ServiceNow DevOps Round Up: Empowering the service-oriented enterprise with DevOps | #Know14

Saroj Kar | May 8th

With the rise of DevOps applications in the cloud, gaining extensive knowledge and control of applications has been a challenge for IT. The combination of growth in volume of data and the proliferation of automation tools has led...»

Google’s Project Tango finds a new territory: the NASA Space Station

Saroj Kar | April 21st

Google’s technology will soon enter into new territory: space. NASA has announced plans to take advantage of Project Tango on board  the International Space Station to guide SPHERES robots' navigation within the facility. SPHERES...»

Developers movin’ on top: How open-source + cloud changed the landscape

Mike Wheatley | April 17th

One of the biggest ongoing conversations in tech right now pertains to the shifting role of developers, and what this will mean for IT departments. A recent survey by Puppet Labs shows that...»

DevOps behind emergence of continuous innovation, delivery becoming standard practice | #RHSummit

Alan McStravick | April 16th

Ask anyone in DevOps about the unicorns in their field and they will tell you about the companies that have embraced the concept of allowing their developers to conceive, write and deploy their code quickly and continually....»

Space programs join open source community, NASA releases source code catalogue

Saroj Kar | April 16th

One small step for NASA, a great gift for the open source community. The National Aeronautics And Space Administration (NASA) plans to release the source code of some 1,000 software projects this week. The U.S. space agency wants...»

Docker containers bring flexibility, agility to application deployment | #RHSummit

Alina Popescu | April 15th

Solomon Hyke, Founder and CTO of Docker, discussed the company's latest developments and their collaboration with Red Hat with theCUBE co-hosts John Furrier and Stu Miniman, live from this year's Red Hat Summit. "Red Hat is committing to...»

First phase of TrueCrypt audit finds the software is as secure as like its encryption solution

Saroj Kar | April 15th

The first phase of the TrueCrypt security audit has come back with good results: security researchers have not found any evidence of backdoors or major security issues in the popular encryption software. This is only the first iteration...»

Windows Phone 8.1 download now available

Mellisa Tolentino | April 15th

Microsoft has revealed what new features Windows Phone 8.1 will deliver once it finally rolls out to consumers. Though it doesn’t seem like the new version of the OS will bring much, this


Microsoft pitches ‘write once, run anywhere’ cross platform universal development with Visual Studio 2013 update

Saroj Kar | April 9th

To support “write once, run anywhere” application development on new Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Update 1, Microsoft announced the release of the Release Candidate of Visual Studio 2013 Update 2. This...»

Twitter is developing multi-tenancy database to support 6,000 tweets per second

Saroj Kar | April 8th

As Twitter is now considered the global platform for public conversation, the company’s storage requirements have grown as well. In recent days, Twitter experiences something on order of 5,000 to 10,000 tweets a second (see the...»