Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Thursday, July 9, 2020
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Kubernetes-Native DevOps Gains Steam

Application development tool vendors continue to attract investors as enterprise DevOps teams look to automate workflows that will accelerate continuous integration and delivery capabilities for application container and microservices ...Full Article

IBM Extends Jupyter Notebooks for AI Development

IBM has released a new open source toolkit with AI extensions to the popular Jupyter Notebooks data science development platform. The Elyra AI Toolkit extends the industry standard JupyterLab user interface with the ...Full Article

How “MLonCode” Could Disrupt Software Development

The recent acquisitions of Tableau by Salesforce for $15.7 billion and Looker by Google for $2.6 billion reinforce the notion that data is the new printing press, coal and ...Full Article

App Developer Netlify Looks Beyond Web Servers

The enterprise shift away from web server applications towards APIs and microservices is spawning new platforms where web applications are developed on networks rather than servers requiring more management ...Full Article

IoT App Developers Get New Tools

As the Internet of Things matures, IoT application development is moving center stage with frameworks designed to accelerate deployment of devices along with platforms to handle data management. Meanwhile, ...Full Article

Low Code Gets an Industrial-Strength Boost

The rapid turnaround approach to enterprise application development known as low code continues to gain momentum with this week’s acquisition of cloud native application development specialist Mendix by the ...Full Article

Oracle Embraces Containers to Speed Cloud Apps

Oracle's databases and developer tools can now be pulled as images from a Docker container registry as the partners look to speed development of cloud-native database applications. Oracle becomes ...Full Article

IBM Touts Hybrid Approach to Quantum Computing

IBM is attempting to move quantum computing to the mainstream via an application-programming interface and other software tools that would allow developers to build interfaces between its cloud-based quantum ...Full Article

More Partners Sign On to IBM Cloud

IBM rolled out new cloud developer services and tools this week while announcing a partnership with one of India's largest IT outsourcing vendors as it continues to extend its ...Full Article

IBM Adds Node.js App Tools with StrongLoop Deal

In a bid to bolster its toolbox for developing cloud-based applications, IBM said this week it would acquire StrongLoop Inc., an application development software startup. Two-year-old StrongLoop, based in ...Full Article
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