New developer-focused tools will soon be available for Windows 10. At its Build conference this week, Microsoft unveiled new tools for developers to create applications on and for the upcoming Windows 10 Anniversary Edition.
Cloud sandbox vendor Quali is looking to attract more developers to its platform. The company open sourced its Shells plugins, making them available through a new developer community.
Rackspace is adding a managed DNS offering to its Anycast DNS infrastructure. Based on the OpenStack Designate DNS as a service code, Rackspace Managed DNS is in early access and was designed to provide customers with DNS provisioning and management in a hosted environment.
Azure API Management service users can now make use of Git on the Microsoft public cloud. Microsoft beefed up its API management capabilities with the addition of Git access, as well as a new properties collection feature.
Avaya Breeze is the next iteration of the Avaya Engagement Development Platform and aims to simplify application development. Also as part of the release, the vendor unveiled the Avaya Snapp Store, where app developers can sell their business communications apps to customers
At this point, it's safe to say APIs are pretty much mainstream. More and more businesses are embracing them. Last month, even, Visa released a set of open APIs, enabling developers to connect third-party applications into its credit card transaction systems.
Vidyo's new hosted videoconferencing as a service offering has a developer focus that enables enterprises to also use it as a platform as a service.
Shippable has added more options for delivery code to its repertoire. The company, which is focused on helping DevOps professionals get code out the door and into production faster, added new continuous delivery capabilities to its portfolio.
An incremental release of Array Networks' APV Series of application delivery controllers boosts the performance of both physical and virtual environments.
Developer-focused Typesafe has a new name and a new microservices framework aimed at enterprises doing Java development. Now known as Lightbend, the company is launching Lagom.