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Sometimes the term 'iBPM' is used too broadly to be functional. To get the most out of iBPM, determine how it can best be applied and implement it accordingly.
Things like cloud applications and microservices have altered the traditional foundations of GRC. Tom Nolle explains why and describes a new approach for GRC.
A new MicroProfile specification promises to simplify microservice development on Java EE. George Lawton explains why this is happening and how architects are reacting.
Many changes have come to the Java languages over the years, with Project Coin and lambda support making it more of a functional programming language.
As organizations create a microservices-based component architecture, many wonder which programming language to choose for microservice orchestration.
The software development landscape is changing, and developers are being forced to ask themselves to choose between a career as an Ops professional or a full stack developer.
In terms of a consumer-facing website, how do developers distinguish between front-end development and back-end tasks?
Cloud vendors are making it easier for IT and business people to collaborate on an infrastructure strategy.
Alva Powell, CTO at The Center for Autism and Related Disorders, discusses which Microsoft tools his organization uses for DevOps.
The biggest Oracle licensing trap isn't in how you use the vendor's software, but in the license agreement itself and how easy Oracle makes it for customers to start out noncompliant.
High availability features are critical to reducing unplanned downtime on Oracle databases. Database manager Ashish Kumar Mehta shares the causes of downtime and how to resolve them.
As more companies move to the cloud, it's important for DBAs to know both the good and the bad about managing Oracle cloud database systems before they take the plunge and migrate.
Multicloud deployments create new IT challenges. Consider infrastructure as code to streamline the app development and management process across multiple cloud platforms.
While some are more flexible than others, not all SLAs are set in stone. Review your requirements with your cloud provider to see if there are areas you can negotiate.
Data privacy continues to be a hot-button issue on both sides of the Atlantic, with the Privacy Shield agreement and a big win for Microsoft providing some clarity to this still murky issue.
There's been a lot of discussion about how likely artificial intelligence applications are to destroy jobs, but one expert says the impact will be small and beneficial.
SQL-on-Hadoop query engines are becoming a common companion of Hadoop in big data systems as IT managers look to ease programming for analytics applications and data integration jobs.
AI systems are generating huge hype right now, which makes it imperative for businesses to understand how the technology can be deployed most effectively.
At Red Hat Summit, Ansible playbooks look to find common ground between dev and ops teams.
Find out how the world's largest betting site, Paddy Power Betfair, leveraged a private cloud to accelerate application delivery.
Find out what Electronic Arts learned from a failed effort and one successful strategy for deploying cloud infrastructure for mobile apps.