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Eclipse proposes Kubernetes development tools

Eclipse proposes Kubernetes development tools

infoworld.com     1+ day ago

The Eclipse Tempest project would bring tools for building Kubernetes applications to multiple IDEs and languages The Eclipse Foundation has proposed the creation of an open-sourc...

What is Docker? Docker containers explained

What is Docker? Docker containers explained

infoworld.com     2+ day ago

Docker helps developers build lightweight and portable software containers that simplify application development, testing, and deployment Docker is a software platform for buildin...

Oracle   s and IBM   s hybrid cloud defense may not hold

Oracle s and IBM s hybrid cloud defense may not hold

infoworld.com     2+ day ago

There's a lot of money on-premises, which keeps IBM and Oracle making money. But AWS, Microsoft, and even Google are targeting on-premises--with IT buy-in Both Oracle and IBM have...

3 things about cloud and IoT you need to consider

3 things about cloud and IoT you need to consider

infoworld.com     2+ day ago

Understand the storage, encryption, and data processing trade-offs when building your IoT apps in the cloud The internet of things (IoT) and cloud-based providers are bound at the...

What   s new in Google   s Android Studio 3.4

What s new in Google s Android Studio 3.4

infoworld.com     2+ day ago

Google's integrated development environment for building Android apps gains a raft of improvements Android Studio 3.4, the latest version of Google's IDE for building Android appl...

JavaScript tutorial: Higher-order functions

JavaScript tutorial: Higher-order functions

infoworld.com     3+ day ago

`Higher-order functions' is a fancy term for functions that take other functions as arguments or that return functions. Very powerful! Last week, I casually dropped the term "high...

5 steps to smarter data visualization

5 steps to smarter data visualization

infoworld.com     3+ day ago

Many organizations today are taking steps to become data driven by utilizing models, analytics, data visualizations, and dashboards as an integral part of decision making. This is ...

Microsoft aims for simplicity with Bosque programming language

Microsoft aims for simplicity with Bosque programming language

infoworld.com     3+ day ago

The new, open-source programming language is designed for writing code that is simple and obvious for both humans and machines Microsoft has launched a new open-source project to ...

Red Hat to maintain OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11

Red Hat to maintain OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11

infoworld.com     3+ day ago

Red Hat will be providing bug fixes and security patches for the two older releases of the Java Development Kit, taking over from Oracle Red Hat is taking over maintenance respons...

12 open-source tools that make Docker better

12 open-source tools that make Docker better

infoworld.com     4+ day ago

From bringing GUIs to Docker tools to using Docker to streamline development and testing, these 12 projects help float Docker's boat Blink and you might miss some of the most inte...

When developers shouldn   t trust low-code platforms

When developers shouldn t trust low-code platforms

infoworld.com     4+ day ago

Low-code and lock-in often go hand in hand. Watch out for these red flags when choosing a solution The application development world is continuously changing, evidenced by the ana...

Mozilla brings Python data science to the browser

Mozilla brings Python data science to the browser

infoworld.com     4+ day ago

Pyodide project uses Emscripten and WebAssembly to run Python and its data science libraries in any major browser Mozilla's experimental Pyodide project is bringing a Python data ...

Move data to the cloud with Azure Data Migration

Move data to the cloud with Azure Data Migration

infoworld.com     5+ day ago

Despite more than a decade of cloud migration, there's still a vast amount of data running on-premises. That's not surprising since data migrations, even between similar systems, a...

Avoid these 2 cloud computing career pitfalls

Avoid these 2 cloud computing career pitfalls

infoworld.com     5+ day ago

People come to me all of the time looking to reengineer their IT career with a cloud computing makeover. While this is typically a good move, I find that as the world of cloud comp...

Google Cloud Code gives Kubernetes development a boost

Google Cloud Code gives Kubernetes development a boost

infoworld.com     5+ day ago

Pre-release plug-ins for Visual Studio Code and IntelliJ promise to speed up the build, deploy, and debug cycle for cloud-native apps Google has introduced Google Cloud Code, a se...

