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Joe Fay is content director, events at Situation Publishing. He has been covering technology and business for over 20 years, and edited publications in London and San Francisco.
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Microsoft outs final release candidate for Azure DevOps Server

Microsoft has pushed out the final pre-release candidate of its Azure DevOps Server product ahead of the official release of the Visual Studio Foundation Server 2012 replacement. The vendor has...
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Hyperledger hatches supply chain/blockchain proposal, pops it in incubator

The Hyperledger Project has flicked the incubation switch on a framework to enable the development of supply chain projects which will ultimately rely on blockchain technologies. If you happen to...
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Perforce catches Rogue Wave as it looks to capture enterprise pipelines

Veteran software lifecycle management vendor turned DevOps outfit Perforce has snapped up tools developer Rogue Wave Software, its third buy in less than a year. Rogues Wave brings a 17...
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Mesosphere service catalogue promises easy entry to Cloudflare Argo Tunnels

Cloudflare’s Argo Tunnels service has burrowed its way into the Mesosphere DC/OS service catalogue, giving users a way to privately plug their services into Cloudflare’s network. Today’s announcement describes Cloudflare’s...
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Microsoft aims to keep Azure DevOps pipelines flowing with bug bounty cash

Microsoft has launched a bug bounty programme for its Azure DevOps service, with some fairly chunky rewards for top level flaws. As Redmond puts it, Azure DevOps “spans the breadth...
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Spell taps funding hat, pulls out AI development platform, hardware options

Spell, an artificial intelligence development platform founded by a former Facebook AI engineering chief, has rolled out its services in earnest after snagging $15m in funding. Spell was founded in...
GitHub Desktop asks what's next

Ever wondered what’s next? In future, GitHub Desktop will tell you…

If you’ve ever been plunged into angst around the question “what’s next”, the latest version of GitHub Desktop might be able to help. In a blog announcing GitHub Desktop 1.6...
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Red Hat/Fedora decide MongoDB’s SSLP doesn’t fit

MongoDB’s January blues deepened this week as the team behind the Red Hat-backed Fedora Linux distribution confirmed it had added the open source database’s Server Side Public License to...
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Amazon launches AWS Backup, for when snapshots just aren’t enough

AWS has launched a Backup service, which might surprise you if you’d assumed the applications and data you’ve already got running on the cloud giant are in no danger...
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MariaDB closes analytics and transactions gap with Platform X3

MariaDB has unleashed its eponymous Platform X3 into general availability, along with a Managed Service which will support public and hybrid cloud deployments. The product combines the MariaDB TX and...