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TIOBE releases its monthly programming languages index to detail fluctuations across the landscape. Its latest index identifies granular changes as well as long-term trends. Software quality assurance company, TIOBE, releases its top programming languages index each month to detail shifts in the ever-evolving landscape. TIOBE recently announced its latest updated index for October. TIOBE uses a series …

Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, announced a step forward in enterprise-wide IT automation with the integration of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform and Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes. Designed to accelerate the automation and integration between cloud-native and traditional infrastructure, this integration is intended to help drive …

Cloudflare, Inc., the security, performance, and reliability company helping to build a better Internet, released Cloudflare One, a comprehensive, cloud-based network-as-a-service solution for your workforce. As more businesses rely on the Internet to operate, Cloudflare One protects and accelerates the performance of devices, applications, and entire networks to keep workforces secure. Now businesses can protect …

Raygun, a leading application performance monitoring tool, announced that Ruby is the latest language to be supported by their Application Performance Monitoring service, Raygun APM. In 2020 and beyond, many development teams are seeking to better manage their online experiences in a world where digital interactions are representative of application quality. Companies like Domino’s, Coca-Cola, Unity, and …

It’s now easier than ever to bring backing services running on Kubernetes to apps running on VMware Tanzu Application Service. VMware Tanzu Service Manager, now generally available, brings the cf marketplace lifecycle commands to services—such as databases, message queues, or caches—packaged for Kubernetes. You can download Tanzu Service Manager via the Tanzu Network. (Be sure to …

Sony Corporation (“Sony”) announced the launch of its ID7000™ flagship spectral cell analyzer, a new flow cytometer that achieves streamlined multicolor cell analysis for more than 44 colors※1.Incorporating Sony novel spectral technology with up to 7 lasers※2 and 1886* detectors the system enables researchers to detect dim and rare populations from heterogeneous cell populations expanding …

Puppet, the industry standard for infrastructure automation, announced new Windows services, integrations and enhancements aimed at making it easier to automate and manage infrastructure using tools Windows admins rely on. The latest updates include services around Group Policy Migration and Chocolatey, as well as enhancements to the Puppet VS Code Extension, and a new Puppet PowerShell …

Swift 5.3 is now officially released! 🎉 Swift 5.3 continues to focus on language refinements, the developer experience, and expanding the Swift ecosystem to enable more opportunities to write Swift. These sketch notes, created by Amy Tsai, illustrate the highlights of the Swift 5.3 release: Full resolution version available on Amy’s tweet You can also experiment with …

CNCF is publishing the second of our quarterly CNCF End User Technology Radars; the topic for this Technology Radar is observability. In June, we launched the CNCF End User Technology Radar, a new initiative from the CNCF End User Community. This is a group of more than 140 top companies and startups who meet regularly to discuss challenges …

Mainframe modernization is typically viewed as a multiyear, transformational journey that requires  long planning phases and a massive buildout before any returns can be realized. To be sure, there are many enticing short-term migration options, like offloading work to cheaper processors, getting volume discounts from your mainframe provider, using hardware and middleware emulators, leveraging COBOL-to-Java …