The EU high court's decision to strike down the Safe Harbor agreement shouldn't hurt large cloud companies or their users, but long-term questions about data privacy remain.
The DevOps model is taking off as cloud adoption grows. But what exactly are the key responsibilities of a DevOps team in the enterprise?
Rackspace's Fanatical Support for Amazon's cloud gives customers AWS managed services for less than the cost of AWS Enterprise Support.
Before purchasing application testing tools, you need to know how to evaluate them. Trial versions, vendor research and assessing your organization's needs may help.
Experts Matt Heusser and Michael Larsen present use cases for three categories of application testing tools you need to know: automation, bug tracking and coverage.
Matthew Heusser's new book, "Save Our Scrum," explains the risk behind diluted Scrum and how to make Scrum implementations work for your enterprise.
George Lawton looks at the best ways companies can maintain compliance through social media governance as business transactions move away from email.
Here are several options for incorporating mobile apps as part of a legacy system modernization effort. Approaches include vendor apps and writing APIs.
SOA governance tools can help keep projects on track, and vendors have been releasing a plethora of options. Find out how they stack up in this article.
ZeroTurnaround developer advocate Simon Maple discussed the most important productivity tools, including WebSphere.
ZeroTurnaround's Jevgeni Kabanov clarifies the three major pain points for production performance and how best to avoid them.
In this podcast, ZeroTurnaround's Jevgeni Kabanov discusses how XRebel differentiates itself from competing application performance monitoring tools on the market.
In this podcast, Pamela Wise-Martinez discussed the complexities related to cloud computing projects, including data integration risks and Agile techniques.
Are you just getting started with Azure application development? Here are five resources to ease your way.
Mobile and cloud applications may be the future, but the Windows platform is not yet in the past.