Serdar Yegulalp

Senior Writer

Serdar Yegulalp is a senior writer at InfoWorld, covering software development and operations tools, machine learning, containerization, and reviews of products in those categories. Before joining InfoWorld, Serdar wrote for the original Windows Magazine, InformationWeek, the briefly resurrected Byte, and a slew of other publications. When he's not covering IT, he's writing SF and fantasy published under his own personal imprint, Genji Press.

7 tools to fire up Spark's big data engine

7 tools to fire up Spark's big data engine

For data processing, Spark is catching fire. Here's a look at the kindling fueling Spark's big data appeal

California's still the spot for IT jobs

California's still the spot for IT jobs

CompTIA's annual report of tech employment has California topping all other states by wide margins in nearly every sector

Review: 8 password managers for Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, and Android

Review: 8 password managers for Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, and Android

LastPass, 1Password, and Dashlane edge KeePass and company in features, flexibility, and ease

GitHub responds to developer demands with new features

GitHub responds to developer demands with new features

GitHub has served up what it promises to be the first of many improvements to address long-unaddressed user feature requests

13 frameworks for mastering machine learning

13 frameworks for mastering machine learning

Venturing into machine learning? These tools do the heavy lifting for you

Review: 7 data recovery tools for every data disaster

Review: 7 data recovery tools for every data disaster

From resurrecting lost photos to recovering RAID arrays, these utilities can bring your data back from the dead

Red Hat CloudForms 4 takes command of Azure and containers

Red Hat CloudForms 4 takes command of Azure and containers

Red Hat's hybrid cloud management solution adds Azure and container tech to an arsenal of supported technologies

Microsoft rolls out open source toolkit for machine learning

Microsoft rolls out open source toolkit for machine learning

The newly-open sourced Distributed Machine Learning Toolkit features fast, parallelized, and easy-to-deploy machine learning algorithms

Review: VMware Workstation 12 gets a shine for Windows 10

Review: VMware Workstation 12 gets a shine for Windows 10

VMware’s polished and pricey desktop virtualization platform adds formal support for Windows 10 and a host of minor enhancements

GitLab one-ups GitHub with open source enterprise code hosting

GitLab one-ups GitHub with open source enterprise code hosting

GitLab is targeting the enterprise, but will its open source allure be enough to win developers away from GitHub?

Review: VirtualBox 5.0 vs. VMware Workstation 11

Review: VirtualBox 5.0 vs. VMware Workstation 11

VirtualBox 5.0's new features add ease and flexibility, but VMware Workstation 11 leads in performance and convenience

Docker Content Trust steps up container security

Docker Content Trust steps up container security

Docker Content Trust seeks to provide a standard security framework for Docker images, via open source key-sharing

IT job gains: Not as bright as they appear

IT job gains: Not as bright as they appear

IT job growth for July is softened by revised Bureau of Labor Statistics figures for the last couple of months

New Office 365 features appease the cloud-wary

New Office 365 features appease the cloud-wary

With a slate of new management, encryption, and data-security features for Office 365, Microsoft hopes to eliminate excuses for not using the cloud

Microsoft: Docker for Windows Server is right around the corner

Microsoft: Docker for Windows Server is right around the corner

Microsoft will demo Docker Engine on Windows Server, one of several upcoming container-centric initiatives by both Microsoft and Docker, at the BUILD conference

Google Cloud Launcher deploys VM-based apps in a snap

Google Cloud Launcher deploys VM-based apps in a snap

Google offers a new service for launching packaged apps in VMs to Cloud Platform, by way of a partnership with Bitnami

HTTP/2: The future of the Web demystified

HTTP/2: The future of the Web demystified

Making the most of HTTP/2 will take a lot of work on the part of Web designers, IT admins, and server jockeys. Here's what to expect

Review: LibreOffice 4.4 raises the bar

Review: LibreOffice 4.4 raises the bar

The latest release of the open source productivity suite is leaner, smarter, and more compatible with Microsoft Office docs

The never-ending quest to dethrone email

The never-ending quest to dethrone email

Pretenders to the messaging throne have been many, but email still reigns. Here’s how that might change

6 aging protocols that could cripple the Internet

6 aging protocols that could cripple the Internet

From BGP to SSL, several Internet protocols are no match for today’s malicious hackers -- and should be replaced

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