Matt Cain joined the company back in April and is hoping to make his mark in the competitive NoSQL by pushing Couchbase’s ‘engagement database’.
Is AI good news for developers? Topcoder thinks so – and they have the feedback of a million-plus developers. But there’s a skills transitions ahead – and new options for companies as well.
With SAP TechEd season almost upon us, it’s a good time to pose the questions SAP needs to answer. I also have views from SAP’s Robert Enslin on SCP and integration – and a fresh S/4HANA podcast.
Twilio Studio is a new drag-and-drop visual editor that opens up the communications platform to non-developers when building voicemail and messaging apps
Team innovation at Compuware and Kaiser Permanente illustrate how enterprises are using Atlassian collaboration tools to adapt to change
One day, New Relic put all its engineers in a room and made them chose which team to work in. Now it has built its latest product in just six weeks
New Relic unveils new AI powered capabilities at FutureStack New York to help locate needle-like issues in DevOps haystacks
Announcements today at Atlassian Summit extend the collaboration vendor’s reach beyond its core developer market into broader enterprise teamwork
Kubernetes solved problems that Docker neglected to address early enough to maintain the moat around its ecosystem. What’s happening?
Workato brings enterprise app integration to business users through intelligent workflow automation and links to conversational platforms Slack and Teams
Just how relevant is it for user businesses to argue the toss about which ‘mode’ they are in, or should be in, when it comes to the subject of bimodal computing? ‘Not much’, is the response from Red Hat.
Cloud scalability helps UCAS manage the huge spike in load on A-Level results day and powers digital transformation with an API-led integration strategy
If the majority of large enterprises need mature systems on which to run their businesses rather than the sex-drugs-and-rock’n’roll of technology’s bleeding edges, then SUSE and Red Hat, the producers of the two main distributions of OpenStack, are ready to tell you it is now very much fit for that purpose