Today, new application architectures like Devops microservices are opening great opportunities for innovation. But you still have traditional IT-managed applications to provide for. How do you bridge the gap between these different
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The report conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Citrix, "The Need for a New IT Security Architecture: Global Study" looked at global trends in IT security risks and reasons why security practices and policies need to
Microsoft is acquiring Deis, a company that makes tools to work with the Kubernetes open-source container orchestration system. The deal, announced Monday, marks Microsoft’s continued interest in container orchestration.
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By necessity, every company is now a software company. By 2017, two-thirds of customer service transactions will no longer require the support of a human intermediary.1 That means that if you haven't already done so, you must adapt
Business users get access to their own version of the Windows 10 beta program this week. Microsoft unveiled the Windows Insider Program for Business, alongside its first post-Creators Update Windows 10 beta.
This whitepaper examines the Application Economy and the challenges it presents to monitoring application performance. It also introduces CA Technologies' E.P.I.C. strategy to make APM Easy, Proactive, Intelligent and Collaborative.
Tableau is making a big change in the way it sells its business intelligence products. The company announced Thursday that all of its software will be available as a subscription, rather than a single license plus a service fee.
A bank has lots of old-school Cobol code for handling its customers' money, and this programmer pilot fish keeps it nice and maintainable. Then he comes across the code of a former assembly-language coder.