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My recent Vidder blog on security in the new cyber world explains why security will become more important to business success in the digital age and why CISOs will become as important to CMOs in most consumer and B2B companies. The world’s cyber future looks more like Ukraine, the emer...
A new Morgan Stanley CIO Report is out with a revised list of digitalization winners and losers.  The shift to the cloud is increasing and creating a painful new reality for traditional IT vendors, except Cisco. Check it out here. From Becky Peterson, Business Insider, July 1 2017: The...
On the May 8th edition of Closing Bell on CNBC, venture capitalist Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of Social Capital, created quite a stir in enterprise […]
Another stellar week. The AWS Summit in London had another 10,000 attendees, and most of them found their way to the Dynatrace stand. The iPhone turned 10, and we have a stack of upcoming webinars. Live chat on the Dynarace couch at AWS Summit London with Daniel Khan and Nick Ross Ease...
In “Lessons from the Field: The Adaptable LeBusiness Architect” Dean Heltemes, the Business Architecture leader at Cargill, addresses the Business Architect role in the enterprise.
By Renee Changnon While the customer experience has been an area of interest, Forbes reports that many experts are suggesting that the grocery supply chain is a […]
There's a lot to gain from cloud computing, but success requires a thoughtful and enterprise focused approach. Cloud computing decouples data and information from the infrastructure on which it lies. A process that is a LOT more involved than dragging some folders from your desktop to ...
By Computer World “Sobretudo nas aplicações móveis, as expectativas dos consumidores elevaram o patamar de funcionalidade, design e performance. Com os Modelos de Aplicações e Personalização […]
A long time ago, in a datacenter far, far away, application landscapes were easy to visualize, dependencies were simple and free of complexity, and management of these applications was straightforward. Operation teams had dashboards monitoring metrics like CPU, memory, disk, etc. Missi...
User Experience: A Concern for Some (But Apparently Not All) Administrators The further away operators are from customer-facing IT services, the more likely it is for IT staff to have a “not my problem” mindset. Infrastructure administrators (virtualization, storage, etc.) are a prime ...
We started receiving requests for teaching an advanced Angular workshop. My colleague Anton and I started preparing the courseware and are planning to offer such a workshop this fall. Below is a draft of this… More
In a tech world when it comes to design, terms UX and UI go hand in hand. You can often hear people talking about a good UI of an app or a weak UX design of a website. So what are UX and UI? Just some fancy terms cool designer kids are using? What is […] The post UI And UX Design...
$49.95 ShieldApps Ransomware Defender adds a rock-solid layer of protection against ransomware to detect and lock down all known and new file-encrypting threats. Buy Now As the ransomware epidemic is going on a rampage, there is no computer completely immune to crypto-backed onslaughts...
It sometimes feels like engineering and business teams speak different languages and work in completely incompatible ways. Agile development teams work with sprints, user stories, scrums, and relative estimation, whereas project managers gravitate more towards gantt charts, calls for p...
Is it the end of June already? At least it ended on a Friday and we can close out DevCentral’s Cloud Month followed by the weekend! First, huge thanks to our Cloud Month authors: Suzanne, Hitesh, Greg, Marty and Lori. Each delivered an informative series (23 articles in all!) from thei...
Let’s talk about the network. Today, we are relying increasingly on the network to connect both servers and storage elements to servers. But for decades the network was used to connect client desktops to servers. The question remains if the networking we knew back then can handle today...
continuing from The CIO in the Cloud era The IT issue and the Cloud solution (i) The transition to Shadow IT and the Cloud (ii)
Kubernetes 1.7, the latest release of the open source project for managing containers, focuses on security and extensibility. It is optimized for running enterprise workloads including databases. Kubernetes is one of the fastest growing open source projects. According to Krihelinator, ...
The FDA’s Groundbreaking Strides Toward a Quality-Centric Regulatory System Two famous pharmaceutical industry quotes encapsulate industry thinking and the push for progress in recent years. Upon launching Pharmaceutical cGMPs for the 21st Century – a Risk-Based Approach, Janet W...
