This is part 2 of a blog on healthcare security. For more info, check out part 1. An independent guest blogger wrote this blog. When it comes to data security, there is no more important place than the healthcare industry. When people go to the doctor, they provide all of their most sensitive information, from their health issues to their phone number, to a doctor they trust.
In 2020, businesses continue to take on digital transformation – moving more toward cloud storage and computing as well as adopting more of a DevOps mindset. As more teams practice DevOps and build out resilient CI/CD pipelines, they’re finding out that faster software development and delivery can act as a competitive differentiator in business.
New York, NY — January 20, 2020 — API Fortress, the leader in functional uptime monitoring and collaborative API testing, announces Mass Functional Test Generation. For the first time, engineers, architects, and QAs can import OpenAPI or Swagger spec files and have a large number of functional tests generated for them. The current beta release of Mass Functional Test Generation will become a generally available release on January 31, 2020.
You may have a mixed track record when it comes to personal New Year resolutions, but they're a great way to jumpstart the initiatives that you've always wanted to implement at work. Load testing is an often neglected corner of software development that's becoming increasingly important in today's high-performance world, which makes it the perfect candidate for ambitious changes.
Mattermost is starting a new open source campaign, this time around increasing the unit test coverage for the mmctl tool. The mmctl tool is a CLI application that mimics the commands and features of the current Mattermost CLI tool and uses the Mattermost REST API to communicate with the server. Using the tool, you can control and manage several Mattermost servers without having to access the specific machine on which the server is running.
After a full year of development since our last major open source release, we are proud to announce the next chapter of our flagship open-source API gateway — Kong Gateway 2.0 is generally available! With this release, Kong will become more operationally agnostic for large-scale deployments across on-premises and multi-cloud environments, thanks to the new Hybrid Mode. In addition, plugin development also becomes more language agnostic, thanks to the new Golang PDK support.
The Deep Learning Toolkit (DLTK) was launched at .conf19 with the intention of helping customers leverage additional Deep Learning frameworks as part of their machine learning workflows. The app ships with four separate containers: Tensorflow 2.0 - CPU, Tensorflow 2.0 GPU, Pytorch and SpaCy. All of the containers provide a base install of Jupyter Lab & Tensorboard to help customers develop and create neural nets or custom algorithms.
Last week, our team at Katalon collaborated with LambdaTest, presenting the webinar: Codeless Automation Testing with Katalon and LambdaTest.