No one wants to accidentally infect their system with a security vulnerability. Now, developers can safely dig into new software with the Sandboxed API. Newly open sourced by Google, this data security tool helps ensure the safety of your system while still letting developers put new programs through their paces.
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Search has evolved from information retrieval into big data analytics. In this article, Giovanni Tummarello explains how you can improve your search analytics with Siren for data visualization, joins across backends, and more!
Organizing a team for project development can be an entire chorus of horrors. Make music with Orchestra 1.0, a Robotic Process Automation system that organizes your experts and machine processes with the ease of a veteran conductor.
Got memory issues? Worried about your heap dump analysis? In this article, Ram Lakshmanan explains how you can solve memory issues for heap dump analysis with Eclipse MAT by checking your incoming and outgoing references.
Hunting for weak spots in Java and Python projects is easier than ever with SAP’s Vulnerability Assessment Tool
Does your Java project have a giant target hiding deep within its code? Thanks to the all-new Vulnerability Assessment Tool from SAP, developers can find, assess, and mitigate known security issues in their Java and Python apps.
Testing, testing! This integral part of the development process is often given short shrift. Today, we’re taking a look at five of our favorite open source Java testing tools for unit tests, requirement tests, automated UI tests, and more!
Jenkins may seem all-purpose, but it’s really not. Just because you think you can use Jenkins Pipelines for continuous delivery doesn’t mean you should. Steve Burton explains why Jenkins Pipelines can be surprisingly brittle and how developers can get around this hurdle.
Looking for a stable foundation to develop REST APIs with Express and Node.js? Introducing Footing, a new project designed to help developers build secure APIs with minimal setup. Find your own route while keeping your project secure.
Even the TIOBE Index is feeling the doldrums of March. Not much has changed this month on the popular index, as Java continues to hold on to the #1 spot, PowerShell swims into the top 50 again, and Go stumbles a few spots.
Worried your ML models might blab about proprietary data? Now, developers can keep their training data isolated from their machine learning models with TensorFlow Privacy. This Python library optimizes ML models without running into any data security or privacy concerns with differential privacy.
Sail the stormy seas with keptn! This enterprise-grade framework helps developers deploy cloud-native apps to any Kubernetes cluster. Keep your developers from mutiny with keptn’s automated multistage unbreakable delivery pipelines, self-healing deployments, and event-driven runbook automation.
Kubernetes is looking lighter than air with this extremely lightweight distribution. k3s boasts an absolutely tiny binary, weighing in at less than 40 MB. Plus, you only need 512 MB of RAM to run it, making this a perfect distribution for Edge, IoT, or ARM computing!
Having a hard time finding the right Kubernetes operators? Red Hat’s new OperatorHub.io is a public registry for Kubernetes Operator services. This curated list ensures developers can find exactly what they are looking for… without any documentation surprises.
Spring is in the air and it’s time to check on our favorite Gopher! Go 1.12 is here; what does this update bring? Significant runtime improvements, more module support, some depreciated tools, and as always, backwards compatibility.