There's an argument that DevOps doesn't work at an enterprise scale. And it's understandable. Most DevOps initiatives start with small teams--maybe so small you can count all the members on your fingers and have a couple of digits left over.
Check out the Watson in the Wild blog post on the Brewery Master app to analyze tweets from or about any given brewery. There's a nifty flow chart in that post showing how Brewery Master works...
The bad news is that a Xen Security Advisory sent to public cloud providers has prompted an update to various infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), which means rebooting the systems. The good news is that IaaS providers have improved their live update capabilities to reduce the number of complete reboots.
Apple and IBM have revealed three more enterprise apps developed through their partnership, according to reports from Mobile World Congress. MobileFirst for iOS, the joint effort announced in July, has released 14 apps to date and promised to push at least eight more by the end of the month.
We hate to break it to you, but according to IBM, you're not doing DevOps right. Nope, not even you.
IBM is intent on capturing more of the platform-as-a-service (PaaS) market. At IBM InterConnect 2015 in Las Vegas, Big Blue unveiled plans to release the Bluemix software so that enterprises could deploy their own on-premise Bluemix platforms.
The Apple-IBM enterprise mobility alliance is expected to shift the focus of its mobile apps from vertical markets to general business applications, such as supply chain management.
Joyent plans to create an independent foundation to steward Node.js, the popular open source runtime used for server-side applications that has come under fire in the past couple of years for its...
Enterprises are increasingly using remotely wiping of employees' mobile devices to ensure that corporate data is protected.
Apple and IBM are planning to release 12 more enterprise mobile apps targeted at healthcare, energy, utilities and industrial sectors by March, reports The VAR Guy.