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Chef realigns its product portfolio and strategy to be 100 percent open-source, as it moves away from an open-core model in an effort to help advance software automation.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The Apache Software Foundation, celebrating its 20th anniversary, continues to help develop and promote open-source software that underpins much of the internet.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The challenge for network managers is how to ensure the quality of network-based applications, particularly latency and jitter-sensitive ones—such as voice and video--remains high. InfoVista has some ideas on how to do that.
Accessibility Insights, which is available for Windows or for web use, allows developers to fix accessibility issues early in the dev cycle.
NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: Quest’s flagship Recovery Manager for Active Directory automates an AD recovery at the object and attribute level.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: AIOps is a Gartner Research-defined platform that combines big data and artificial intelligence functionality to replace a broad range of IT operations processes and tasks, including availability and performance monitoring, event correlation and analysis and IT service management.
Preview version 3 adds many new capabilities, including a C# editor that is built on the same core engine used in the Windows version.
NEW PRODUCT NEWS: Startup is creating a new category with its universal engagement platform, supporting and enhancing businesses’ cloud-based systems of record to create dynamic, highly personalized enterprise applications at scale.
The Linux Foundation announces a new open-source effort that will bring together multiple projects in the continuous integration/continuous development (CI/CD) space, including Spinnaker and Jenkins.
RSA Conference 2019: Steve Martino, SVP and CISO at Cisco, outlines how his firm has enabled a DevSecOps pipeline to help improve security throughout the software development lifecycle.