"Could 2014 be the year of real cloud developer development? We think the forecast is positive," according to ComputerWeekly's Adrian Bridgwater.
RackSpace announced new automation tools in an effort to make cloud-based development and prototyping easier.
Well, it won't surprise anyone to see Healthcare.gov top this list.
Oracle issued a press release Tuesday touting its new sponsorship of the OpenStack Foundation. The company announced a wide swath of existing products that will now integrate OpenStack components and services that will feature compatibility with the open-source cloud platform.
From social platforms to mobile apps, there is no shortage of innovation rapidly coming to market, available via a wide variety of new devices. But, these services need to be highly accessible, reliable and scalable, while supporting increasing complexity.
Tech is known for rapid change. Tony Byrne points out that some things stay the same. Byrne, of the Real Story Group, outlines six lessons for enterprise software buyers based on trends that have persisted for years and that will remain important in 2014 and beyond.
Eight qualified candidates for every 10 job openings. That's the estimate of one high-tech headhunter.
Imagine being able to allocate network resources to any task as the need arises. What a wonderful world it would be… And while advocates say software-defined networking (SDN) is the way there, a small obstacle lies in the road--in the form of today's legacy infrastructure.
The WebRTC technology for in-browser communications offers much promise in the enterprise space--for quick-and-easy videoconferencing, video customer service and other applications. However, it's going to take some more work to put the 'easy' in quick-and-easy.
Last week at its Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, Salesforce.com abandoned its push for the 'social enterprise', mentioning in its place a new catchphrase about the 'Internet of Customers'.