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Specsavers CIO Phil Pavitt has worked for 18 companies in a stellar 35-year career in technology, across organisations as varied as Transport for London, Centrica, Aviva, and HMRC, the UK government department responsible for revenue and customs. Phil was a star speaker at the recent A...
When you’re making a cloud move, ask the right questions before you spend the money. This list is a good rundown of what to ask internally, including business function priorities, which applications to move to the cloud and when, and what type of integrations you might choose. Plus, as...
This is a collection of marketing unicorn resources curated from sources across the web. Why Marketing Unicorns Are Such a Big Deal | Earnworthy earnworthy.com/marketing-unicorns/ Jun 29, 2015 – Let’s face it. Marketing is changing in a big way. The days of Don Draper ...
B2B marketing is no easy task. There’s a constant battle between: do I target my exact buyer with account-based marketing or do I go after the larger audience in the hope that my end buyer finds me? The reality is that generating demand for your B2B service or product has become a jugg...
FROM THE TRIBLIO WEBSITE A collection of 40 beautiful content hub examples. Multiple case studies have already proven that optimized content hubs help increase awareness, time spent on the website and lead conversions…and what marketer doesn’t want that? FROM ACROSS THE WEB A variety o...
The Challenge: In the networking industry, change is driven by the applications that run on top of IT infrastructure. To keep up with industry demands, the applications themselves are shifting to be increasingly efficient while simultaneously processing vastly larger amounts of data, o...
VisualVM is a Java profiler, one of the several types of Java performance tools (to see more of our favorite Java performance tools, check out this post). In today’s post, we’ll take a look at VisualVM, how it works, and some integrations and alternatives. A Definition of V...
Are your traditional ERPs and core business applications struggling to keep up new digital technology? It’s a challenge facing all organizations undergoing radical transformation as part […]
Gone are the days of painful plain-text log management. While plain-text data is still useful in certain situations, when it comes to doing extended analysis to gather insightful infrastructure data – and improve the quality of your code – it pays to invest in a reliable log management...
Innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) allow companies to enhance acquisition, retention, and application of the knowledge of people in the organization. This Intellyx whitepaper by Jason […]
The customer-driven, technology empowered business transformation we call digital transformation impacts every corner of the enterprise. Every process, every organizational unit, every piece of technology is […]
This week we spoke with Ajeeth Ganapathinageswaran, a Solutions Architect at Cognizant Technology Solutions based out of Stamford, Connecticut. On our call, Ajeeth shared his unusual, if not accidental, MongoDB discovery story – and how that discovery has inspired him to fully immerse ...
Learning from DevOps Failures
At its annual customer conference, SAP set forth an ambitious vision for the future, but is their partner ecosystem ready for the journey? At its massive […]
GDPR goes into effect May 25 2018 Are You Ready? The new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) go into effect in a year on May 25 2018 are you ready? Why Become GDPR Aware Now if your initial response is that you are not in Europe and do not need to be concerned ...
As Bob learned in the first posting in this three-part series previous blog, technology alone can’t deliver a healthy lifestyle. Likewise, having a successful APM program isn’t just about seeing what’s happening on a computer screen; it’s about doing something about it. You have to ali...
Almost half of all technology professionals experience on-call as an integral part of their job. Life for an IT on-call often means 2 am wake up calls for false alarms or for issues the engineer can do little about.  The results of these sorts of sleep interruptions and tensions inevit...
Yes, I know, Divorce is a nasty sounding word, and it does not seem applicable to your relationship with your Microsoft Partner… I mean you are not legally “Married”. But today, more than ever, your relationship with your Microsoft partner is feeling a lot more like a...
Traditional IT monitoring has revolved around monitoring the infrastructures and servers. As you move to the cloud, it is possible that you don’t have either of those things. You could deploy your app via a service like Azure App Services and rely on Azure’s hosted Redis and SQL offeri...
When you hear the term “software testing,” do you think about one particular type of test — such as functional testing or regression testing — or do you immediately start visualizing the complex, interconnected web of test types and techniques that comprise the ...
