The Stackalytics numbers show that Google was the source of nearly 53 percent of all code commits, which was seven-times more than the second largest contributor, Red Hat.
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Former Ericsson executive Ulf Ewaldsson is joining T-Mobile US’ network operations where he will serve under current T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray. A former colleague at Ericsson is also on the move.
This isn’t Microsoft’s first bounty program. Its largest reward offers up to $250,000 for finding critical flaws in its Hyper-V hypervisor.
Huawei and ZTE are vying for supremacy in China’s 5G R&D trials against the backdrop of an increasingly hostile international environment.
It uses consensus technology to maintain the perception of a single server system performing at LAN-speed, but in a distributed environment in which the servers may be thousands of miles apart.
Amazon’s move into the backup space may hit some other backup vendors in the wallet, including Rubrik, Commvault, Veeam, and Kaseya.
The new code can uninstall agent-based security software by Tencent Cloud and Alibaba Cloud, the top two cloud providers in China.
Christine Heckart, who previously served as an SVP at Cisco, will take over as CEO from Scalyr co-founder Steve Newman.
The German government is said to be planning measures that would basically block Huawei from participating in future 5G networks.
The new organization, co-led by Vodafone and IBM, will provide European companies with technologies that integrate and manage multiple clouds.
The project is now working on a six-week release cycle cadence that will allow for smaller and more frequent updates.
The deal will use IBM Watson’s cognitive capabilities to help with the operation of Juniper’s cloud and data center environments.
This is CEO Matt Carter’s first big leadership shakeup since taking over as head of Aryaka in September of last year.
The Cybeats IoT Radar app provides internal defense, monitoring, and lifecycle management directly to IoT devices.
The investment comes on the heels of Veeam competitor Rubrik closing a $261 million funding round at a $3.3 billion valuation. And it’s yet another signal that the data management sector is hot.