Software delivery platform provider CloudBees is looking to establish the category of software delivery management, to address siloed development processes, as well as to make the open source Jenkins CI/CD system available as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering.
Software delivery management via SaaS
CloudBeesâs planned SaaS-based SDM platform would tie together all artifacts, data, and events across an organizationâs devops tool chain into a unified system of record. The goal is to improve collaboration between teams by providing universal insights, connected processes, and governance.
SDM coordinates software delivery in an organization, serving as a sort of CRM for software delivery. The idea for SDM arose out of the notion that once companies use CI/CD, they realize they have created silos of data, processes, and teams. SDM is intended to capture signals from all the tools in use to show what is taking place.
The mouse is a simple tool: point and click. Thatâs it. But if youâre a PC gamer, you know that pushing virtual paper around on your desktop isnât the same as fragging bots and shooting zombies. (Not even remotely.)Â
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That said, we can guide you on your search. Below are our recommendations for gaming mice, built on years of experience first and foremost as gamers, and second as writers here at PCWorld.Â
Google's Chrome OS platform sure has come a long way.
From the early days, when Chrome OS was little more than an experimental "browser in a box," to today â with the platform powering first-class hardware and supporting a diverse range of productivity applications â Google's once-crazy-seeming project has turned into one of the world's most intriguing and rapidly expanding technological forces.
I've been covering Chrome OS closely since the start. I lived with the first Chromebook prototype, the Cr-48, and have used Chromebooks as part of my own personal computing setup in varying capacities ever since. I write about the field not only as someone who's studied it professionally from day 1 but also as someone who has used it personally that entire time, up through today.