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Microservices-based architectures can provide greater flexibility to IT organizations and developers. But how exactly do microservices work?
The EU high court's decision to strike down the Safe Harbor agreement shouldn't hurt large cloud companies or their users, but long-term questions about data privacy remain.
The DevOps model is taking off as cloud adoption grows. But what exactly are the key responsibilities of a DevOps team in the enterprise?
ZeroTurnaround developer advocate Simon Maple discussed the most important productivity tools, including WebSphere.
ZeroTurnaround's Jevgeni Kabanov clarifies the three major pain points for production performance and how best to avoid them.
In this podcast, ZeroTurnaround's Jevgeni Kabanov discusses how XRebel differentiates itself from competing application performance monitoring tools on the market.
Revolution R Open is a free, open source version of the R programming language and Revolution R Enterprise is an R engine for high-performance needs.
Most print media companies have struggled to make money in the 21st century, but The New York Times is using predictive analytics tools to gain a competitive edge.
IBM SPSS Modeler and IBM SPSS Statistics enable users to build predictive models and execute other types of analytics tasks.
The Oregon Supreme Court rejected Oracle's request to overturn a lower court decision, ruling that Oracle executives in the Cover Oregon case can be tried in their personal capacities.
Oracle Transportation Management 6.4 and Oracle Global Trade Management 6.4 have renovated their user experience and added a Landed Cost Simulator.
Oracle released two new services for the Oracle Cloud Platform: Oracle SOA Cloud and Oracle API Manager Cloud Service. They are designed for non-developers.
In this podcast, cloud consultant Judith Hurwitz discusses the cost of cloud computing and why we'll stop using the term altogether.
In this podcast, Robert McGrath, head of the University of New Hampshire's graduate program in analytics, discussed the current shortage of data analyst training programs.
Storage is cheap, but that alone cannot justify collecting data forever. In this podcast, IBM's Mike O'Rourke offers ways for dealing with aging data.