Applitools announced the UI Version Control system, empowering developers, test automation engineers, and product managers to view the entire history of their web and mobile application user interfaces (UI) to understand what’s changed, when, and by whom.
CloudBees announced its enhanced product suite, the CloudBees Suite, which provides an end-to-end software delivery system to address the needs of modern software development organizations who are adopting continuous integration (CI), continuous delivery (CD) and DevOps practices.
Electric Cloud announced a new training and certification program called Electric Cloud University (ECU).
XebiaLabs announced its new “XebiaLabs DevOps Pack for Jenkins.”
Rainforest QA announced that its virtual machines (VM), which allows businesses to run testing flows continuously with a consistent experience every time, are immediately available for all mobile iOS 12 customers.
SmartBear announced the release of SoapUI Pro 2.5, the latest update of the testing platform for REST and SOAP APIs. This release includes the addition of native Docker support, expanded automated test creation, and several native integrations with leading Continuous Integration (CI) servers like Jenkins, TeamCity, and VSTS.
DeployHub announced the launch of DeployHub SaaS, a hosted solution for Application Release Automation (ARA).
SmartBear announced a new program that provides free access to CrossBrowserTesting for any software development team working on an open source project.
Actifio announced a new initiative with Yash Solutions, including integrating Actifio as the data layer with Ansible for configuration management to power the YashOne platform.
Pulumi Corporation announced the availability of its Cloud Native SDK for Kubernetes enabling a code-based approach to creating, deploying and managing applications across clouds including Microsoft AKS, Amazon EKS, and Google GKE, in addition to on-premises and hybrid environments.
Secure Code Warrior has gained US$3.5 million in funding from two strategic venture capital firms.
Sumo Logic announced a new cloud SIEM solution to democratize security analytics across IT, breaking down legacy silos with new cloud models, including DevSecOps.
Chef received certification of its Chef Automate Incident Creation application with ServiceNow, available now in the ServiceNow Store.
StreamSets announced innovations that help companies efficiently build and continuously operate dataflows that span their data center and leading cloud platforms — AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.
VoltDB announced extended capability for building real-time applications in public, private and hybrid clouds.
The newest iteration of Zephyr software, version 6.2, offers Enterprise-level Agile and DevOps teams superior scalability, performance and security, while empowering users to tap into the much-needed flexibility and organization capabilities required to accelerate the software testing cycles.
Bitbar Technologies launched AI Testbot to help IT organizations scale up mobile testing efficiency and maximize quality assurance efforts with less investment in coding and hiring.
Targetprocess, provider of a visual management platform for Agile teams and organizations, and business/software development consulting/training organization Net Objectives, announced a strategic partnership enabling both companies to provide integrated solutions uniquely tailored to mid-sized enterprises.
xMatters has partnered with Atlassian in the launch of a new product, Jira Ops, which creates a central hub to help IT teams respond to, resolve, and learn from incidents more efficiently.
Eggplant announced the launch of its open-source communities initiative with the release of two products to help the JMeter and Selenium communities benefit from its groundbreaking Digital Automation Intelligence suite.
Bitrise released a range of new features aimed at supporting mobile open source projects.
Undo announced the appointment of Barry Morris as its new CEO with immediate effect.
BrowserStack announced integrations with Atlassian’s Jira Software and Trello.
Couchbase launched a NoSQL autonomous operator for Kubernetes.
UST Global announced a partnership with pCloudy, a California based Mobile App testing platform with more than 50,000 users across the globe.
Kong announced that its open source platform will support service mesh deployments.
Panzura announced the launch of its new Vizion.ai SaaS platform for multi-cloud data management.
Platform9 announced Arbitrage – a new capability for Platform9 Managed Kubernetes that allows companies to define what percentage of their total number of nodes in a Kubernetes cluster to deploy as Spot instances on Amazon EC2 at adjustable Spot bid prices, and what level of fault tolerance and performance to maintain.
IT Revolution announced the final round of speakers to be added to the DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2018 agenda.
The Open Mainframe Project announced Zowe, a new open source software framework that bridges the divide between modern applications and the mainframe, providing easier interoperability and scalability among products and solutions from multiple vendors.