- September 01, 2016
Data scientists need to add new tech skills and business savvy to their bags of tricks. Next up are machine learning and recommendation engines.
- August 30, 2016
When customers wanted to track their accounts via a mobile app, New York's IDB Bank responded with a low-code integration application that didn't change a thing.
- August 22, 2016
There's more to a good data scientist than just data science education. It takes curiosity, persistence, business savvy and a good working partnership with app developers.
- August 10, 2016
In its 'digital ultimatum,' Progress Software advises executives and IT to work together in planning for enterprise digital migration jointly or risk falling behind.
- July 27, 2016
Staging arena events means coordinating thousands of tasks and several budgets. Solomon Group ousts piecemeal systems for a single service build with low-code development tools.
Sponsored by CloudHealth - As enterprises continue to add new use cases and workloads to their cloud portfolio, the stakes keep rising for potential governance speed bumps. Business users and IT professionals alike are now using the cloud for everything from compliance and security to cloud-native application development and infrastructure optimization. But this makes policy management more difficult, time consuming and costly, especially with so many cloud services being purchased and deployed outside the scope, visibility and control of a centralized IT operations group. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Now is the time to fully embrace SAP modernization. There is simply too much value in the data contained within SAP applications for any enterprise to risk missing out on potential digital transformation opportunities. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Every enterprise has dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of applications developed through traditional methodologies. Whether those applications were created by internal developers or purchased off the shelf from software publishers, it’s highly likely they were built and deployed using tools and processes that have been around for years. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Enterprise IT decision-makers predict that more than 40% of their workloads will be running on public cloud platforms by 2020. The question is not whether to move apps to the public cloud; it is more about which apps to move and how to move them without risk. See More
- July 11, 2016
At Red Hat Summit, Ansible playbooks look to find common ground between dev and ops teams.
- July 06, 2016
Find out how the world's largest betting site, Paddy Power Betfair, leveraged a private cloud to accelerate application delivery.
- July 06, 2016
Find out what Electronic Arts learned from a failed effort and one successful strategy for deploying cloud infrastructure for mobile apps.
- July 06, 2016
In nine years, app downloads went from zero to 225 billion. Yet, multiple device types, screen sizes and operating systems still spark lingering mobile app challenges.
- June 27, 2016
Enterprise-class API management tools are central to cloud application development and integration. Red Hat is acquiring 3scale to fill a glaring gap in its product line.
- June 24, 2016
Autodesk has rearchitected its core technologies for design to work in the cloud. Learn what 3D integration means for the future of enterprises.
- June 23, 2016
Learn how enterprises can leverage 3D data integration in the cloud to improve communication across supply chains and improve sales.
- June 22, 2016
Developers want to create better apps faster. Static clouds are giving way to scalable systems, with dynamic resource allocation and application monitoring.
- June 17, 2016
What's the best way to prepare big data apps to be production-ready? Amazon engineer Marvin Theimer had the answer at Spark Summit. Expert George Lawton discusses this further.
- June 16, 2016
Storage strategies should handle data differently, depending on its age, a phenomenon known as data currency. Know when your data transitions from new and hot to old and cold.