In the first of a two part interview with SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin, AI hype and sensationalism comes under scrutiny.
At Couchbase Connect, I heard the inspiring story of AEDES – and how they partnered with Couchbase to build CERHIS, a mobile hospital information system that could change healthcare in central Africa.
Are cloud infrastructure providing enough help to enterprise architects? Usability, convenience, and practicality all need attention.
An interview with Braze’s CTO on how its technology helps brands make personalized, mobile-first connections at scale and build timely consumer engagement
At Couchbase Connect ’17, I shot a fun demo video of EYE-SYNC, a mobile brain health assessment tool developed by SyncThink. CTO Dan Beeler shares what drives their brain health mission – and why they built a cloud data platform with Couchbase.
A month after a successful IPO, MongoDB has announced closer ties with AWS, making it easier for customers to buy through the cloud giant.
Want to know how to get into product management? New Relic product manager Nadya Duke Boone outlines six skills that will help you land your first PM job
Startup growth is never a bad thing – but the strain it puts on an IT team is real. Jason Wu of AdStage told me how AdStage addressed its data scale issues, and why Apache Cassandra-as-a-Database service was the right choice.
There’s potential for a clash between automated compliance management in security and the move to the end user community as the source of future innovations.
Nutanix wants to make the delineations between cloud and on-premise, private cloud and private cloud less and less relevant until they disappear.
Several candid meetings at SAP TechEd Barcelona brought clarity to SAP’s blockchain direction. Here’s what I learned from SAPs Torsten Zube – and my analysis of SAP’s approach.
Just in time for SAP TechEd Barcelona, Dick Hirsch unearths the surprising connections between Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry and the SAP Cloud. The kicker question: what does the mean for customers, and the developer community?
New Relic’s narrowing its losses and bumping up its revenues, but it’s the enterprise use cases that catch the eye as proof points of success.