Salesforce introduced a new Automation Everywhere Bundle to accelerate end-to-end workflow orchestration, automate across any system, and embed data and AI-driven workflows anywhere.
Weaveworks announced that Flux, the original GitOps project, has graduated in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF®).
Tigera announced enhancements to its cluster mesh capabilities for managing multi-cluster environments with Calico.
CloudBees achieved the Amazon Web Service (AWS) Service Ready Program for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Spot Instances.
GitLab announced the limited availability of GitLab Dedicated, a new way to use GitLab - as a single-tenant software as a service (SaaS) solution.
Red Hat announced an expansion of its open solutions publicly available in AWS Marketplace.
Sisense announced the availability of the Sisense CI/CD Git integration module.
Codenotary announced TrueSBOM for Serverless, a self-updating Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) for applications running on AWS Lamda, Google Cloud Functions and Microsoft Azure Functions that is made possible by simply adding one line to the application source code.
Code Intelligence announced its open-source Command-Line Interface (CLI) tool, CI Fuzz CLI, now allows Java developers to easily incorporate fuzz testing into their existing JUnit setup in order to find functional bugs and security vulnerabilities at scale.
Parasoft announced the 2022.2 release of Parasoft C/C++test with support for MISRA C:2012 Amendment 3 and a draft version of MISRA C++ 202x.
Kasm Technologies announced the release of Kasm Workspaces v1.12, providing major enhancements to its portfolio of digital workspaces delivering Desktop as a Service (DaaS), Virtualized Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Remote Browser Isolation (RBI), Open-Source Intelligence Collection (OSINT), Training/Sandboxes, and Containerized Application Streaming (CAS).
Cloud4C has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) DevOps Competency status.
Simplilearn has acquired Fullstack Academy, for an all-cash transaction.
Red Hat introduced Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.1and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.7.
Armory announced its new cloud-based solution called Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service, now available on the AWS Marketplace.
Rapid has has formally rebranded Paw to RapidAPI for Mac.
Red Hat announced the general availability of Migration Toolkit for Applications 6, based on the open source project Konveyor, aimed at helping customers accelerate large-scale application modernization efforts.
Palo Alto Networks signed a definitive agreement to acquire Cider Security (Cider).
OutSystems announced its new cloud-native development solution OutSystems Developer Cloud (ODC).
Retool announced Retool Workflows, a fast, extensible way for developers to build cron jobs, scheduled notifications, ETL tasks, and everything in between.
OutSystems announced the new OutSystems AI Mentor System.
Redpanda launched the general availability of its Redpanda Cloud managed service.
Edge Delta announced the launch of a free version, Edge Delta Free Edition, providing an intelligent and highly automated monitoring and troubleshooting experience for applications and services running in Kubernetes.
Codenotary announced TrueSBOM, a patent-pending, self-updating Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) for every application that is made possible by simply adding one line to the application source code.
Azion announced the release of the Azion Build product suite.
Puppet by Perforce announced the latest Long-Term Support (LTS) release of Puppet Enterprise.
Couchbase announced new enhancements to its database-as-a-service (DBaaS) Couchbase Capella.
Macrometa Corporation announced a new strategic equity investment, go-to-market partnership, and powerful product integrations with Akamai Technologies.
VMware announced advancements to its VMware Tanzu cloud native app portfolio and VMware Aria cloud management platform to deliver a cloud smart approach to cloud native application development, delivery, and management that supports customers at every step of their journey, across any Kubernetes and across any cloud.
Snowflake announced new innovations to enable developers, data engineers, and data scientists to build directly in the Data Cloud.