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Technology is evolving at breakneck speeds. Just as developers got their bearings with Agile development, devops cropped up to bring development and operations together.
Working in the world of DevOps, its exciting to see the number of tools for developers grow with the talent of the thriving developer community. But lately, these new technology tools have put developers and senior IT executives on disparate ends of the IT spectrum.
Move fast and break things with DevOps has become a popular Silicon Valley mantra during the past few years. DevOps empowers developers to quickly ship code and holds them accountable for operating their software.
Linux container technology permits the subdivision of compute resources in ways similar to virtualization, but without the overhead of managing separate copies of the operating system in each instance/container. To maximize this effect, containers are frequently run on bare metal (non-virtualized operating systems).
Its rare that I quote a companys marketing tagline outright, but PassivDom, makers of an autonomous 3D-printed mobile house, sounds pretty darn rad. The Ukrainian company wants to create mobile homes that can be made anywhere and are completely self-powered.
Streaming music service Spotify announced this morning it has acquired a company called Sonalytic, makers of an audio detection technology that can identify songs, mixed content and audio clips, as well as track copyright-protected material, and aid in music discovery. These features line up with services that Spotify offers, making Sonalytic a natural fit for the company.
Cosette Jarrett is a freelance writer from Salt Lake City, Utah. Her work focuses on consumer technology and digital connectivity.
Most of Snaps top products came from acquisitions, and now it will have the war chest to make more. Yet it didnt have to blow its momentum to collect this cash.
Life sciences startups need a whole lot more cash than most and thats certainly true for GRAIL, a cancer detection startup trying to figure out a way to find the emperor of all maladies much earlier through blood testing technology. The startup, which spun out of genomics company Illumina announced it has closed a whopping $900 million in Series B funding this morning.