To help developers quickly begin exploring the use of blockchain in the enterprise, IBM has made nearly 44,000 lines of code available to the Linux Foundation’s open source Hyperledger Project to help developers easily build secure distributed ledgers that can be used to exchange most anything of value.
As part of its strategic efforts to grow the Progress talent pool and global developer community, Progress launched Progress Academy, an education program to help new developers quickly acquire the appropriate skills to leverage Progress OpenEdge for enterprise-class application development.
The Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) announced the availability of an important update for developers that will help organizations swiftly navigate the OIC’s resources to quickly take advantage of the technologies and infrastructure developed, furthering standardization for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Automic announced the delivery of a new Microsoft Azure Action Pack.
IBM announced a broad expansion of its Cloud Data Services portfolio with more than 25 services now available on the IBM Cloud.
CA Technologies welcomed the new agreement reached between European Union and the United States government for international data transfers, to replace the Safe Harbor framework.
SmartBear Software has released a major upgrade to SwaggerHub, the place for development teams to collaborate and coordinate the entire lifecycle of an API.
The new CloudBees partner portal, launched this month, provides the CloudBees partner community with a single destination to uncover and manage new opportunities and expand DevOps and enterprise-scale Jenkins business.
MuleSoft announced that Mark Dao has joined the company as Chief Product Officer.
SmartBear Software announced LoadComplete 4.0, the new and improved version of its performance and load testing tool for Web and mobile assets.
SOASTA announced the Winter 2016 release of its Digital Performance Management (DPM) Platform.
Loggly introduced the addition of Loggly Live Tail to its enterprise-class service.
Docker has acquired Unikernel Systems, a Cambridge, UK-based company focused on unikernel development.
Sumo Logic announced the availability of Sumo Logic Live Tail, a new feature that allows developers and IT ops teams to leverage tail -f, to tail logs in real-time to monitor and troubleshoot new code as it’s rolled out to production.
Datical announced $8 million in Series B funding.
JFrog has secured a $50 million investment round from new investors.
Puppet Labs has secured a $22 million credit facility from Silicon Valley Bank.
Serena Software announced the new release of Serena Deployment Automation.
VictorOps announced the availability of both VictorOps Standard and VictorOps Enterprise to support organizations of all sizes.
MuleSoft announced a new release of Anypoint Platform, featuring Anypoint MQ.
XebiaLabs announced a new release of XL TestView: 1.4.0.
Compuware and SonarSource are helping large enterprises protect and increase the long-term value of their mainframe applications.
XebiaLabs announced a new version of its software release orchestration product XL Release, which improves release orchestration across people, processes and tools.
Compuware Corporation announced far-reaching partnerships, a major acquisition, and continued innovation within its own industry-leading software portfolio — all in support of an initiative that will empower customers to incorporate mainframe applications into their broader cross-platform Agile/DevOps processes.
SunView Software announced general availability of a new multi-modal change management offering based on their powerful ChangeGear platform.
SmartBear Software has released Collaborator 9.4, continuing its investment in GitHub integration and Collaborator’s archiving feature.
AUTOMIC announced that IT industry veteran John Purrier has joined the company as Chief Technology Officer.
Nastel Technologies has been recognized and positioned by Gartner in the December 2015 “Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring Suites” report.
Compuware is enabling enterprises to manage mainframe COBOL application code within Atlassian JIRA Software, the popular team planning and project management software.
Compuware and AppDynamics are integrating solutions so enterprise IT organizations can more quickly, easily, and accurately resolve issues with multi-platform applications that use DB2 on IBM z Systems mainframes as a backend database.