleware and Java, last week pushed further into cloud through the purchase of CoreOS for $250m. CoreOS...