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Big data services are an attractive cloud lure for enterprises. AWS, Azure and Google are fighting for number one, but who will come out on top?
New Google security certifications are welcome, if belated, additions to the cloud platform, providing assurances to enterprise customers about protecting their data.
Before working with multiple cloud providers, evaluate their services for compute, storage, security and more.
It might be heresy, but Agile coach Michele Sliger isn't buying Agile on a large scale. Here's why she thinks it's just not ever going to work in that environment.
What do you do when that job candidate is a little too perfect? Résumé padding is on the rise, unfortunately. Here's what expert Matt Heusser offers as a solution.
Everyone knows a broken DevOps team. Shippable CEO Avi Cavale thinks he can help, but he had to tackle his inefficient customer service operation first. Here's how he did it.
Tom Nolle explains how developers and architects can navigate the bewildering world of middleware tools and create harmony between middleware and emerging applications.
In this article, mobile expert Matthew David walks developers through some of the most effective ways to connect to JSON APIs in an Android-based project.
Model-driven development has been around a long time, but in today's complicated app world, it may be time to give this methodology another look. Expert Tom Nolle explains.
The software development world is simply too busy to have inefficient ALM. Expert Gerie Owen reimagines app lifecycle management as something streamlined and totally painless.
Using an offshore team can save time and money, but if used ineffectively, they can cost more than they save. Here are five tips on how to use offshore development teams effectively.
Turning a wave of information into something meaningful can be challenging. But that's where deep machine learning can help. Here, expert George Lawton explains how.
Ontegrity turns knowledge gained through years of onsite HVAC maintenance into a prescriptive analytics system built in-house that prescribes repairs before failures occur.
Running one database per server needlessly wastes hardware resources and money. Use a SQL Server container to stack multiple instances per virtual machine.
Legacy storage technology wasn't designed to support multiple virtualized applications competing for simultaneous I/O. Tintri's Dan Florea explains how to get from mess to mesh.