- May 25, 2016
As iPhone and iPad growth slows, Apple leverages the power of SAP's HANA and Fiori platforms in hopes that SAP's army of 2.5 million developers will create enterprise apps for iOS.
- May 12, 2016
With the need to speed data ingestion and share files across applications, Wal-Mart turns to Robin Systems to reconfigure and reduce file clustering in Hadoop.
- May 06, 2016
In traditional apps, logic and code come first, followed by loading of data. Cognitive computing applications lead with data that dictates where the logic should go. Are you ready?
- May 03, 2016
Ontegrity turns knowledge gained through years of onsite HVAC maintenance into a prescriptive analytics system built in-house that prescribes repairs before failures occur.
- April 25, 2016
Legacy storage technology wasn't designed to support multiple virtualized applications competing for simultaneous I/O. Tintri's Dan Florea explains how to get from mess to mesh.
Sponsored by Pure Storage - Database administrators (DBAs) are under intense pressure to improve the performance of their Oracle databases. Businesses are processing more data, more transactions and larger data sets, yet they also demand faster database performance with no latency. At the same time, many organizations are embracing database consolidation to reduce costs and improve efficiencies, while still expecting improved database performance. It’s a constant theme that is unlikely to change any time soon. In fact, with the growth of big data analytics and the Internet of Things, the pressure on DBAs will become even greater. See More
Sponsored by SolidFire - “Never run out of disk space” became the storage administrator’s prime directive because of the big difference between storage and the rest of an organization’s IT infrastructure. When the network guys slightly underestimate the bandwidth they’ll need to provide, the network gets congested and applications slow down. Similarly, if the server crew ends up running a few too many VMs on too few hosts, the VMs run slower. See More
Sponsored by SolidFire - When a host server fails to deliver a sufficient level of IOPS, the solution is often to invest in solid-state storage. As many organizations have discovered, however, solid-state storage is a costly solution that may only temporarily correct the problem. Like any other storage technology, there is a limit to the number of IOPS that solid-state storage can deliver, and it is often only a matter of time before this limit is reached and the performance problems return. See More
Sponsored by Dell - Bimodal IT is a new paradigm in development. Find out how it improves outcomes, and learn the first steps to making your organization a bimodal operation. See More
- April 22, 2016
Running one database per server is fast and easy, but it's expensive. With SQL Server, stacking multiple software instances can lead to serious savings and simpler management.
- April 20, 2016
As businesses expand use of the Salesforce platform for their customer relationship management needs, IBM continues its cloud acquisition spree with Salesforce consultancy Bluewolf.
- April 18, 2016
With businesses running at cloud speed, employees need to generate instant analytics reports via search bar queries. ThoughtSpot and Informatica come to the rescue.
- April 12, 2016
Microsoft SQL Server databases garner little glory, but they remain a key part of the Windows stack. Containers as a service ensures they won't be replaced anytime soon.
- April 07, 2016
As cloud-based services and providers proliferate, application performance optimization grows increasingly complicated. What to do?
- March 29, 2016
CountAbout came about because desktop-bound Quicken data couldn't be shared online. Today, the two-person SaaS startup wants to be your cloud-based personal financial manager.
- March 25, 2016
As businesses shut down legacy, on-premises systems in favor of easily implemented cloud-based alternatives, SaaS integration continues to grow in importance.
- March 23, 2016
Enterprises use six clouds on average, making multi-SaaS integration the new frontier for developers. The developer skills needed are evolving. MuleSoft's Ken Yagen has answers.
- March 17, 2016
Growing through staff adds and acquisition forced a global architectural design firm to examine where and how it stores data files. The answer lay in cloud-based data storage.
- March 16, 2016
Learn how new beacon technology could help to better bridge the consumers with cloud applications and take enterprises to a new level.