Today more than ever, in all enterprises, data is everywhere; Excel spreadsheets, on-premise applications, industry-specific reporting tools, data warehouses, cloud base applications, social media etc. The task for business analysts is to combine this data together and create a wealth ...
DuPont Pioneer, the world’s leading developer and supplier of advanced plant genetics and seeds, is executing an organizational transformation of its R&D data management approaches to […]
When a critical outage occurs, DevOps teams automatically know to contact the relevant programmers or ITOps or SecOps teams for help in resolving the problem and managing the incident. But what about everybody else? Don’t they matter, too? What about the marketing and sales and executi...
Containers are things for your things. That is true in the development world too - containers are things for your software, and, like containers for your things, software containers can help you be organized, efficient, and secure. Chris Morgan (@cmorgan_cloud), the Technical Director,...
MSPs have the challenging job of handling difficult customers and alerts with insufficient information. However their performance is measured by how effectively they manage tickets, customers and meet SLAs. Clearly, ticketing plays an important role in the day to day activities of MSPs...
The complexity of services needed to deliver an online experience that meets customer’s expectations has grown tremendously over the years. Most of this is hidden to the customer; they only see the site they are viewing, not the ISPs, CDNs, APIs, or the IaaS providers that all have to ...
“With this release, OutSystems is bringing the ease-of-use and simplicity of templates and themes to enterprise development teams,” said Jason Bloomberg, President of Agile Digital Transformation […]
You receive hundreds of emails daily. What do you do? Ignore them. There are too many to sort through and it’s overwhelming. Delete them […] The post Real-time, Customizable Release Notifications in v7.0 appeared first on XebiaLabs Blog. Related posts: v7.0 Delivers an Improve...
Enterprises have never been under more pressure to deliver digital experiences at the high bar set by the likes of Facebook, Google, and Amazon. According to our recent App Attention Index 2017, consumers expect more from applications than ever before. And if you don’t meet those expec...
Becoming a new parent has been one of the most difficult challenges I’ve ever faced. That wasn’t a huge surprise; I’d been fully expecting it. But what I did find surprising was that my experiences with PagerDuty helped prepare me in ways I never anticipated.... The post BabyDuty or: H...
As a tech geek I was an early adopter of the iPhone. I joke around with my friends that I thought of it before anyone else. Way back in 2005, a few years before the release of the iPhone, I picked up an iPod, and said “One day this thing will be all glass and it will be colour, and we ...
Day 8:A long bus ride from Vienna to Prague. There are places to stop in between for lunch and breakfast. We stopped at a roadside restaurant at a place called Melikana about an hour before reaching Prague. It's a buffet style lunch with lots of buses arriving simultaneously making it ...
A minister and a sailor walk into the MongoDB office… No, this isn’t a bar joke gone rogue. A sailor and a minister both really walk into MongoDB offices every day as MongoDB Technical Services Engineers (TSEs). Charles Merrill is a TSE on the Applications and Integrations Team at Mon...
I have the great pleasure in introducing you to a new writer, Jared Sleeper, who will make regular contributions to this blog. We were very excited to have Jared to join Matrix Partners recently as he is a truly exceptional individual. Jared grew up in Maine working in his family’s gro...
I have the great pleasure in introducing you to a new writer, Jared Sleeper, who will make regular contributions to this blog. We were very excited to have Jared to join Matrix Partners recently as he is a truly exceptional individual. Jared grew up in Maine working in his family’s gro...
By DevOps Digest STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE IN THE MARKET It depends on what you mean by “Agile.” If you mean the top advantage of complying with the […]
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief In the digital era, data is a key strategic asset. Unfortunately for many organizations, however, the quality of that strategic asset is […]
Listening to his talk, it seems like George Parris and his team at Capital One aren’t keeping “banker’s hours.” George is a Master Software Engineer, Retail Bank DevOps at Capital One. At the All Day DevOps conference, George gave a talk, entitled Meta Infrastructure as Code: How Capit...
It took several years after the passage of HIPAA for institutions to realize that the exchange of PHI through devices like pagers represents a HIPAA violation like any other unsecure exchange. Healthcare now realizes that pagers not only put institutions in the position of potentially ...