Published By: Teradata
Published Date: Jan 30, 2015
Hadoop is the rising star of the business technology agenda for a simple reason — it disrupts the economics of data, analytics, and someday soon, all enterprise applications; it is secretly becoming an application platform too. Application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals should be aware of and take action on these eight predictions, including the disruptive power of “Hadooponomics,” Hadoop’s current killer app, the closing data management gap, and the emergence of brand new distros.
Download this white paper to learn how a well-architected workload automation solution can help you:
• Shrink application development time and cost
• Deliver higher quality digital services
• Increase IT’s agility to meet the demands of the business"
This paper, "Workload Automation – From Application Development to Digital Service Delivery," describes how a workload automation solution can eliminate the manual processes developers now use to define batch workflows and communicate them to schedulers.By extending the use of workload automation to developers, organizations can implement applications faster, slash costs, and increase service quality.
Le aziende di tutti i tipi utilizzano le API per accedere a database e applicazioni on-premise, consentendo agli sviluppatori di creare app che aumentano la value proposition delle offerte esistenti, creano nuovi flussi di ricavi ed espandono la base di clientela potenziale.
Im Jahr 2007 führte Apple das iPhone ein, das effektiv das erste Smartphone war. Mit seiner Touchscreen-Benutzeroberfläche und der Möglichkeit, schlanke Apps auszuführen, revolutionierte das iPhone den Markt für Mobiltelefone.
To support digital transformation imperatives, organizations are increasingly exploring DevOps style approaches for the continuous delivery of high quality software. Unfortunately, however, many enterprises remain burdened with accumulated technical debt and legacy wasteful practices – waste that can quickly inhibit the flow of value to customers and the business. Lean thinking provides organizations with a framework by which to quickly identify all forms of waste impacting the flow of value, which DevOps practitioners can apply in a software development context to quickly pinpoint and eliminate 8 elements of waste across people, process and technology dimensions.
This paper presents the 8 elements of waste framework, strategies needed to identify and eliminate waste, and the metrics needed to measure effectiveness.
Are dev and test constraints holding back your digital transformation?
Today, just about all businesses are scrambling to add digital components to their products and services with the hopes of capturing—and maintaining—the interest of an increasingly demanding customer base. As you undergo this digital transformation, your IT teams face tremendous pressure to not only develop innovative new experiences, but do so at an accelerated rate—lest competitors beat you to market with the next big thing.
Take a new approach to solving the familiar challenge of doing more with less—and doing it faster than ever before -- remove the constraints holding you back.
At its core, Service Virtualization is all about removing constraints within the SDLC by simulating dependent systems, services and behaviors. In order to understand the true depth and breadth of this concept, however, it helps to see how Service Virtualization can be utilized in different development scenarios.
Three key market dynamics are currently driving the need for transformation in almost every industry:
1) The need to leverage digital technologies to drive the core business
2) Next generation online consumers and socially networked buyers
3) The financial crisis
Companies are under tremendous pressure to bring digital technologies at the center of their business to remain
competitive, innovate, create new revenue streams, and drive greater customer intimacy. As a result the need to
leverage technology to significantly reduce the cost of going to market while driving growth has led to increasing
interest in software-based business models.
DevOps helps drive continuous collaboration with the end-customer, gaining further visibility into online and mobile application usage and its effect on the brick-and-mortar experience. The data your company can derive from this collaboration should be used to continuously validate assumptions made earlier in the development process.
Today’s empowered consumers have high expectations for the companies they do business with. They expect real-time communication, instant information, and the ability to connect in multiple ways. And they want it to be simple. A DevOps approach can help to accomplish this.
Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: May 20, 2016
Goodbye War Room, Hello DevOps 2.0: 6 ways to increase quality and speed in application deployment
In this eBook, we'll focus on what you need to do to continue to transform:
- Ask the right questions and get the right answers to act efficiently when there is a problem
- Level-up development, test, and operations capabilities to build in quality right from the start
- Identify the priorities for your business so you can give teams laser-like focus on what matters most
- Define a common set of metrics based upon shared goals to do what good agile teams do well — collaborate
Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: May 20, 2016
The Art of DevOps: Embark on a mission to continuously deliver assets to the operational battlegrounds safely, securely, and quickly.
This eBook gives you, a veteran of application development wars, recommendations that will put you at strategic advantage to win today's war:
- Supplement manual tests with automated testing
- Add advanced performance monitoring technology to your arsenal to prevent problems from infiltrating your code after check-in
- Leverage best-in-class communications and advanced performance monitoring to quickly identify and prevent casualties resulting from poor performance
Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: Jul 29, 2016
Gap free data helps you create and manage high-performing applications that deliver flawless end-user experience and customer loyalty.
To be gap free, you must capture data from every single method in your application infrastructure, end-to-end, including timing and code-level context for all transactions, services and tiers, and make the data available for analysis.
This eBook gives you technical and business case details that will show you why gap free data is a critical part of your application management strategy.
To deliver on the potential for transformative innovation, businesses must maximize the latent value of legacy application code and data—and fast.
• Go Agile with Agile processes and tools that speed innovation on legacy applications
• Onboard your team quickly with modern toolsets and languages that seamlessly integrate legacy code
• Integrate legacy code and simplify how you manage the software development lifecycle
Extending DevOps to mainframe applications and teams is essential towards the agility and velocity that enterprises require to remain innovative in today’s turbulent digital business environment.
