In 10 steps, MuleSoft founder Ross Mason explains how to APIfy enterprise IT to align with emerging trends towards serverless and conversational computing
This week: Why PaaS and infrastructure automation matter against threats like Spectre and Meltdown. Also: SEO for 2018, connected car dilemmas, and Davos versus the enterprise. Your whiffs include a slew of whiffy awards, and Facebook’s navel-gazing Newsfeed overhaul.
Learn how the XaaS effect is transforming Oracle’s culture as it focuses attention on improving the customer experience and its employee experience
Salesforce and Oracle are emerging as leading competitive platform plays. Here is an outline of what it means.
Marine Harvest, the world’s largest salmon farmer, is in the process of rolling out Infor M3 across its global operations for better consistency and traceability of product.
Bringing Watson AI into its implementation of quote-to-cash on the Apttus platform proved so appealing that IBM took a stake in the IPO-bound startup
Oracle is very much at the start of a long journey to its stated aim of owning the cloud utility market. Here are clues as to progress.
The Meltdown-Spectre incident demonstrates, the need for rapid, repeatable infrastructure updates.
Are customers seriously lining up to get off Oracle database? That’s the implication from one media source.
This deal creates a Cloud ERP vendor of consequence. Both vendors utilize Salesforce’s Force.com platform. Traditional ERP vendors (e.g., SAP) and newer cloud-only ERP vendors (e.g., Plex) will see a bigger competitor. Customers should see no major changes for the time being.