Stack Overflow: Cloud migration ‘skyrockets’ following pandemic

Stack Overflow’s second pulse survey focuses on the cloud and highlights a migration acceleration of three to four years following the pandemic.

It’s a well-known fact that some of the biggest technological and societal advancements happened in times of global chaos, often from sheer necessity. While the pandemic brought much tragedy and grief that no-one wants to repeat, there were at least some silver linings in terms of accelerating digital...

Trend Micro partners with Snyk to fight open-source bugs

Cybersecurity leader Trend Micro is partnering up with application security platform Snyk to fight open-source bugs.

Research from Veracode last year found that open-source libraries cause security flaws in 70 percent of apps. Snyk itself has observed a 2.5x growth in open-source vulnerabilities over the past three years.

However, open-source is vital to the advancement of the software development industry. Snyk estimates that around 80 percent of application today is...

Gitpod adds support for VS Code and expands features after raising $13M

Open-source developer platform Gitpod has announced a slew of enhancements after raising $13 million in venture capital funding.

The platform – which is used by over 350k global developers – aims to streamline workflows by providing prebuilt, collaborative browser-based development environments.

Stephen O'Grady, Principal Analyst with RedMonk, commented:

"While developers have a wealth of tools at their fingertips, integrating them all together and...

MongoDB deepens Google Cloud partnership with new Atlas integrations

MongoDB, one of the world’s most popular and trusted NoSQL databases, has deepened its Google Cloud partnership with new Atlas integrations.

The partners first announced a strategic alliance two years ago but are now taking their relationship to the next level with new integrations and an expanded five-year partnership agreement.

Alan Chhabra, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Partners at MongoDB, said: 

"Google Cloud and MongoDB have a long-standing,...

Cloud gaming will ‘fundamentally disrupt’ distribution, monetisation, and consumption

A report from GlobalData highlights the big changes that cloud gaming will bring to the industry which requires consideration.

Cloud gaming is still a small industry – representing around one percent of gaming revenue in 2020 – but it is expected to grow quickly as technologies like 5G continue to rollout and/or improve.

Rupantar Guha, Associate Project Director at GlobalData, said:

“In ten years, traditional PC and console games will have been replaced...

How to secure your application’s migration to the cloud: A guide

To compete in today's competitive and digital business environment, organisations need to embrace the cloud. The rise of infrastructure as a service (IaaS) firms has meant that enterprises have been able to focus on their core capabilities while leveraging their IaaS partners’ expertise.

As a result, the maintenance and running costs of infrastructure have reduced, and companies are far more efficient in how they deploy resources.

While a move to the cloud brings a lot...

Game developers will now have to opt-in to Nvidia’s GeForce Now

Game developers that want their titles on Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud streaming service will now have to opt-in.

GeForce Now has had a rough start. Almost every week there’s news of big titles leaving the service or studios abandoning the platform altogether. Of course, some new games are added – but the overall quality has noticeably dropped.

The service has, or will soon, lose games from: Bethesda, Activision Blizzard, Rockstar, Square Enix, Take-Two/2K Games,...