Progress announced that the Progress DataDirect suite of data connectivity tools now provides Day One Support for disruptive big data technologies with frequent release cycles, including Hadoop Hive, Spark SQL, MongoDB and more.
Sauce Labs launched a new training program, making it easier for developers to master web testing with Selenium and mobile testing with Appium.
Blueprint launched Storyteller, an Agile requirements tool that helps disparate stakeholders auto-generate consistent, high-quality user stories and acceptance criteria, align business and IT interests, and enhance collaboration across the enterprise.
Pivotal announced the Pivotal Ready Partner Program, designed to build deep expertise and thriving businesses with the Pivotal Cloud Foundry platform.
MuleSoft is investing in its vertical solutions roadmap, expanding its team of experts and partner ecosystem to address major challenges in the global public sector.
Accenture opened a new Liquid Studio in Paris, France, strategically co-located with the Accenture Innovation Center.
Signal Sciences announced integrations with over a dozen leading agile development and technology software companies to help push forward the cooperation between DevOps and security.
Puppet announced the keynote lineup and IT Leader track for PuppetConf 2016 (San Diego, CA, 20-21 October).
Spark::red announced the availability of a new performance testing offering, powered by SOASTA.
Quali announced the release of CloudShell 7.0 which introduces support for deploying applications into sandboxes and expands the Quali Developer Community to allow more rapid full-stack integrations with cloud and infrastructure resources.
Morpheus Data announced native integration with Microsoft Hyper-V on Morpheus versions 2.7.2 and above.
Codeship has completed a $7 million Series A round of funding.
Intigua announced that Intigua Agent Manager is now available on the Amazon Web Services Marketplace.
DigitalOcean released Block Storage, the number one product request from customers.
Symantec announced the next version of Symantec Control Compliance Suite, the enterprise-class IT governance, risk and compliance solution.
Accenture and Tricentis entered into an alliance that integrates the Tricentis Tosca Testsuite into Accenture’s application testing services, to help clients use intelligent testing across multiple platforms in order to launch new applications quickly and manage risk more easily.
Apteligent announced the availability of its new upgraded Standard Edition SDK.
SmartBear Software is bringing the power of its Ready! API testing framework to API developers using the most popular coding languages in the world.
Electric Cloud announced its latest version of ElectricFlow, an end-to-end DevOps platform to provide native, push-button support for advanced deployment strategies (such as Blue/Green, Canary, and Rolling Deployments).
Basis Technologies introduced DevAnalytics, a new addition to its expanding DevOps Toolset for SAP.
Tasktop will offer free integration support between the recently announced Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Octane solution from Hewlett Packard and its existing HPE ALM/Quality Center.
Kit Merker has joined the JFrog team as VP of Business Development.
AT&T and IBM are working together to help businesses accelerate their Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives.
Push Technology announced a new approach to real-time messaging with its product, Reappt.
Automic announced the availability of new capabilities to enable Continuous Delivery within the Oracle Service Bus.
Load Impacts announce its newest feature: Performance Thresholds.
Compuware and XebiaLabs announced integration of ISPW, Compuware’s DevOps solution for the mainframe, with XebiaLabs’ continuous delivery technology for cross-platform application release orchestration.
JFrog announced the immediate availability of JFrog Xray, its product for accelerating software delivery by giving organizations unprecedented insight into their software packages and containers.
Red Hat announced new storage innovations designed to enable developers to more easily provision and manage enterprise-grade persistent storage for stateful applications running in Linux containers.
Scribe Software announced a number of significant additions to the REST application programming interface (API) for Scribe Online.