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At this year’s MongoDB World, our all-star lineup of keynotes is so packed that we couldn’t fit them all in one blog post. In addition to comprehensive technical sessions, one-on-one consultations, and networking with industry professionals, join us at MongoDB World to hear from these...
Since the inception of the MongoDB internship program back in 2007, we have had a number of interns graduate and start at MongoDB full time. Max Hirschhorn interned in 2013 and has been with MongoDB for the last 4 years. Andrea Dooley: What’s your name and what is your role at MongoDB...
WHAT IS CHATOPS Chat is a method of communication that has become tremendously popular over the past several years alongside the growth of DevOps. ChatOps – chat plus ops – is meant to provide better communication among IT professionals, and the systems they use. One source referred to...
AppNeta’s customer care team is a smart, enthusiastic bunch of colleagues. They’re so good at what they do that it can be easy to forget how lucky we are to have them here at AppNeta. After all, a satisfied customer never needs to talk to anyone up the chain. There are a lot of ways......
Bob Gourley We should all collectively thank Mary Meeker for her continued efforts in helping capture key trends in our interconnected technology. Her yearly report on the state of the Internet (available at Internet Trends Report and embedded below) provides context relevant to just a...
Everyone wants a quick solution to their problem. Your clients are no different. In the world of service; be it tech support, running a help desk or running a service team as an MSP, It helps to think like your client when you have to deal with them. What they want is immediate technic...
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief There are three main reasons why companies might want to migrate off of their mainframes: aging hardware, aging software, or aging […]
Software development, as a profession, has evolved in fits and starts over the years.  When I think back a couple of decades, I find myself a little amazed.  During the infancy of the web, hand-coding PHP (or PERL) live on a production machine seemed perfectly fine. At first blush, tha...
Web check analysis just got even better. Following the recent introduction of user-action waterfall analysis and JavaScript error analysis into Dynatrace real user monitoring, we’ve now made both features additionally available for web checks. Web checks are synthetic user visits...
The truth is that the modern IT organization needs elements from both DevOps and ITIL in order to effectively operate in a world that balances speed […]
Java remains one of the most popular programming languages. In our recent deep-dive into the hottest programming languages for 2017, Java landed second among the most-used programming languages and the languages with the most active repositories on GitHub – beat out only by JavaScript ...
Automatisation et société : la démocratie survivra-t-elle à l’Internet des objets ?
Automatisierung und die Gesellschaft: Wird die Demokratie das Internet der Dinge überleben?
Every so often, I hear that you don’t need deployment automation tools when working with Docker. However, speaking for one of those tools—XL Deploy—I […] The post Using XL Deploy and Docker Together: 5 Benefits for Enterprises appeared first on XebiaLabs. Related posts: ...
Teams that serve the business, such as Business Operations and Business Intelligence, are faced with a barrage of urgent requests and never-ending list of business-critical projects on a daily basis. How can teams control this chaos and ensure they work on the right things? Traditional...
I run public and private training pretty often, and the question about the class size often comes up. In this write-up, I’ll share my experience in teaching groups of people of various sizes and the… More
On the third floor of a pre-war building in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, you might not expect to stumble upon a fleet of hundreds of handwriting robots. However, in the offices of Bond, that’s exactly what you’ll find. Bond began in 2013 as a gifting company, adorning each of thei...
The OpenStack Summit at the Hynes convention center earlier this month was a blast. Exciting keynotes where we heard that we’re in the age of 2nd generation private clouds, where everything is virtualized and the focus shifts on the applications again. That enables the OpenStack commun...
Company research reports typically depend upon surveys of preselected customers (rather than random respondents) and lack any basis on real traffic analysis, thus making their results […]
By Iris Business Architect Searching for the Business Value of Enterprise Architecture A fairly recent Jason Bloomberg article in Forbes pointed out that “enterprise architects have used […]
Existing Big Data solutions are mainly focused on the discovery and analysis of data. The solutions are scalable and highly available but tedious when swapping in and swapping out occurs in disarray and thrashing takes place. The resolution for thrashing through machine learning algori...
During the course of my work as a consultant, I wind up working with many companies adopting agile practices, most commonly following Scrum.  Some of these practices they embrace easily, such as continuous integration.  Others cause some consternation.  But perhaps no practice furrows ...
One of the less obvious aspects of the fantastic growth of the cloud has been the substantial role played by virtual private cloud (VPC). Those are chunks of public cloud capacity reserved in varying degrees for specific organizations. Cloud has captured the imagination of business and...
Given the turbulent, even frothy environment for disruptive digital technologies, one novel entrant promises to be among the frothiest: blockchain. The secure distributed ledger technology behind […]
Monitoring applications and systems is one thing — knowing what to do with all the data being gathered is quite another. Most IT organizations today have deployed multiple types of monitoring systems. Much of the time, the alerts these systems generate represent minor deviations from.....
Drive Business Growth with Process Orchestration
Fill in the blank: “The world needs more of __________.” What do you think it needs? In my opinion, it’s positive, successful leadership. And I’m not talking about the kind of leadership that requires the title or the salary. Anyone has the potential to be a lea...
This was my first time at Monitorama, which took place in Portland last week, and what an experience it was. I began my career in the monitoring space many years ago and after some time away, I have recently found myself back in the industry. Monitorama solidified precisely why I decid...
LinkedIn recently announced Open19 Foundation, a community that’s working towards the standardization of data centers and edge computing solutions. Though Open19 Foundation was announced only last week, it’s been an ambitious project for LinkedIn. For the last couple of years, the comp...
You create a video and you want it the way Picasso or Monet would have visualized it. Can it be done? The answers appears to be answered by Facebook's Caffe2Go. It was easy with stills as many programs do it, but with a video it is another thing.Caffe2Go is supposed to be third iterati...
Join us at MongoDB World for fundamental and advanced technical sessions, one-on-one consultations with experts, and the opportunity to network with over 2,300 tech professionals. MongoDB World is less than a month away, but we can’t wait any longer to introduce our exciting keynote s...
When John Donahoe, ServiceNow’s new CEO, delivered his opening keynote at Knowledge17, he announced the Intelligent Automation Engine — the company’s new machine learning layer that […]
Code Coverage is a measurement of how many lines, statements, or blocks of your code are tested using your suite of automated tests. It’s an essential metric to understand the quality of your QA efforts. Code coverage shows you how much of your application is not covered by automated t...
Now that cloud computing has turned a corner, most enterprises have implemented a ‘cloud first’ strategy. With such a strategy, the default assumption is that any […]
There are billions of smart devices in our world today, but what if these devices were interconnected? What if these devices can interact with each other just like how their owners do and form a kind of global nervous system? This essentially describes what people call the Internet of ...
Logging runtime information in your Java application is critically useful for understanding the behavior of any app, especially in cases when you encounter unexpected scenarios, errors or just need track certain application events. In a real-world production environment, you usually do...
The next BriefingsDirect Voice of the Customer cloud adoption patterns discussion explores how integration of the latest cloud tools and methods help smooth out the difficult task of creating and maintaining cloud-infrastructure services contracts. The results are more flexible digital...
Is your Android phone infected with Judy malware? Shelly Palmer talks about how you tell if Judy is on your device and what you can do about it - with Teresa Priolo and Antwan Lewis on Fox 5. Original Airdate: May 30, 2017 The post Is the Judy Virus on Your Android? | Shelly Palmer on ...
The age-old bottleneck has plagued IT since the first wired connections were made. Network bottlenecks happen when the communication between network endpoints doesn’t have enough capacity to transfer data without overflowing network buffers. The problem could lie on the internal networ...