Experts predict that multicloud computing will be a top enterprise trend in 2017, but some cloud users question whether the touted benefits are worth the jump over significant IT management hurdles.
When choosing a platform, enterprises need to focus on features and prices for Azure, Google and AWS. Take a look under the hood before you take it for a spin.
Some IT shops try to force-fit legacy orchestration tools to cloud -- but that can backfire. Instead, evaluate new orchestration tools, especially those built for hybrid models.
At the DevOps Enterprise Summit 2016, Tripwire founder Gene Kim stated his case on why every organization should embark upon a DevOps transition.
At the 2016 DevOps Enterprise Summit, Target's Heather Mickman describes the many ways the adoption of DevOps processes improved software delivery.
Learn how Akamai's Jessica McPeake is applying Agile development techniques to technical training programs.
Self-service analytics is all about getting IT roadblocks out of the way of the business, but traditional tech teams can still play a useful role in defining and implementing BI data governance best practices.
A push is underway to write creative AI algorithms that can engage in music, film and design projects. So far, they have delivered mixed results.
Enterprises are increasingly putting data visualization tools, like Tableau, at the top of their big data platforms to start making sense out of complex data.
To flesh out its cloud product line, Oracle is adding Dyn's DNS services to offer similar internet capabilities as rivals AWS and Microsoft. It's another sign that 2016 is the year of cloud for Oracle.
Word of a purported Oracle Perpetual Unlimited License Agreement slipped out last year, but nothing has been heard since. Oracle's silence on the PULA is all about the cloud, experts say.
Sean Scott, DBA for Bodybuilding.com, wanted a performance tool that ran like it was designed by a DBA. He chose SolarWinds DPA to handle performance and Cyber Monday peak loads.
When Microsoft .NET launched in 2003, mobile and cloud computing didn't exist. Today, with dozens of development tools and languages built for the cloud, can .NET stay relevant?
Application migration is one part of cloud shift, the larger corporatewide effort required to move the whole of IT off premises and into the cloud. Quiz yourself on the trends.
As the January 2017 demise of the Parse mobile backend as a service inches closer, a migration expert steps in with some last-minute advice. It's time to move your Parse.