Mendix Low-Code Platform Kubernetes

Mendix Brings Low-Code Platform to Kubernetes

At its Mendix World 2019 conference, Mendix today announced it has now fully integrated its namesakes low-code application development platform with Kubernetes as part of an effort to make the platform available ...
Sysdig to Provide Greater Visibility into Container Security

Sysdig to Provide Greater Visibility into Container Security

At this week’s Google Cloud Next 2019 conference, Sysdig announced it will offer a preview of the next iteration of a platform for monitoring and securing containers that provides IT organizations with ...
Red Hat Launches App Dev Platform

Red Hat Launches App Dev Platform Native to Kubernetes

Red Hat is making generally available an application development environment that runs natively on Kubernetes. Brad Micklea, senior director for developer experience and programs at Red Hat, says CodeReady Workspaces will enable ...
Kubernetes Platform Closer to OpenStack

Red Hat Ties Kubernetes Platform Closer to OpenStack

Red Hat this week moved to tie application development and deployment environments based on Kubernetes closer to the latest version of the OpenStack cloud computing framework. The Red Hat OpenStack 14 release ...
Multi-model Database Successful Microservices

Multi-model Database Key to Successful Microservices

In the last few years, microservices have exploded in popularity, and the trend is only going to grow. In fact, a survey of development professionals revealed 86 percent of respondents expect microservices ...
TIBCO Acquires nanoscale.io to Drive Microservices

TIBCO Acquires nanoscale.io to Drive Microservices

The mutual dependency between microservices and APIs runs deep. In addition to spawning an API, each new microservice makes calls to any number of existing APIs. As part of an effort to ...
Red Hat: Containers Are New Atomic Unit

Red Hat: Containers Are New Atomic Unit

At a Red Hat Summit 2017 conference today Red Hat today launched a slew of initiatives that collectively serve to confirm that containers are the new atomic unit of application development and ...