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MongoDB celebrates customer wins despite COVID-19 uncertainty and beats expectations with strong Q2 growth This article is sponsored by:

NoSQL database provider MongoDB has seen its rate of growth improve during Q2 and is confident on its outlook as buyers push through change.

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Aberdeen Standard Investments speeds up its Salesforce development by moving to DevOps with Copado This article is sponsored by:

Global investment firm Aberdeen Standard Investments has run a complex Salesforce environment for years and is using Copado to simplify how it is managed.

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Headless meets serverless - a tierless architecture for frictionless enterprise This article is sponsored by:

The combination of current trends towards headless and serverless models culminates in a new tierless architecture for digital, frictionless enterprise

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New Relic's long term thinking vs Wall Street's short term nerves despite strong Q1 This article is sponsored by:

New Relic CEO Lew Cirne took time out to explain his firm's new product and pricing thinking to Wall Street's finest. He may find himself having to repeat the message several times more...

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Atlassian bulks up its ITSM play, buys Mindville as it releases Q4 results This article is sponsored by:

Atlassian staked its claim to the ITSM market with the acquisition of Mindville today as it released Q4 numbers and a $5 billion ambition

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Are you faking observability? This article is sponsored by: New Relic logo © New Relic

Most enterprises believe they have full observability of their digital systems but the evidence suggest otherwise. New Relic's Nica Fee asks, are you faking it?

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Open source groups spar over Google trademark initiative This article is sponsored by:

The new trademark initiative has caused a row in the open source community, but has Google picked up on a traditionally underrepresented area of IP?

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The year of the mainframe? Here we go again, but wedding bells between BMC and Compuware might make a difference this time around This article is sponsored by:

After year of 'living in sin', BMC and long-time partner Compuware are taking the next step and the consequences for the 'not dead yet' mainframe market could be significant.

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Konica Minolta's progress to Postgres - curing the healthcare sector's database dependency on Microsoft? This article is sponsored by:

Konica Minolta moved from Microsoft to open source Postgres to underpin its radiography platform, a shift that saw the provider need to convince customers it was a sound one.

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How to play offense with software during a pandemic This article is sponsored by: New Relic logo © New Relic

More than ever, the world relies on software and the developers who strive to perfect it, writes New Relic CEO and founder Lew Cirne

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Neptune Impact - and now for something completely different This article is sponsored by:

Neptune Impact is about to get underway with product announcements and the promise of strong customer stories

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Salesforce teases developers with a trio of new tools ahead of TrailheaDX This article is sponsored by:

Ahead of TrailheaDX this week, Salesforce announces a trio of developer tools including serverless functions, a browser-based code builder and a DevOps management console

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