For a recent University of San Francisco MBA class, I wanted to put my students in a challenging situation where they would be forced to make difficult data science trade-offs between gathering data, preparing the data and performing the actual analysis. The purpose of the exercise wa...
Zayna Shahzad is a Software Engineer at PagerDuty on the Mobile Team. She works on the Android and iOS PagerDuty apps offered through the App Store and Play Store. In this post, she shares her experience shadowing our Customer Support team. Finder her on Github and... The post Shadowin...
A few days back, I discovered a new Docker feature—multi-stage builds. The multi-stage build feature helps you create thin Docker images by making it […] The post Multi-stage Docker Image Build for Java Applications appeared first on XebiaLabs. Related posts: Microservices and...
Google, IBM and Lyft have partnered to deliver an open source project called Istio that aims to streamline the management and security of microservices. The project has garnered the support of the key industry players such as Red Hat, Pivotal, Weaveworks and Tigera. Microservices repre...
By Steve Denning One company that has made progress in this area is the DBS. It’s a really interesting example. It’s the biggest bank in Singapore. It […]
Practically everyone who has ever used a webpage or an app has encountered a throw exception at one point or another, but they probably didn’t realize what it was. Throw exceptions are pretty common ways to handle unexpected inputs, but are they always the right way to handle suc...
A/B testing (or split testing) is a method of comparing two or more versions of a webpage or app against each other to determine which one has better response or conversion rate. A/B tests allow you to test one version of images, colors, headings, forms etc… against one another. ...
When our friends at Monitis wanted to include us in a case study they wrote featuring Skyscanner, we said of course. In fact, we published this Skyscanner case study: Alerting Beyond Ops Metrics, last year. This write-up, written by Monitis, showcases how Skyscanner benefited from the ...
The F5 BIG-IP platform has tremendous flexibility, offering virtual editions and a line of appliances and chassis. In this episode of Lightboard Lessons, we’ll introduce the chassis platform, which we call VIPRION. What else would you like us to cover on the VIPRION? Drop a co...
Working in the managed services industry has probably left you with an impressive collection of tools filling up your “toolkit”. But if you have more tools than clients then it’s time for a review of the tools you need and the tools that add dead weight to your MSP toolkit. We asked ou...
Data driven dashboards are providing users access to buried insights and a holistic picture across the testing process. Development and testing, like any other digital activity, leaves a trail of...
Getting a full picture of applications in use on the network is essential for IT teams today. In the past, NetFlow functionality has been used to see apps in use. NetFlow, and similar technologies like sFlow and jFlow, is typically a router feature that looks at the traffic that’...
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New businesses are considered to be the engine of the economy as they can boost the economy in many ways, but the problem is that many new businesses fail to succeed due to the lack of capital and another big problem is that the new business owners face a lot of complication and diffic...
The post Bob Davis joins Plutora Executive Team as Chief Marketing Officer appeared first on Plutora.
I know a lot of people that want to contribute their time and skills in times of crises, myself included. But life has a way of running amok and as soon as I decide that the time is right for volunteering, I’m distracted by kids or work or the latest mystery mess in my kitchen (h...
One of the most highly rated sessions at AppSphere 2016 and again this May at AppD Summit Europe was AppDynamics Senior Sales Engineer Andy Jackson’s dashboard top tips presentation. If you’re an AppDynamics customer, this is a not-to-be missed opportunity to learn how to c...
John van Siclen, CEO of Dynatrace opened the Partner Summit in Lisbon Portugal, with a simple quote: “We are the APM leader, twice the size of our competition and we thank you, our partners for being critical to this success in the past, but also critical to our success in the future.”...
Every year at Citrix Synergy, enterprise IT professionals meet to advance their skills, learn about new technologies and network with their peers. This year’s conference theme is “Path to Success,” and this is a perfect fit with Citrix global partner, eG Innovations. ...
Which secure texting solutions questions should you ask? A report from 2016 noted that as many as 90 percent of hospitals still use pagers. The reasons for continued use of pagers vary from hospital to hospital yet they boil down to the following three points: Cost – alternative techno...