Docker is integrating Kubernetes into the Docker platform, offering users the choice to use Kubernetes and/or Docker Swarm for orchestration while maintaining the consistent developer to operator workflow users have come to expect from Docker.
ZeroStack's cloud platform now runs on Nutanix HCI hardware, expanding choices for IT departments that want to empower their DevOps groups with a software-defined infrastructure that offers SaaS-delivered, multi-cloud operations.
InfluxData announced the availability of certified InfluxData container images on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
Electric Cloud announced ElectricFlow 8.0 with DevOps Insight Analytics.
Demisto and tCell.io announced an integration partnership. Together, the companies deliver a comprehensive security solution for web applications with heightened detection, visibility and remediation capabilities that help teams accelerate response to web application vulnerabilities.
IBM is expanding its relationship with Docker. Together, IBM and Docker will be making it easier for clients to modernize their existing applications with Docker Enterprise Edition, combined with IBM Cloud, software and services.
Checkmarx is launching new mobile security courses for developers. The interactive courses include secure coding for Android Java, Android Kotlin, iOS Objective C and iOS Swift.
Push Technology announced the release of Diffusion 6.0.
Mashape rebranded as Kong and articulated its vision to become the broker layer that empowers developers to lead the software industrial revolution. In addition, Kong also announced the general availability of its new enterprise platform, Kong Enterprise Edition.
CyberArk announced its partnership with Puppet as an Advanced Technology Partner.
Puppet announced Puppet Discover, a new standalone product that enables frictionless discovery of hybrid infrastructure — from traditional infrastructure to cloud resources and containers — with a path to manage it.
Jelastic announced live support for the just-released Java EE 8 and Java SE 9 implementations.
Forty8Fifty Labs announced new cloud hosting, administration and managed services for the Atlassian suite of Agile and DevOps products.
Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Corp. announced a new deep learning library, called Gluon, that allows developers of all skill levels to prototype, build, train and deploy sophisticated machine learning models for the cloud, devices at the edge and mobile apps.
Puppet announced Puppet Task, a family of offerings which encompasses a new open source, agentless product as well as a set of capabilities in Puppet Enterprise that make it easy for organizations to get started with automation, and expand its use across their infrastructure.
Sauce Labs introduced Extended Debugging for Selenium tests.
Puppet announced a number of new products and updates to existing offerings.
Tintri announced the availability of Tintri Automation Toolkit 3.1 with expanded capabilities to help organizations automate all-flash storage operations with ease and agility.
ShiftLef emerged from stealth mode to enable organizations to secure their cloud applications and microservices as part of their continuous integration pipeline, rather than merely reacting to threats discovered in production.
CA Technologies announced a major new release of the CA Automic One Automation platform, a unified suite of automation products enabled to deliver Intelligent Automation for the Modern Software Factory.
Chef announced availability of Habitat Builder, a SaaS-based service that provides a fast way to package apps simply and consistently for deployment and management across flexible cloud native architectures such as those comprising Docker Swarm, Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry, both on-premises and in-cloud.
Puppet announced a new partnership with Google Cloud, including Puppet Approved modules to accelerate cloud adoption and dedicated engineering teams.
Automic Software, owned by CA Technologies, has been named a leader in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Release Automation.
Compuware made Topaz, its flagship solution for mainframe Agile/DevOps, available on Amazon Web Services (AWS), providing cloud access to modern mainframe development, enabling enterprises to deploy agile tools for COBOL and other core codebases in minutes.
InfluxData announced that InfluxCloud, its Time Series Platform, is now available on the IBM Cloud, enabling companies to easily integrate high-performance cloud infrastructure and cutting-edge development services, such as monitoring and real-time alerting, into their IT environments.
Veracode announced support for security testing in applications built with the Scala language, as well as the Python Boto3 framework within the Veracode Static Analysis solution.
SmartBear Software announced that SwaggerHub, the integrated API design and documentation platform for teams, launches initial support for OpenAPI Specification (OAS) 3.0.
DigitalOcean announced the release of its object storage product: Spaces.
Compuware announced support for CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise, a solution offered by CloudBees, the hub of enterprise Jenkins and DevOps, to help large enterprises streamline DevOps on their mainframes and orchestrate DevOps across all platforms.
Datical announced support for Db2 for z/OS to bring automation to the mainframe as enterprises continue to digitally transform.