- April 23, 2015
Jan Stafford, Executive Editor In a 2014 survey, readers of SearchCloudApplications and its sister sites identified application and data integration as the biggest challenges in ...
- April 22, 2015
Jan Stafford, Executive Editor 2015 is—wait for it—the year of platform as a service! Of course, pundits have already given PaaS the keys. But 2015 is when they work. This is largely because Amazon ...
- April 22, 2015
“Once burnt, twice shy” is a cliché that rings true when software development teams fail to build what their target user really wants. “Too many developers and companies know that pain of a user ...
- March 19, 2015
At the Clarizen@Work Conference, enterprise architects discussed the importance of cloud-based project management for providing better innovation and efficiency to enterprises.
- December 31, 2014
In 2014, news about developing cloud applications using IBM Watson’s cognitive capabilities and mobile-first strategies were top traffic-getters on SearchCloudApplications. An article about ...
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Sponsored by evident.io - One of the most important challenges for CIOs and CISOs is to gain visibility into their cloud security stance. If they can’t identify where security or compliance gaps exist, how can they be expected to put the proper controls and protections into place? See More
Sponsored by IBM - B2B value chains have always been complicated webs of different data types and standards. During the past few years, however, complexity has increased dramatically, with staggering levels of data growth and the deployment of innovative new IT initiatives, such as cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), social media and big data analytics. See More
- December 16, 2014
Based on a list of the most popular tweets by SearchCloudApplications.com this year, twitter users were interested in a variety of cloud application topics, from integration to mobile backend as a ...
- December 03, 2014
Learn why developers are finding microservices to be more efficient for implementing Web services.
- November 26, 2014
Integration is one of the key issues that arises for companies considering or using the cloud. Cloud app integration is central to cloud computing because it enables different programs to share ...
- November 25, 2014
Today’s hybrid clouds don’t live up to the name, in Gartner analyst Eric Knipp’s opinion. Without application portability, hybrid clouds are just a collection of remote and in-house applications ...
- November 25, 2014
Twenty-one percent of respondents to a survey by Gigaom Research said they use the cloud to develop enterprise applications. The technology research company recently published the results of three ...
- November 24, 2014
When enterprises adopt cloud computing, many of their legacy methods of software integration are instantly obsolete. Hanging on to old integration methods is like trying to fit square pegs into ...
- October 06, 2014
Denodo Express, a free data virtualization tool with a graphical user interface-based studio, is the latest product offered by Denodo Technologies, Inc. Denodo Express connects with and integrates ...
- September 08, 2014
The refresh cycle, or application modernization boom, in human capital management (HCM) started a few years ago, but purchases and deployments took off last year, thanks to new capabilities in data ...
- July 24, 2014
In this Agile 2014 session preview, a senior software consultant explains how cloud app development can benefit from Agile methodologies.
- July 17, 2014
Gordon E. Moore, co-founder of Intel, noticed that over the course of tech history, compute power doubled every two years. Later coined as “Moore’s law,” his observation was meant to predict the ...