Stories by Serdar Yegulalp

Salesforce Aura ventures into open source -- to a point

Salesforce's Aura framework for designing business apps is open source, but you'll have to pay for its drag-and-drop design tools

Intel seeks to boost its OpenStack cred with Mirantis move

Intel's financial backing for Mirantis will aid OpenStack -- and help Intel find future customers for its hardware-based virtualization tech

First Docker, now Mesos: Windows broadens its support in containers

Microsoft teams with Mesosphere, making Windows servers easier to manage and broadening Azure's appeal

Brace for these 5 big changes in Bootstrap 4

An alpha is out for the next version of the popular Web design framework, so here's what designers interested in migrating from Bootstrap 3 need to keep in mind

What is devops? Not even 'leaders' and 'practitioners' can agree

Delphix's first 'State of DevOps' report finds even the definition of the word is in flux among its practitioners

Windows Server Containers arrive, with Docker support

The latest preview of Windows Server shows a new level of support for Docker and hints at Microsoft's overall ambitions with containers

CoreOS's Rocket aims for greater container isolation

Next generation of CoreOS's container runtime uses Intel hardware-based isolation for added security. Will other container systems follow that example?

Akamai: The Internet's aging protocols make juicy targets

The latest wave of Internet attacks doesn't just involve regular exploits like cross-site scripting, but also leverage aging protocols with enough volume to jam up Internet backbone routers

What's on tap for Mozilla's Rust in 2016

Incremental compilation, cross-platform deployment, and features that don't break the language are all planned for the new year

Docker Content Trust steps up container security

As Docker has matured, it's <a href="">grappled with</a> the <a href="">security issues</a> that come with containers. Of late, Docker has concentrated on how to certify the contents of a given container.

IT job gains: Not as bright as they appear

The IT job market for the first half of 2015 is a touch softer than it originally seemed, soft enough that IT job growth is not only flat, but shrinking slightly.

Microsoft throws open the doors for Cloud Foundry on Azure

Cloud Foundry, the open source PaaS that's become a major part of IBM's Bluemix offering, is now showing up in an unlikely place: Microsoft Azure.

Java at 20: The JVM, Java's other big legacy

Think of Java, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this week, and your first thoughts most likely go to the language itself. But underneath the language is a piece of technology that has a legacy at least as important and powerful as Java itself: the Java virtual machine, or JVM.

Linksys WRT1200AC: A fast, full-featured, open-source-friendly router

Sometimes, less is truly more. When it comes to the Linksys WRT1200AC, the little brother to the WRT1900AC router introduced last year, it might be best to say less is just enough.

New Office 365 features appease the Cloud-wary

To overcome emotional barriers to cloud computing, Cloud providers often give customers complete control over their data, including encryption keys. Microsoft has been unveiling features in that vein for Azure, and yesterday, the company took a few more steps in that direction with Office 365.