Agile and DevOps have put developers at the forefront of collaborative teamwork in the digital enterprise. So what tools do they use? I ask IT toolmaker Chef
MariaDB’s first annual user conference in New York City found MariaDB CEO Michael Howard in a confident mood. I decided to push issues, like whether “the revenge of relational databases” favors the incumbents, and see if I could find any cracks. I didn’t get those, but I got some spicy/illuminating responses. I also learned why MariaDB thinks its “open source mandate” will carry the day.
One of the best things about MariaDB’s first annual user conference (M|17) was hearing from open source advocates who flew in from APAC countries to tell their stories. Alibaba presented on how they use open source at monster cloud scale. I also got some interesting views on why some open source database projects are a lot better than others.
Ticketmaster is shifting from private cloud and siloed operations to becoming more agile, cross-functional and cloud native.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation believes that cloud native gives companies speed, trust and freedom in their computing architectures.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation, focused on the Google-developed Kubernetes system, has accepted Docker’s containerd and CoreOS’ rkt.
A new way of working is just getting underway at the eBay-owned, UK-based online classifieds site.
Thames Water has formed a digital innovation and technology team to help modernize its legacy IT and assets as it adapts to a new business landscape
NoSQL vendor DataStax has unveiled a new CX strategy that signals a move away from tech-heavy discussions, towards understanding business problems.
Application performance management vendor Dynatrace believes it can outgun competitors by adding AI smarts to its APM platform
Our survey of digital enterprise collaboration ends with a look at the far-reaching impact of agile teams in DevOps and the merits of Atlassian’s platform