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?
A vibrant and important conversation among SAP Mentors provides insights into the challenges SAP faces in an open source led world.
Australia’s ticketing giant Ticketek goes all in with MongoDB - ‘It’s the only database up to the task’
Ticketek has transformed itself into a platform business and we spoke to CTO Matt Cudworth at MongoDB World in New York about its transformation.
MongoDB evolution continues with launch of mobile, visualisation tools and general availability of Stitch
At the opening of MongoDB World 2018, the NoSQL database provider made a number of announcements that enhance its backend and management capabilities.
Enterprise hits and misses - Buyers are changing, Workday is buying, and the Microsoft - Github debate continues
This week - Another no-vacation-for-you surprise as Workday buys Adaptive Insights. The B2B buyer is changing faster than sales can keep up, and Microsoft's Github acquisition provokes debate - and a big whiff.
This week - AI isn't intelligent until it gets to causality. Sapphire Now begins with CRM swagger - bring on the analysis. Plus: Microsoft gets Github, but why? Your whiffs include a tour of Twitter support dystopia via my pals at Intuit.
My last talk with DataStax CEO Billy Bosworth left us with unfinished business. We address that by poking holes in disruption infatuation. Bosworth makes his case for a different model: transformative cloud apps powered by a hybrid cloud.
The New York Times had been running its own data centers, but has since shifted to AWS and Google Cloud, prompting a cloud-native approach.