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Hello SmartBear Study Hall readers, Some of you may know who I am, and some of you may not. Or perhaps you’ve heard my voice during trainings, but never gotten a proper introduction. My name is Denis...
[View the story “BPM BUZZ – The Digital Transformation Bug ” on Storify] The post BPM BUZZ – The Digital Transformation Bug appeared first on KiSSFLOW.
Mobile shopping is currently experiencing massive growth. According to a forecast written by BI Intelligence, it will reach $284 billion by 2020. This makes 45% of the total U.S. eCommerce market. Interestingly enough, online shopping can get quite stressful. A balance will need to be ...
The Dynatrace DevOps Pipeline State UFO was built out of the necessity to visualize alerts, problems, health and CI/CD pipeline state within the Dynatrace R&D organization. It sparked a cultural transformation as it made code quality that we pushed more frequently through our Deliv...
In the world of DevOps, metric collection, log centralization and analysis Apache Kafka is the most commonly used middleware.  More specifically, it is used as a fast, persistent queue between data sources like log shippers and the storage that makes […]
Small business often appears to fall through the cracks and miss out on the great opportunity that markets have to
When you put the power of business process automation (BPA) into the hands of doers... The post The Top 7 Focus Areas In SMB Business Process Automation appeared first on KiSSFLOW.
What is Agentless Monitoring? The term Agentless in computing refers to operations where no service, daemon or process needs to... The post Agentless v/s Agent-Based Monitoring appeared first on AppPerfect.
John has been facing a lot of heat lately. He’s the Global Application Manager at... The post What Type of BPM Software Integration is Right for You? appeared first on KiSSFLOW.
continuing from The evaluation of EA performance   The Enterprise Architecture delivers value, as soon as it is modelled. It does that, gradually, while it is implemented, by increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of your Enterprise. EA soon becomes an asset in its own, retur...
By Karin Dames At the heart of being agile is small, self-organizing teams. In agile teams, work is not assigned to anyone, rather, the business presents what […]
DevOps is being widely accepted (if not fully adopted) as essential in enterprise IT. But as Enterprise DevOps gains maturity, expands scope, and increases velocity, the need for data-driven decisions across teams becomes more acute. DevOps teams in any modern business must wrangle the...
Powerful Denial of Service attacks are becoming increasingly common. A Distributed Denial of Service attack is when the attacker uses multiple machines to flood the resources of the target to overwhelm it and deny the legitimate users access to the service. The DDoS attack on Dyn in Oc...
One of the perks of working at an IP analysis software company is the fascinating info we often gather on some of the coolest modern technologies. Our recent patent research on autonomous robots and manned spaceflight provides deep insights into the present state and future strategies ...
Smart phones. Smart TVs. Smart toilet seats (yes that is a thing!). Let’s face it, smart technology surrounds us. It has become a de facto part of our everyday lives. The Internet of Things is growing at breakneck speeds. No matter which analyst you read, the growth predictions are sta...
Unless you’ve had your head in the sand, you know that Microsoft is developing versions of their Dynamics 365 business applications, that are geared for smaller businesses. Across the Dynamics Partner community, you are either very excited about this, or ambivalent, depending on ...
What do I think of when I’m told a company wants to adopt DevOps? The first thing that comes to mind is the size of the organization, and how far they want to take DevOps best practices. I really want to know what DevOps adoption will mean for the company. In my experience, it gets esp...
The secret to Donald Trump’s win: a masterful combination of big data-based manipulation of hapless Facebook users, combined with ‘weaponized’ artificial intelligence (AI) which the Trump […]
The evaluation of EA
In a matter within the week, Visual Studio 2017 will be released (March 7). I cannot help but recollecting the journey, I had with Visual Studio.I started using Visual since the day 1 it appeared. Actually I was attracted by the Visual IDE even earlier with Visual Basic, Visual InterDe...
