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Mary Poppendieck Discusses Containers, Microservices and Contract Tests

by Daniel Bryant on  Apr 25, 2015

At Craft Conference 2015 in Budapest, Mary Poppendieck discussed the ‘new software development game’ and offered advice on how best to utilise containers, microservices and consumer-based contract tests to lower friction and limit risk within software systems.

Hortonworks, IBM and Pivotal to Support Open Data Platform in Their Big Data Solutions

by Srini Penchikala on  Apr 24, 2015 1

Big data vendors Hortonworks, IBM, and Pivotal recently announced that their Hadoop based platform products will use the common Open Data Platform (ODP). They made the announcement at the recent HadoopSummit Europe Conference of the open platform which includes Apache Hadoop 2.6 (HDFS, YARN, and MapReduce) and Apache Ambari software.

Chip Childers on Modern Application Architecture and Cloud Native Application Platform

by Srini Penchikala on  Apr 23, 2015

Programming frameworks, containers, and application platforms are some of the components that make up the modern application architecture. Chip Childers of Cloud Foundry Foundation spoke at ApacheCon Conference last week about modern application architecture and the cloud native application platform.

Complexity is Outside of the Code with Dan North and Jessica Kerr

by Daniel Bryant on  Apr 23, 2015

At Craft Conference in Budapest, Dan North and Jessica Kerr presented a keynote session which cautioned developers that complexity is often found outside of the code. The key messages included: identify and manage areas of complexity; treat learning as a first-class citizen; focus on working to sustainably minimise lead time to business impact; and nurture a supportive team and community.

GCC 5.1 is Out

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 23, 2015

The GNU Project has announced the release of GCC 5.1. The first major release of GCC 5 comes with many new features and improvements, including improved support for C++11/14, a new libstdc++ ABI, and a machine-code JIT embeddable library.

Google Will Propose QUIC As IETF Standard

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 22, 2015

Google has recently announced that they will propose their experimental transport layer network protocol QUIC as a IETF Standard. Furthermore. Google has provided the first available figures about the improvements in page load time that QUIC makes possible.

RAML Founder Talks About the API Industry: Governance, Technology, and Acquisitions

by Jerome Louvel on  Apr 22, 2015

InfoQ had the opportunity to interview Uri Sarid, creator of another famous API language, the RAML project. Uri is also CTO of MuleSoft and we appreciate that he was generous with his time to help the community understand RAML’s technology and governance, share his view of the SmartBear acquisition of Swagger, and provide interesting comparison points between RAML, Swagger and API Blueprint.

Grails 3.0: Built on Spring Boot and Gradle

by Matt Raible on  Apr 22, 2015

The Grails team released Grails 3.0, a complete rewrite of the popular MVC framework now based on Spring Boot. Grails 3.0 contains a number of new features including Groovy 2.4 and Android support, Spring 4.1, and Gradle replacing the old Gant-build system.

Spring Security 4.0: WebSocket, Spring Data and Test Support

by Matt Raible on  Apr 21, 2015

The Spring Security team released Spring Security 4.0.0, adding several new features as well as more default security. Major themes include WebSocket Security, Spring Data integration, better testing support and the introduction of Spring Session as a new (Apache licensed) open source project.

QCon San Francisco Nov 16 - 20, 2015 - Registration Open; Top 10 Presentations

by Diana Baciu on  Apr 21, 2015

Registration is now open for QCon San Francisco 2015 (Nov 16-20). The 9th annual event - taking place at The Hyatt Regency San Francisco - will feature over 100 speakers, 15 tracks, and many opportunities for networking. Register before Jun 27th and save $800.

Microsoft Introduces LLILC, LLVM-based .NET/CoreCLR Compiler

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 21, 2015

The .NET Foundation has announced the release of a new project called LLILC (pronounced "lilac"). The project, initiallycontributed by Microsoft, aims to provide a new LLVM-based native code compiler for .NET Core which will make it possible to run .NET programs "on any platform that CoreCLR can be ported to and that LLVM will target."

Amazon CTO Werner Vogels Shares Nine Patterns of Cloud Adoption

by Daniel Bryant on  Apr 19, 2015

At the Amazon Web Services AWS Summit London, Werner Vogels shared nine patterns of cloud adoption that AWS have observed from its customer base over the past nine years of operation. Vogels suggested that the ease of operation, low cost and additional value-add business services provided by cloud vendors mean that organisations must embrace the cloud in order to stay competitive.

The Peril and Promise of the Early Adoption of Technology

by Daniel Bryant on  Apr 18, 2015

At the inaugural O’Reilly Software Architecture conference, Bryan Cantrill shared lessons learnt from building a business around the early adoption of OS-virtualised containers. Core advice included; don’t innovate in too many directions at once; identify the technical differentiators, and focus on ease of use/adoptions for everything else; and don’t give up - technological revolutions take time.

Google Enhances Data and Network Services for its Cloud Platform

by Janakiram MSV on  Apr 18, 2015

Google announced the general availability of Cloud DNS, expanded locations for load balancing, additional carrier providers for peering, beta availability of Cloud Dataflow and VPN services

Amazon Web Services launches Machine Learning Service

by Mikio Braun on  Apr 17, 2015 2

Amazon Web Services have recently launched their Amazon Machine Learning service that allows users to learn predictive models in the cloud. After Google with Prediction API, and Microsoft with Azure Machine Learning, Amazon is the latest major cloud service provider to launch a similar service.

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