Alfresco and Tech Mahindra announced the extension of their global partnership and the development of new solution frameworks built on the Alfresco Digital Business Platform to meet the needs of today’s digital customer by simplifying content creation, access, sharing and review.
LogicMonitor introduced two innovations to help engineers monitor their dynamic microservices and containerized applications: Kubernetes container monitoring and LM Service Insight.
Quali announced CloudShell Colony - a software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud management platform for DevOps.
Split announced that its feature flag solution is available for free to the market.
XebiaLabs launched an advanced chain of custody, security and compliance risk assessment tracking for software releases available for enterprise software delivery.
Appvance.ai secured $5M in series B funding.
ActiveState announced enhancements to the ActiveState Platform, its SaaS offering, to add new functionality to automatically build, certify and resolve open source languages.
Compuware announced significant enhancements to Topaz, the company's mainframe DevOps solution for empowering next-gen developers to bring modern development best practices and third-party tools-of-choice to the mainframe.
Perforce Software announced the release of Helix ALM 2018.4 (formerly TestTrack).
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) launched Jile 2.0, a new major release of the company's Agile DevOps product-on-cloud.
Elastic, the company behind Elasticsearch and the Elastic Stack, has made it possible to deploy Elasticsearch and Kibana to Kubernetes in a matter of minutes with Helm Charts (currently available in alpha status).
Rancher Labs announced their collaboration with Arm to meet the needs of Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing deployments. As a result, Rancher Kubernetes Engine (RKE) and RancherOS have been ported to Arm.
Portworx announced that its flagship cloud native storage and data management platform, PX-Enterprise, is available to run on IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service (IKS).
API Fortress released new tooling for developers and automation engineers that help them use their existing platforms and processes with minimal changes and maximum interconnectivity.
CloudBees announced commercial support for Jenkins X.
IT Revolution's call for papers for DevOps Enterprise Summit London 2019 is open.
Panzura announced global general availability of its new Vizion.ai SaaS platform for multi-cloud data management.
Red Hat announced the availability of long-term commercial support for OpenJDK on Microsoft Windows.
XebiaLabs launched DevOps as Code features for the XebiaLabs DevOps Platform.
Harness released 24x7 Service Guard, a new machine learning-based capability that empowers and protects developers who practice Continuous Delivery.
Atomist announced the ability for developers to now deliver to Kubernetes using the open source Software Delivery Machine (SDM) in local mode.
JFrog announced the coming availability of JFrog GoCenter, a central repository for software modules developed in the popular Go programming language.
Rancher Labs announced enhanced Prometheus support, delivering greater visibility into Kubernetes clusters and making Rancher the only solution that supports Prometheus in a multi-cluster, multi-tenant environment.
CloudBees announced that CloudBees Core for Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) is available for download from Pivotal Services Marketplace, a trusted source to help PCF customers understand, install and succeed with platform add-on services.
Oracle announced the Oracle Cloud Native Framework, providing developers a cloud native solution that spans public cloud, on premises and hybrid cloud deployments.
IBM and HCL Technologies announced a definitive agreement under which HCL will acquire select IBM software products for $1.8 billion.
CloudBees unveiled CloudBees Core for Kubernetes Continuous Delivery, a new continuous delivery solution that organizations can use to rapidly create, deploy and manage cloud native applications for Kubernetes.
Perforce Software and Perfecto have merged.
The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, announced the formation of the new Automated Compliance Tooling (ACT) project.
JFrog announced the establishment of a new entity, JFrog Japan K.K.