Cloud platform as a service (PaaS) software has made its way into just about every application on the web. These tools can cut development time in half by providing backend infrastructure for core functionality and data storage. That gives developers more time to add features and fine-tune performance. Backend features typically include things like databases, web servers, operating systems and ... Read More
Are you at AWS re:Invent this week? With hundreds of sponsors, a great list of sessions and a sold-out event, the week should be one to remember. If you’re at the event, there’s a chance you or your company are in the market for a new software solution. But with so much going on all week and so many vendors ... Read More
Amazon, Alphabet Inc. (Google’s parent company) and Microsoft all posted first-quarter earnings on Thursday, April 27, and each made sure to highlight its massive growth in the cloud computing market. As the war for cloud-computing market share wages, earnings reports for these three industry-dominant vendors continue to put a greater emphasis on profits from their cloud segments. Amazon announced that ... Read More
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GitHub is one of the most commonly used version control repositories in the world. It has far and away the most reviews in our version control hosting category. Its 563 reviews as of Nov. 13, 2017, total almost 400 more than the next-most reviewed tool, Bitbucket. In addition to version control hosting, GitHub offers features for project management, code review ... Read More
Amazon Web Services (AWS) made a large number of announcements at its re:Invent user conference this year including fulfilling customers’ most frequent request. According to AWS chief executive Andy Jassy, providing PostgreSQL support for relational database engine Aurora is the most common ask of users and now their hopes have been answered. Aurora was already compatible with MySQL and adding ... Read More