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Shifting from Oracle to Apache Cassandra, iovation gains a service-oriented architecture, reduced transaction times, and new product features, and grows traffic volumes.
In Evgeny Morozov's latest book, he explores technological 'solutionism,' which he believes is a dangerous ideology that is pervasive in Silicon Valley. Read Alex Howard's book rev...
As the pace of innovation accelerates, only those companies that can manage their applications at scale have a chance of sticking around.
Two schools of thought about how to offer enterprise IT as a service have emerged: SOA or APIs. Here's what you need to know about each, and why one key nuance may be vitally impor...
The Business IT function sits between traditional IT teams and end users. Get the lowdown on whether this trend is mission critical for your organization, or just another layer of ...
Cloud computing didn't kill the mainframe. The disruptive technology did, however, cause the mainframe to evolve.
Fiverr solved some major big data problems by employing a cloud-based service called Xplenty.
Your SaaS engineering and operations capability could be one of, if not the most critical business differentiator and can absolutely determine your company's success or failure.
Thoran Rodrigues attended this week's AWS re:Invent Conference in Las Vegas. Here's a roundup of the news and announcements from Amazon that will be good for cloud consumers as a w...
SAP sets out a vision of making its software easy to use and pain free to buy, while adding cloud and big data. But is it giving its customers what they want?