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?
The year of the mainframe? Here we go again, but wedding bells between BMC and Compuware might make a difference this time around
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.
Konica Minolta's progress to Postgres - curing the healthcare sector's database dependency on Microsoft?
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.
More than ever, the world relies on software and the developers who strive to perfect it, writes New Relic CEO and founder Lew Cirne
Neptune Impact is about to get underway with product announcements and the promise of strong customer stories
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
Time to phase out enterprise suites and go best-of-breed, say headless founders of the MACH Alliance
Maintaining performance in complex microservices environments demands the very best in observability tooling. New Relic's Jeremy Castile makes the case for managed distributed tracing
HSBC Bank is one of the world’s leading financial institutions. It is simplifying its data model by running its applications on MongoDB.
The launch of MongoDB Cloud isn’t exactly ‘new’, but it signifies intent and market direction.
COVID-19 didn't impact on MongoDB's Q1 growth as much as feared and the crisis fuelled some new use cases along the way.
A deep dive into the broader market and case for enterprise Kubernetes - complete with user experience.