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Before going all in with containers, it's critical to understand how the technology differs from VMs in terms of private, public and hybrid cloud deployment.
When choosing cloud providers for a multicloud deployment, it's not just about cost -- consider specialized features, along with management and integration options.
Container security is central to CoreOS' first production release of container runtime rkt, which it sees as better suited than Docker for large-scale deployments.
Can mob programming -- where the whole team works at a single screen -- boost Agile productivity? A game called The Power of 13 offers a glimpse of what happens when everyone tackles the same problem at once.
IBM Rational Quality Manager provides DevOps teams with enhanced code coverage tools, which aid with the planning, tracking and execution of testing tasks on their developed apps.
The FogBugz bug tracking software offers DevOps teams an interactive and collaborative location for reporting and detailing defects and changes in a variety of software projects.
EDI services have managed to become an integral part of many organizations' B2B processes, but APIs may be a smart alternative -- even if many businesses don't know it yet.
As much as business rules management can help an organization streamline operations, a general misunderstanding of business rules is hurting efforts. Steve Weissman explains why.
Microservices can offer flexibility for developers, but should they be using it for mobile development? Matthew David offers his take.
When programs are built using a polyglot of different languages, organizations need good DevOps tools to manage that integration.
Skimble CEO Maria Ly discusses developing her startup fitness application for both Android and iOS.
Expert Barry Burd talks with the co-founder of app startup Skimble about application deployment processes.
Is there a difference between using higher-level UI design software as opposed to manual coding? Perhaps it's as contrasting between Visio and a pencil. Kurt Marko offers his insight on what can you expect.
Get ready for multicloud computing. If you deal with combinations of private, public and managed clouds, you're already there.
It's a crazy world of distributed systems in the hybrid cloud. Now the app container adds to the craziness. Research expert Carl Lehman explains.