Microservices is altering the way developers and DevOps teams are structured - allowing organizations to center those teams on specific services where they'll have full autonomy and responsibility. Read this white paper to review in greater detail the ins and outs of microservices.
DevOps has taken the IT world by storm over the last few years and continues to transform the way organizations develop, deploy, monitor, and maintain applications, as well as modifying the underlying infrastructure. DevOps has quickly evolved from a niche concept to a business imperative and companies of all sizes should be striving to incorporate DevOps tools and principles.
Where is your company on the maturity curve when it comes to building an effective Vendor Risk Management (VRM) program? Take this quick assessment to identify strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities within your current VRM strategy.
It's now common for users - both employees and customers - to interact with enterprises exclusively through apps and Web sites that they access via mobile devices. As cloud computing, mobility and social networking become pervasive, and the Internet of Things (IoT) looms on the near horizon, software will be even more intertwined with people and processes to define and differentiate business models.
While providers in the Leaders quadrant remain the same, traditional APM providers have regained some of their competitive edge. For the first time, we also include APM vendors from Asia, an important and emerging regional market.
All software tools go through transition periods where improvements are made and generational gaps are recognized. What was once cutting edge becomes hopelessly outdated unless you invest heavily in modernization. Hopefully this detailed look at APM methodologies helps you cut through the giant pile of sales and marketing propaganda that develops and IT ops folks are constantly exposed to.
Virtually all large enterprises engage in merger & acquisition (M&A) activity at some point, for a wide variety of reasons and with a broad spectrum of business objectives. Yet upwards of 70% of M&A initiatives fail to deliver the expected business results, undercutting the expected value of these transactions, which in 2015 amounted to more than $4.5 trillion globally. Read this eBook to learn more.
Enterprise mobility management suites enable organizations to integrate and manage mobile devices in their IT infrastructures. End-user computing leaders must act amid rapid market changes to reach both short-term and long-term enterprise mobility objectives.
When a business is hit by cryptomalware, data is encrypted into an unreadable form until a ransom is paid to cybercriminals. No wonder 42% of SMBs consider this to be one of their most security threats. Download this whitepaper to learn how you can protect your business from this dangerous scenario.