Latest DevOps News
iProov tripled its revenues and there were multiple days in 2021 where they processed more than 1 million verifications, illustrating the strong growth they have achieved.
Under the terms of the plan, the new Ram ProMaster Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) will be available to Amazon in 2023, which will improve the sustainable delivery network of Amazon. The online giant will also be the first commercial customer of this vehicle.
Bitrise will use this new funding to help address the intense pressure faced by mobile developers to build more advanced apps quickly and effectively.
In a bid to enable firms in the energy sector to find effective partners to work within the AWS partner ecosystem, Amazon has launched a program to recognise leading AWS partners through the AWS Competency Program. These partners have been selected due to their “technical proficiency and proven customer success in specialised solution areas, industry… Read More
Leading DevOps software company GitLab, sees share price shoot up 35% above its initial offering price.
In recognition of the value of DevOps in growing business, cloud platform Amazon Web Services (AWS) and media company theCUBE are planning a livestream event on September 22nd at 9am titled ‘AWS Startup Showcase: New Breakthroughs in DevOps, Data Analytics & Cloud Management Tools’.
In a bid to provide developers, platform engineers, and DevOps teams an improved way to manage and support cloud-native applications, venture capital-backed start-up Shipa recently launched Shipa Cloud.
Launched last year by Julian Colin and Kan Yilmaz, Haystack Analytics seeks to improve productivity and quickly identify developers who are at risk of burning out. The funding will be used to effectively support employees and eliminate bottlenecks around code and productivity.
Launched two years ago, Azure Arc is now set to see a raft of new services, including Azure App Service, Functions, Logic Apps, API Management, and Event Grid, become Arc-enabled (in preview form).
Esper announced they had raised $30 million, in order to capitalise on the rapidly increasing number of Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices and Android products, by helping companies scale their offering, as the pandemic accelerated the need for intelligent edge devices across various industries.
The past year has seen many seismic changes happen in the world of technology and work, due to the ongoing pandemic. But developers have taken this disruption in their stride and are utilising cutting-edge technologies to rapidly improve how they work.
American software firm ServiceNow has announced the acquisition of Lightstep, an application monitoring and observability business. Launched in 2017, Lightstep has raised over $70 million from venture capital and counts brands like Spotify and GitHub as clients.