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Industry Spotlight: The holistic approach to securing enterprise applications

You want to secure your business applications, but the attacks come from all sides. Where to start? Your application data, both at rest and in motion, is the hacker’s prime target. That’s why your infrastructure should use authentication, authorization, auditing and data security to keep content secure at runtime. Before grappling with security measures, however, … continue reading

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Industry Spotlight: Future-proof, low-code web apps

When pondering their own digital transformation imperatives, most companies aren’t starting from scratch. Instead, they strive to integrate and modernize legacy resources in a productive way that’s also future-proof. Take FDM4, an ISV that leveraged Progress OpenEdge and Kendo UI by Progress to revamp its longstanding ERP application with more than 3,000 screens over a … continue reading

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The API economy comes with complications

Hybrid data connectivity is increasingly necessary in a cloud-based world where a considerable amount of data stays on legacy systems behind a firewall. But do you trust the cloud? Do your customers trust it? If not, how do you make secure hybrid data connectivity possible? Those are the challenges Progress aims to address with a … continue reading

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The New Visual Studio: Prepping for a future beyond Windows

Microsoft Visual Studio is the most popular integrated development environment in the world, but the target keeps moving for IDEs. As device, language, platform and application diversity expand ever more rapidly, Redmond is working overtime to make its already powerful developer tools irresistible—to both the faithful and the uninitiated. The technologies and experiences that are … continue reading

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Industry Spotlight: Hybrid data connectivity makes sense

As mobile, Internet of Things and Big Data applications loom on the horizon, NoSQL databases have increased in popularity for real-time data analytics, data archiving and batch data analytics. While you can use NoSQL to replace relational databases, Progress’s 2016 Data Connectivity Outlook Survey found that relational databases are still going strong. SD Times spoke … continue reading

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Necessity is the mother of the ‘Rugged DevOps’ movement

No matter how good your perimeter security is, experts agree: Your system has been breached, whether you know it or not. The costs of security flaws—cybersecurity expert Joe Franscella calls them “The Five Horsemen of the Internet Apocalypse: Scam, Extortion, Embarrassment, Theft and Death”—are enormous. So why don’t we consider security a first-class citizen in … continue reading

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Industry Spotlight: Beautiful mobile apps happen when design and development are equals

Is your enterprise prepared to surf the wave of enterprise omnichannel software development that’s now on the horizon? The surge in mobile demand comes thanks to a vast and expanding universe of devices, from tablets to smartphones to wearables and sensors, and the saturation of consumer app markets. Gartner forecasts that over the next two … continue reading

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Why developers are sitting pretty for IoT

If a flurry of startup activity is any indication, the Internet of Things is upon us. And yes, there are real-world big-money IoT projects out there gaining traction—though they may be outnumbered by hobbyist Arduino mods and IFTTT-connected light switches. However, if you haven’t gotten on board yet, you haven’t missed much. Platform manufacturers are … continue reading

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The state of mobile: Exciting times, exploding choices

These days, everyone has a best friend: Their smartphone. “On the Web, personalization is a constant struggle, whereas on mobile it’s pretty accurate,” said Nancy Hua, cofounder and CEO of Apptimize, a mobile A/B testing platform. “You know everything they’ve ever done. You also know their context at that moment: Are they on the go? … continue reading

MongoDB and SQL: Bridging the divide

The Internet disrupts every industry, and business intelligence (BI) is no exception. As modern Web applications voraciously consume data, they blast past the bounds of traditional relational databases. Scaling out mushrooming data sets with replication, caching, tuning, hardware and sharding solutions is one way to go, but more than ever, flexible NoSQL data stores like … continue reading

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The most powerful force in DevOps is changing your company’s culture

Achieving DevOps—a continuous, collaborative product delivery cycle that incorporates software development and IT operations equally—is an elusive goal for many enterprises. Even after agile software development practices have revolutionized teams, the fundamental motivational mismatch between developers and sysadmins often persists. Development is feature-driven. Operations is stability-driven. Netflix, Google or Facebook aside, how do real-world enterprises … continue reading

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20 ways to build up your Azure deployment

Despite playing catch-up to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure has quickly become a contender with its powerful Platform-as-a-Service and Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings. With constant innovations around usability, open source and cross-platform compatibility, infrastructure management and evolving software development paradigms for new devices and applications, it can be hard to get your bearings within the vast platform. … continue reading

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