MariaDB OpenWorks 2019 opened with "open source enterprise" fanfare. But what do customers think? Auto Europe gave me a view into their open source pursuit - and results. Up next? a careful approach to microservices.
CAST Software has been stopping some of the more edgy, extravagant applications developments from being freely used in business without serious inspection and evaluation. This is an important trick.
Using open source in enterprises is common practice but where does it start and stop and what are the problems underpinning its usage in an enterprise context?
This week, the problem of IoT security gets open sourced as we track blog chains and blockchains for insights. Retail's big show gets a diginomica dissection, and whiffs are off to a good start with indestructable snowmen and ill-fated trials by combat.
IoT gets a bad rap for its lack of security. Ockam hopes to solve that problem by open sourcing its foundational technology.
Global CIO Barry Libenson explains how his firm creates information consistency in a fast-changing digital age.
In the latest “road burn” version of hits and misses, Jon picks the highlights from the week’s biggest shows, the highs from the enterprise web, and, as always – your weekly whiffs. Plus: separating the best IBM - Red Hat analysis from the rest.
SAP TechEd 2018 Barcelona - Björn Goerke, SAP's CTO - There is no future with ABAP alone, and there is no future in SAP without ABAP.
Björn Goerke's SAP TechEd Barcelona keynote struck me as one that had all the right ingredients but delivered to an audience that wasn't fully on board. That's debatable but it opens up an important discussion SAP developers and their business counterparts must have.
A DSAG survey provides illuminating insights into how well aligned SAP is to its customers. It's not all smooth sailing but there are important areas of agreement that hold bright promise for the future.
In conversation with MuleSoft CTO Uri Sarid we talk about how Salesforce approaches data and metadata interoperability, service mesh and more
WorldWide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee launches Inrupt to foment Solid citizen data rebellion against digital empires of Facebook, Google and others
Avoiding lock-in when making multi-cloud decisions is a top of mind topic for infrastructure architects. The options are getting better.
This lawsuit, like the Indirect Access flap, may trigger some interesting conversations between SAP and its customers/prospects. While it’s too early to call anything, what might this litigation trigger?