Pivotal gives Spring Tools a good boosting

Spring Tools, a collection of helpers for developers who want to build Java applications with the Spring app framework, has received an...

Travis CI users left hanging as platform lies down

Travis CI suffered a prolonged outage this week, leaving users questioning the direction of the continuous integration service following its takeover by...

What’s the point: XebiaLabs drops machine learning in pipeline

XebiaLabs has become the latest CD vendor to drop a big dollop of machine learning into its pipeline toolset, claiming its DevOps...

JetBrains blasts out IDE, TeamCity updates

JetBrains has shot out a series of updates across its IDE and TeamCity products just ahead of the end of Q1.

Elastic Stack stretches wider, with Mapping, Uptime and Infrastructure apps

Elastic has bounced out v6.7 of its Elastic Stack, debuting a trio of new apps in the process alongside a raft of...

Appdev sales help fatten up Red Hat before it’s swallowed by...

Red Hat’s (probably) last set of full year financial results showed its application development business growing faster than its infrastructure business.

Fresh from the Python’s den: PyPy turns 7.1, Facebook open-sources Python...

Python interpreter and CPython replacement PyPy has been released in version 7.1, which should give you a speed boost, by no longer...

Cloudera howls get out of my cloud, sets sail for “enterprise...

If you have been working with either Cloudera or Hortonworks products, the news of their merger last year might have left you...

WTP: GitLab plugs flaws, DataDog gets paws on HashiCorp and more…

GitLab has issued a critical security release for its Community and Enterprise Editions. One of the bugs fixed was an information disclosure...

Like JavaScript, Java or Python? You’re not the world’s most unique...

If you like your programming languages to have a whiff of coffee or reptile you’re in good company, according to RedMonk’s latest...