How to use the strategy design pattern in .Net

How to use the strategy design pattern in .Net

infoworld.com     6+ day ago

Take advantage of the strategy design pattern to encapsulate a set of algorithms inside a class and apply them based on input Design patterns are used to solve common design probl...

AnzoGraph: A graph database for deep analytics

AnzoGraph: A graph database for deep analytics

infoworld.com     6+ day ago

AnzoGraph is a fast, horizontally scalable, OLAP graph database that brings a wealth of analytics capabilities to large graphs Graph databases such as Neo4j, TigerGraph, Amazon Ne...

Who will benefit the most from 5G

Who will benefit the most from 5G

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

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Eirini project brings Kubernetes to Cloud Foundry

Eirini project brings Kubernetes to Cloud Foundry

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

EIrini allows Cloud Foundry users to chooses between the Diego scheduler and Kubernetes as the container orchestrator Eirini, an open source project that integrates the Cloud Foun...

Node.js vs. Java: An epic battle for developer mind share

Node.js vs. Java: An epic battle for developer mind share

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

In the history of computing, 1995 was a crazy time. First Java appeared, then close on its heels came JavaScript. The names made them seem like conjoined twins newly detached, but ...

JavaScript memoization: Handy functional programming

JavaScript memoization: Handy functional programming

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

Memoization is a neat functional programming trick you can use to speed up expensive calculations Any time you're writing code, it means the code is going to be doing work for you...

Google releases Anthos for cloud management

Google releases Anthos for cloud management

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

Google releases Anthos for cloud management The renamed Google Cloud Services Platform uses Kubernetes to build and manage hybrid applications for on-premises or the cloud Google...

You Can Now Get This Award-Winning VPN For Just $1/month

You Can Now Get This Award-Winning VPN For Just $1/month

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

If you use the internet (which you clearly do), you likely know how important it is to protect your data in an increasingly dangerous cyber environment. But like other essential ta...

How to run stateful applications on Kubernetes

How to run stateful applications on Kubernetes

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

Take advantage of Portworx PX-Enterprise to simplify management of data-rich workloads on Kubernetes In this article, I'll review some of the fundamental abstractions in Kubernete...

24 Python libraries for every Python developer

24 Python libraries for every Python developer

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

Web apps, web crawling, database access, GUI creation, parsing, image processing, and lots more--these handy tools have you covered Want a good reason for the smashing success of ...

Google Cloud Run runs stateless containers, serverlessly

Google Cloud Run runs stateless containers, serverlessly

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

Google Cloud Run lets you deploy stateless, HTTP-invocable containers to a managed compute service or to Google Kubernetes Engine Google Cloud Run runs stateless containers, serve...

BrandPost: Making Python Fly: Accelerate Performance without Re-coding

BrandPost: Making Python Fly: Accelerate Performance without Re-coding

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

Crunch more data, build code faster with top compilers and libraries, and take advantage of the incredibly wide vector registers on today's and tomorrow's Intel(R) processors. Dev...

BrandPost: Simple Python Performance Tune-Ups You Shouldn   t Ignore

BrandPost: Simple Python Performance Tune-Ups You Shouldn t Ignore

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

Crunch more data, build code faster with top compilers and libraries, and take advantage of the incredibly wide vector registers on today's and tomorrow's Intel(R) processors. Man...

Xamarin.Forms 4.0: Microsoft   s new approach to mobile UI

Xamarin.Forms 4.0: Microsoft s new approach to mobile UI

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

By providing a standard way of designing UI, Xamarin.Forms moves away from apps having a native look and feel to apps having a Xamarin look and feel. That's certainly an arguable d...

3 signs you   re going overboard with cloud features

3 signs you re going overboard with cloud features

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

You use technology for a purpose, your purpose is never to use technology I've been working with new trendy tech for years, and one of the things that's been driving me crazy is n...

How to improve the performance of ASP.Net Core applications

How to improve the performance of ASP.Net Core applications

infoworld.com     1+ week ago

Take advantage of these best practices to reduce resource consumption and improve the performance of your ASP.Net Core applications ASP.Net Core is a fast, lightweight, open-sourc...

