AWS serverless expert explains what you need to know before launching a serverless pilot.
Having many hands in API creation can quickly send API programs off the rails. Here's a call for greater transparency to ensure the business is getting something for its money.
'Knowing and realizing the strengths and weaknesses of technologies is a massive superpower and can really help empower your DevOps career when you make decisions'
In Part I of our outlook for the year ahead, we go behind the headlines to discuss how end-of-life for core enterprise business systems are shaping the next stage of the cloud computing agenda.
'We want developers to spend their best energies solving the business problem, not on a mat trying to figure out how to put the plumbing together'
Survey of 10,000 managers and professionals finds more non-developers working with APIs. Small teams, internal APIs are more the rule.
At its user conference in Florida, IBM offered to demystify the term AI. The effort seemed only mildly successful, but the company nevertheless conveyed a lot of energy and drive behind its various offerings that pertain to machine learning and that may be enough to excite its customers.
Is data better off in the cloud, or better off remaining on premises?
Enterprises embracing DevOps see more frequent software delivery, change lead times, and other benefits, survey by Google Cloud and DORA finds.
Survey shows that cloud helps accelerate data modernization and transformation efforts. But it needs to be undertaken gradually, with an eye to security and performance.
The traits of serverless architecture, and what budding architects need to know
11 cloud vulnerabilities that keep customers up at night.
'A hybrid approach leverages the best of both worlds in what could be called a mash-up of on-prem and off-prem resources'
Not everyone is ready for the changes cloud will bring. Hybrid provides an interim step.
A seasoned enterprise storage entrepreneur explains how cloud is unfolding into the serverless revolution.
America's big information security conference comes into its 18th year with standing room only talks and a big-money expo, but still can't hire hackers fast enough to match industry growth.
Many chief financial officers as well as CIOs are gasping at the unexpected expenses seen in their monthly cloud bills. survey finds.
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The challenge is that 'the IoT platform market is immature and there are over 150 options to choose from.'
As cloud approaches its second decade in enterprises, IT managers find it to be an ideal backup environment, two new surveys confirm.
Survey suggests technology migrations are more painful, and the cloud isn't making them any easier
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