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Amazon has unveiled a handful of new APIs over the past few weeks that will allow developers to target AWS with more advanced tools.
Google Container Engine is now available in General Availability. The fully managed service provides a way for organizations to run container clusters in Google Cloud.
Google Cloud Dataflow and Pub/Sub are now in General Availability. They provide organizations an option to define and run large data processing pipelines.
SDKs for Apple iOS and Google Android make it simpler to add support for real-time communications based on WebRTC to mobile applications.
Bitnami and DigitalOcean parnership allows developers to deploy applications to the cloud using standardized development stacks, tools, and apps in the Bitnami library.
Google Deployment Manager is now generally available and provides users with a mechanism to create consistent and repeatable deployments via configuration file.
Google Cloud Platform now allows an organization to use its own encryption keys to protect data for Compute Engine resources. The service is available in beta.
Enables developers of all types to create applications that invoke the Salesforce1 API using components found in a new marketplace, which officially opened today.
Abelana, an open source reference implementation for mobile apps consuming gRPC services on Google Cloud Platform, has been released.
Google Cloud Storage Nearline goes GA with Save and Switch program, On Demand I/O and Cloud Storage Transfer Service to ease migration.
Latest open source outreach effort from IBM includes variety of education programs aimed at giving new developers exposure to Bluemix technologies.
Google Cloud Platform has promoted several services to GA status, including Windows server support on GCE and Go Language on App Engine.
Salesforce Shield, a new set of Salesforce1 Platform services intended to ease the development of cloud-based applications for highly regulated industries, is now available.
DataMotion launches an API program that gives developers access to security technologies such as encryption without having to reinvent the wheel.