• For enterprises with mainframes, trying to achieve the benefits of Digital Transformation without dealing with existing mainframe assets is a fool’s errand.
• Breaking down silos and moving to DevOps is central to what it means to undergo Digital Transformation.
• Including the mainframe in modern software development approaches can improve quality overall, reduce test cycles and deployment timeframes, and ensure mainframe-based applications support the end-to-end performance requirements that today’s customers demand.
"Agile BI requires more than just agile dashboards. True agility means prototyping data models quickly so business users can continuously iterate on them. Application development and delivery professionals working on BI initiatives should consider adding DWA platforms to their BI toolbox.
This Forrester report discusses how seven data warehouse automation vendors bring Agile options to all phases of BI/analytics application development. Read more to find out how these platforms help facilitate shorter development cycles."
Published By: Quick Base
Published Date: Dec 18, 2017
IT leaders are in a tough spot. Business leaders need help improving processes, but IT needs to focus resources on its own mission-critical innovation projects. Over the past 18 months IT backlogs have risen by 29%, resulting in growing tensions between IT and the business. Across industries, IT leaders are increasingly turning to no-code application development to free themselves from the burden of the backlog.
In this 30-minute webinar, Adam Hoover, Solutions Engineer at Quick Base, Inc. will discuss how a no-code application development platform can enable you to drastically reduce your backlog and keep your team focused on the projects that have the greatest impact. He’ll cover how to identify partnership opportunities between the business and IT – and share three effective models for working together while maintaining high quality across the IT ecosystem.
Maintaining a competitive edge today means building a Digital Enterprise capable of taking full advantage of social, mobile, web, cloud, “things,” (sensors and devices), and analytics technologies. Among the terms used to describe this business transition is “the API Economy,” an economy in which APIs are no longer just an IT concern, but the underpinnings of new revenue streams and new business models that are disrupting entire industries.
Read this paper to learn about:
New, modern applications being built for the enterprise
Application ecosystems and extending the value of your company in the API Economy
Two ways to integrate devices in the Internet of Things
The microservices approach to application development
The role of API management in the digital enterprise
Companies worldwide are undergoing digital transformations. By modernizing their applications, they can deliver better service to customers, and keep pace in a competitive landscape. In many cases, AWS has helped companies modernize by implementing containers—and initiating cultural shifts— to streamline development. In this eBook, we discuss best practices in containerization and how you can get started today with containers on AWS.
Container platforms such as Kubernetes and RedHat OpenShift combine with agile development methodologies to speed up application development and deployment. By allowing developers to break applications up into smaller components (also known as microservices), containers can help reduce dependencies, allow component-level scaling, and encourage rapid release lifecycles.
"Cloud first" mandates accelerate cloud adoption within an enterprise and across enterprises looking at what their peers are doing.
As enterprises work to balance innovation with efficiency—and increasingly adopt cloud-first strategies—agility is key. In this IDC InfoBrief, sponsored by Red Hat, learn 4 key capabilities supporting cloud adoption and agile integration approaches that offer faster, more flexible workflows.
IDC recommends 4 critical technology cornerstones:
- Modular development: Microservices
- Deployment portability: Containers
- Standardization of service interfaces: APIs and API management
- Decentralized connectivity: Hybrid integration
Get the IDC InfoBrief to learn more.
Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse is a lightweight integration platform that reduces the pain of connecting
applications, services, processes, and devices for comprehensive and efficient solutions. JBoss Fuse
includes the popular and versatile Apache Camel project, an implementation of the most commonlyused enterprise integration patterns. With integration patterns and more than 150 connectors
ready to use, JBoss Fuse supports integration across the extended enterprise—including applications and services on-premise, on mobile devices, or in the cloud. JBoss Fuse is complemented by
Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio for easier development of integration solutions and Red Hat JBoss
Operations Networkfor monitoring of deployed solutions.
Reduce complexity and accelerate IT with an enterprise-wide approach to automation
“The Automated Enterprise” e-book shows the important role IT automation plays in business today. Optimize resources and speed development with Red Hat® management solutions, powered by Red Hat Ansible® Automation.
IT automation helps your business better serve your customers, so you can be successful as you:
Optimize resources by automating complex and manual processes
Accelerate service delivery while providing IT operations teams with control and visibility across a dynamic IT environment
Transform your enterprise into an efficient digital business and rise quickly to meet the evolving demands in your marketplace
Get the e-book to learn about the benefits of accelerating your operations, read success stories, and find out how easy it is for you to get started.
Published By: Riskified
Published Date: Aug 06, 2019
As the global eCommerce market grows and fraudster methodology evolves, new fraud management approaches and tools are being introduced at a fast pace. Trying to stay on top of developments in the eCommerce fraud prevention landscape can be overwhelming and time consuming. Riskified is proud to present the eCommerce Fraud Solution Buyer’s Kit, a comprehensive series of resources designed to guide executives, decision makers, and procurement professionals through the process of assessing current fraud management performance and understanding which available approaches and solutions can best meet their needs.
Digitalization has spurred new opportunities for how business gets done. With the emergence of big data and mobility, enterprises see the promise of making employees more productive and keeping customers more engaged. And they recognize that efficient, prompt application development and delivery are instrumental for taking advantage of these new opportunities. In this unforgiving era of digitalization, you need to be first to market if you want to flourish.
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