Why Oracle is happy to lose to AWS and MongoDB

Why Oracle is happy to lose to AWS and MongoDB

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

Open source and cloud developers lead the charge away from Oracle's database, but they're not where Oracle makes its money Mark Hurd, the CEO of Oracle, is a numbers guy. In a rec...

AI systems are biased, and cloud availability makes it worse

AI systems are biased, and cloud availability makes it worse

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

According to Gartner Research, from now until the year 2022, 85 percent of AI projects will deliver erroneous outcomes due to bias in data, algorithms, or the teams responsible for...

Cloud Native Buildpacks reach the beta stage

Cloud Native Buildpacks reach the beta stage

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

Cloud Native Buildpacks, an open source technology inspired by Heroku and Cloud Foundry buildpacks and intended to unify the buildpack ecosystem, has moved to a public beta release...

Why event-driven architectures are important today

Why event-driven architectures are important today

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

Development organizations sensing the shift from user-driven to machine-driven access patterns in APIs and services should consider event-driven architectures. These architectures ...

JavaScript autocomplete is better with TabNine

JavaScript autocomplete is better with TabNine

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

A few months ago, a colleague recommended an autocomplete tool to me called TabNine. It was closed source, he said, but he wasn't at all shy about using it despite being a proponen...

IDG Contributor Network: How to monitor and improve site speed performance

IDG Contributor Network: How to monitor and improve site speed performance

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

For any consumer-facing application, site speed is an important element of the overall user experience, which extends to all platforms where your app is available, including the we...

What is Kubernetes? Container orchestration explained

What is Kubernetes? Container orchestration explained

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

Kubernetes is a popular open source platform for container orchestration -- that is, for the management of applications built out of multiple, largely self-contained runtimes calle...

How to model time-series anomaly detection for IoT

How to model time-series anomaly detection for IoT

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

Anomaly detection covers a large number of data analytics use cases. However, here anomaly detection refers specifically to the detection of unexpected events, be it cardiac episod...

Nominate yourself for the 2019 Enterprise Architecture Awards

Nominate yourself for the 2019 Enterprise Architecture Awards

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

Leadership, collaboration, business smarts, tech smarts, and an agile operating model are the hallmarks of today's high-impact EA teams Digital transformation, innovation, and cus...

When to declare cloud application migration failure

When to declare cloud application migration failure

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

There are three main causes of cloud migration failures to avoid if possible and learn from if not One of the hip terms that you hear a great deal in Silicon Valley is "fail fast....

How to use anomaly detection in Azure machine learning

How to use anomaly detection in Azure machine learning

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

One key part of Microsoft's big bet on machine learning is that these technologies need to be democratized, turned into relatively simple-to-understand building blocks that Microso...

How to implement health checks in ASP.Net Core

How to implement health checks in ASP.Net Core

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

Take advantage of health check middleware in ASP.Net Core to monitor the health of your application, its database connection, and more Health checks are used to determine if the a...

Review: OmniSci GPU database lifts huge data sets

Review: OmniSci GPU database lifts huge data sets

infoworld.com     2+ week ago

Review: OmniSci GPU database lifts huge data sets GPU acceleration of database, rendering, and visualization enables interactive exploration of data sets with billions of rows Ma...

What   s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code

What s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code

infoworld.com     3+ week ago

Microsoft's open source development tool is an important piece of the developer's toolkit. Built using GitHub's cross-platform Electron framework, Visual Studio Code is a full-feat...

How to eliminate the security risk of redundant data

How to eliminate the security risk of redundant data

infoworld.com     3+ week ago

Most enterprises bring all their redundant data to the cloud, along with the security risk such redundancy creates. Here's how to fix it When you move, you have a few choices of w...

Mozilla   s WASI takes WebAssembly beyond the browser

Mozilla s WASI takes WebAssembly beyond the browser

infoworld.com     3+ week ago

Mozilla has announced a new standardization effort to provide a consistent way for WebAssembly applications to interact with any operating system they run on. Dubbed WASI, or WebA...


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