A new version of the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit mostly improves compatibility with applications software, and specifically with Java and Chrome.
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Anturis just launched Anturis 2.0 to help SMBs and web hosting companies with IT monitoring and troubleshooting.
Microsoft, Apple and Google have all made big announcements at their developer conferences. What do they mean for developers and how we design and build applications?
Rimini Street rolled out a services designed to mix, match and migrate legacy SAP and Oracle applications with cloud tools from the likes of Workday and Salesforce.
Hills has opened up applications to give local innovators the opportunity to bring their ideas to the Lance Hill Design Centre and the D-Shop, which are due to open in early May.
Enterprise applications may or may not be ready for cloud deployment. Cloud Technology Partners believes that PaaSLane is the perfect tool for evaluating enterprise Java and .NET applications and determining if they're ready for the cloud.
Enterprise for Java greases the skids to move development processes to a continuous delivery model, all without traditional, on-premises software or IT infrastructure.
Microsoft has reportedly dropped the term Metro in favor of "Windows 8" in reference to both its new interface and the apps based upon its design. Metro apps will now be called Windows 8 apps, although not all applications that will run on Windows 8 will be Windows 8 apps.
Microsoft has outlined the main third-party software through which cross-platform attacks Windows, Mac, and Linux computers: old vulnerabilities in Java, Adobe Flash, Adobe PDF applications, and Microsoft Office.
VFabric is designed to give companies core applications services to build and manage Java Spring apps on-premise and cloud.
The scalable managed NoSQL database service moves Amazon Web Services further into the platform-as-a-service arena, where it will compete with Salesforce, Oracle and others to attract developers of large web applications
CEO Larry Ellison has introduced Oracle's Public Cloud, which provides a PaaS and hosted Fusion applications for a monthly subscription, in a move that pits it against Salesforce and SAP
Java is a broadly used execution environment for applications in nearly every industry. What's new here is that GigaSpaces thought Java users would like deploy their applications on Microsoft's Azure platform services. The key question is will they?
If companies keep using old-school middleware platforms, then the development of enterprise applications will be held back, Salesforce chief executive tells a Dreamforce crowd
Java Standard Edition 7 is the first full release since Oracle completed its purchase of Sun in 2010, but developers have reported bugs that can crash virtual machines, corrupt data and cause errors in applications
Free and open source software company Red Hat has launched JBoss Application Server 7, which touts Java Enterprise Edition 6 Web Profile certification, easier deployment and a smaller memory footprint among its key developments.JBoss Application Server 7 can be issued as an on-site, virtualised or cloud-based deployment, which the company said provides developers with more freedom to create enterprise Java apps as well as mobile applications.
Oracle has launched an extension for its app development framework that provides tools for developing Java-based apps on a variety of mobile platforms.The Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile Client is an extension of Oracle ADF and can be used to design apps in a mix of design and Java code view.
Scheduled for general availability next year, Database.com will support applications built in various languages and running on platforms including PHP, Java, Windows Azure and Amazon EC2.
Microsoft has been touting for a while the ability for developers to use a variety of tools, like Java, PHP, Ruby and Eclipse, when developing applications for Windows Azure. But the company is going to step up its Java support for Azure in the coming weeks and months, elevating Java to a "first-class citizen" in the Microsoft cloud realm.
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