How confident are you that the security models and measures in your organization are doing their job as well as you think they are? Or, better still, have you ever considered that the information security you have in place is acting more of a barrier to your development teams than malicious intruders? It is possible that the one thing your security is excelling at is preventing your teams from...
One of the hallmarks of digitization’s success is the widespread adoption of applications, from mobile to client apps, as the benchmarked standard to serve, interact, and communicate with users. And few things have played such a significant role in this evolution as Microservice Architecture.
By nature, the world of technology and software development is constantly changing. What it is, what it can do, and how it is created are all dynamic, evolving to meet the demands asked of it. However, despite these shifting expectations, there is a constant ask that is unlikely to diminish, instead, only grow in intensity: that it be done FAST!
I've always prided myself a bit of a futurist, and it's certainly no coincidence that I work in tech. I love how the more advanced we get, the more connected everything seems to become. And while I am always looking forward to seeing what is new, what's exciting, and what's better - I am always reminded that it is only that last point - what's better - that interested me.
Cloud computing can save you money is perhaps the most touted of the clouds many benefits and it’s easy to see why. It makes better economic sense to lease computer time rather than invest in costly hardware that will depreciate in value and require an ongoing cost to support and maintain. At least, in theory, and it ultimately comes down to how effectively you can manage your cloud.
The benefits of test automation are apparent - faster feedback to your development team, more frequent test executions, increased code coverage, and faster, more frequent releases. And it’s these reasons and many others that shed light on why companies worldwide invest millions of dollars in test automation - to ensure that they are developing exceptional software!
The smartphone in your pocket or that is sitting on your desk are impressive pieces of hardware in their own right, and keep you connected to your life and the people within it. But what is really impressive is the operating system running on them because that is what makes the real magic happen.
A decade ago software developers typically found themselves limited to coding and writing unit tests, a fact that inevitably led to problems during deployment. Keeping this issue in the forefront, software developers started experimenting with virtual environments, such as Virtual Box and Vagrant to compensate and, as is often the case, with time, came change and improvements.
I remember a few years ago, I was in a meeting, and the agenda turned out to be website analytics. Typically, anything data and analytics related is of interest to me, so my ears perked instantly up. However, I was shocked and disappointed that the duration of that “website analytics agenda” consisted of announcing that they had over 10,000 visitors the previous month. That’s it! Now, tell me,...
In many enterprises and across departments, the introduction of digital tools and practices are being instituted with a clear goal in mind - to make things easier, more efficient, and create greater value within the organization. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems enabled organizations to develop standardized data definitions and effective