By Michael Vaughn NetworkWorld’s Charles Araujo phrased the issue quite well in an article last week: Organizations must also rationalize security data in a business context […]
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief When it comes to network security, mid-market organizations are in a tough spot. They have many (if not all) of the […]
continuing from The transformation to the virtual cloud enterprise, steps The transformation to the virtual cloud enterprise, steps (i)   The enterprise today is increasingly outsourcing its IT and the various
Slilly Little Oracle Benchmark (SLOB) Database Server I/O Podcast In this Server StorageIO podcast episode, I am joined by @Kevinclosson who is an Oracle (along with other Databases) performance expert and creator of the Silly Little Oracle Benchmark (SLOB) tool. Not surprising our ...
So, what did we all take away from this week’s AWS outage? Depends who you ask. Plenty of us in IT think it was a good reminder to consider multicloud and hybrid cloud environments—basically, do not put all your cloud workload eggs in one AWS basket. The S3 storage outage affected abou...
Cloud Expo, Inc. has announced today that Aruna Ravichandran, vice president of DevOps Product and Solutions Marketing at CA Technologies, has been named co-conference chair of DevOps at Cloud Expo 2017. The @DevOpsSummit at Cloud Expo New York will take place on June 6-8, 2017, at the...
The noise in the Software-Defined Wide-Area Networking (SD-WAN) marketplace has reached pandemonium levels, as a wide range of vendors seek to disrupt Cisco’s hegemony in the […]
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) was the hottest thing going in enterprise IT a decade ago, until the cloud took off and stole all of its thunder. Nevertheless, […]
Name: Gayathri Aruswami Role: Associate Solution Architect for KiSSFLOW How do you make KiSSFLOW great?... The post Meet the KiSSFLOW Team: Gayathri appeared first on KiSSFLOW.
What is a Web Server? A Web server is a program that process requests via HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol), serve... The post Web Server Monitoring – Run Your Web Server Like A Boss appeared first on AppPerfect.
Apple has opened a new front in its global patent war with Qualcomm. The Cupertino, Calif.-based company has sued Qualcomm in a U.K. court, accusing the chipmaker of violating patents The post Apple Is Expanding Its War With Qualcomm appeared first on Technology News and Reviews | A2Z ...
We’re thrilled to represent New Hampshire in CB Insights’ The United States Of Startups: The Most Well-Funded Tech Startup In Every US State. CB Insights used their database to identify the most-well funded VC-backed technology startups by state based on disclosed equity funding. We’re...
continuing from The transformation to the virtual cloud enterprise, steps   The virtual cloud enterprise consists of a value chain realised by services provided by external parties but integrated and coordinated by the governance function of the core enterprise.   T...
What is Database Tuning? Database Tuning is a group of activity of making database application more robust. Database tuning is... The post Database Tuning – Performance tuning tips for Database Developers appeared first on AppPerfect.
In my previous post I showed you how easy it is to bring the Wide World Importers (WWI) database into a named instance of SQL Server 2016 SP1 on your computer(desktop / laptop).In this post I describe how you may construct the database on the named instance using a BacPac file.If you...
Are project intake management and portfolio prioritization draining your resources?  Are you sick of sorting through project updates and sharing slides? Are you spending endless hours in release meetings with no clear decisions? You probably reminisce the good old days when one team of...
Do you spend too much time sitting in meetings providing or receiving status updates? Does your testing team receive a ton of emails and calls and meeting invites? Does your team provide a ton of detail to stakeholders, but they still don’t seem to be on the same page? Here are ten tip...
Your calendar is filled with release reviews, but it’s looking busy and not exactly doing much. Every time you glance at it, you cringe. You promise yourself you would free up some time so you can actually get stuff done. But you never get around to doing that because you donR...
There are plenty of technology details that have gone through major changes in the cloud era. One networking detail in particular—tracking and managing quality of service (QoS) is an essential one to master for modern IT. QoS is a way of marking traffic prioritization over networks in ...
The work of a developer is complex and time-consuming, but arming yourself with the most sophisticated tools makes the job both quicker and easier. That’s why many developers turn to integrated development environments (IDEs) to manage workflows, access a suite of development tools wit...